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I’m not on the train, I’m on the plane. Or am I going by train?

Everything you have to know to travel from Córdoba to Buenos Aires with a much more economical and fun option:
Córdoba
27 October, 2019

The CordobaBuenos Aires connection has more and more interested. Therefore, the means of transport are diversified and offer us different options. The train is one of them. The route it runs through amazing landscapes. Argentine trains offer us a new adventure that takes us from Córdoba Capital to Retiro, with different stops. It is a comfortable environment, with safe facilities and punctualdeparture. The journey lasts almost 20 hours, which become lighter if you share with friends or family. Even passengers end up making friendships, as we have time to chat and exchange mates along the way. In addition, you can travel with your mobile phone, notebook or books to make the trip more entertaining. The train has a buffet, and even offers a meal service. Bathrooms are always in optimal condition. They have air conditioning, power sockets and some seats with tables.

The tour

Argentine trains offer two departures from the Cordoba-Buenos Aires route, in both directions. The Cordoba-Retiro train departs on Thursdays and Sundays at 14.30, from Mitre station. Arrives in Retiro at 9.30 the next day. The reverse route (Retiro Cordoba) departs on Mondays and Fridays at 21, arriving at the destination at 16. The stops are Villa María, Bell Ville, Marcos Juárez, Cañada de Gómez, Rosario Norte, Rosario Sur, San Pedro, Baradero, Zárate and Campana. If you want to go to any of these places, we’ll tell you a little more…

Rates and options

Prices vary. First class, cabin or pullman are the options. Their rates are $500, $600 or $1750 respectively. To purchase tickets, you can enter by clicking here. If you purchase online with debit or credit, you get the ticket with a 10% discount. But, if you’re not comfortable shopping online, you can go personally to any station to buy your ticket. The best thing to do is to take the ticket at least two days in advance. If you are going to travel a long weekend or sightseeing, you may need to arrange it a little early so you don’t run out of tickets. For more information on other routes, you can also access the Argentinian Trainspage.

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