Getting There in Santiago

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Bus to Mendoza

Bus to Mendoza

Here are a few suggestions to reach Santiago.

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April 26, 2006 change by giorgio

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By Bus

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Another option is to use long distance bus lines. If coming from Buenos Aires, it is possible to use modern buses with "servicio cama" (a comfortable reclining bed) or "semi-cama" (similar to air first class) from the Retiro bus depot in Buenos Aires to Mendoza, a city famous for its wines, next to the Andes mountains. For example ANDESMAR leaves Buenos Aires in the evening every hour starting at 6:30 PM. "Servicio cama" is about 115 Argentine pesos, about US$39.28 and "servicio semi-cama" is AR$95.00, about US$32.45.  The 6:30PM bus from Retiro more..

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By Air

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Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez is Chile's international airport, located 21 kilometers (13 miles) from downtown Santiago. Taxis are plentiful from the airport. Fares range from $15 to $20 to most downtown destinations. Buses, as well as shuttle services are also available. Buses operate 24 hours a day, servicing major points from the airport to the city center and costing a measly $2. For a few more dollars, you can ride a shuttle or a minibus, which can drop you at the doorstep of your requested address. Average travel time from the airport to the city center is an hour and a half.

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