Aerolineas makes the 55 minute flight several times a day during the high season. Daily trains arrive from Buenos Aires. The train station is about 2km from the boulevard. Buses are faster than trains, and incredibly clean. It's 5.
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5 hours from Buenos Aires (Retiro Station) and costs 220 pesos. Manuel Tienda Leon Collectivo service is available at the Buenos Aires Airport for around 290 Pesos one way. The trip is 5 hours through the Argentine Pampas and scenery wise it is very boring - bring a book or a pillow. Get around Edit. Taxis are very cheap,is about 5 USD each 4 kilometers (year 2010) take into account that Argentina has +/- 15% annual inflation. prices change in ARS but remain the same in USD. Cabs drivers are plentiful, and pretty honest.
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There is a local bus network very large. you need a bus card in order to use it, it can be bought in terminal bus or in bus office (usually in downtown) and reloaded in drugstores.
Another transportation service is Remisse. is like a cab with a discount. you have to call "the remiseria".
a sort of small terminal with a operator at phone. Almost for sure. no one speaks english. so be ready to make signs or talk in spanish with the drivers. If you want to walk, Mar del Plata is perfect.
it has 28 kilometres of coast with lights and pavement and is pretty safe. Make the trek to Waikiki beach on the outskirts of town. It's a more relaxed environment than Punta Iglesia or Playa Grande and provides enough room to spread out. They have an excellent surf school there. Capurro Helado, near Punta Iglesia, is always great on a hot day after cooling off at the beach.
Some of the best ice cream in the world. Take the 221 bus south of the city to hit the nicest beaches, such as Playa Serena. Go window shopping on Güemes. You'll find the trendiest fashion and some nice cafés to sit and sip coffee while you rest your feet.
Visit the Casino. Even if you don't like gambling, the building is just beautiful - from a different era. The nice promenade along the coast is a great place for exercising or just enjoying a nice view of the sea and the city. You'll find the Casino and very traditional Hotel Pronvincial as you walk on it. Go see a show! Mar del Plata has a wide range of theatre shows to offer. Get your tickets as soon as you arrive 'cause they run out fast.
Avenida Juan B. Justo. Diagonal de los Artesanos. Peatonal San Martín.
Great fish. The "Puerto" of Mar del Plata is a nice zone to know and try "mariscos", "rabas" and as many possibilities as you can. "Alfajores" (a cake sandwich with dulce de leche)are found all over Argentina, and go perfect with cafe con leche. Many say the best are at the Havanna shops that are all around MDP. They make great gifts to bring home. The Argentines love dulce de leche, which is a cream caramel, and put it on almost anything sweet. Medialunas (mini-croissants) and dulce de leche are a staple breakfast.
Dulce De Leche Granizado Ice Cream (Helado) combines chocolate flakes into caramel ice cream. The best by far is found in the Alem section of town. Parillas (mixed grills) are also ubiquitous and with the great exchange rate, eating steak almost every day is very possible. Sirloin Steak is referred to as Bife de Chorizo, not to be confused with the sausage of the same name. One of the best parillas in MDP is Palacio del Bife. Palacio del Bife is excellent, although pricey.
Bargain bites can be found in casual restaurants, such as those found on the pedestrian strip, San Martin (pizza slices 2 pesos, whole pizzas feed at least 2 around 12 pesos). Empanadas in Argentina are great for the first few days, but once you realize that unless you plan well in advance, this is the only food you can get during the daily siesta for lunch. Bariloche on Calle Mitre has some of the best around. After you've entered a beef coma and can't take any more steak, Amigos Del Mar sushi restaurant is the only Japanese food in Mar Del Plata. There are several oriental "Tenedor Libres" (cheap buffet style restaurants) and some trendier restaurants in Alem that claim to do Chinese or Japanese food but just don't cut it. The most traditional place to eat in the "Happy City", as Mar del Plata is also called, is "Manolo". This low-key restaurant has three branches (one on Rivadavia street, one right on the coast, and the newest one on Alem).
Food quality is great and almost anything you order is to share. Great sea-food too. A very nice alternative to the pier. especially if you're on foot. You can't leave Mar del plata until you've tried "churros" from this establishment. They are the best. Don't expect anything fancy (tiny paper napkins and waiters always in a rush), but be sure to leave with a full, happy stomach.
Alem street is the heart of nightlife in the city. You will find countless pubs, bars, nightclubs in about a 6 square block area. The discos are located north of town: for 30 pesos, Sobremonte is quite an experience. Chocolate and Gap also are a lot of fun on the right night.