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Planning your domestic flights in Argentina? Nothing that difficult to find the right domestic flight in Argentina. For example, Skyscanner, Google Flights, offer a lot of options. But, we give you some tips about where to start your trip, domestic flight connections in Argentina, what about the Argentina air pass, and are the low-cost airlines reliable? Read also: can you take domestic flights at residents’ fare? Domestic flights in Argentina Follow airlines are operating domestic…

Get cheaper domestic flights rate in Argentina by flying with Aerolineas Argentinas. The airline uses two prices: non-residents’ fare and residents’ fare. This can result in a big price difference. Especially when you plan to fly to Ushuaia or further destinations in Argentina. Let’s get a vacation out of Buenos Aires city and explore Argentina! Read also: secrets about domestic flights in Argentina How get cheaper domestic flights in Argentina? There is more than one…

Welcome to Argentina! The home of the Argentinian Peso (ARS). The Argentinian Peso is a very vulnerable currency. Here we give you the best tips on how safe exchange money in Buenos Aires, the best places to exchange money and even sometimes make a profit! We will talk about: ATM withdrawals, Exchange bureau’s, Calle Florida (black market), XOOM and Western Union, Creditcard and, paying directly in Dollar or Euro in stores. TIP: don’t change your…

Great, you’re thinking to move to Argentina and especially to Buenos Aires. As a foreigner finding an English speaking job in Buenos Aires isn’t that easy. There is some administration to do and get ready for sometimes the slow response. We updated this article to get you the best and correct information possible. Do you have already a DNI? Then you can go directly to number 3 below. 1. Before moving to Buenos Aires Argentina…

Argentina has some secrets. Most of them are well known for all the residents of Buenos Aires but for tourists, it can be pretty surprising.  These are things Argentinians will not tell you and we found out when living in the heart of Argentina. Read also: top 10 things to do in Buenos Aires Things Argentinians will not tell you Why do we write about this? It’s actually funny after a while. First, you think…

Ministro Pistarini International Airport Ezeiza (EZE) is the only airport that receives international flights from all over the world such as North-America, Europe, Oceania, …  Below you find the best way getting from Ezeiza Buenos Aires airport to Buenos Aires city, tested by locals. We checked all the ways for getting from Buenos Aires international airport to Buenos Aires city. Read more: how to get to El Palomar airport? Getting from Buenos Aires international airport to…

Let’s take a plane from El Palomar Airport (EPA) in Buenos Aires. The airport is about 30 minutes away from the city center. More or less the same distance as the international airport Ezeiza Buenos Aires. But, how to get to El Palomar airport in Buenos Aires? At the moment of writing, only Flybondi and JetSmart airlines are operating from EPA. Both companies are low-cost airlines. For a cheap price, you can fly to Bariloche,…

The electric scooter arrived in Buenos Aires. Grin, Lime, MOVO, and Glovo GO are active in the city. The scooters are ideal for moving around quickly in Buenos Aires. At the same time, it is for the daredevils among us to ride an electric scooter in Buenos Aires. The traffic is not always ideal and bike lanes are scarce is some areas. Read also: how to use public transport in Buenos Aires (subway, bus, tram)…

When strolling around in Buenos Aires’ oldest neighborhood San Telmo, you will meet Mafalda and her friends. Especially when you’re walking in the street Defensa. That is also where the market “Feria de San Telmo is held every Sunday. Who is that little girl sitting on the bank and what the story behind Mafalda in San Telmo? Read also: are you going to see the best tango show in Buenos Aires? Mafalda in San Telmo:…

Maybe you’re wondering if it’s worth the price to take the Buenos Aires city tour bus also known as the hop on hop off bus Buenos Aires. You see the yellow and red double-deck buses driving in the city and pretty tempting to sit on the upper deck in the sun. Hop on hop off! Read also: getting around in Buenos Aires with public transport The tours of hop on hop off bus Buenos Aires…

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