Besides its three airports (El Plumerillo in Mendoza City, San Rafael and Malargüe airports) the Province of Mendoza features an efficient road network that connects it with the rest of the country and Chile.
Ground Transport:
From North: by National Route Nº 40: Mendoza – San Juan.
From East: by National Route Nº 7: Mendoza, San Luis, Córdoba, Santa Fe, Buenos Aires. This route is the continuation of Vicente Zapata Avenue.
From West: by National Route Nº 7: Mendoza – Santiago de Chile.
From South: by National Route Nº 40: Mendoza, Tunuyán, San Carlos.
The bus terminal is one of the largest in Argentina, as it has 60 platforms and a rush of about 1.500 buses a day. It is fully equipped.
Air transport:
El Plumerillo Airport. Surrounded by vineyards and a mountain in the background, the international airport (aeroestación Francisco Gabrielli) is open 24 hours a day and offers modern facilities. There are local stores, a café, a duty free shop, a restaurant on the terrace and plenty of parking. (Las Heras, 8 km from the city center)

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