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Brigadier Mayor César Raúl Ojeda Airport serves the small Argentine province of San Luis and its namesake capital city. Around 30,000 passengers used this airport in 2007, the same year its main runway was repaved. The airport stands less than four miles from the city of San Luis with car hire in San Luis Airport.
Aerolíneas Argentinas supplies direct flights to San Rafael and Buenos Aires. Avis and Hertz branches, where people can compare car hire offerings, can be found in the Arrivals area, on the ground floor of the airports only terminal. The main Departures hall includes a bar and cafeteria. Wireless internet access and public telephones are available throughout this small airport.
San Luis was established by the Chorrillos River, near the Sierra Grandes, in 1594. Most city attractions stand between the Independencia and Pringles plazas. Visitors may also use car rental in San Luis Airport to visit the Sierra de las Quijadas National Park, which is famous for its dinosaur fossils and towering red sandstone cliffs that are reminiscent of Utahs Bryce Canyon. The scenic Merlo hill station receives few foreign visitors despite its beautiful location and plentiful outdoor activities.
The dry temperate climate of San Luis means the city typically gets hot, humid summers and dry, cool winters. Winter temperatures usually stay above freezing. The Sierra de las Quijadas National Park is best visited during spring or autumn as thunderstorms and flash floods frequently strike in summer. Merlos busiest periods are weekends, summers (December to February) and the Semana Santa holiday period, but autumn (March to May) and spring (September to November) are pleasant and less crowded.
The province of San Luis boasts some of Argentinas best roads, and its provincial capital lies east of Mendoza and west of Buenos Aires along National Route 7. National Route 147 is the main route to Sierra de las Quijadas, but most of the park itself is accessible only by walking or gravel roads.