ArBus shuttle transfer EZE<>AEP cancelled

There are 10 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by Rice.

  • The fare (5 pesos), 0,25 U$S, was ridiculous. Now the tourist must pay $400.- in taxis.

    What a nonsense! The government must have grow the price to AR$ 25 and the deficit would be over. And the swould be happy to pay this, however, low fare compared with other countries.

  • I did consider taking it once, but in the end I decided against it. Why? Because the route was very centric, and to get to an Arbus stop, loaded with luggage, I would have needed a remise anyway as normal buses aren't easy at all to step on/off with suitcases. For the price difference, the risk of strikes blocking the roads or preventing the drivers to show up, plus dragging y suitcases on broken, poo-laden sidewalks, and the risk of being taken advantage of (robbed) a remise was always a safer bet.

  • I did consider taking it once, but in the end I decided against it. Why? Because the route was very centric, and to get to an Arbus stop, loaded with luggage,

    Perhaps the route cannot be changed, but I cannot understand the "organizer" of this service. If it was regarded as a commodity for tourists, he must had previewed that normally tourists charge luggage.

    It cannot be as a common bus, and it needed to have a special compartment to lodge the luggage, with control tickets as they do in long distance buses. (to avoid losses or thiefs)

    Well, you know, we are living in Argentina. We say "lo atamos con alambre", which means that we "fix it with only a wire".

  • Usually the remiseros don't tell me I'm stupid for being in Argentina instead of anywhere else.

    You are right! I had momentarily lost sight of the main reason I hate taking taxis:. They want to engage in conversation. My own desire is to have a tranquil, quiet ride, something that remiseros make possible by their professional distance.