User reviews from travelers who booked a bus ticket from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires
Ratings and Reviews (30)
When I first arrived for the bus 20 minutes ahead of time the man at the desk was very unpleasant and started shouting at me that my bus was already here and to move, I was only asking him to print my ticket as my hostels wifi had been down and felt 20 minutes was enough time to spare. I then got to the bus and there was a big cue anyway to put your bag on. I was told i had no time to run to the shop right next to the bus for water even though I waited another 15 minutes to get on the bus anyway, staff were not very pleasant. Was told we would stop at 11 and I could get water (this was 5.30pm) when the bus did stop there was no shop open to get water and the meal that was served was a tiny cheese and ham sandwich and a tiny cup of orange juice. I was also told the bus would stop in the morning which it did to drop people off or for petrol but nowhere to buy any juice. I felt severely dehydrated as had been on a bus for 21 hours as the bus was 2 hours late and had only had a tiny cup of orange juice and didn't feel the staff were very approachable to ask for more due to my first impressions of them. Moreover not only did my charging port not work but of all the seats around me none of them worked and down the side of my chair there was loads of leftover food and some had gone mouldy. Not ideal for a 21 hour journey. I had read bad reviews before booking but thought people were probably just being picky and understand it is a budget bus but I have travelled with other budget buses and not had this experience. I am not usually one to complain but felt these things should be highlighted and people should be aware to buy things before boarding this bus to avoid a very uncomfortable journey.
Enjoyed the journey with Rio Uruguay, food was good considering we are vegetarians so we just took out the meat. It was not the bus's fault that we arrived late as we were stopped many times by the police. The lady working on the bus was not very friendly. I did not understand what she was saying and she refused to let me use the toilet twice by shouting at me.
There was no one at the ticket desk up to 45 minutes before my bus left. I waited to get my ticket printed, but no staff member showed up. A lady at the help desk even asked the bus driver if I was okay with just an electronic copy and described the situation, but that was not allowed. I had to run down the road 10 minutes before my bus left to try and find somewhere else that could print my ticket for me. Not a good first impression with this bus company.
Super friendly staff. We got food but we didn’t know that, so that was a good surprise. It was a bit on a strange time though (10:30pm) and it was not so good. In the morning we good some food again which was fine (a very sweet cookie and some salty cookies). The chairs were great and we received a blanket and pillow. Again, very friendly staff!
I was not happy with this company. no blanket was provided. this is the only company where this has happened, and it was cold. dinner was at 11pm. and the toilet was dirty abd leaking on the floor. not to mention 2 hours late arriving.
We were unsatisfied with our bus journey. We left 25 mins late, no information was given to us from any of the staff. There were not stops to service stations as we have experienced with every other bus we have travelled.
Because of a nationwide strike we head to rebook our tickets to another day. The staff at the bus station could neither have been less helpful nor less friendly. 20 minutes before her shift change, the lady at the office told us she could not help us right now because she had to check her facebook. On the bus, no USB port worked and the air condition was freezing and super loud all night long although we asked the staff to turn it down. Because of endlessly many stops we arrived 90 minutes late. The biggest joke of all is that with Via Bariloche "Cama" actually means Ejecutivo and you need to book "Super Cama" to get an actual cama.
Really happy with the bus. Left exactly on time and arrived approx. 1 hour later than it was supposed to, we think this was because of police checks along the way. They gave us a snack, alcohol, a hot dinner and breakfast with a hot drink and a pillow and blanket. The seats were really wide and spacious, only downside was the footrest meaning I couldn’t quite straighten my legs in the seat, but this wasn’t really a problem, and there was no WiFi on board or charging point.
Frequently asked questions for your trip Puerto Iguazú - Buenos Aires
How much does a bus ticket from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires cost?
The average bus ticket price from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires is $122. The best way to find cheap bus tickets from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires 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 Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires?
The average travel time between Puerto Iguazú and Buenos Aires is around 18h 35m, although the fastest bus will take about 16h.This is the time it takes to travel the 663 miles that separates the two cities.
How many daily bus connections are there between Puerto Iguazú and Buenos Aires?
The number of buses from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires can differ depending on the day of the week. On average, there are 23 on this route. Some buses run direct routes, while others have layovers. Simplify your bus trip from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires by comparing and selecting the bus that fits you travel style and budget on Busbud.
Which bus companies travel from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires?
When taking the bus from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires, you can travel comfortably and safely with Expreso Singer, Rio Uruguay, Expreso Singer.
What are the best sights and things to do in Buenos Aires?
Once in Buenos Aires, you can start exploring the city and discover its surroundings. The top sights and things to do are Feria de San Pedro Telmo, Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.
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 90 days before departure.
The average bus ticket from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires costs around $102 for departures 90 days prior.
Over the last 90 days, ticket prices from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires vary and during peak season, ticket prices are around $147 while at other times, you can expect to pay around $83.
Usually CRUCERO DEL NORTE, Expreso Singer 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.
To save money and be sure you have the best seat, it's a good idea to buy your bus tickets from Puerto Iguazú to Buenos Aires, as early as possible. The best time to find and book cheap bus tickets is to book at least 90 days in advance.
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