Quality of life
Argentina has a modern air infrastructure: 58 airports, 23 of which are international. The Ministro Pistarini airport in Ezeiza, 22 km from the City of Buenos Aires connects directly to every major destination throughout the Americas and Europe. Because the country is so vast, air travel is a convenient option for travel and Buenos Aires is well connected to the other major cities in Argentina.
There is a broad network of well-marked signposted national and provincial roads linking the main towns and villages throughout the country. Long-distance buses are an excellent travel option as they offer an extremely high standard of service and comfort. For long journeys, passengers can travel in fully reclining sleeper seats with a meal service not unlike flying first class on an international airline. There are also several international car hire agencies to choose from throughout the country.
Rail is the main transport and communications network linking the City of Buenos Aires to its suburbs and the towns in the province of Buenos Aires, as well as some towns in other provinces. Others cover relatively short distances and are run for tourists: Tren de las Nubes, (the Train of the Clouds) in the province of Salta which climbs high up into the Andes and Tren del Fin del Mundo, (Train to the End of the World) which runs through a national park in Tierra del Fuego.
In the City of Buenos Aires, the subway and buses (colectivos) are the most popular means of transport, while many people also use taxis or cabs.
By sea and river
The country’s most important port, Buenos Aires, receives ocean and river vessels and is the arrival and departure base for a large part of the country’s trade. There are also major sea ports in La Plata, Bahía Blanca, Neuquén, San Antonio Oeste and Puerto Madryn. The main river ports are on the Paraná River, including Rosario, San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Barranqueras, San Nicolás and Campana.
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