If you are in Bs As, go to Retiro Bus Station. All the ticket offices are upstairs on the mezanine floor and the ticket offices for the international companies are at the end furthest from the main entrance - once you are upstairs, follow the signs. There you can check out each company's departure and arrival times, prices etc - ask any questions you want - and book to travel at a future date or to leave there and then. A Chilean operator may be able to book you straight through to Valpo but you will probably have to change buses in Santiago.sanfrancisco said:Hi,
has anyone here ever taken a bus to chile?
Or know when i can find information on this.
im trying to get to - Port of Valparaiso, Chile - its where the cruise ships are.
thanks in advance!
You might get a cheap one-way air fare to SCL, which is only a two-hour bus ride from Valpo. There are also buses from Mendoza direct to Valpo, without going through Santiago.Hi everyone, could you please share your experience - travelling by bus Santiago de Chile - Buenos Aires? Which bus provider would you recommend? I'm looking for safe, comfortable and money-wise solution. Thank you very much!