Cabildo Suites Hotel

Av Cabildo 1950, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 8118, Argentina
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Baggage Storage Ezeiza

by janechristians

Is it possible to store bags overnight at Ezeiza Airport in Buenos Aires?

Re: Baggage Storage Ezeiza

by kiwigal_1

Hi there,

Yes there is Baggage Storage available in Terminal A.

Cheers,
Rhianon

Re: Baggage Storage Ezeiza

by janechristians

Thanks for your reply.Do you by any chance have the name of the company so that I may telephone them in advance? Our flight out of BA leaves at 7:30 am and I am afraid that the office won't be open in time to retrieve the baggage before depature.Once again, many thanks.

Re: Baggage Storage Ezeiza

by kiwigal_1

Some spanish language websites offer the following information for these places:
Guardamaletas
> Terminal A > Arribos > PB > Sector Público.
Teléfono: (54 11) 5480 1231

Transbag
> Terminal A > Partidas > PB > Sector Público.
> Terminal A > Arribos > PB > Sector Público.
Teléfono: (54 11) 5480 0084

I have not checked whether either are current though as I am not in BA.

Good luck,
Rhianon

Re: Baggage Storage Ezeiza

by sheherezad

No, there is NO LONGER baggage storage facility at EZE, as I found out upon arrival there Oct 13, 2010 :( So, I had to take a taxi into town with my suitcases since dragging them around for my 2 nights' stay (after flying in from KUL for 22+hours) would have been impractical.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Money

by VeronicaG

We found that most places did not appreciate taking the larger bills we received from the ATM's. Smaller denominations were appreciated. However, when we stated that we had no smaller bills it was taken without further comment. The excitement of the city was electric!

Central Bank

by sof76

The Central Bank of Argentina was created in 1935. It is a self-governed body of the National Government, regulated by its Charter and by the Financial Institutions Act.
it has a Museum inside:
The Museum has a permanent exhibit showing its major items. Temporary numismatic exhibits are held on different historical, social and political issues.
The Museum includes a large library open to the public which covers a wide range of general subjects as well as volumes specialising in numismatics, Argentine history and museum-related studies. The library is open Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Its varied material is periodically updated with the addition of national and foreign books, publications, journals, and catalogues.
Guided visits must be arranged in advance by telephone. School groups and adult visitors are welcome to join in these tours accompanied by guides specialised in the history of Argentine currency. Visits are supplemented with audio-visual aids. Teachers and students are given reference material on the different national currency issues.

El Banco Central de Argentina fue creado en 1935.
Existe un museo dentro del Banco Central.

Address: Reconquista 266

Phone: 4348-3500 / 4000-1200

Website: http://www.bcra.gov.ar Address: Reconquista 266

MY ARGENTINEAN FAMILY

by RafaelTheSecond

My local custon tips are lighter...nothing to do with the protests we saw almost every week at Mayo Square, I just want to show you how normal and very family based life is in Argentina. In this country I have also my family, they are very close friends of mine, and this is my crazy and best friend in Argentina, we know each other for more than 10 years I guess, I think it is almost 11 years, and he is my great great brother!

We took this picture in my second weekend in Buenos Aires, it is in the suburbs of the city, in a very pleasant place in the Province called Martinez!

Sep 16th, 2005

Colonia de Sacramento in Uruguay

by realde14

From Buenos Aires, you can easily visit Colonia de Sacramento, a small colonial town in Uruguay, right across the River Plate. Colonia with its barrio historico is one of the best preserved colonial cities in Latin America. Built in 1680 by the Portuguese, it used to be a rival to Buenos Aires with its contraband activities. Today, it is very charming small village and a perfect getaway from bustling Buenos Aires.

Several fast ferries leave from Puerto Madero and pass formalities are very fast.

A Beautiful Shopping Mall

by lkdahl about Galerías Pacífico

Galerías Pacífico is a very beautiful shopping mall in Centro. It is not very big mall, but the building, both from the inside and outside is magnificent. Features many trendy US and European retailers as well as Argentine.

The attracts alot of tourists and in every store almost all of the store clerks speak some English. The mall caters towards the well to do and tourists so prices are higher than in other shopping areas. Most of the shops will take US dollars for goods and services.

The center dome has frescoes and glass ceilings. The center area is also open on all levels and has a fountain on the basement level. On the lower level surrounding the fountain is the foodcourt. Just about everything is available. As much as you want or as little as you want. Depending upon what you want to buy.

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Address: Av Cabildo 1950, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 8118, Argentina