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Bus trip Bahía Blanca ↔ Tucumán: Travel summary and data

Salidas diarias
Aprox. 2
horas de salida
19:30 - 19:30
Precio y valor del pasaje
Aprox. $
Duración del viaje
Aprox. 23:25

Travel route map Bahía Blanca - Tucumán

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Pasajes baratos a Tucumán en bus precio y horario desde Bahía Blanca.

Information about Bahía Blanca:

In this section you will find different information of interest about the departure from Bahía Blanca by micro, such as: price of tickets, duration of the trip, route map (route), availability, selection of travel category, price comparison between companies, schedule departure and arrival routes, most popular routes to and from Bahía Blanca.

Bahía Blanca is an Argentine city located in the south of the Province of Buenos Aires, in the Pampas region of the country, but very close to the Patagonian region at the same time. Some of the most requested routes to and from Bahía Blanca are: Bahía Blanca - Buenos Aires, Bahía Blanca - Mar del Plata, Bahía Blanca - Mendoza, Retiro - Bahía Blanca, Bahía Blanca - Comodoro Rivadavia, Bahía Blanca - La Plata, Liniers - Bahía Blanca, Caleta Olivia - Bahía Blanca, among other routes.

Bahía Blanca is a town that stands out in the economic fields (export of certain products, and also for its port) and also stands out for having produced a large number of prodigious athletes in the country. Although it does not stand out especially in the field of tourism, Bahía Blanca has a good offer of activities and different points of interest throughout the city, such as: The Municipal Theater of Bahia Blanca, The Cathedral of Our Lady of La Merced and La Bernardino Rivadavia Popular Library.

Information about Tucumán:

The City of San Miguel de Tucumán is the capital of the Province of Tucumán, it is also known by the name of "The Garden of the Republic". Although as a province it may seem small, the city is the 5th most populated in the country, with more than 600,000 inhabitants, behind the City of La Plata, which is in 4th place.

The province is in the northeast of the country, and the city, in turn, in the center of the province. Despite being a relatively small province in terms of size, the city has several tourist attractions, some of the most visited are: the Sierra de San Javier Park, the Government House of Tucumán, the 9 de Julio Park, the Tucumán Historical House and the Basilica of Our Lady of Mercy, among other points of interest.

A curiosity of Tucumán is that it is called the Garden of the Republic due to the abundant vegetation it presents, due to the high humidity and rainfall in the province.

We offer you some tips if you plan to travel to Tucumán:

- It is known by the name of "The Garden of the Republic" due to the incredible natural attractions it has

- It is also possible to arrive by train from Buenos Aires

- It has a large bus terminal, with a shopping center

- If you plan to visit other cities or towns in the province, we recommend renting a car / car

- If you plan to visit Tucumán for a few days, a recommendation is to make excursions from Las Ruinas de Quilmes, often little known

- Some other excursions not well known, but highly recommended are Viñedos, Valles Calchaquies and El, popular, Cerro San Javier

- The Paseo de La Independencia is also a very interesting route

- High season is considered Easter, since it is when Tucumán receives the most tourists

It is possible to travel with the long distance bus companies: Andesmar, El Práctico, Tramat and Vía TAC, among other companies.

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