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The cheapest way to get from Tumbes to Medellín is to bus via Medellín which costs $110 - $170 and takes 37h 5m.
The quickest way to get from Tumbes to Medellín is to fly which costs $300 - $650 and takes 7h 32m.
No, there is no direct bus from Tumbes to Medellín. However, there are services departing from Tumbes and arriving at Medellín via Cali. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 35h 16m.
The distance between Tumbes and Medellín is 1219 km. The road distance is 1893.3 km.
The best way to get from Tumbes to Medellín without a car is to bus which takes 35h 16m and costs $110 - $160.
It takes approximately 9h 3m to get from Tumbes to Medellín, including transfers.
Tumbes to Medellín bus services, operated by Linea de Los Andes, depart from Tumbes station.
The best way to get from Tumbes to Medellín is to fly which takes 7h 32m and costs $300 - $650. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs $110 - $160 and takes 35h 16m.
There is no direct flight from Guayaquil Airport to Medellin Jose Marie Cordova Airport. The quickest flight takes 3h 57m and has one stopover.
Tumbes to Medellín bus services, operated by Flota Magdalena, arrive at Medellín station.
Sky Airline, Aeropostal and three other airlines fly from Tumbes to Medellín every 2 hours. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Tumbes to Medellín via Cali and Cali in around 35h 16m.
Yes, the driving distance between Tumbes to Medellín is 1893 km. It takes approximately 29h 30m to drive from Tumbes to Medellín.
LATAM Chile, Copa Airlines and Avianca - Aerovías del Continente Americano S.A. offer flights from Guayaquil Airport to Medellin Jose Marie Cordova Airport.
There are 1290+ hotels available in Medellín. Prices start at $100 USD per night.
The best way to get from Tumbes to Tumbes Airport is to taxi which takes 9 min and costs $5 - $7.
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