Getting to Argentina and other information for tourists.
One of the best ways to travel around Argentina is by bus.
The Buenos Aires bus station is on Av. Ramos Mejía 1680, near to
Retiro Station. Long distance buses have toilets, air conditioning and coffee bar.
If time is limited, you can always buy the Visit Argentina Airpass,
issued by Aerolíneas Argentinas and Austral Líneas Aéreas in your own country, which
allows you to travel cheaply in Argentina, or the Mercosur Airpass for an airtour of
Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Aerolineas destinations and frequent flyer program.
Airlines and Airports:
This travel article points you to airlines and three letter airport codes, with links to
National Road 40
The longest road in Argentina runs for 5,000km along the foot of the
Andes; from Cabo Virgenes (on the South Atlantic Coast) up to La Quaica (in northern
Jujuy), rising 5,000 metres above sea level along the way.
Patagonia, the Pampas and South America's largest ski area.
Argentina offers a rich variety of outdoor activities and environments, from the
subtropical rainforests in the north to the subarctic coast of Tierra del Fuego in the
Links to travel related websites around Argentina.
Argentine Secretary of
Get to the heart of Argentina with the official guide from the Secretaría de Turismo.
The main tourist office of Argentina is located in Buenos Aires.
National Tourist Office, Santa Fe 883, Buenos Aires.
Travel guide to Argentina with details of intersting places to vist and how to get there.
Argentine Consulates in Canada
Conulate General of Argentina
2000 Peel, Suite 600, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Consulate General of Argentina
5001 Yonge Street, suite 201 Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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