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Information about Liniers:
Liniers is a neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires, it's located to the west of the city, bordering the neighborhoods of Ciudadela and Mataderos. The neighborhood has an estimated population of more than 40,000 inhabitants. One of the interesting facts about this neighborhood, is that it has its own bus terminal, the Liniers Terminal, located on General Paz Avenue, just bordering the Province of Buenos Aires, although it is small compared to the Retiro Terminal (the largest in Argentina), it is possible to buy tickets from more than 50 different bus companies.
Another interesting fact about Liniers, is that Liniers is where the stadium (Amalfitani) of the popular Argentine soccer team, Vélez Sarsfield, is located. Some other interesting tourist places in the neighborhood are: Avenida Rivadavia, Liniers Shopping Center, Plaza Coronel Martín Irigoyen and Plaza Sargento Cabral.
Here you can find information about the Liniers Bus Terminal.
Information about Santiago del Estero:
Santiago del Estero is a city located in the Province of Santiago del Estero, the city has 250,000 inhabitants, approximately. The city is located in the central-west Santiago del Estero Province, and the province, at the same time, is located in northern Argentina.
As a curious note of the city, Santiago del Estero is also known as the oldest city in the country. Santiago del Estero is close to other locations such as: Termas de Río Hondo, San Miguel de Tucumán, Concepción, Añatuya, Quimili, Frías, San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, and Cafayate, among many others localities.
Although the city does not receive a lot of visitors and tourists, the number of people who travel to Santiago del Estero has been increasing in recent years. Some of the most visited and popular points of the city are: Plaza Libertad, Iglesia de la Merced, Casa de Gobierno, Iglesia Catedral Basílica, El Foro (also known as Forum), and Complejo Juan Felipe Ibarra.
Some other local landmarks of Santiago del Estero are: Homo Artesanus, Termas de Río Hondo, the popular Copo National Park, and also the popular Costanera del Río Dulce.
There is a very big bus terminal (known as Presidente Néstor Kirchner), located in the northern part of the city, specifically in Chaco and Peru streets. From the bus terminal of Santiago del Estero it is possible to travel to both destinations within Argentina and neighboring countries (international destinations), some of the most popular bus companies are: Urquiza, Vosa, Andesmar and Crucero del Norte, among many other ones.