The Ministro Pistarini International Airport is located in Ezeiza, province of Buenos Aires, and is the country’s main international airport. Lying a 45-minute taxi ride from the city of Buenos Aires, Ezeiza airport is modern, safe, and offers online information on departures and arrivals, flights and everything you need to know when entering the country. There are also taxis, private car companies, shuttle and bus services 24/7.

Aeroparque Jorge Newbery: located on the city waterfront, the domestic airport is a hub for all national flights in Argentina as well as those from neighboring countries. Recently refurbished, the airport is modern, safe and offers online flight information.


Taxis are distinguished by their black and yellow colors and can be hailed directly on the street or ordered by phone.
The fare depends on the distance and time taken, and is shown in pesos on the meter which is above the passenger seat. A nighttime extra is added to the fare between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., which is 20% higher than the daytime rate.


The city makes it easy for visitors and locals to travel its streets in an economical, ecological and healthy way. EcoBici, the self-service public bicycle system, allows you to take a bike from one of the many stands around the city and use it for an hour free of charge. On weekends and holidays, you can use it for two hours free of charge. For more information about EcoBici and the city's bike path network, visit:

Private car companies, or remises:

Private chauffeur-driven cars hired to travel to a specific destination with a fixed fare that depends on the distance.

Car rentals:

To rent a car you need to be over 21 years old, have a valid driver's license which is at least two years old, and a credit card with sufficient limit to cover both rental and the guarantee.

City buses or colectivos:

There are over 180 urban bus lines serving all the neighborhoods in the city which can be distinguished by number. They run every day, some of them 24/7. There are different fare bands, and you pay when you get on using a pre-paid SUBE card which can be purchased and re-charged at most kiosks.

Subway – the Subte:

There are six subway lines running through the city: A, B, C, D, E and H. You can pay the fixed fare for all routes using a pre-paid SUBE card or buy tickets at any of the stations. The Subte runs from Monday to Saturday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Sundays and holidays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Some lines may run on a slightly longer schedule.

Line A: From Primera Junta (Caballito neighborhood) to Plaza de Mayo (Center).

Line B: From Los Incas (Urquiza neighborhood) to Leandro N. Alem (Microcenter).

Line C: From Constitución to Retiro.

Line D: From Congreso de Tucumán (Belgrano neighborhood) to Catedral (Center).

Line E: From Plaza de los Virreyes (Lugano) to Bolívar (Center).

Line H: From Parque Patricios to Plaza Once


The suburban rail network is a good alternative if you are traveling to outlying districts, or if you want to get to know tourist areas outside the radius of the city. According to the destination, there are different railway terminuses, located in different neighborhoods in Buenos Aires.

Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Line: Once Terminus Station (Bartolomé Mitre 2851)

General Belgrano Line: Retiro terminus station (Av. De los Inmigrantes 1950)

General Bartolomé Mitre Line: Retiro terminus station (JM Ramos Mejía 1302)

General Roca Line: Constitution terminus station (General Hornos 11)

General San Martín Line: Retiro terminus station (J. M. Ramos Mejía 1552)

General Urquiza Line: Federico Lacroze terminus station (Av. Federico Lacroze and Av. Corrientes)