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Cabs are also a very popular way to move around in big cities. In a general way, the service is good, cars are new and drivers are pleased to help tourists. The cost depends on the taximeter, but an average ride will be between USD 1.50* to USD 2*. At night will be hard to find a taxi driver using the taximeter, even though itís illegal, but they would not charge more than USD 2* to USD 3*. If you come from or go to the airport, they will charge some extra money [between USD 3* to USD 5*]. It's safer to use a radio taxi at night. This units work with radios and you must call them from a telephone. The cab will be there in no more than 5 minutes with no extra charge. Taxis work 24 hours.

*The prices are approximately
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