Nuss Buenos Aires

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El Salvador 4916, Buenos Aires, C1414BPN, Argentina
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Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by nomad7890

When I arrive in BA I will need to switch from the Int'l EZE airport to the domestic AEP airports for my first Aerolineas Argentinas flight to Iguazu.

What is the best option to get from EZE to AEP?

I checked w/Transfer Express and the quote is $135 ... not sure yet if this is Argent. or USD.

Fortunately I had built up, as usual, ample time between arrival and departure because at first I was in a rush and did not notice the separate airports. There is a flight from EZE ... but with a stop, and it's too early.

I am hoping Aerolineas will behave timewise - I have heard the horror stories but seems like the best option now ;=)

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by TexasDave

That is the price in pesos (or should be, at least)

Here are two other choices:

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by cgf

135 ARS (pesos) could be the right price today for a chauffeur car (remis) like TransferExpress from EZE to AEP, about one/one and half hour - less during weekends. You could save some money if you'll find outside an BsAs taxi, not white like the Ezeiza's one, but the ones yellow and black as those taxis should go back empty.
Take time from one flight to an other, not only the transfer as if there are more then 2 flights arriving at same time to get out from EZE it could takes quite a little time to pass the passport controll and recevive luggage plus there is coustom, but if you have nothing like eating things this is only the line waiting and none will ask you to open your luggages.
what else? do not worry too much about Aerolinas, also when you'll land (and tak off) at Usuahia, they know how to "gain" the wind."

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by nomad7890

Thanks for the responses!

What did you mean "gain the wind" ...?

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by cgf

At Ushuaia it could be a little bit windy, be also aware when you'll open the car's doors, try to image an airplane landing/taking off there :-)
Do not worry, pilots are expert there and the new airport has been made with the normal orentation of the wind gusts.
probably "gain" is not very corect, "win"?

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by vtveen


Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by gfinesilver

as you've by now discovered, there isn't a public way to get to AEP from EZE (well there is but i don't think you want to know about it).

it's a good thing you've given yourself time, but are you flying into with aerolineas?

Telered has competitive prices

The cheapest will be to walk out of the airport and get a yellow cab (it should be the cheapest, you'll have to compare the price to what the remises inside tell you, but if it is more expensive, they are scamming you).

This isn't something you really have to reserve ahead of time. You won't save any money.

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by nomad7890

Thanks! - no I'm not flying Aerolineas into BA.

I did move my Iguazu flight an hour later before I finalized (paid) for the reservation, so feel better now.

Re: Transportation between EZE and AEP airports

by virtual786

The best and least expensive way to go from EZE to AEP would be take the Manuel Tienda Leon bus ( The price is $45.00 or about US$13.00.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires


by acemj

I'm no expert on South America, but I've often heard it said that Buenos Aires is the most European and elegant city in the region. I can attest to the fact that the city is full of beautiful buildings, squares and avenues that rival those of many European cities I've visited. There is refinement to the way the city is laid out and in the integrity of the architecture.

Persicco was my favorite Gelato!

by AlekToronto

believe me I tried them all in BA, Freddo, et all and even thou it is a bit more $$ I enjoyed Persicco the most.
they have a really funky website with their locations listed:

Horse backriding with gauchos

by Waterdance

If you like horse riding, you come to Argentina and you have the time, this might be an unique opportunity to ride in the Andes in the Northwest of Argentina...!

We are befriended with gauchos in the Northwest who organize horse backrides for 3 up to 10 days. Usual Argentinian tours offered in Europe cost a lot more, and you usually only depart in groups. We can bring you directly in contact with the gauchos. You can ride with your friend or partner with your own private gaucho guides and you save money. These are very authentique journeys with local gauchos deep into the remote & magnificent mountains of Salta province. They are used to guide foreigners, used to give a high level of service, have tents and cook all the time for you. For the 7-10 day trip you cross a spectacular pass of nearly 5000 metres altitude, but even for 3 days it is worth the journey & experience ! We can send you a few independant reviews published on the web. They are all very positive.

You can travel to Salta by luxury sleeping bus (travel of about 18-20 hours) or by plane.

Contact us by our website (but on time, eg minimum 1-2 months ahead as everything needs to be prepared for a trekking in the mountains). All is arranged.

The Costanera Sur

by wadekorzan

If you like to go walking in a place full of locals, you'll like the promenade here in Costanera Sur on the weekend. It's a broad promenade where many locals go to stroll, rollerblade, drink mate, and socialize. There are some restaurants and small places to get a bite to eat, some nice sculptures, and some great places to sit in the shade. This is a little off the beaten path for most tourists yet it is conveniently located behind Puerto Madero in the direction of the river.


by K-nalla about Tango shows - Tango places

There are a thousand and one places in BsAs to go tango. Milongas start around 1300 and go till one or 2 on weekdays and 7 on weekends. Jump from one to the next and never miss a beat, or just pick one or two per day. I sugest the later untill you get in shape, which you will need. Trust me, i burnt myself during the day the first days and couldnt make it pass midnight. Pick up the milonga schedule at the A+ BAs (tourist center) or make your own walk thru the most renown ones. There are a lot of tourist but the most of them know thier tango and the mix with the locals makes it incredible. A few to mention: La Viruta, MichelAngelo, El Viejo Almacen, Confiteria Ideal, Tango Brujo, La Catedral y mas. Quite a few of these offer free lesons and live music. Oh! Beware of Argentine Rulesof Engagement before going in. Enjoy. Tango shoes are not required but they certainly help.


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