Flights to Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is served by 2 international airports, Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery. Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport is the largest and busiest air facility in Argentina and serves as the main international gateway into Buenos Aires. Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, on the other hand, is used mainly for domestic flights as well as regional flights within South America.
- Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport is located about 34 kilometres from the heart of Buenos Aires. A taxi ride to the city should cost around USD 30 (SGD 43) and take about 40 minutes.
- Situated less than 10 kilometres from central Buenos Aires, getting from airport to city is much easier from Aeroparque Jorge Newbery A taxi ride should take only about 15 minutes, and cost about USD 3-4 (SGD 4-6).
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Best Time to Visit Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires’ official peak season takes place from December to February - with the Northern Hemisphere suffering the chills of winter, many tourists flock to the Southern Hemisphere for sunshine and summer warmth. However, this is also the time of uncomfortably high humidity as well as inflated hotel room prices. Plan your trip instead for the spring months of September to November, or for autumn (from March to May). The weather is a nice, comfortable 18-19°C during these shoulder seasons, and also comes accompanied by either flowers in bloom (during spring) or spectacular fall foliage (in autumn).
Things to do in Buenos Aires
No trip to Buenos Aires is complete without a visit to the La Recoleta Cemetery. Though somewhat morbid-sounding, this spectacular complex is home to the city’s most famous dead and also contains an incredible collection of historical monuments, stunningly beautiful mausoleums, marble statues and cobbled streets. Go on a who’s who tomb tour of Buenos Aires’ notable folk - you’ll be able to find the final resting place of everyone from past Presidents and First Ladies to Nobel Prize winners, military heroes, writers, philanthropists, politicians, celebrities and more.
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