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Bus trip Córdoba ↔ Comodoro Rivadavia: Travel summary and data

Salidas diarias
DAILY BUSES:
Aprox. 3
horas de salida
DEPARTURE TIME:
13:30 - 13:30
Precio y valor del pasaje
TICKET PRICE:
Aprox. $7260.00
Duración del viaje
TRAVEL TIME:
Aprox. 28:20

Travel route map Córdoba - Comodoro Rivadavia

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Buses → Córdoba - Comodoro Rivadavia:

Pasajes baratos a Comodoro Rivadavia en bus precio y horario desde Córdoba.

Information about Córdoba:

In this section you can find tickets to Comodoro Rivadavia, from Córdoba.

The City of Córdoba is an Argentine city, capital of the Province of Córdoba, it is also known as CBA. The city is located in the center of the province and has a population of around 1.5 million inhabitants, becoming the most populous city in Argentina, just behind the City of Buenos Aires.

The City of Córdoba is close to other towns such as: Vill Carlos Paz, Río Cuarto, Villa María, San Luis, Rosario and Santa Fe. Some of the most visited points when traveling to Córdoba are: the Jesuit Stays, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption of Cordoba, Las Tejas Park, Paseo del Buen Pastor, Sarmiento Park, and Los Capuchinos Church, among many other points of interest.

When traveling to Córdoba, many travelers usually travel to towns such as: Villa Carlos Paz, La Falda, Capilla de Monte, San Marcos Sierras and Villa General Belgrano.

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Some of the micro companies that meet this route are: Tramat and Vía Tac.

Tips on the Córdoba Bus Terminal:

The Córdoba Bus Terminal Station (called Nueva Terminal) has a fairly modern infrastructure, and is connected through a tunnel, with the old Córdoba Terminal, which is still in use, in fact if there are inconveniences in the New Terminal may send you to take your bus in the Old Terminal (also called TOC). Both terminals are located in the center of the city, just a few streets away from Plaza San Martín.

The terminal has basic services such as: shops, different stores, parking, ticket offices to buy tickets, lockers (warehouses) to store luggage, report office, parcel service, bathrooms and showers, ATMs and Wi-Fi. Leaving the terminal it is possible to take taxis.

We give you some tips in case you plan to travel to Mendoza:

- The area with the most "nightlife" is usually considered Güemes, Nueva Córdoba and the Barrio General Paz

- If you have enough time, we also recommend visiting Villa Carlos Paz and Villa General Belgrano

- You can not miss the Cathedral of the City and the Old Town Hall

- The Jesuit Apple is also a must, as is the University of Córdoba

- Remember that there are free museums on Wednesdays!

- If you have enough time, La Cumbrecita and Alta Gracia are also highly recommended

The telephone number of the terminal is: +54 351 421-2472, and its address is Bv. Juan Domingo Perón 12.

Information about Comodoro Rivadavia:

Comodoro Rivadavia (also known by the simple name of Comodoro), is an Argentine city located within the province of Chubut, and is the most populous city in the province (with more than 170,000 inhabitants).

Comodoro Rivadavia is close to other locations such as: El Sombrero, Los Altares, Las Plumas, Trelew, Rawson, Bustamante Bay, Caleta Olivia, Cañadón Seco, Pico Truncado, Las Heras and Sarmiento, among many other locations in the Argentine Patagonia.

Although it is not mainly characterized by tourism, for some years now the City has invested in the development of this area, and over the years, tourism and the number of visitors has been increasing. Some of the most visited points when traveling to Comodoro Rivadavia are: the National Petroleum Museum, the San Jorge Lighthouse, the Comodoro Rivadavia Cultural Center, the San Juan Bosco Cathedral, and the Ferroportuario Museum, among many other points of interest. It is also normal to carry out activities such as sighting of different marine species.

It has a bus terminal (also called Lieutenant General Angel), located in the center of the city, on 25 de Mayo streets and the Gil Álvarez passage. Some of the most requested and popular companies are: Andesmar, Cóndor Estrella, Tramat, Vía Bariloche, ETAP and El Pingüino, among many other companies.

We give you some recommendations if you plan to travel to Comodoro Rivadavia:

- Don't forget to visit The Petrified Forest!

- We recommend taking a tour of Caleta Córdova, a small and beautiful fishing district, you can also find some places to eat there. Also, during the weekends, it is where the fishermen's fair takes place

- The popular viewpoint of Cerro Chenque is also highly recommended

- The city's waterfront offers a certain gastronomic offer and is very nice for a walk

Here you can find information about the Comodoro Rivadavia Terminal.

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