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Marcelo T. de Alvear 444, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1058, Argentina
Hotel Promenade
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Costs 29% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo33
  • Business38

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by ixvii


Can anybody tell me if children under 5 years-old pay tickets in the subways ?



by vtveen

There is no information on their website:

But if you have to pay it is just 1,10 pesos for a ride.


by cgf

children have to buy tickets since they are four.
1,10? I remembered 1,20.
btw 1USD=3,92746ARS right now.


by vtveen

No, it is just 1,10 pesos. See the Subte website:


by jerry786

A ride on the Subtes (aka metro or subway, underground?) is about US$.25, regardless of distance travelled.There is no discount for age, student status or the number of tickets purchased. Bummer!If your child looks over 4, buy a ticket. Bus fare vary by distance travelled

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by RafaelTheSecond

The neighborhood Abasto is where the famous Tango Singer of all times Carlos Gardel lived in his latest years, and it still keep the environment of quiet and bohemian barrio with its local taverns and colorfour houses, just like this one at Uruguay Street!

September 21st, 2005 Going to Abasto you will find absolutely cheap food, and also one of the most luxurious shoppings in Buenos Aires, the Abasto Shopping Center!


by DPando

Its a pedestrian boulevar that cross microcentro area with two ends, the first just over Plaza de Mayo and the other in Parque San Martin on the way to Retiro first impression there was "WOW" i was overwhelmed ...a milion people walking up and down in a quite narrow street and it was impossible to behold that performance or the stalls that never disappear one follow other with no stop, just the streets and the traffic lights that rule our walk , dont walk. At rush hour is so difficult to enjoy the view because its really crowded and exists a real harm for your wallet .. so never be distracted of your bag or rucksack....despite all this is really interesting to walk along the boulevard...and the most precious thing is the eastern end closer to Plaza San Martin..full of green trees ..excellent moment for relax your body of that stressing sport

News paper's store

by sof76

This is where we buy our news papers and magazines. In most of them you can buy telephone cards and a bus guide called Guia T.

Estos son los puestos de diarios donde compramos nuestros diarios y revistas. En la mayoria de estos kioscos de revistas se pueden comprar tarjetas de telefono y una guia de colectivos llamada Guia T.

Oldest Subway in Latin America

by arikde

The oldest subway in Latin America (and I think #2 in all of America) at Buenos Aires is the blueline that takes you to downtown and the Presidential palace.

You must take a ride on these old cars as they noisly crawl under the streets of Buenos Aires.

Downtown Supermarkets

by Bwana_Brown about Disco or Coto

When we needed to get some supplies for our room, we simply headed out onto the streets of Buenos Aires to do some shopping in one of the many local Supermarket chains. These stores were also well spread around the city and there was a small one from the 'Disco' chain very close to the Internet cafe that we regularly used.

These stores accept credit cards, although you will need to show them your passport and write it's number on the credit card slip. Also, there are small lockers at the entrance where you are supposed to leave your backpack before entering the store. However, we became regulars so the security guard just waved us through! Our shopping needs were simple, bottles of water (US$0.35), sunblock (US$3.50), package of crackers (US$0.47), package of cheese (US$1.20), bottles of wine (US$3-5) and so on. Very economic shopping indeed!


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Address: Marcelo T. de Alvear 444, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1058, Argentina