Buenos Aires Hotel map and travel info
- The main international airport in Buenos Aires is Ezeiza, which is around 30km from the centre of town. The drive should take 40 minutes, but allow up to 90 minutes in rush hour. There are licensed cabs at official stands at the airport or book a radio taxi (+54 11 4931 1200); expect to spend US$25 each way. There's a domestic airport (Aeroparque Jorge Newbery) nearer the city centre.
- Sail across to Buenos Aires from Colonia or Montevideo in Uruguay with Buquebus (www.buquebus.com).
- The central hub for trains is Consitución station; Ferrobaires (www.gba.gov.ar) and TBA (www.tbanet.com.ar) operate services out of here, bound for cities including Miramar and Santa Fe. Buenos Aires also has a five-line metro system, known as the subte (www.metrovias.com.ar).
- You’ll be able to get around the city easily enough using the metro | your legs and buses | but if you prefer to have a car | pick one up from the Hertz desk at 1138 Paraguay (+54 11 4816 8001; www.hertz.com) or Ezeiza Airport (+54 11 4480 0054).