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Presidente Perón International Airport serves Neuquen, a centrally located Argentine city where the Limay and Neuquen rivers meet. Large Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft can land at this airport, which is located four miles west of Patagonias largest city with car rental in Neuquen - Airport. An estimated 400,000 people entered this airport in 2009.
The airport offers charter flights to Bolivia and Brazil alongside Sol Líneas Aéreas direct flights to Comodoro Rivadavia. Three airlines supply direct daily Buenos Aires flights. Customs and migrations facilities are available for international passengers, and desks for car hire in Neuquen - Airport are on hand. Up to 200 vehicles can park in the lot opposite the terminal building and the terminal provides passengers with all basic amenities.
Works by artists from throughout Argentina and the world are showcased inside the four halls of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, among the biggest attractions within Neuquens city limits. After passengers compare car hire and choose their selected vehicles, they will encounter pear, apple and other fruit trees along Neuquens surrounding roads. Recommended daytrips include Limay River fishing, the San Patricio del Chañar vineyards and assisting the professionals at the Lago Barreales paleontology centre.
Neuquen is known for its low rainfall and arid climate. Strong winds and low humidity help the hot summer months feel cooler between November and March. Night temperatures sometimes fall below freezing from June to August, but snow is a relatively rare sight. Neuquens most pleasant months may be the transition seasons of autumn (April to mid-June) and spring (October to mid-December).
National Route 22 runs through the middle of Neuquen and travels through the Rio Negro Valley. Drivers on this road can be dangerously impatient, especially those behind the wheels of heavy trucks. The Desert Route, officially called Provincial Route 20, must be driven with caution as much of its plains scenery can be monotonous, adding to the risk of drivers falling asleep.