Bus in Retiro

Retiro Bus Terminal

BA’s modern Retiro bus terminal is 400m long, three floors high and has bays for 75 buses. The bottom floor is for cargo shipments and luggage storage, the top for purchasing tickets and the middle for everything el…
Shuttle in Retiro

Manuel Tienda León

If you’re alone, the best way to and from Ezeiza airport is taking the Manuel Tienda León shuttle. You’ll see its stand immediately as you exit customs, in the transport ‘lobby’ area. Frequent shuttles cost AR$310 p…
Motorcycle Rental in Buenos Aires


For motorcycle rentals, head to Motocare. You must be over 25 years old. Suzuki DL 650s cost US$160 per day with a five-day minimum (cheaper by the month). Bring your own helmet and riding gear. Crossing into Chile,…
Car in Palermo

Automóvil Club Argentino

The Automóvil Club Argentino has offices, gas stations and garages throughout the country, offering road service and towing in and around major destinations. ACA recognizes members of most overseas auto clubs and gr…
Bus in Sierra de la Ventana

Transporte Silver

Runs a door-to-door service between Sierra de la Ventana and Tornquist (AR$43, one hour), stopping at Villa Ventana (AR$20, 25 minutes) and Parque Provincial Ernesto Tornquist (AR$32, 40 minutes). The minibuses run …
Bus Station in Necochea

Bus Terminal

The bus terminal is 3.5km from the beach; taxis to the center cost AR$40 to AR$50, or take a local bus marked 'playa.' Destinations include Buenos Aires (AR$748-853, 7½ hours), Mar del Plata (AR$139, two hours) and …
Bus Station in Bahía Blanca

Bus Terminal

Bahía Blanca’s bus terminal is about 2km southeast of Plaza Rivadavia. Taxis to the city center cost around AR$200; there are local buses also, but you’ll have to buy a magnetic card at a kiosco to use them.
Bus in Bahía Blanca

SUBE Kiosk

Bring your passport with you and procure your free SUBE card here. You'll need to add money to it at a kiosco prior to boarding, however, as drivers don't handle efectivo (cash).
Boat in Puerto Madero

Sturla Viajes

You can take the Sturla boat straight to Tigre from Puerto Madero. Boats leave Puerto Madero at 10am (journey time two hours) and make the return trip from Tigre's Estacion Fluvial at 4pm.
Airport in Buenos Aires

Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini

Nearly all international flights arrive at Buenos Aires’ Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini, which is about a 40- to 60-minute (35km) shuttle bus or taxi ride out of town.