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While Ivan's answer is the most economical option, I disagree that there's not a shuttle. For inexperienced travellers who may not speak the language, there ARE taxis from both airports as well. There is also a shuttle/bus company called Manuel Tienda León. I used them. For 45-50 ARS, they'll take you to the city to just near Retiro (the main bus station ...


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In Buenos Aires there are 2 airports: Aeroparque (AEP) and Ezeiza (EZE). First one is smaller and closer to the city center. If you arrive to AEP you have to take a "colectivo". It's a bus that goes from the airport to the center stopping when somebody pushes the stop button. Very easy :) When I was in Buenos Aires (2008), it cost 1$ (ARS, about 0'20 ...


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If you are arriving from an international flight, you will probably land in Ezeiza (EZE). There you have two good options: Remis (car with driver): When you arrive, after the customs control, you will see a bunch of stalls selling this service. There is a flat fare to the city center of around AR$200. Some companies are cheaper than other, shop around ...


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There are a range of options to get into town (Manuel Tienda Leon - a shuttle company, local buses or taxi) - see the piece on Wikitravel. EZE is about 30-45 min from downtown by taxi, although during busy times it can be longer. From town to AEP, it's easier - about 20 minutes by taxi. Your best bet given your tight time-frame is to get a taxi from one ...



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