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Transportation - Getting Around in Buenos Aires - Argentina

Buses - Buenos Aires


Buenos Aires has an almost hopelessly vast, complex and extensive bus network. A few weeks of using it will probably give you a good idea of the basic framework but most tourists do not have that long, so they have to rely on outside help. Buses that run in the city are called collectivos and...

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Car for hire - Buenos Aires

Car for hire

The traffic in Buenos Aires is fairly stressful so driving by yourself is not recommended. Walking or public transport is generally better for your blood pressure and fitness. If you know the area and want some adventure however, there are several car rental places that are easy to access.Read More

Driving Tips - Buenos Aires

Driving Tips

The road rules in Buenos Aires and most of Argentina in fact, are treated more like suggestions by the locals so the most important part of driving would be to be defensive. Stay away from crowded areas and work out beforehand the route you are going to take. Also remember that Argentina has one of...

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From the airport - Buenos Aires

From the airport

There are two airports in Buenos Aires, Ezeiza International (called Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini) and the domestic Jorge Newbery Airport (called Aeroparque). They are fairly close to the city, about a half hour drive by highways.

As Argentina has been a tourist hub for...

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Metro - Buenos Aires


Tren subterráneo (underground train), or Subte as it is called for short by the Porteños, is the metro system in Buenos Aires. It is quick and frequent and not too complicated to understand. At rush hour however, it is likely that you will miss a couple of trains simply because there are too many...

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Taxi - Buenos Aires


Taxis are easy to find as there are so many of them on the streets with their tell tale yellow and black exterior. The upper right corner of the windscreen should have a red light on if the taxi is free and make sure they are metered before getting in. The city is divided into equal squares with...

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Train - Buenos Aires


The above ground railway system, although just as efficient as the subway, takes a bit more getting used to because each line is owned by different companies and this dictates the safety and cleanliness of the ride. The train network is laid out in the shape of a star. Almost all the suburbs are...

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