The company Argentine Trains You already have defined the prices of the tickets to travel in train from Buenos Aires to Mendoza, that generated controversy due to the considerable delay in carrying out this route.
The formations will connect Retiro with two stations in San Martín and one in La Paz, in eastern Cuyo province.
The extension of the San Martín line that departs from Retiro connects 55 locations and will bring benefits for 300,000 passengers, they assured from the National government during the inauguration. One thing to keep in mind is that the trip can take up to 28 hours.
The train will have a weekly frequency, it will allow between 400 and 500 people per formation and will pass through 22 intermediate stations: José C. Paz, Pilar, Mercedes P, Franklin, Rivas, Castilla, Rawson, Chacabuco, O ́Higgins, Junín, Alem, Vedia, Alberdi, Iriarte, Rufino, Laboulaye, Gral. Levalle, Vicuña Mackenna, Justo Daract, Beazley, La Peace and Liberator General San Martin. The first service would be launched on the weekend of April 21 and tickets can be purchased through the Trenes Argentinos page from a date to be defined by the state company.
How much will the train tickets to Mendoza cost?
Palmira – Retiro section
- First (economic): $4,900
- Pullman: $5.880
- Bedroom (cabins): $17,640
Section San Martín – Retiro
- First: $4,850
- Pullman: $5820
- Bedroom: $17,460
Section La Paz – Retiro
- First: $4,390
- Pullman: $5.270
- Bedroom: $15,810
Why does the trip take 28 hours?
From the Ministry of Transport they justified the duration of 28 hours so that the operation is safe.
“Of course the intention is to reduce the travel time, There are a lot of users that this train is going to make a big change in their lives, especially economically due to the tickets that are going to be available for sale and we trust that everything will be optimizing over time,” they indicated. portfolio sources to PROFILE.
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