- Name: Florenciano
- Extension: 2,292 km2
- Urban extension: 14.56 km2
- Rural extension: 2,277 km2
- Altitude: 242 m
- Inhabitants: 152.000
- Annual precipitation: 3,500 mm
- Average temperature: 24.8 ° C
- Relative humidity: 95%
- Months of rain: March - October
- Dry months: November - February
- Year of Foundation: December 25, 1902
- Date elected municipality: June 17, 1912
- Distance to the capital of the Republic Bogota: 563 Km
It is a young city located in the foothills of the Cordillera Oriental. It limits by the North with the Department of Huila and El Paujil municipality, on the East by the municipalities of El Paujil and La Montañita, to the South with the municipalities of Milan and Morelia, and by the West with the municipality of Belen de los Andaquies and the Huila Department.
This capital city is surrounded by the rivers axe, Carano, Orteguaza, San Pedro, Bodoquero and some creeks such as the sardine and the Partridge; important Center for the history of the city.
In this city can be made visits to parks, churches, recreational parks, cultural centres and craft; visit monuments and natural and artificial spas. In accordance with its natural attractions, it is important to identify that their vocation is eco-tourism, understanding this as the conservation and proper care of their natural resources and of the cultures of the environment.
The economy of Florence is not based on large industrial developments, but on the promotion of small businesses of a commercial nature and of services, other activities that are part of the screed of the economy are agriculture with cultivation of rice, sugarcane, corn and bananas and livestock vaccine intended for the production of meat and milk; In recent years the city has achieved economic development bolstered by the trade sector, thanks to the dynamics generated by the lines of communication.
- North: Department of Huila
- South: Municipalities of Puerto Milan and Morelia
- East: La Montanita municipality
- West: Municipalities of Belen de los Andaquies and Department of Huila.
Routes of communication
the city is connected to the interior of the country through the following connections to the national road network:
National road 20: enters the Eastern Cordillera in direction North-West to intercept with the National Highway 45. In this way it can be to Neiva and from there to the most important cities of Colombia.
Carretera Marginal de la Selva or national road 65: in the stretch Troncal de la Selva, which communicates to the North with the municipalities of La Montanita and El Paujil, El Doncello, Puerto Rico and San Vicente de el Caguán, and to the South with Morelia, Belen de los Andaquies, San José de el Fragua, Mocoa, Puerto Asis, Orito, San Miguel and the international bridge of San Miguel on the border with Ecuador.
Florence has a terminal for land transport, where around 20 local and national companies provide the service of public transport of passengers and cargo to destinations in all of the Caquetá, in addition to cities like Neiva, Bogota, Ibague, Cali, Medellin, Bucaramanga, Armenia, Pereira, Manizales, Popayán, Mocoa, among others.
This is done through the Gustavo Artunduaga Paredes airport, located in the Capitol Hill village 3 kilometres south of the city. The operating airline Aires and Satena (in codeshare with Avianca), which offer regular commercial flights to Bogotá and Neiva.
the main river port of the town of Florence is known as port Arango, on the shores of the Orteguaza River. Regular lines of cargo and passengers to populations located on this river and on the Caquetá river depart from there. The most frequent destinations are Puerto Milan, San Antonio de Getuchá, Solano, Hericha and La Tagua (Putumayo).