Ushuaia Airport Transfer
Valid from 10/01 to 06/30/2022
per person Central Hotel $ 1000.-
per person Hotel NOT Central $ 1200.-
Valid from 07/01 to 09/30/2022
per person Central Hotel $ 1100.-
per person Hotel NOT Central $ 1300.-
Valid from 10/01 to 12/31/2022
per person Central Hotel $ 1350.-
per person Hotel NOT Central $ 1550.
Ushuaia International Airport is located 5 km from the city. This is why the need to hire a Ushuaia airport transfer to take you to your hotel in the City.
Hiring this service we will wait for you at the airport with a sign announcing your name; so you can locate us. Later you will be guided to the vehicle along with your luggage and after approximately 10 minutes you will be arriving at the City of Ushuaia, ending the tour at the hotel you have reserved.
The service can be contracted in both directions, either to or from the airport.
Our units have:
– Communications team with permanent attention.
– Electronically controlled satellite speed control for your greater safety.
– Functional music.
– Receptive guide.
Ushuaia is a city in Argentina in the department of Ushuaia and capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands. It was founded on October 12, 1884 by Augusto Lasserre as Fort Ushuaia on the settlement of the old mission of Thomas Bridges.1 The city is located on the coast of the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego that overlook the Ushuaia Bay in the Beagle Channel, and is surrounded by the Martial mountain chain. In addition to being an administrative center, it is an industrial, port and tourist hub.
Ushuaia is generally considered the southernmost city in the world, a title in dispute (according to Chile) with the city of Puerto Williams, located south of the Beagle Channel. However, Ushuaia is twinned with Hammerfest in Norway, which is the northernmost, as with Barrow, in Alaska (United States), which disputes the northernmost qualification. Ushuaia is also the only Argentine city that is located on the western side of the Andes.
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