Getting Around Buenos Aires
With hundreds of bus lines, chaotic transit patterns and city maps that rarely point north, moving around Buenos Aires may seem overwhelming. But with a little guidance, it’s actually an extremely navigable city and getting around won’t be too hard.
Head downtown on South America’s first and oldest subway line, spend a day on foot wandering through Buenos Aires’ diverse neighborhoods, or just hop in a taxi to grab dinner at a local restaurant and you’ll be surprised just how far you can get!
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Colonia del Sacramento is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires city, an excellent day trip across the river that offers you an opportunity to relax in a peaceful, beachfront town in Uruguay.
Having trouble getting around the city? If taxis seem too costly and the subway is sweltering, use this step-by-step guide for catching the bus in Buenos Aires to learn the ins and outs of traveling by ‘colectivo.’
Traveling by cab in the city of Fair Winds is an easy and fairly affordable option. Read here everything you need to know about taking a taxi in Buenos Aires, from rates to routes to common scams.
North, center or south – which part of Buenos Aires will suit you best for your stay? Find out about the areas of Microcentro, San Telmo, Monserrat, Recoleta, Retiro, Barrio Norte, Palermo and more.