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Travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina

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The city of Tango and juicy steaks, Buenos Aires is a magnificent place to explore. The capital of Argentina and its most populous city with an eclectic mix of European heritage and Latin American architecture offers a quaint and majestic sight. Add on to it, is the dynamic food culture that would leave with you an unforgettable experience.
Seductive, enrapturing and addictive like Tango, the city is hard to leave once you get to know it. Its spirited energy ensures you have a memorable urban adventure.

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Buenos Aires Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets to all the prominent attractions of the city are available online as well as offline. It is recommended that you buy the tickets from this site to evade long lines at the ticket counters and save on your time.

How To Get Around?

Owing to its efficient transportation network, Buenos Aires is easy to explore. The Buenos Aires Subte is the underground subway system that provides quick and easy transportation. Public buses also known as 'bondis' or 'colectivos' have routes covering the entire city. These provide cheaper transportation. To travel by bus or metro you need to purchase the SUBE travel card. Bikes are a great option to explore the city that has 130 km of cycle lanes. Taxis are also good for private transportation or you can even hire a car.

What Should I Wear?

Argentine locals love it casual but have a great dressing sense. Anything tidier and casual will go for day exploration and for evenings you need to dress up a little. It is extremely hot and sweaty in summers, so bring lighter fabrics. Shoes work great but should be stylish enough to match up to the standards of Buenos Aires. Winters are quite cold and wet hence pack accordingly.

Buenos Aires Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

January and February are the summer months of Buenos Aires and the peak tourist season witnessing a lot of crowd and soaring fares. If you wish to evade crowd, then the best time to visit the city is Fall (April to June) and spring (September to December). Weather is pleasant during this time and crowd is comparatively lesser. July and August are cold and wet months.

Currency

Argentina Peso

Will I Need a Guide?

There is no need to book the services of a guide as this site provides you all the necessary details regarding the tour. But, if you are visiting Buenos Aires for the first time then plan your complete trip in advance, so as to get the best experience of the city and avoid any chaos. You can even opt for a guided tour of the city.

How To Get There?

Buenos Aires is served by three airports. Ezeiza International Airport is its main airport that receives several international and domestic flights. Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport is a smaller airport receiving domestic flights and that from neighbouring countries. El Palomar Airport is another airport for low cost domestic flights. Also, there is an efficient coach facility between neighbouring cities and Buenos Aires. Ferries run between Buenos Aires and Colonia de Sacramento and Montevideo in Uruguay. Further, there are many cruise lines that visit the city's cruise terminal.

Additional Info

Please note that Argentina lies in the southern hemisphere and thus experiences a reversed season cycle. Also, beware of pickpockets on the streets and keep your valuables secure.