Via Bariloche, long distance busses

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Via Bariloche, long distance busses Buenos Aires Reviews

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Night bus from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazú Dec 30, 2008
Travelling from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazú we took a long distance bus.

“Via Bariloche” is the name of the company, and it turned out to be a very comfortable trip (more information: www.viabariloche.com.ar).

We arrived a couple of hours in advance at a very busy bus station in Buenos Aires. First had to pick up the tickets (reservations in advance), then had a meal. You can also do some shopping at the bus station.

The trip took 17 (yes, seventeen!) hours, but the bus was really comfortable (we had the ‘full lie down option’, upstairs in the bus). They served a snack, later a dinner with wine and a nightcap: champagne or whiskey!!!

Toilet on board (cheapest seats are next to the toilet).

The bus made a few stops to pick up or drop people, but you’ve to stay inside the vehicle the whole time. I was very much surprised how fast the time moved.
Via Bariloche, the buscompany
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Andy99 says:
A sleeper bus and meals served, very impressive!
Posted on: Jul 31, 2010
vances says:
This really sounds like the way to go!

:^)
Posted on: Jul 31, 2010
Africancrab says:
I have had Bariloche is a great place to visit. It is on my list of place to visit when I go to Argentina.I have heard much about the bus option of travel in Argentina especially because of the great distances between cities.
Posted on: Jul 31, 2010
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