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Remis Taxi from Ezeiza to city and Tourist Tax

by Bigmac52

Is it just me ? or has the price of a Remis to the city gone up, drastically, in price ?

I will be arriving in B.A. on 13th February and am looking for a Remis to the city and back again on 20th.
Can anyone recommend a reasonably priced Taxi firm or individual who can do these trips without "ripping me off" ?

Also, the Argentine Govt. were talking, some time ago, about introducing a reciprical Entry Tax for citizens of those countries who impose it on Argentines - I think from memory that they were talking around US$130 !!
Does anyone know where this proposal is currenly at ( if anywhere? )

Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give !!



Re: Remis Taxi from Ezeiza to city and Tourist Tax

by TheWanderingCamel

Reciprocal Entry Taxes are just that - reciprocal. If your country charges Argentinian citizens for a visa, you will have to pay a matching amount for your visa Lots of countries apply this rule (eg - the US charges Brazilians $150 for visa, so US citizens must pay a matching $150 to visit Brazil). . Currently Argentina grants free entry to British and US tourists for 90 days.

Re: Remis Taxi from Ezeiza to city and Tourist Tax

by vtveen

Manuel Tienda Leon offers a shuttle bus and remis from the airports to the city:
- remis is 141 pesos
- bus is 40 pesos pp
See for more info: and/or my Transportation Tip -

As far as I know the 'Reciprocity entrance fee' is still not implementated.

happy travels

Re: Remis Taxi from Ezeiza to city and Tourist Tax

by Huentetu

There is no reciprocity fee for entering Argentina. They approved it but never implemented it.

Re: Remis Taxi from Ezeiza to city and Tourist Tax

by cgf

as you get out of arrival terminal, you find more then one remis kiosk. the fare is prepaid, you might check first their price, it may be some differences, I do not thnk too much.

Re: Remis Taxi from Ezeiza to city and Tourist Tax

by Porteno

All the prices have gone up due to the "official" inflation rate of 6% which in reality is closer to 25%. Not sure what you consider "reasonable" but any of the remise services booked at the airport are going to be more expensive than ones you book from the city to pick you up at EZE. I recommend Dante, he charges U$S 30 to pick you up at EZE and take you to the city. Web site is


Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

The firs thing you have to do...

by matiber

The firs thing you have to do when you arrive to Buenos Aires is to know a 'porteño' (BSAS citizen). This is the best way to get to know the mayor part of this city life.
Try my number if you want to. It would be a pleasure for me to assist you during your staying here.

Dog walkers.

by Dizzyhead

This is very common to see in the parks that a boy or a girl walk around with many dogs together. I saw this man in a park in Buenos Aires and he had controll over all dogs. I was really impressed by him.

The Colon Theatre

by Bjorgvin

The Colon Theatre is one of the most famous theatres in the world! It stands out for its architecture and its perfect acoustics. Don’t forget to visit for a guided tour, and maybe you´ll buy a ticket to a concert, an opera session or a ballet performance.


by RafaelTheSecond

Well, the whole coutnry has several great options for you to see many natural spots, in all provinces, but if you chose to stay in Buenos aires, very close to the capital you can have palces like San isidro, with a great national rese4rve called Ribera Norte, there you can watch closerly the rich fauna and flora of the region, and you can also have an idea about how the spanish first found this new land!

You can reach San Isidro easily by train from the Central Station Retiro,. you just get off in the staion of the same name - SAN ISIDRO

October 2nd, 2005


by swesn

The San Telmo area has charming old buildings with wooden doors and iron balconies, and some streets remained cobbled-stoned. This is the traditional corner of Buenos Aires, peppered with many of those lovely, traditional bar-cafes.

There are also antique shops selling all sorts of antiques - old gramophone players, Baroque-style furniture, vases, discoloured posters of Che Guevera, Eva Peron and the likes, glass-wares and crystals, terribly kitsch plastic toys, ancient books and mate cups, boleadoras, etc... Charming, but a little tacky.

On Sunday, Plaza Dorrego is over-run with stalls selling MORE antiques, ancient mates, and other collectibles. Very delightful atmosphere.

Be very careful of pickpockets and robbers.


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