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Information about Río de Cuarto:
The City of Río Cuarto, or by its official name, Ciudad de la Concepción del Río Cuarto, is an Argentine city located within the Province of Córdoba, which has about 150,000 inhabitants. The city is located in the center of the Province of Córdoba, near the border with the Province of San Luis. It is a city specially chosen for its beauty, by different travelers, mostly from Argentina.
Some towns near Río Cuarto are: Villa Dolores, Carlos Paz, La Falda, the City of Córdoba, Villa María, Bell Ville, Marcos Juárez, Venado Tuerto, Laboulaye, Huinca Renanco, Vicuña Mackenna, Villa Mercedes, La Toma, and La San Luis City, among many other locations.
Although it is not a large city, it has a large number of visitors and travelers. Some of the most important and popular points when traveling to Río Cuarto are: the Cathedral Church of the Immaculate Conception Parish, Sarmiento Park, Julio Argentino Roca Square, the Rail Museum and the Parque Sobremonte Walk, among many other points of interest .
The city has a terminal located in the center of the city, on Arroyo Piedras Buenas and Río Colorado streets. Some of the most requested companies in Río Cuarto are: El Cóndor, El Rápido, Cata Internacional, Andesmar, San Juan Mar Del Plata, and Eclipse, among many other companies.
We give you some tips if you plan to travel to Río Cuarto:
- Although it is not a large city, it has enough nightlife
- A good idea to take a general look at the city is to take the City Tour
- Some points often forgotten in Río Cuarto, but which we recommend are: The Regional Historical Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Sarmiento Park, The Municipal Spa
- Remember to ask the locals, what points of interest do they recommend
- If you have enough days, we recommend you visit some other Cordoba towns near Río Cuarto
It is possible to make the journey with bus companies such as: Chevallier, Expreso del Oeste and Sierras Cordobesas.
Information about Buenos Aires:
In this section you can buy your tickets from Buenos Aires to Río Cuarto, Córdoba.
The City of Buenos Aires, also called CABA (or Autonomous City of Buenos Aires), is, by far, the most visited city in the country, as well as the most populous. It also has the Bus Terminal from where more buses leave and arrive more throughout Argentina, the Retiro Bus Terminal Station, although it has other terminals such as the Liniers Terminal, the Morón Terminal, the Saaverda Bridge and the San Terminal Just to name some of the busiest.
If you plan to travel to Buenos Aires by bus, some points you can not miss are: La Boca, Plaza Francia, Avenida de Mayo, Recoleta, the Metropolitan Cathedral, Basilica of the Blessed Sacrament, football stadiums such as "The Monumental" or "La Bombonera", Puerto Madero, San Telmo, and many other points of interest, is a city with many activities and points of interest to travel.
On this same page you can buy your tickets online, with the option of paying by credit card and in installments.
We provide some information about departures from Buenos Aires to Río Cuarto
Departure times: 2:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Tips on the Retiro Bus Terminal, Buenos Aires:
The Retirement Terminal is located around 300 meters from the Retiro Railway Station. Buses depart from the Terminal with destinations to almost all Argentine provinces and to numerous neighboring countries in Argentina.
The Terminal has about 390 meters and 3 different levels. The first level of the Terminal (ground floor) is where the parcel services, parking (parking) and other services are located. The second level is where the long-distance buses leave, where the departure and arrival platforms are located, also at this level are the commercial premises. The third and last floor is where the ticket offices to buy tickets and the bank are located.
Some more information about the Retirement Terminal: the number of reports from the Terminal is +54 11 4310-0700, the email is email@example.com
We give you some tips if you plan to travel to Buenos Aires:
- You must visit the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city: La Boca, San Telmo, Palermo, Puerto Madero, Belgrano
- Don't forget to visit the Art Museum
- Remember that Buenos Aires is a very large city, and like every large Latin American city, it has somewhat high levels of insecurity. Do not neglect your belongings, or walk through non-tourist areas at night!
- It is ideal to travel during Easter, as there is not so much crowding, but still, there is a gastronomic and tourist offer
- Some other safety recommendations are: do not change money in the street, pay with change in taxis, better take taxis ordered by phone than take them in the street
- Remember that there are buses / microphones 24 hours a day, and the metro / subway stations close at around 10:30 p.m.
- We recommend not taking taxis in the street, better order it by phone, to make sure it is not a fake one
- Remember that the size of the city is really immense, and we recommend walking it, so take good shoes to explore this beautiful city
- We recommend, if possible, visiting the neighborhood of La Boca, and the stadiums of the most popular football teams in Argentina, River Plate and Boca Juniors, if you can witness a "classic" (match between Boca vs River) it would be ideal if you want to witness a classic and emblematic show of the country
- Some emblematic sites of the City that we recommend to visit are: Cafe Tortoni, Botanical Garden, Los Bosques de Palermo, Caminito, Avenida 9 de Julio (where the famous Obelisk is located). There really are many more places, it's always a good idea to ask the locals!