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From Buenos Aires, most flights to Bariloche depart from domestic airport Aeroparque (AEP), approximately 19 miles from international airport Ezeiza (EZE).  The trip might take anywhere from thirty minutes to two and a half hours, depending on traffic.  Fares can vary wildly, so it is important to know the right price range and negotiate in advance of the ride.
 
From Buenos Aires, most flights to Bariloche depart from domestic airport Aeroparque (AEP), approximately 19 miles from international airport Ezeiza (EZE).  The trip might take anywhere from thirty minutes to two and a half hours, depending on traffic.  Fares can vary wildly, so it is important to know the right price range and negotiate in advance of the ride.

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CSSS Argentina 2008

Getting to Bariloche by air:

From Buenos Aires, most flights to Bariloche depart from domestic airport Aeroparque (AEP), approximately 19 miles from international airport Ezeiza (EZE). The trip might take anywhere from thirty minutes to two and a half hours, depending on traffic. Fares can vary wildly, so it is important to know the right price range and negotiate in advance of the ride.

The best option, although not the cheapest, is to get a ride through one of the companies that operate from booths inside the EZE airport. Recommended companies include Manuel Tienda Leon, which operates both regularly-scheduled shuttle buses and private cars, and Radio Taxi Premium.


Getting to Bariloche by bus

There are numerous bus lines that serve Bariloche. From Buenos Aires, the buses leave from Remito, the main terminal for long-distance buses. For bus lines, schedules, ticket prices, and booking services on all bus lines operating from Remito, see Omnilineas