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For what it's worth (probably not much), Google Maps gives a walking route from Santiago to Buenos Aires as follows: Roughly south from Santiago to Chimbarongo, using smaller roads that roughly parallel Highway 5; Thence roughly southeast via Los Queñes and Canton to the border crossing at Paso del Planchón; Thence roughly southeast to Bardas Blancas, ...


At the moment, Pullman del Sur offers direct connections between Santiago and Asuncion. From Santiago, they leave every Tuesday at 11am for 80.000 CLP. Crucero del Norte also travels between Santiago to Asuncion. They leave every Monday and Friday at 11:50am. You switch busses in Cordoba, but you buy just one ticket in Santiago. The cost is 70.000 CLP or ...

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