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Departure
11:00 AM
thu 16 Jul
Arrival
17:30 PM
thu 16 Jul
Duration 06:30 HRS
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Departure
23:00 PM
thu 16 Jul
Arrival
06:00 AM
fri 17 Jul
Duration 07:00 HRS
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How to travel by bus from Coquimbo to Santiago?

Coquimbo se encuentra a 459 kilómetros de Santiago. La duración del viaje en promedio es de 6 horas y 20 minutos, en categoría semi cama o cama dependiendo de la compañía de buses, las que atraviesan la Ruta 5 que conecta ambas ciudades.

En Coquimbo la salida de buses es desde el Terminal de Buses de Coquimbo, Terminal Balmaceda o terminales/paraderos definidos por cada empresa.

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Average Ticket Price (CLP) from Coquimbo to Santiago $ 13.125
Maximum Ticket Price (CLP) from Coquimbo to Santiago $ 14.700
Minimum Ticket Price (CLP) from Coquimbo to Santiago $ 8.400
First Departure from Coquimbo to Santiago 11:00
Daily Last Departure from Coquimbo to Santiago 23:00

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Buses de Coquimbo a Santiago

Las empresas de buses que ofrecen servicios en esta ruta son: Los Corsarios, Fichtur, Pullman Bus, Expreso Norte, Serena Mar y Buses Paravias.

About Coquimbo

Coquimbo is the main port of the IV Region to be the output of mining and agricultural products in the area. Recognized and even confused by its conurbation with La Serena, the city of Coquimbo is famous for the beauty of its beaches and its wide coastline of more than 56 kilometers, which is why many choose to travel to this city or its surrounding towns, among which Tongoy, Guanaqueros, Las Tacas, Totoralillo, La Herradura and Playa Blanca stand out.

About Santiago

Santiago is the capital of Chile, which is characterized in its central area by having a neoclassical architecture of the 19th century and streets with different styles side by side as "art-deco", "neo-gothic", among others. The urban landscape takes shape with hills such as Cerro San Cristóbal and Santa Lucía that make up part of the green lung of the city and the basin that is crossed by the Mapocho River, next to which there are parks such as the Forest Park and the Bicentennial Park. The Andes mountain range can be seen from many points of the city. In the periphery you can find vineyards, and in a few hours you can reach the mountain or the Pacific Ocean.


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