Getting to Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is Argentina's main international travel hub and is well connected with cities throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, etc. International flights tend to operate out of the Ezeiza de Buenos Aires Airport, while domestic flights often use the Aeroparque Airport.
Buenos Aires has a massive, new and modern three-floor bus station called the Estación de Retiro. From here you can pretty much buy a ticket for any destination within Argentina as well as cities throughout Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and others.
Getting around in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has both an urban bus system as well as a metro system. The bus system is quite complicated and we definitely recommend that you pick up a bus guide, called Guía T. However, the majority of the bus routes run 24 hours a day. The metro system, called "El Subte", is without a doubt the fastest way to get around the city. Take note, however, that the metro runs only until around 10pm.