The new Patagonian train service will go from the Andes to the Atlantic Coast

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The new Patagonian train will join from this afternoon the Cordillera de los Andes with the Atlantic Ocean. The new train, which will reinforce the trips of this historic service, has 106 reclining seats, air conditioning and lunch on board.

“The service is aimed at people who want to spend a weekend in Las Grutas, with timetables that will allow you to enjoy the beach,” reported the local daily Rio Negro.

Departure from Bariloche to San Antonio Oeste costs AR 1350

As indicated by the provincial government, the acquisition was possible by an investment of almost AR 30 million from the renegotiation of new oil contracts.

During January and February, the train will depart on Thursdays at 18.00 from Bariloche and will arrive in San Antonio Oeste on Fridays at 7:40. The Return will be on Sundays at 19:15, and arrive in Bariloche on Mondays at 9:20.

How much does it cost?

The ticket per person and for the leg San Antonio Oeste to Bariloche or vice versa, costs $1350 for Residents in Rio Negro and $1472 for non-residents.

For ticket purchases, interested parties can contact (2920) 422130 or by mail at comercial@trenpatagonicosa.com.ar.

Source: La Nacion

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