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Montevideo 337, Buenos Aires, 1019, Argentina
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AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by wilocrek

I know that the EZE airport requires a $140 fee for US citizens. I will be flying into AEP from Rio de Janiero...will there be a fee at that airport as well?

Re: AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by hawkhead

Some what I read, yes! As I understand it, the fee is for the lifetime of your US passport. Canadians have to pay per entry!!

Re: AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by Huentetu

The fee is only collected if flying into Ezeiza. For US citizens it is good for 10 yrs even in an expired passport. Note that AEP will close from about the 20th October for about 50 days. All flights will go to Ezeiza. Whether the fee will be charged for passengers who would normally have flown into AEP is anyone's guess.

Re: AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by TexasDave

So far the fee is only being collected at EZE, no other airport or any land border crossing. Of course, that is subject to change at any time.

Re: AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by jerry786

An excellent point was made about Aeroparque being closed for a (at least) 50 days period. I'd love to be a fly on the wall listening to a tourist tell the Customs person that they were supposed to fly into Aeroparque and of course shouldn't have to pay the tax. Not going to happen. I wouldn't be surprised if Aregntina is so happy with this unexpected revenue that they implement the fee at Aeroparque in the near future. What about the ferries from Uruguay?

Re: AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by TexasDave

Arrivals on the ferry don't pay either, ONLY EZE..

Re: AEP Airport Fee's for US citizens

by jerry786

What I meant is that perhaps they will charge the fee for people arriving from Uruguay on ferries or rowing across. Don't worry, everyone, Christy and probaby few if any of her advisors can read English.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Consider bike tours vs. bus tours

by ilyathemuromets

A friend and I took a bus tour and it was ok but the problem was that it took us no less than an hour to go around hotels to pick up people. And the same happened on the way back. So two hours from the tours was wasted. Next day we took a bike tour. Total different story, we met the tour guide at a specified place, not too far from the Obelisk, and so did all other people. The group was small, perhaps seven people. We spend the day biking around Buenos Aires and saw everything up-close, maybe many stops and the tour guide was very knowledgeable and spoke great English. The only thing was that there are not too many bike lanes so sometimes we were biking along the cars, so just a heads up for those who get nervous easy. Overall, it was a great experience.


by DPando

Its one of the most famous or the most famous bohemian and glamorous places in Bs As located in Avenida de mayo between Piedras and Peru "subte" stations has a great fame among the locals and as some of them told me its not cheap.. i didnt get in because sincerely i saw so dark and for elder people !! maybe was my mistake but .uuhmm i didnt like it !! lol !! so feel free to punish me if you dare to get in when you are there !!

Buenos Aires is the birthplace...

by lihue

Buenos Aires is the birthplace of Tango. All over the city, you can listen to Tango tunes and watch Tango dancers starting to dance impromptu.
This is best to be seen in barrio La Boca, a few colorful streets, which attracts tourist from everywhere. See my La Boca travelogue for some more pictures.

Feria de Mataderos

by goshawk301

Country descends on the city on Sundays! You get to experience it in this fun Sunday fair, held in a bit nondescript square in the Mataderos district, on the far western outskirt of the city. Getting out there and back could be a bit of effort (we drove, in which case early start is recommended in order to get parking).

The fair gets going in earnest at eleven o'clock in the morning, starting with a patriotic ceremony of flag-raising and playing of the national anthem. On the mainstage there is continuous music and dancing both from the city and the country - tango dancers and musicians, as well as gauchos with guitar. The air is thick with delicious barbecue smell, and you'd certainly want to munch on choripan (chorizo hotdog) as you stroll and explore the fair.

The square is filled with crafts booths selling leather goods, ponchos, mate pipes and cups, gaucho knives, native crafts from the mountains - I bought a pair of little alpaca socks for my newborn nephew.

I got the greatest pleasure out of just watching people dance. Many of them wear gaucho costumes, and the older the dancer, the more graceful his/her movement seemed - hope I would be like that in my old age!

Pedestrian shopping heaven

by Dabs about Calle Florida (Florida street)

If you've come to Buenos Aires to shop, then you will want to check out Calle Florida, one of Buenos Aires pedestrian only streets with wall to wall shopping, starting at Plaza San Martin pretty much all the way to Diagonal Norte. There's Galerias Pacifico at Av. Cordoba, a huge shopping mall with around 180 shops, leather shops lining both sides of the streets, other malls carrying electronics and clothes and well, you name it!


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