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Getting Around Punta Arenas

Do not confuse Calle Pedro Montt with Calle Jorge Montt, or Pasaje Bories with Calle Bories.

 

City buses (micros) have numbered routes ($0.55), as do shared taxis (colectivos) ($0.65). Colectivos 15 and 20 traverse the downtown-passenger port Tres Puentes route. Taxis are metered. From downtown to the Zona Franca, a three-kilometer (1.8 mile) run, costs about $4.

Bike rental: Coffee and Travel (daily 7:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. O’Higgins 1069

 

Car rental: Many companies offer rentals. Internationally know agencies are: Alamo (Bulnes and González, Tel.: 61-3232), Budget (O’Higgins 964, Tel.: 20-2720), Avis (Roca 1044, Tel.: 61-4381) and Hertz (O’Higgins 931, Tel.: 61-3087).










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