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3.9 out of 5 stars
User reviews from travellers who booked a bus ticket from Córdoba to Buenos Aires
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The Bus drivers were great, but the staff member who handled the luggage took money from us in an unacceptable way. We had weighed our bags, and they were the 15 kg required by the ticket; he said they were overweight without weighing them and then made us pay 2000 pecos without a receipt. That is extortion at its worst. He pocketed the money himself. We believe we were targeted because we are travelers and struggle with Spanish.
They listed the service as overnight bed service. However it has semi bed capability. The seat does not have the ability to convert into a flat bed. This is false representation of their service when I pirchases it.
Even though the bus was 1 hour late, the communication from the staff was excellent. I wasn't worried as they gave regular updates.
The staff on the bus were incredibly helpful and friendly.
I would definitely use this service again
It was generally good but lacking a few items. Other bus companies gave us food and or water for long trips, this one was around 12 hours and nothing. The only facility to use is the bathroom which gets dirty after only a few uses by other travellers. There was not air conditioning, at least nothing sufficient enough to keep the upper part of the bus cool, I was sweating the entire time. Bus seats are slightly smaller than other companies o have ised but are sufficient. Overall I would say this is sufficient.
We sat on top deck at the front. The screen in the above panel just rattled like mad the whole 9 hour journey. Extremely irritating banging noises. Seats were comfy. Bus was on time. Driver was good! Disappointed about the bag loading. I went to the back of the bus to put my bag in, but a random guy insisted that he put my bag on the bus. Once he did so, he held his hand out for money?! I could have done it myself for free? Unnecessary service and very rude.
Bus was 20 minutes or so late. Wouldn't have minded at all, but the station displayed no info, nor the staff, and passengers had no way of knowing.
Once aboard, I was pleasantly surprised. A tray of snacks, followed by a burger/patty and mashed potato. Followed by water, juice and, best of all, whisky! Helpful for sleeping.
Woke in the morning to a sweet snack and a small coffee.
Bus itself was fine - comfortable seats, good food, easy to sleep. But it arrived an hour late to Cordoba bus station for Buenos Aires journey. Waiting around there for almost two hours wasn’t much fun!
Don’t use this company. Compared to other Argentinian bus companies it is very poor. No food or drink on a 12 hour journey. No stopping to buy food on the way. No working WiFi. No entertainment. No toilet!!
Staff told me that my e ticket did not work despite it stating that an email ticket would suffice. Instead I was charged an extra 60 pesos to print the two tickets. Also had to rush in between the Chevalier's stall below and rush back several times as the bus was just about to leave when I was told I needed to print the ticket. Also the bus was very hot and no refreshments were offered despite the buying page.
We were forced to pay for the luggage even though it was included in the ticket price. Staff was really rude and did not want to bring the luggage on to the bus. Later on staff was rude again when I changed seats for a couple of minutes to talk with my friends and next to me was a women with two big bags and a baby so it was not possible for me to sit on my seat. He yelled at me and was very rude. Worst staff so far and I travelled with a lot of companies during the last half year. Hope the staff will learn from this in the future.
There was an unfortunate incident where drugs were found on the bus, I understand this is not a fault of Irquiza however I did mean a 3 hour delay (after also leaving 15 minutes late) other minor problems were that the seat was broken (Cama, seat 61) it would not stay in the upright position. The USB ports were broken and the movie had no sound.
Bus arrived about 20 min late which we were told by other passengers was very normal. Bus condition was nice but they do not offer a blanket or pillow like most other overnight buses. Also they did not offer food or refreshments like many of their competitors. Overall it was a fine experience with comfy seats but no extra services.
It was an awful journey. No service whatsoever. No blanket, pillow, no food, no drink, no attendant, freezing air-conditioning, and on top a disgusting loo. The bus was 20 minutes late coming in but no one gave any information.
If you're looking for reliable, comfortable transportation in Argentina, General Urquiza is a good option. The company offers a variety of routes, making it easy and affordable to get around. On any given day, 6 buses leave from various locations, ensuring convenient departure times. With prices ranging from £26 to £88, the buses are well-maintained and comfortable. Whether you need transportation for business or pleasure, General Urquiza gets you where you want to go for a fair price.
Sierras de Córdoba offers reliable, affordable transportation between cities in Argentina. To provide convenient travel times to its customers, they have an average of 4 departures per day, with options for direct or connecting trips. With comfortable buses and prices ranging from £26 to £78, Sierras de Córdoba is a convenient and affordable way to travel. Their frequently updated schedules make it easy to plan your next road trip or weekend getaway. So sit back, relax and let Sierras de Córdoba take care of the driving.
Chevallier offers reliable, affordable transportation between cities in Argentina. To provide convenient travel times to its customers, they have an average of 3 departures per day, with options for direct or connecting trips. With comfortable buses and prices ranging from £26 to £66, Chevallier is a convenient and affordable way to travel. Their frequently updated schedules make it easy to plan your next road trip or weekend getaway. So sit back, relax and let Chevallier take care of the driving.
Via Tac offers reliable, affordable transportation between cities in Argentina. To provide convenient travel times to its customers, they have an average of 3 departures per day, with options for direct or connecting trips. With comfortable buses and prices ranging from £20 to £30, Via Tac is a convenient and affordable way to travel. Their frequently updated schedules make it easy to plan your next road trip or weekend getaway. So sit back, relax and let Via Tac take care of the driving.
El Practico is a great option if you're looking for a convenient and comfortable way to travel in Argentina. With about 3 daily departures, the company connects important cities in the country. Their fleet of buses is equipped to provide travellers with a comfortable ride to important destinations. Experienced drivers will ensure safe travels, so you can just sit back and relax. Next time you're planning a trip, consider skipping the hassle of driving and letting El Practico take you where you need to go.
Frequently asked questions on the trip Córdoba - Buenos Aires
How do I get from Córdoba to Buenos Aires without flying?
The best way to travel from Córdoba to Buenos Aires is by bus. The bus trip is an affordable, safe and convenient way to travel between the two cities, and you can sit back and relax as someone else does the driving for you. Alternatively, you can also use carpooling services.
How long is the bus ride from Córdoba to Buenos Aires?
The average travel time between Córdoba and Buenos Aires is around 9h 35m, although the fastest bus will take about 7h 35m. This is the time it takes to travel the 403 miles that separates the two cities.
How far is Córdoba from Buenos Aires?
The distance between the two cities is 403 miles
How many buses travel between Córdoba and Buenos Aires daily?
On average, there are 27 buses per day on this route, offered by General Urquiza, Sierras de Córdoba, Chevallier. The number of buses from Córdoba to Buenos Aires can change depending on the day of the week. Simplify your bus trip from Córdoba to Buenos Aires by comparing and selecting the bus that fits your travel style and budget on Busbud.
At what time does the first and last bus depart from Córdoba to Buenos Aires?
The first bus leaves at 00:05 and the last one at 23:59. For a hassle-free trip, try to be at the station early to check in and get the best seat.
What are the departure and arrival stations when taking the bus from Córdoba to Buenos Aires?
Most of the buses travelling from Córdoba to Buenos Aires leave from Terminal De Omnibus de Gral. Deheza and arrive at Terminal de Retiro. While these are the primary stations or stops on this route, you can find other departure and arrival points that better suit your travel needs.
What is the cheapest way to go from Córdoba to Buenos Aires?
The cheapest way to travel from Córdoba to Buenos Aires is by taking a bus. The lowest price for the bus on this route is £27.
How much does a bus ticket from Córdoba to Buenos Aires cost?
The average bus ticket price from Córdoba to Buenos Aires is £36. In the last 30 days, the prices ranged from £27 to £88, so it's advisable to do your research before booking.
Best time to book your trip
Price is for a one-way ticket for one passenger and based on past departures.
Days before departure
Buddy tip: the best time to book this trip is usually 60 days before departure.
The average bus ticket from Córdoba to Buenos Aires costs around £26 for departures 60 days prior.
To save money and be sure you have the best seat, it's a good idea to buy your bus tickets from Córdoba to Buenos Aires, as early as possible. The best time to find and book cheap bus tickets is to book at least 60 days in advance.
By doing so, you can expect to save around 33% on your bus ticket compared to booking at the last minute.
Usually General Urquiza will charge you higher prices for tickets closer to the departure date. To find the best prices, you should be flexible on your date of travel.
About Bus Travel
Bus Travel Tips
Make friends with the driver. They usually know a lot about your destination and may even recommend which side of the bus to sit on to get the best views on the road between Córdoba and Buenos Aires!
From miles long of beauteous natural landscapes to impressive man-crafted sights, you’re bound to be in for a visual treat on your bus trip from Córdoba to Buenos Aires.
Taking the bus creates the smallest carbon footprint compared to other modes of transport. Not to mention that buses will allow you to discover scenic gems from Córdoba to Buenos Aires that are otherwise impossible to come by with a plane.
Tune out to the fine sounds of your best music playlist on your bus trip from Córdoba to Buenos Aires while indulging in miles on end of beautiful scenic views.
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