Argentina – Transport.

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Buses are the most common form of public transport in Argentina, and they cover both short and long distances. There are different types of buses, including urban buses for city travel and long-distance buses for intercity and cross-country travel. In cities, you can use local buses to get around, and they usually have fixed routes and designated bus stops. Long-distance buses are known as “colectivos” or “micros” and offer comfortable and reliable transportation between cities.

The suburban train system, known as “trenes metropolitanos,” connects the city center with the surrounding suburbs. There are also long-distance train services that connect major cities, such as Buenos Aires, Rosario, Cordoba, and Mendoza. Train travel can be an efficient option for longer journeys.

Ruta0.com is a popular website for planning road trips in Argentina. It offers interactive maps, driving distances, and estimated travel times between cities and destinations.

 

Buses.

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Empresa Argentina (Destinations & routes) is one of the largest and most well-known bus companies in the country.

Andesmar (Destinations & routes) is another major bus company in Argentina, offering both domestic and international services.

Flecha Bus (Destinations & routes) is a well-established bus carrier with an extensive network covering different regions of Argentina.

Via Bariloche (Destinations & routes) specializes in long-distance bus travel and is known for its luxury services. They provide comfortable buses with amenities like reclining seats, onboard entertainment, and meals on longer journeys.

El Rapido Internacional (Destinations & routes) offers services not only within Argentina but also to neighboring countries such as Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay.

Plusmar (Destinations & routes) is a well-regarded bus company that covers a significant portion of the country, including routes from Buenos Aires to destinations such as Mar del Plata, Cordoba, and Rosario.

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Trains.

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The Buenos Aires metropolitan area has an extensive suburban train system known as the “trenes metropolitanos.” These trains connect the city center with the surrounding suburbs, offering an efficient mode of transport for daily commuters. There are multiple lines operated by different companies: Mitre Line, Sarmiento Line, Roca Line, San Martín, and Belgrano Norte.

The two primary long-distance train services are:

Trenes Argentinos operates long-distance trains that connect Buenos Aires with various destinations. For example: Rosario, Córdoba, Tucumán, Bahía Blanca, Mar del Plata, and other cities.

Patagonian Train operates in the southern region of Argentina, offering picturesque journeys through Patagonia. It connects destinations like Viedma, San Carlos de Bariloche, and Esquel.

Train tickets in Argentina can be purchased online through the official websites of the respective train operators. You can also buy tickets at train stations or authorized ticket offices.

Airports.

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Aerolíneas Argentinas is the national flag carrier and operates numerous domestic flights connecting major cities and regions across the country.

LATAM Argentina also offers domestic flights to various destinations within Argentina.

The main domestic airport is Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (AEP) in Buenos Aires, which handles numerous domestic flights. Other major domestic airports include Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport (IGR) near Iguazu Falls, Taravella International Airport (COR) in Cordoba, and Governor Francisco Gabrielli (MDZ) in Mendoza, among others.

aa2000.com.ar – information about all airports in Argentina.

Waterways.

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One of the most common ferry routes is between Buenos Aires, Argentina, and various ports in Uruguay, such as Colonia del Sacramento, Montevideo, and Punta del Este. Companies like Buquebus and Colonia Express operate regular ferry services across the Río de la Plata, providing a convenient and scenic way to travel between the two countries.

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Car.

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Getting around Argentina by car is a popular option for travelers who prefer the flexibility and independence of self-driving. Renting a car or using your own vehicle allows you to explore the country at your own pace and reach destinations that might be less accessible by public transport.

Major international car rental companies like Hertz, Avis, and Budget have offices in major cities and airports. It’s recommended to book your rental car in advance, especially during peak travel seasons, to secure the best rates and availability.

Ruta0.com is a popular website for planning road trips in Argentina. It offers interactive maps, driving distances, and estimated travel times between cities and destinations.