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Argentina is accessible from the whole world with Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza Airport (EZE). It is located about 35 kilometres south of the city centre. The country’s two main airline carriers are Aerolíneas Argentinas and LAN. Flights with more than 1 stopover to South America also tend to be cheaper.
There’s no wrong time to visit Buenos Aires. Whether you get cheap flights in spring between September and November or the fall between March and May, you can take advantage of many of the delightful festivals and sporting events which take place during this time. If you prefer to avoid the high humidity, don't travel to Argentina during January or February.
Flights to Buenos Aires with one stopover take around 16 hours from London.
The capital of Argentina is a city of passion and history. Argentineans live and breathe tango every day of the year and have lived to see their capital go from being a European metropolis to breaking down under strict military governance. Today Buenos Aires is throbbing with culture and vivacity.
San Telmo: Plan your visit to this market on a Sunday when tourists and local flood the place. Be on the look out for a great deal, this is the best place to get your souvenirs. In the evenings, catch some tango dancing in the plaza.
Cemeterio de la Recoleta: Why should you visit a cemetery while on holidays in Buenos Aires? The ornate tombs of the city's richest are certainly sights to see! Eva Perón is buried here, once Argentina's First Lady.
Palermo Viejo: This is one of Buenos Aires' trendiest neighbourhoods. The cobblestone streets remind you of Europe and is a great place to explore the nightlife and discover off-the-beaten-path Buenos Aires.
Find more information on Buenos Aires Tourism.
There isn't just one hotel district in Buenos Aires so when you're looking for a room, decide which district you'd most like to be in. San Telmo has the best selection of hostels and budget places while Palermo tends to be more chic with boutique guesthouses. Luxury hotels in Buenos Aires are located in Recoleta.