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Rosario

Getting there & away

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Land

Bus

The long-distance bus terminal (437-3030; www.terminalrosario.com.ar, in Spanish; Cafferata & Santa Fe) is 25 blocks west of the center. From downtown, any bus along Santa Fe will do the trick.

Rosario is a major transport hub and there are direct daily services to nearly all major destinations, including international services to Paraguay, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay.

Manuel Tienda de León (0810-888-5366; www.tiendaleon.com.ar; Santa Fe 842) offers a direct service to and from Buenos Aires’ international airport for AR$90. It does hotel pickups.

Some sample destinations:

Destination - Cost (AR$) - Duration (hr)

Buenos Aires - 40 - 4

Córdoba - 55 - 7

Corrientes - 96 - 12

Mar del Plata - 62 - 7½

Mendoza - 115 - 11

Paraná - 20 - 2

Posadas - 103 - 16

Resistencia - 93 - 10

Salta - 144 - 16

Santa Fe - 20 - 2

Santiago del Estero - 89 - 10

Tucumán - 110 - 12

Train

From Rosario Norte train station (430-7272; Av del Valle 2700), unreliable services to Buenos Aires (AR$33, six hours) leave at 5:15am Monday to Friday, returning at 6:05pm. It’s really for train buffs only. More interesting is the twice-weekly trip to Tucumán. Take bus 138 from San Juan and Mitre to the station.

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Air

Aerolíneas Argentinas (420-8138; Córdoba 852) flies four times weekly to Buenos Aires (AR$255). Sol (0810-444-4765; www.sol.com.ar) flies daily to Buenos Aires (AR$177) and Córdoba (AR$261). LAN (440-0060; San Lorenzo 1116) flies to Santiago (AR$1244) in Chile.

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