ColombiaTrains - Tickets - Tours
A Travel Guide For Train Travel In Colombia.
Here you will find information for Colombia about trains, routes, tours, connections, where to buy train tickets, and more.
Population: 50.66 million
Currency: Colombian Peso
Country Code: +57
Time Zone: Colombia Standard Time
The trains in Colombia are operated by Turistren, a tourist train operator.
Buy your heritage train ticket at TURISTREN.
Buy your train tickets online at OMIO and compare trains, buses & flights.
There are no rail passes available for Columbia.
Frequently Travelled Routes In Colombia
|From > To
|Bogotá to Zipaquirá||2:35||Direct||Tourist Train|
|Bogotá to Cali||10:28||Direct||Bus|
|Bogotá to Medellín
|Medellín to Cartagena||11:39||Direct||Bus|
|Cartagena to Barranquilla||3:11||1||Bus|
Colombia travel routes
Main Train Stations
- Bogotá Sabana Station
- Usaquen Station
- Cajica Station
- Zipaquirá Station
Train Tours in Colombia
Good to know
Best Time To Travel To Colombia
We recommend traveling anytime to Colombia as it’s a year-round destination. Pack appropriately as depending on where you are in the country it could be rainy, sunny, or quite chilly. Year-round you’ll be able to have a wonderful beach holiday, see amazing wildlife in the Amazon, discover where your favorite coffee comes from in the Coffee Triangle, or go explore one of the many national parks.
If a certain month is on your agenda maybe you might be able to line up the trip with a specific festival, notable festivals include the Medellin Flower Festival, Semana Santa, Barranquilla Carnival, and the World Salsa Festival. Whenever you visit, you’ll be sure to have enough to see and do!
- High Season: December – March
- Low Season: September – November
- Andes Rainy Season: May – July, October – December
- Coastal Rainy Season: September – October
Accommodation In Colombia
Guidebooks For Colombia
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