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El Rapido Argentino

El Rápido Argentino is an associate company of the Grupo Plaza. GRUPO PLAZA is one of the most important public passenger transport companies in Argentina.

El Rapido Argentino has a VOLVO double decker long distance bus fleet. The units are equipped with EPS safety system, ESB brakes and eco-friendly engines. Seats "cama" and "suite" class are available; toilette, catering service and entertainments on-board, for the comfort of the passengers and the protection of the environment.


Services / Classes

  • 1st class suite
    180 seat
    • Leather / cloth seats
    • A reclining angle of 180º
    • Air-conditioning
    • Music player
    • Plasma screens / DVD player
    • Mini bar
    • Hot dinner
    • On-board crew
  • Executive Cama
    150 seat
    • Leather / cloth seats
    • A reclining angle of 150º
    • Feet support
    • Breakfast
    • Blankets and pillows provided
    • Air-conditioning and heating
    • MP3 and DVD players
    • Extra wide bus seat
    • Type of service:
    • Ej: with on board meal
    • Ex: without on board meal
  • Semi-cama
    120º seat
    • Leather / cloth seats
    • A reclining angle of 120º
    • Feet support
    • Air-conditioning and heating
    • Music and video players
    • Type of service:
    • Sj: with on-board meal service
    • Sc: without on board meal

Destinations and routes covered by El Rapido Argentino:

recorridos y salidas de la empresa

Among the most popular destinations and routes of the company are: To the Argentinian Atlantic Coast: 1-Mar del Plata Bridge, Route 2, localities for which it provides service: Liniers, Retiro, Santa Clara del Mar, Havanna MDQ , Mar del Plata, Pta. Mogotes, Chapadmalal and Miramar. 2 - Costa Chica, localities for which it provides service: Liniers, Retiro and Gran Buenos Aires*. (1), San Clemente, Las Toninas, Santa Teresita, Mar del Tuyu, La Lucila, Aguas Verdes, San Bernardo and Mar de Ajo. (1) Gran Buenos Aires: Chascomus, Lezama, Castelli, Dolores, Gral Lavalle, Lanus, Lomas de Zamora, Adrogue, Avellaneda, Sarandi, Solano, Bernal, Florencio Varela, San Miguel, Moron, Haedo and Ramos Mejias.