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Book your Buenos Aires airport transfer with confidence. We offer Free Cancellation policy up to 24 hours before pickup.
The Buenos Aires airport transfer service includes meet and greet and flight monitoring. It is the most comfortable, stress-free travel option.
We specialise in private Buenos Aires airport transfers with professional drivers and quality vehicles since 2010. Book your Buenos Aires transfer with our simple and easy to use booking system and avoid long taxi queues at the airport. Your driver will wait at the meeting point, holding a sign with your name and drive you to your destination in safety and comfort.
Where will I meet my driver at Buenos Aires airport?
Your driver will be waiting in the arrivals hall at Buenos Aires airport, holding a sign showing your name. Exact meeting point information will be included in your confirmation email and eTicket.
Are there any extra charges?
All Buenos Aires airport taxi quotes published on our website are fixed and all inclusive.
My plans have changed, can I cancel my Buenos Aires Airport Taxi?
You can cancel your reservation free of charge up to 24 hours before the scheduled pick up time. See terms and conditions for more details.
My flight has been delayed, what should I do?
If your flight arriving at Buenos Aires airport is delayed, please call the emergency phone number provided in your booking confirmation email as soon as possible.
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The public transport system in Buenos Aires is extensive and serves more than 1.3 million daily commuters to the capital city. It consists of metro, tram, bus and commuter rail networks.
The underground network in Buenos Aires dates back to 1913, and it's the oldest one in the Southern Hemisphere. It includes six underground lines (A, B, C, D, E and H) which cover a total route length of 56.7 km. Trains depart every three to ten minutes and have a different schedule on weekdays and weekends. During peak hours it is very crowded, so it's best to use an alternative transportation mode.
In the past, Buenos Aires had an extensive tram system, but it was replaced by bus transportation. Today, there is only one active line called Premetro, which serves as a feeder line to the E2 underground line. This light rail line connects with Line E at Plaza de Los Virreyes station and runs to General Savio and Centro Civico.
Suburban trains run between 4:00 and 1:00 to many destinations in metropolitan Buenos Aires. As part of the commuter rail network, long-distance rail services operate to Rosario and Cordoba.
City buses in Buenos Aires, also known as Colectivos, are the most popular public transport option because of their frequent schedule and extensive network. They cover a wider area than the metro and are also very affordable. Recently, the city introduced a bus rapid transit system, the Metrobus, which will allow faster bus service.
Three airports serve the Buenos Aires metropolitan area. Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) is the main one, and it's focused on international flights. Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP) serves regional and domestic flights, while El Palomar Airport (EPA) offers a limited number of domestic destinations.
Ministro Pistarini Airport, also known as Ezeiza Airport, is the busiest international hub in Argentina. It is situated 31 km from the city and serves international flights and some domestic routes.
Using airport bus transportation is very cheap, but it may take longer because of the many stops on the way. Bus line 8 (express service) runs from Plaza de Mayo to Ezeiza airport every 30 minutes, and the travel time is 1 hour. To reach the Monte Grande train station, you can take bus line 394. Several airport shuttles operate daily, and they are faster than public buses with fewer stops.
Airport taxis in Buenos Aires are not very safe, and it's easy to get scammed. The driver may not turn on the meter and overcharge you. That's why it's better to book a private Buenos Aires airport taxi in advance.
By booking a private Buenos Aires airport transfer with us, you will have a safe and comfortable ride directly to your destination. Our all-inclusive service is entirely customisable according to your needs. It includes a private chauffeur-driven vehicle, meet and greet service, free updates and free cancellation.
You can get an instant quote online and pay the service by credit card or in cash to the driver. The price for a private transfer from Ministro Pistarini International Airport to Buenos Aires city centre starts from 54 USD one way.