Transportation in Buenos Aires

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Transportation in Buenos Aires

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  • organicprof
    Baltimore, Maryland196 contributions
    Take the A subway and get off at Puan. Walk a few blocks along Av. Rivadavia, turn right on Emilio Mitre, Walk four blocks to corner of Emilio Mitre and Av.Jose Bonifacio. You'll probably see folks already standing in line to catch this free tram. The ride is about 20 min., punctuated in the middle with a description (in Spanish) of these old trams, after which one of the motormen presents calendars, key chains, mugs, etc.for purchase to support these old trams. A calendar is 150 pesos. We love old trams/trains anyway and this was a good way to walk around a different neighborhood. Limited hours, only Sat. and Sun.
    Written January 5, 2020
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  • soniawasabi
    Buenos Aires, Argentina5,991 contributions
    As buses, trains, taxis and other ways of traveling around in Buenos AIres, the "Subte" (the short word for subterraneo that means "underground") is OK. Like in other big cities it is fast and easy, but you don't have the chance to look around. Anyway it is a good way to travel. You have to get the SUBE card in any underground station and charge a certain amount of money. It is not an unlimited-ride card. It is the only way to travel in subte and buses in Buenos Aires.
    Written February 1, 2020
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  • Chinapjs
    Washington DC, DC3,780 contributions
    Easiest, least expensive way to go to Montevideo from Buenos Aires. Lots of day trippers on the weekend. Interesting ride and you might see dolphins or even a whale during season. Can be very crowded. Worth looking into first class.
    Written March 7, 2022
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  • Ben F
    Bloomington, IN1,071 contributions
    While I would’ve appreciated amenities like Wifi, I can’t complain too much. Colonia Express got me to my destination safely, quickly, and affordably. The duration to/from Buenos Aires and Colonia is around an hour, and customer service agents are helpful and friendly. Lines may be long for immigration and disembarking, but it is nice that customs is handled (for Uruguay) on the Argentine side fairly hassle-free. Be sure to have all the requirements for life’s never-ending COVID circumstances in hand as you enter the ferry stations.

    Thank you for the rides, Colonia Express!
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • anddurb
    Chicago, IL8 contributions
    Ask questions of police on duty and ticket agents, since the close to 100 gates and many bus lines can be confusing.
    Written March 29, 2018
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  • KayakingFamily
    Michigan59 contributions
    David Transfer Taxi was great. Our group of six people travelled from EZE to downtown BA, and back again a few days later. Someone was waiting for us at the airport just outside customs, and arrived on time (5:00 AM) for our return trip to the airport. Prices were reasonable, and communication through email and WhatsApp was clear and effective. We communicated directly with David. We would use them again, highly recommend!
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Konstantin
    1 contribution
    I have been searching for reliable and affordable transfer from BA international airport to San Telmo.
    I am lucky that I found Fernando as he provided the best service for its price.

    He met us at the airport with my name sign.
    Since we had 4 big suitcases and a few handbags, I was afraid I will have problems with fitting to a car. Still all of these perfectly fit to his van.

    As a final word - perfect.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • MK330
    New York2,895 contributions
    We were promptly picked up from the airport...at 5AM!!! our luggage were securely stored in Fernando's home then he gave us a detailed and knowledgeable tour of BA. We were then dropped off at the cruise terminal per our request. Car was equipped with passenger seat belts and was clean. Highly recommended.
    Written April 29, 2020
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  • Chelz
    Washington DC, DC24 contributions
    Howard was an absolutely fantastic guide all over Buenos Aires! Not only did he have a route planned out with a ton of information and insight about Baires, but he also let us customize experience to make sure we got to go and see everything we wanted. He was very knowledgeable and exceedingly accommodating. Highly recommend this tour with Howard.
    Written December 28, 2021
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  • Jigna D
    4 contributions
    Patrick was wonderful guide...super informative...clear English.( For those who don't speak the local language).
    Our family only had 2 days in the city, Patrick made sure
    We had covered everything. We even got to see the Delta.
    Even made sure we catch a Tango dinner dance.
    I would highly recommend to hire Patrick.
    Written April 27, 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • lawrence p
    Providence, RI85 contributions
    Prompt, friendly and reliable. When traveling abroad, these are important qualities for any driver company. They use WhatsApp to communicate and confirm travel details, and pay attention to your flight to arrive early if necessary. Car is clean, air conditioned and drive is smooth, nit rushed or stressful. Will use then again and refer them to friends. They also provide city tours which I am sure will be as well reviewed.
    Written February 19, 2020
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  • 1986daly
    London, UK4 contributions
    I used Welcome Pickups for the first time in Buenos Aires and the experience was very positive. I had a lovely driver called Gabriel who spoke great English, and ended up using the service a few times to go to and from the airport. It’s very simple to use and very safe (I’m a solo female traveller), I would highly recommend.
    Written May 7, 2022
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  • Guðni L
    1 contribution
    They took me from the center and until the airport Very good service, personal efficient and great value for the money, totally recommended
    Written March 26, 2021
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  • be 4 +
    San Francisco, CA76 contributions
    We made an online reservation on 12/26 for the full day tour to Colonia Del Sacramento for 12/30 and rcvd a confirmation email with the tickets. The next day they emailed us asking us to change it to the next day on 12/31, to which we agreed to. Then the day before the trip they emailed us telling us they could not accommodate us until 1/4/2020. Completely unprofessional considering we are leaving the country on 1/1/2020. They did not call us even once to inform of us this mess and only emailed the next day. When I tried to call all the numbers listed, none of the work. I even tried to call the international number in the US and was put on hold for over 15 minutes and had to hang up since I was calling internationally. I was finally able to get a hold of a female attendant "Gemilia" at their 24 hour emergency number 54-11-5239-8209, only to be informed by her that she needs to talk to her manager about a refund. Are you kidding me? First they confirm out reservation, then they ask us to move to accommodate their poor scheduling, then they push out our reservation out beyond our stay here. Buyers beware of Greyline in Argentina
    Written December 30, 2019
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