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Expreso Bolivariano is a Colombian bus company that has an extensive network of national and international bus routes. Bolivariano operates more than 8,000 buses with nine different classes, ranging from economy to luxury. Their buses offer a wide range of services such as reclining seats, extra legroom, on board toilet, A/C, individual screens, and power outlets.
Traveling with Bolivariano also means traveling with a peace of mind. All of Bolivariano's tickets are exchangeable up to 24 hours before your original departure time. Bolivariano offers you the flexibility of changing plans last minute.
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Bolivariano connects 38 cities across Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Peru. Bolivariano takes you to Colombia's finest and most popular destinations such as Cali, Valle del Cauca and Colombia's coffee routes.
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Wifi + Entertainment
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Servicio 2G Gold
Servicio Duo Bus
Bolivariano User Reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars
User reviews from travelers who booked their tickets with Bolivariano
Ratings and Reviews (30)
arrived very late than estimated, that bathroom smelled very bad and the uncomfortable chairs damaged
1- the driver should be more gentle whilst driving(full throttle and brake hard). it would been much nicer ride. 2- if he would switch of the ventilation whilst driving behind a diesel truck, the exhaust would not be so dominant present in the bus and not making many people having headache me inclusive. 3- the suggestion is that the busses in the stations don't let the engine run whilst standing still it would be much more supportive for the environment. we contribute with our CO2-rate to save the environment but paradoxically all the buses are running their engine during waiting time, what is the use of a policy like that?
This particular bus did not have a partition between the driver and the passengers. The driver played loud music during the 24 hours. This woud not have mattered if there had been a partition to block the noise. I asked him to turn the music down and he turned it off for a short while, while we left the bus but it came back on. I could not sleep because of this and that is why I marked only 3 stars.
the bus driver listened music de whole night very loud and refused to turn it down despite of the customers who were already asking to have a quiet night. He was also really impolite when we asked him nicely.
Hi, l really enjoy bus trips for sight seeing and going from Bogota to Medellin is a great experience, the buses are comfortable, prices fair and there is usually some sort of entertainment which helps break up the long hours. I have boarded quite a few of Bolivariano buses and l have to say it is the most stressful part of my trips being at the bus terminal, l make sure to get their way ahead of time as there is absolutely no direction or communication from staff, l only get a (dismissive) wave of hands in a general direction with no follow up, my last ticket said gate 25 but there were only 24(??) numbers to be seen and no staff anywhere to assist with this, l was feeling a bit sick with concern that l may not work out where my bus would be in time as l had a flight to catch at my destination, l dont mind and allow for buses arrving late to their desitintion when its such a long trip but would dearly love some clarified direction and present and informative staff at a huge bus terminal (l have a few times seen local people looking confused and even approaching me for assistance), but l endure as l really enjoy bus trips when travelling
Unfortunately we didn’t have a great experience from Bogota to Medellín. The bus was comfortable at least and played movies.
We had a 6:40am bus scheduled to arrive in Medellin at 4:40pm. We left at 7:00, and we were not even in Manizales by 4:40pm. Which Ian nearly 4 hours away from Medellín. Unsure why this was because at that point there hadn’t been no stand still traffic. It was past Manizales that we hit stand still traffic 3 different times. Traffic is understandable, there is not controlling that, but the fact that we were so far behind prior was frustrating. We at least had enough water. There were no updates or explanations. We arrived in Medellín at 10:40pm.
Seats were extremely uncomfy. Air conditioning was dripping on my head, bus driver constantly beeping the horn all though the night and constantly stopping. Bathroom was disgusting, whole back of the bus smelt like urine. Worst overnight bus trip i have ever had!
The bus drove too fast in a massive rainstorm with incredibly wet roads, there were numerous times when myself and two other passengers we drove with felt unsafe.
He was cornering like a race car.
We arrived an hour and a half early, I’d have rather they drove safely and we arrived on time.
El conductor del bus,primer turno, contesto el teléfono celular y sostuvo una conversación de aproximadamente 12min mientras conducía. Como esto es altamente peligroso, le recordé que había estado distraído por 12 minutos con el teléfono mientras conducía. El señor conductor le dijo algo a la otra persona que lo habían escuchado y que colgaria. No tengo que mencionar lo altamente peligroso de esta clase de comportamiento irresponsable y poco profesional, estás son las razones por las cuales dejo una estrella solamente.
A 10 hour bus with no charging ports is a joke. I also misplaced my luggage tag so the guy said I had to pay him, which I knew couldn’t be true, so I gave him what was in my pocket and he told me to get off the bus.
Yes, you can exchange your ticket up to 24 hours before your scheduled departure directly at the Bolivariano's ticket office.
Is there WiFi on Bolivariano buses?
WiFi depends on the bus class that you choose. Most of Bolivariano's classes have WiFi, but some of the most budget-friendly ones might not offer any.
Can I travel with pets on Bolivariano?
You can travel with a small pet that can fit in a rigid crate that is not more than 35cm in height. You must bring your pet's vaccination card. All pets travel in the hold of the bus. Your pet travels in the cellar.
How much luggage can I take with me on Bolivariano?
You can take any luggage that does not exceed 15kg (33lbs).
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