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How to get to Santa Fe?

We explain how the four entrances are to reach the provincial capital by land. In addition, we give you details of the air option.

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To get to the city of Santa Fe, capital of the homonymous province, through passenger  transport  systems, the options are very simple and only two: by air, to Sauce Viejo airport. By land, to the bus terminal, which is in the heart of the city.

On the other hand, if you have the possibility to access with a particular vehicle, you should note that the city has five major entrances, two from the north and one for each remaining cardinal point.

 By plane  

To get to Santa Fe by plane, you must take a plane at the Aeroparque Metropolitano (Buenos Aires) and then board a flight to  Sauce Viejo Airport . It is located just 17 kilometers southwest of the city center. Within the complex there are terrestrial options for carrying out that displacement.

From the air terminal, the departure options, if you did not agree with your operator on the transfer, you can take a bus, the C line with its bright yellow color, take a special tour from Sauce Viejo Airport, to Sao Tome and the city of Santa Fe.

The other more expensive option is a Remis, it is advisable to make reservations in advance, either by phone or  email , if you do not do so you may have a delay in the the same time congestion the Remis service.

 By Bus 

If you arrive by land by bus, the bus station of the capital city is in the heart of the city. On Belgrano Street at intersection with Hipólito Irigoyen. Once you arrive there, you can move to the highest area on foot, but carry suitcases, as it is only 300 meters away. The other options are taxi and public passenger transport

 If you travel in your car 

Pay attention to all the details of the four possible accesses to the city, if you come in a private vehicle.

 North Access  

Through the RN 11:communicates our city with San Justo, Vera, Reconquista and Resistencia. Remember: the RN 11 is licensed, therefore you will have to pay toll to circulate in it.  Also for RP 1 : which comes from  Chaco , Reconquista, San Javier, Helvecia. This route is known as the “Route of the Coast”.

 South Access 

By the Rosario — Santa Fe highway.(RN11) Also Highway No. A 007 that circumvents the city of Santa Fe in the east connects with the RN No. 11 (old) at the height of the road bridge and provides a fast road for mobility to reach the Port of the City, the shopping center area, the neighborhood of Guadalupe and the connection to the RN 168.

 East Access 

National Route N°168 linking Santa Fe with Paraná (Entre Ríos), Rincón, Cayastá. In the past, the entrance to the city was made by the famous  Suspension Bridge . Today, access is done by the Nicasio Oroño Bridge over Setúbal Lagoon and the Uranga - Silvestre Begnis subfluvial tunnel under the Paraná River bed.

 West Access  

On the RN 19 highway that connects Santa Fe-Córdoba. This is concessionary, you must pay toll to circulate in it.

Publication Date: 13/10/2020

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