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Getting Here and Around
To drive to San Antonio de Areco, leave Buenos Aires on RN 9, crossing to RN 8 when it intersects at Km 35 (total tolls of 10.6 pesos). There are more than 20 daily buses from Buenos Aires' Retiro station to San Antonio; most are run by Chevallier, and some by Pullman General Belgrano. Each company operates from its own bus stop in San Antonio. Once you've arrived, the best way to get around is on foot, but you'll need a remis (radio taxi) to get to most estancias, though some have their own shuttle service.
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