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Tren de la costa used to be so nice. I remember when I used it 20 years ago and was brand new. Now it looks like a filming location for "The walking dead". I bought the tickets n when I saw the train only had...More
We took the normal train to Tigre and this one back. The HUUUUGE benefit of this train is that there are no vendors or musicians on this train. But it is bascially like the L in chicago or the MTA in NYC. Nothing romantic or...More
They are two kind of trains going to Tigre. One is the "Tren de la costa" and it is such lovely making this small travel - along the coast of the river Lujan. Whenever I visit the delta I use the "Tran de la costa"....More
Like other reviewers, we took this train to Tigre because it was meant to be the scenic route. We had very few views of the river from this train and it just took longer than the ordinary, and cheaper, train.
The train itself is impeccable but unfortunately none of the in between stops are much worth the time. At the time it was launched these stations were filled with shops and restaurants, and now they are all shuttered. You may want to stop in San...More
I think we missed something!! The concierge told us to take this train for the scenic water-front route. I'm glad other reviewers found something in it but I can't say it was very scenic and a bit of a waste of time in my opinion.
We took normal train from Retiro to Mitre and then bought tickets for this train. Every stop is worth getting off and exploring if you have time. Arrival in Delta can be a little confusing but just ask and you will easily find choice of...More
If you want to get to Tigre, Tren de la Costa is a good option. Many people finds it is not exciting, but you will find nature and you can stop and get off the train ins some statios and have lunch, visit shops, have...More
I wanted to use the local train system to get to Tigre and travel in the Delta. It was so difficult to find train routes and times. In the end really worthwhile.
This was my day. I had already bought a SUBTE pass. I boarded...More