There’s no metro in Cali, but the Masivo Integrado de Occidente (Mio) mass transit system runs through 95% of the city in separate lanes.
It's a nice way to explore the city too and get to know the lay of the land. The stations remain clean and the carriages are air-conditioned.
You can get a Mio card for 3,000COP (US $1) from many stations. Each trip costs 2,000COP (US $0.70). Try to avoid peak times in the morning and evening, as lines can be lengthy.
Taxis provide a reliable and inexpensive means of transport. Use the EasyTaxi app to order from the plethora of drivers.
Note that minimum fare is 4,200COP ($1.40) and increases slightly after 8.00pm and on Sundays.
Take a taxi in groups to ensure safety, especially at especially at night after exploring the city's nightlife..
Taxis from the airport to the bus terminal costs around 50,000COP (US $16). From there, take a bus or another taxi, which should generally cost no more than 6,000COP (US $2) to the city center or 10,000COP (US $3.30) to the south.
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