San Juan is the capital of the San Juan Province in the Cuyo region in the northwest of Argentina. With around 450,000 inhabitants it is the tenth biggest city in the country.
|Eco Hostel San Juan||Mendoza 42||hostel||-|
|Hostel Campo Base - Valle de la Luna||Tucumán s/n entre San Luis y Libertador San Agustín del Valle Fértil||Hostel||76|
|Hostel Trotamundos San Juan||Hipólito Irigoyen 1411 (este)||Hostel||59|
|Hosteria Huaco San Juan||La Paz s/n||Hostel||-|
|Rancho Lamaral Hostel||Calle Santa Lucia s/n (Rodeo)||Hostel||-|
|San Juan Hostel||Avenida Cordoba Este 317||Hostel||72|
|Taymenta||Ruta 40 1009 Sur Albardón Km. 347||Hostel||-|
|Triasico Hostel San Juan||Pedro Echagüe 520 (E)||Hostel||-|
|DG Hostel Peatonal San Juan||Rivadavia 175 Este||HOSTEL||58|
See also International Telephone Calls
Correos de Argentina is the national postal service of Argentina. There are also two private carriers operating nationwide (OCA and Andreani) and a number of regional ones though Correos de Argentina will be the one most likely to be used by travellers. Post offices are mostly open between 8:00am and 8:00pm Monday to Friday and 9:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday, though there are regional variantions with longer hours in central post offices in big cities and shorter ones in small towns. Services are pretty reliable but slow, mostly taking about two weeks to deliver a postcard or letter to the USA or Europe, but usually within a few days sending it domestically. There is also a more expensive express options. You can track a package online at the Correos de Argentino website. Parcels take at least 3-5 days domestically and weeks internationally. Otherwise try international ones like FedEx or UPS to send parcels both more reliable as well as faster.
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