If you’re going to be staying in Buenos Aires for more than a few days, all those taxi rides can get expensive, especially if you want to explore some of the beautiful barrios of the city. Colectivos or bondis (buses) are a cheap way to get around the city, and they run 24-hours-a-day, but before […]
A how to guide for a day trip to Tigre from Buenos Aires The city of Buenos Aires is huge. One can easily get lost for weeks exploring its urban gems of museums, historic buildings, restaurants, and nightlife, but sometimes, it’s nice to get away from all the hustle and bustle for a little while, […]
Taking the subway for the first time in Buenos Aires? Hear our top 5 tips for positioning, vocabulary and attitude to prepare yourself for rush hour.
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Part 1 of Super Advanced Colectivo Etiquette For all of you colectivo joyriders and aficionados….. For all of you determined to improve your colectivo awareness…. For all of you who are sick and tired of committing colectivo faux pas….. This is what you’ve all been waiting for: Coletivos, Part II: On Board Paying your bus […]
How old were you when you got your first car? Rare is the day when a fellow American makes it to adulthood (21) without owning an automotive vehicle of his/her own. Think back to high school and how many of your peers were bestowed their very own SUV or something of the like upon reaching […]
In Buenos Aires, it is almost impossible to avoid taking a taxi at some point during your stay. Actually, you will probably be using them quite often. The subte (subway) and colectivos (buses) are more economical options and can be quite efficient. But who really feels like waiting 20 minutes for the 60 line after […]