The public transport in Buenos Aires is very good, although crowded during rush hour and the bus network can be confusingly complex.
The metro (or underground railway) here is called the “Subte”, which is short for Subterraneo (underground). The network itself is not very large, but reaches most tourist attractions of the city, and there is a large range of bus routes and several suburban railways used by commuters. Trains, subte and bus are most easily paid for with a SUBE.
BUS >> There are more than 150 lines covering the whole city. They work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, but run less frequently on holidays and late at night. For each route the bus is painted differently making them easy to distinguish. The best way to figure out the bus system is using the >> BA Como Llego app.
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To find out which companies are available for a specific destination you can consult online information system >> omnilineas.com. Bus travel times to Buenos Aires: Mendoza: 12–14 hr / Córdoba: 9 hr / Bariloche: 22 hr / Iguazú: 20 hr / Rosario: 4 hr / Santiago de Chile: 20 hr.
Long-distance trains are slowly returning to Argentina, but they are yet few in numbers and limited compared to the by inter-city bus network. A full timetable and tickets are available at the national operator >> Trenes Argentinos. (+ Satelite Ferroviario).
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