The most regular of the private transport operators. Leaves from the market on Pujol between Gómez and Alvear in Mercedes at noon to 12:30pm Monday to Friday and 9:30am Saturdays; the trip costs AR$300. Returns from…
The bus terminal is eight blocks southeast of the central square. Buses 1, 4, 5 and 9 run downtown. Buses leave every 30 minutes for Santa Fe (AR$26, 40 minutes); you may have to queue as commuter-card holders have …
Runs from Mercedes (AR$300) at 7:30am to 8:30am, stopping outside the bus terminal but also doing hotel pick-ups. Returns from Pellegrini at around 3pm. Price a little variable and only runs when there's sufficient …
Down the side of this monumental train station buildling the local government rents bicycles for exploring town and the costanera. Bring ID and a business card from the hotel you're lodged in.
Buses from the terminal run to Buenos Aires (AR$1100 to AR$1400, eight to 10 hours), Paso de los Libres (AR120, two hours) and Corrientes (AR$278, three to four hours).
From Rosario Norte train station, services to Buenos Aires (AR$210–255, seven hours) leave at 1:23am daily. Trains also run from here to Córdoba and Tucumán.
Rosario's modern long-distance bus terminal is 25 blocks west of the city center. From downtown, any bus along Santa Fe will get you there.
Buses to Resistencia, as well as other services around town, leave frequently from the local bus terminal near the port.
Based in Pellegrini; runs private vehicle transfers to Mercedes and Posadas if the road conditions permit.
To get to the airport, 8km west of town, take a remise (taxi), which costs AR$300.