Buenos Aires Transportation

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    Subway train tracks
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    Taxis on a busy street
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  • 1. To/From Airport - A/Desde Aeropuerto

    I found very few information on how to get to Ezeiza airport and how to get back to the city center (Capital Federal). Going there by taxi would be the fastest and the most expensive option. However,...

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  • 2. Subway = Subte

    We had so much fun riding the Subte, although crowded and quite hot for lack of air conditioning, the Subte provided us with the best means of transportation in Buenos Aires from our hotel in Palermo...

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  • 3. International Airport - EZE

    Ezezia is the international airport in Buenos Aires and if you are arriving/departing on an international flight you will be transiting through here. The airport is quite small for an international...

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  • 4. Taxis

    During my first visit to Buenos Aires we arranged with our hotel for a taxi to be waiting for us upon our arrival, so once exiting customs we were greeted by our taxi driver, Luis. The ride to our...

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  • 5. Trains = Trenes

    Buenos Aires has 7 lines of trains inside the province. Linea Belgrano Norte Linea Belgrano Sur Linea Mitre Linea Roca Linea San Martin Linea Sarmiento Linea Urquiza The Mitre train is very safe and...

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  • 6. To/From Uruguay = A/Desde Uruguay

    Uruguay is just a few hours from Buenos Aires, a day trip to Colonia is worth to do so There are daily journeys to and from Colonia and Montevideo in Uruguay. Three companies operate this...

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  • 7. National Airport - Jorge Newbery

    A very nice and clean airport, this was our gateway to Iguazu. We arrived for an early flight on LAN to the falls and we didn't wait too long at the check in counter. The agent was quite nice letting...

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  • 8. Long Distance Buses

    You can go to Buenos Aires from the whole country or from neighbour countries by bus; the arrival point is Terminal Retiro, a really huge bus station. Distances usually are long, so you will arrive...

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  • 9. Buses arround Buenos Aires

    I heard that there are over 146 different bus lines (collectivos) in Buenos Aires and it is quite evident as I saw so many different numbers that I felt confused and dizzy at times. We actually used...

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  • 10. Tarjeta SUBE / SUBE card

    La tarjeta SUBE es un sistema prepago a través del cual pueden abonarse viajes en colectivos, subtes, trenes y peajes de capital. La Tarjeta SUBE es del tamaño...

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  • 11. Transportation not too bad, and cheap!

    Generally speaking, the public transport system in Buenos Aires is pretty reliable and cheap. The subte (subway) takes you to most parts of the city, and is...

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  • 12. Remiter S.A. (Remises from Retiro Bus Station)

    Retiro Bus Sation is situated in an unsafe part of Buenos Aires where petty crime is a big issue for travellers walking through the area from the bus station to...

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  • 13. Subway

    The subway is conveient and easy to use . There are four lines covering a good portion of the city .The price is only 1.10 peso each way and they rune until...

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  • 14. Radio Cabs

    Yello and black taxis are everywhere in the city and although we did our fare share of walking ,in the evenings we caught cabs . They are metered abd cheap .We...

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  • 15. What the Guia T doesn't cover

    I loved taking the train to places a little outside of the city. It's super cheap and great for people watching. Remis are good for late at night or when it's...

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  • 16. Admiral's Club JFK

    Before we boarded our flight to Buenos Aires; Liz, Rob and I relaxed in the Admiral's Club. Having status on AA grants Liz and I access to this lounge. I was...

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  • 17. Subte and Colectivo

    The public transport in B.A. is on buses, here called "Colectivo" which reach every place and are very frequent but it is not too easy to decipher the system....

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  • 18. Road Signs

    Sometimes it can be hard to spot street signs. A lot of streets have company sponsored signs in black and red clearly posted, but on smaller streets you'll...

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  • 19. how to move around

    Oh yes, Buenos Aires is a big city with millions of people and millions of cars. Sometimes the traffic is really grande, and the pollution everywhere! The...

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  • 20. A VERY OLD SUBWAY TRAIN STILL WORKS!

    I really do not know which line you can find this unique train, but it is easy to find because it belongs to the same line which ends in Retiro Train Station....

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  • 21. Taxi Etiquette

    Buenos Aires has more than 38,000 taxis, more than any other city in the world. Radio taxis have meters and you will rarely spend more than $4 US on a ride in...

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  • 22. Walking

    It's very easy to move around Buenos Aires on foot, because the blocks are all square, as opposed to many cities in Europe. All of them are signaled in the...

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  • 23. Retiro train station

    Retiro train station has some fantastic edwardian architectural components including disused cast iron art nouveau elevator entrances on the platforms. Most of...

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  • 24. Buenos Aires Metro

    A fantastically easy and relatively safe subway system. There are still a few remnants of the original subway decorations at some of the stops. Linea C had some...

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  • 25. Travel agents

    While in Buenos Aires I used travel agents to assist me for several trips. I have especially good experiences with these two travel agencies:Biscaro-Donnet at...

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