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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Transportation

LAN AIRLINES, a member of the Oneworld Alliance, flies you from more cities across the world to Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Buenos Aires International Airport is the country's leading international airport (EZE), only 22 km/13 miles or about 40 minutes from the city center, easily accessible by buses, shuttles, taxis and private sedan transfers commonly know as "remise". Buenos Aires offers the most direct international flights out of any other city in Argentina.

 
Public Transportation
General Information

The Buenos Aires commuter network system is very extensive: every day more than 1.3 million people commute to the Argentine capital. The Buenos Aires Metro (locally known as Subte, from "subterráneo" meaning underground or metro), is a high‑yield system providing access to various parts of the city. There are over 150 city bus lines called Colectivos, each one managed by an individual company. Buenos Aires is also served by a ferry system operated by the company Buquebus that connects the port of Buenos Aires with the main cities of Uruguay.

Taxis

Taxis are very common and relatively accessible price‑wise. They have different colors and fares in different cities, though a highly contrasted black‑and‑yellow design is common. Call‑taxi companies (radio‑taxis) are very common and safe. The "remise" is another form of hired transport: they are very much like call‑taxis and trip fares are agreed beforehand, although there are often fixed prices for common destinations.

By AIR From:HRS
Santiago2.0
Sao Paulo2.0
Lima4.0
Bogota5.45
Miami8.5
New York10.0
Los Angeles12.0
Toronto11.0