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Archive for the ‘TRANSPORTATION’ Category


Bus

Bus – Buenos Aires has a large and often confusing network of bus lines that go in and out of the city (with various independent bus lines covering the city and its outskirts.  The minimum fare on these lines is $1.50   Check the following website for info on the various lines and geographic areas it […]

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Metro

Metro – Buenos Aires’ Metro system (known locally as the “Subte”—short for subterráneo) opened in 1913, and is the quickest & safe way to get around town.  It has six lines (A, B, C, D, E and H).  Four parallel lines run from downtown to the capital’s western and northern outskirts, while Línea C runs […]

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TAXI

Buenos Aires has over 40,000 taxis in circulation (most of which are painted in black & yellow) and are usually easily to find in the city’s major avenues.  Any taxi with the red-lit “Libre” sign (on the corner of the windshield) is available.  Such taxis are metered.  The initial fare is $10 during the day […]

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