Buses from Mendoza to Buenos Aires, Retiro
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Conexiones desde Buenos AiresBuenos Aires - Córdoba
Buenos Aires - Lima, Perú
Buenos Aires - Mendoza
Buenos Aires - Necochea
Buenos Aires - Rosario
Buenos Aires - Tandil
Buenos Aires - Villa Gesell
Otros destinos desde MendozaMendoza > Bariloche
Mendoza > Buenos Aires
Mendoza > Córdoba
Mendoza > Neuquén
Mendoza > San Rafael
Mendoza > Santiago de Chile
Mendoza > Viña del Mar, Chile
Buses → Mendoza - Buenos Aires, Retiro:
Information about Mendoza:
Mendoza is a province of Argentina, located in western Argentina. It's the fifth most populated province in the country (with 1.7 million inhabitants) and the seventh when it comes to size. The capital of the province is the city of Mendoza, and it's located to the east of the Andes, and very close to the capital of the neighboring country, Santiago de Chile.
It is very popular for young people of Mendoza to vacation on Chilean beaches, and for young Chileans to visit the capital of Mendoza. Mendoza is one of the most visited Argentinian cities in the country. The province is also characterized by its wine production and all related products to this industry. It is the city with the most visitors and the largest number of inhabitants in the Cuyo Region of Argentina.
Some of the most visited and popular touristic points of Mendoza are: Parque San Martín, Plaza Independencia and Cerro de la Gloria. It is also very common to do different tours and wine tastings at different wineries, wine cellars, in the vicinity of the city, they are usually located in Luján de Cuyo. Some of the most famous wineries in Mendoza are: Bodega Tierras Altas, Pulenta Estate Winery, Bodega Ruca Malen and Bodega Carmelo Patti among many others.
When traveling and visiting the city of Mendoza, it's very common to also visit some other nearby locations such as: San Rafael, Tunuyán, Malargüe, Santiago de Chile (Chile), Valparaíso (Chile), San Juan and San Luis, we note that they are usually locations in the Cuyo region and in Chile, due to the proximity.
Here you can find information about the Mendoza Bus Terminal.
Information about Buenos Aires, Retiro:
The Province of Buenos Aires is one of the twenty-three provinces of Argentina, and it is located in the central-western region of the country. The City of Buenos Aires is the capital of the country, and at the same time the capital city of the Province of Buenos Aires, is the city of La Plata. It should be noted that the City of Buenos Aires, is the city that receives the largest number of visitors in the country, by a major difference, and also the most populated. There's more than 15 million inhabitants, this, in terms of percentages, represents 40% of the country's population.
Most of the population and tourism are concentrated in the urban core of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, also known as CABA or Bs. As. Another interesting fact about Buenos Aires, is that it's the third most populated city of Latin America, with more than 15 million inhabitants, only behind Mexico City and São Paulo (Brazil).
Some of the most popular and most visited points and touristic attractions of the City of Buenos Aires are: Catedral Metropolitana, Basílica del Santísimo Sacramento, Teatro Colón, Bosques de Palermo, MALBA, neighbourhoods such as Palermo and Recoleta, the Avenida (avenue) 9 de Julio (where the iconic Obelisco is located) and the Parque 3 de Febrero, among others local landmarks.
The Retiro Bus Terminal, during high season, is estimated to receive around 2,000 buses daily, both from destinations within the country, and from international destinations.