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Filled with beautiful architecture, an exciting nightlife, and an endless array of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, Buenos Aires is a delight for the senses.
Whether you want to go dancing with the locals at Maluco Beleza or enjoy the shows of Circo del Aire, relax at the Spa de Piel or shop at the Artesanos de Argentina, you will never be short of things to do.
As this city is rapidly becoming a favourite among tourists, it is important to plan ahead to get the best deals on cheap flights to Buenos Aires.
Best time to go to Buenos Aires
The city can be a little quiet from December to February, since many locals go on holiday during these months. Despite this, cheap flights to Buenos Aires can be tricky to find, as tourists take this time to flood the streets.
If you like mingling with your fellow visitors, this is a great time to listen to some music at the ND/Ateneo, see the wildlife at the Parque Temaikén, or spend a day shopping and sightseeing at San Telmo.
The shoulder season in Buenos Aires falls from March to May, and September to November. Tourism dies down during these months; however, the city is still alive with events like Fashion Buenos Aires in March and September, the Feria Internacional del Libro in April and May, and the Casa Foa design fair in October and November.
Flights are usually very cheap from June to August, as tourism drastically declines during these chilly, wet-weather months. Those who do not mind the romantically gray days will be rewarded with events like the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and uncrowded attractions like the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires Airport and Transfer Information
Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE)
Distance: 22km south-southwest from Buenos Aires
If money is no concern, prepaid taxis and hired cars are the quickest, safest, and most convenient methods of transport. If you are travelling on a budget, you can take a curbside taxi or a bus; however, these options may not be as safe, and can take an extended period to arrive at your destination.
Online resources for your travel to Buenos Aires
The Argentina tourism official website offers details on attractions and events, plus maps and travel routes.
The Safetravel website gives safety and health warnings, and important local contacts.
The Met Office provides a useful five-day forecast.
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