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Let’s talk about public transport in Buenos Aires. How to get around in the city, where to buy a public transport card and how to use it. We will mention the bus, subway (metro system), and the suburban train in Buenos Aires. Read our other articles about to get around in the city with a bike or electric scooter. Read also: how to use the electric scooters in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Public Transport in…

Do you want to buy tickets to see a match of Boca Juniors? Let’s keep the story short: it’s almost impossible. However, there is a way that a tourist can buy a Boca Juniors ticket. Read also: The history of La Boca (why blue and yellow, what’s famous, …) It is a dream of many football fans. Attend a match at La Bombonera. Boca Juniors plays its matches at the La Bombonera stadium and is…

La Boca Buenos Aires sounds familiar to everyone. For the colorful streets, the history of tango or just the football team Boca Juniors. It is one of the most talked-about neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. We give you all the information: the history, what to do in La Boca and is La Boca safe for you? Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires (areas and neighborhoods) The history of La Boca, Buenos Aires In 1536,…

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, we went for a walk in Puerto Madero. It was much calmer on the streets than on a normal day at the weekend. Buenos Aires is currently still under strict lockdown. Residents of the city are allowed to go outside but not further than the city borders. Read also: where should you stay in Buenos Aires? Puerto Madero is the newest neighborhood in Buenos Aires. But before that area was…

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)…

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,…

Buenos Aires is the Latin American metropolis. Besides that Buenos Aires is known as the birthplace of the tango, it has many more surprising facts that you know. Let’s check it out. Here are our top 5 cool facts about Buenos Aires 😀 Read also: top 10 things to do in Buenos Aires 1. Bookstores everywhere With over more than 700 bookstores located in Buenos Aires, it has the most bookstores per capita than any…

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…

Buenos Aires is a burgeoning tourist hot spot. In 2018, this bustling city welcomed 2.7 million guests — a 5% increase from the previous year that helped generate upwards of $2 billion (S145 billion) for La Reina del Plata. With the national government introducing tax incentives to Buenos Aires’ hospitality industry, tourism in the city is expected to be more robust in the coming years, particularly when the world recovers from the health situation it is facing…

The new orange Buenos Aires city bikes system (EcoBici) is popping up in the streets. The totally renewed bike system has over 4000 points across the capital city. It is day and night available, and free! Read also: How to use electric scooters in Buenos Aires Do you want to discover Buenos Aires by bike? With more than 130km bike lanes, it’s one of the best ways to discover Buenos Aires. However, keep your eyes…

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