Bus Buenos Aires to Santiago: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Buenos Aires - Santiago
User reviews from travellers who booked a bus ticket from Buenos Aires to Santiago
Ratings and Reviews (26)
No problems at all
Bus was almost 3 hours late. A window broke on the journey, and we had to travel through the night with a damaged bus. Couldn't sleep. Because of the lateness, I missed a very important meeting
Good. The food wasn't very good. En the temperatures was a little unstable. But other then that I was happy!
Everything was fine. Nothing to say.
Excellent service of staff, and a really comfortable trip.
The staff should be more friendly
Very comfortable! The arrival was about 90min late, but with a 21h bus ride, I expected the arrival time to be a little off, so I was fine with that. The seats were extremely comfortable, the ride was pleasant, and they provided plenty of food. I will definitely recommend this to friends and family.
The bus was aged a bit. Updating or remodeling needed. The ride was smooth, however. The TV monitors show three movies in Spanish with the volume up. The plugin earphone outlet is not available. No charging outlet, either. The air conditioning was on throughout the trip. Everyone seemed cold. I asked once for the crew to do something about it. I think he did not understand English. So, I put on more clothing like everyone else. As I said the bus was old.
Good experience overall
Amazing & friendly staff, very helpful at border crossing, delicious food and comfortable journey! Thankyou CATA
No places to charge phone at any seat on the bus
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The border was closed and we couldn't pass it. They didn't have an alternative option
The bus came in time, very good! The trip was good aswell. Crossing the boarder over to Chile took a lot of time but otherwise it was good.
This was the worst trip I've ever taken in my life. The bus got to the terminal 5 hrs late, then was literally 95 degrees inside since the air conditioner was broken. They didn't fix the air conditioner until my friend passed out from the heat and had to be carried off the bus. The replacement bus then broke down about an hour later and we had to switch buses again. The trip ended up taking around 30 hours. It was supposed to be 18.
Thanks to safe driving
The bus showed up 3 hours late with no explanation. The bus subsequently came without air conditioning and was over 30 degrees Celsius. We then had to switch to a different bus which broke down after about 30 minuets. Arrived in Santiago over 10 hours late.
Horrendous. Bus arrived 3 hours late, no air con. A passenger actually passed out because it was so hot! Changed buses. Horrendous food. Entertainment didn’t work. Arrived at our destination 10 hours late! Would never use again.
The bus was quite old fashioned compared to other buses we have travelled on in South America, no usb point to charge our phones was a nuisance, the bus arrived 6 hours later than scheduled and we were only provided with one hot meal and a sandwich. For that period of time was not good enough
My trip with Ahumada Internacional was one of the best bus trips I have taken anywhere in the world! The staff was so kind and thoughtful, went out of their way to make sure I knew what was going on (Spanish is not my first language), and the bus itself was quite comfortable. Absolutely will use Ahumada Internacional again.
The staff member wrote 63 A75 700 on my ticket and pointed to 63. What he actually meant was that I should look at all the buses arriving ranging from lanes 63 to 75. This was not made clear to me and I therefore missed my bus.
Trip should of taken 19 hours. It took over 22 hours
Confortable and convinient
It would have helped if there was an English translation of all notifications, as I had no idea what information was being said at the border.
Unfortunately it took 25 hours to get to Santiago from Buenos Aires when the advertised elapse time on the ticket was only 18.5 hours. There were no unforeseen delays on the trip apart from the border control which took 2 hours however I would expect that time to have been factored in. Thankfully I still made it in time to catch my flight out of Santiago. I don't think I will consider bus as a travel option on future trips
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Stations & Stops
For a bus leaving from Buenos Aires, the trip starts at Terminal Dellepiane, Terminal Moron, Aeropuerto EZE, Aeroparque AEP, Puerto Madero, Retiro, Callao, Belgrano, Buenos Aires or Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Todos.
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|Earliest and Latest Bus Departures||09:30 - 17:00|
|Average Ticket Price||£72|
|Minimum Trip Duration|
|Average Bus Trip Duration|
|Bus companies on this route||CATA Internacional, CATA Internacional, Fénix Internacional, Buses Ahumada Internacional, CATA Internacional|
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Frequently asked questions on the trip Buenos Aires - Santiago
How much does a bus ticket from Buenos Aires to Santiago cost?
The average bus ticket price from Buenos Aires to Santiago is £72. The best way to find cheap bus tickets from Buenos Aires to Santiago is to book your tickets as early as possible. Prices tend to rise as your travel date approaches, so book in advance to secure the best prices!
How long is the bus ride from Buenos Aires to Santiago?
The average travel time between Buenos Aires and Santiago is around 20h 10m, although the fastest bus will take about 17h 30m. This is the time it takes to travel the 702 miles that separates the two cities.
How many daily bus connections are there between Buenos Aires and Santiago?
The number of buses from Buenos Aires to Santiago can differ depending on the day of the week. On average, there are 7 on this route. Some buses run direct routes, while others have layovers. Simplify your bus trip from Buenos Aires to Santiago by comparing and selecting the bus that fits your travel style and budget on Busbud.
Which bus companies travel from Buenos Aires to Santiago?
When taking the bus from Buenos Aires to Santiago, you can travel comfortably and safely with CATA Internacional, CATA Internacional, Fénix Internacional.
What are the departure and arrival stations when taking the bus from Buenos Aires to Santiago?
Buses travelling between Buenos Aires and Santiago leave from Terminal Dellepiane or Terminal Moron and arrive at Terminal Sur, Terrapuerto Los Heroes, San Borja.
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