Ghosts of the Buenos Aires Subway

Line A of the Buenos Aires Subte, completed in 1913, is the oldest subway line in South America. According to city’s folklore, it is also its most haunted. Even though …

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Buenos Aires Airport Pick-up & Transfers

Argentina’s main international airport, Ministro Pistarini (commonly called Ezeiza) is 35 km from the Buenos Aires city center and is not serviced by subway or light-rail. After a long international …

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Subte: The Buenos Aires Subway

Part of the daily grind for residents, visitors will find the Buenos Aires subte provides fluorescent-hued flickerings of insight into the lives of porteños of all incomes. In among tired …

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Ten Tips for Hitchhiking in Argentina

Hitchhiking is legal throughout Argentina and is making a comeback among young backpackers. In more remote areas some locals hitchhike everyday, as it is the only mode of ‘public’ transport …

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The Buses of Buenos Aires

The buses of Buenos Aires are like old men in a bar – loud, smoky, rough around the edges, but dependably, they always show up – usually sooner rather than …

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