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Spanish is the official language. However, if you speak English or Portuguese, you won’t have any problems in getting around.

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Transfers service from the airport to the apartment

Rentarlo Offers you the possibility to travel safely, in comfortable and very well equipped vehicles from aeropuerto Ezeiza and Aeroparque to your apartment in the city, and then, back to the airport when you leave Buenos Aires.- We also offer this service while you enjoy Buenos Aires, and to get to any point in the city and its surroundings. Available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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Rent Cellphone

We have a variety of mobile phones that will be yours, just apply. The service we offer is the rental of a computer card load cell.

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Digital Cameras For Sale

Digital cameras for sale at wholesale prices, in the event you lose your camera, or if you simply want to own a new one.

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Public transport guide

Buenos Aires City transportation guides available for sale, which will help you move around the city without any worries. Information about, subway, trains and buses.

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Show Tickets

Argentina is known worldwide for the great passion that soccer causes among its people. Follow argentine teams, Club Atletico Boca Juniors, River Plate, Independiente, Racing, etc. Inquiry about tickets and transportation to the stadium.

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Regular banking hours are from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 15 hs.

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Tango shows


Boca Tango is located at 923 Street Brandsen corner route in the heart of one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in the city, right next to the stadium Boca Juniors, the most famous football club in Argentina, near Caminito and traditional places in the area, just minutes from downtown Buenos Aires.

BocaTango program offers a full three hours, that includes lunch or dinner in a country style restaurant, to taste the best meals; stroll along a neighborhood of tenements, attending a theatrical performance that reflects the life of their inhabitants, a classic antique coffee, a wine cellar, a spectacular tango show and a safe shopping.

For you to live an unforgettable experience in the First Theme Tour Buenos Aires.



The Old Warehouse ... a place with more than two centuries of history.

Balcarce and knows the corner where the Tango was born. Declared a site of cultural interest by the Honorable Deliberative Council. With the original structure and atmosphere of 1969.

In the Old Store combine the artistic with Dining, ensuring a warm evening tango.

The Old Store is also the ideal place to enjoy a steak tender and tasty ¨ Argentina ¨ and enjoy the scenery on the parade since 1969 the best performers of this musical genre, a true example of tango in Buenos Aires, in an environment typical cozy cafe.



Located in the heart of the Abasto neighborhood, Carlos Gardel in 3200 ...

We invite you to move you in time and place .... and enjoy an intimate atmosphere, the most exquisite dishes, accompanied by excellent wines.

The cast is made up of great teachers who will relish the tango in Buenos Aires at its best.

An impressive body of dancers accompanied by live orchestra, make a show that any thater in the world envy.

If you want more details (prices, menu, show etc) about each of these shows, complete the form and send you all the best information. Remember that we take care of making reservations to be able to enjoy it all.




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All about Temporary rent apartments

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General Information

The city of Buenos Aires is characterized as having a strong European influence, which is reflected not only in the city´s architectural design (very clearly European), but also in the composition of the population, the majority being of Spanish or Italian descent. Buenos Aires is a great metropolis (population around 11 million) characterized by the presence of the river and the port. The city has intense cultural and nightlife, and is a large commercial and business center


  Climate: The four seasons are clearly distinguished in Buenos Aires. In the winter season (June to September), the temperatures do not usually go below 0º C, maintaining an average of   8-10º C. In the summer months (December to March), the temperature is rarely higher than 32º C, maintaining an average of 27º C. The spring (September to December) and fall (March to June) usually have average temperatures between 18° C and 20° C.


 Electricity: The electric current operates on 220 V. 


 Shopping hours: Stores are open from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 13 hs. However you will find open stores on main avenues on Saturday afternoon and even on Sundays.


Shopping centres are open every day from 10 am to 22 hs.


 Meals: Although there is no exact meal schedule in Argentina, breakfast is usually taken during the mid-morning hours, and is small, usually consisting of coffee or tea, possibly accompanied by toast or pastries. The lunch hour starts around noon or 1:00pm, and is generally a large meal. Dinner starts at about 9:00pm at the earliest, and oftentimes much later, and is also a large meal.


 Kiosks: Dispersed throughout the city, you will find hundreds of “kioskos.” These are small shops which sell cigarettes, snacks, and beverages, as well as selected useful products such as aspirin, personal hygiene products, etc. Here you will be able to find these useful products, conveniently available to purchase on the run. The majority of the kiosks remain open late into the night, and some are open 24 hours.


Telephone centers: Small public telephone centers are found throughout the city and are called “Locutorios” or “Telecentros.” These businesses offer services including use of phone booths from which you can make local or international calls, fax service, oftentimes mail services, and in some cases internet access, generally at a minimum cost of about $1.00 per hour.


Telephone cards: Visitors can obtain pre-paid telephone cards which can be used to pay for calls made from public phones found in Telecentros, Locutorios, and kiosks, or pay phones located in the streets.


Internet acces: In addition to the option of Telecentros and Locutorios mentioned above, there are also several cyber-cafes in Buenos Aires, whose prices generally range from $1 to $2 per hour.


Laundry services: There are several laundromats located throughout the city. Most of these offer self service washing machines as well as “valet service,” which costs around $6 per large bag of clothing. With this service, you can leave your laundry, and the “lavandería” will wash, dry, and fold it for you. You can pass by later that day or when it is convenient for you to pick up your laundry. Many lavanderías can also deliver your laundry to the place where you are staying.




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Buenos Aires weather

Summer: December 21st - March 21st
Fall: March 21st - June 21st
Winter: June 21st - September 21st
Spring: September 21st - December 21st

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Buenos Aires is, generally speaking, a safe city, however, it still is a big city.

If you you bear in mind the following recommendations, you will enjoy your stay without major problems:

. Keep your passport, air tickets and cash in your apartment.

. Do not walk on lonely streets or parks at night.

. Do not stop taxis after 22 hs. Call radio taxis.


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Useful Telephone Numbers

Information: 110
Official Time: 113
Medical Emergencies: 107
Police: 101

National Secretary of Tourism

Information: 0800-555-0016 (8:00am to 8:00pm)
Av. Santa Fe 883 P.B. Tel: 4312-2232/5550

Ezeiza International Airport: Tel: 5480-6111

Jorge Newbery Aeroparque: Tel: 4771-0104

To get more information, please go to this website Aeropuertos Argentina 2000

City of Buenos Aires General Direction of Tourism

Sarmiento 1551, Fifth floor. – Tel: 4372-3612

Tourist Information Stands:

1. Av. Diagonal Roque Sáenz Peña and Florida
Monday through Friday  9:00am to 5:00pm.

2. Sarmiento 1551, Ground Floor
Monday through Friday  10:00am to 5:00pm.
Tel: (54 11) 4372-3612

3. Av. Córdoba and Florida, Galerías Pacífico, First Floor
Monday through Friday  10:00am to 7:00pm and Saturday and Sunday 11:00am to 7:00pm.

4. Caminito and Lamadrid, Exposition Center, La Boca
Daily 10:00am to 5:30pm.

5. Av. De Mayo 829, Café Tortoni
Monday through Friday 11:00am to 8:00pm and Saturday and Sunday   10:00am to 6:00pm.


 American Express:

Arenales 707, Plaza San Martín, Tel.: 4312-0900
Monday through Friday from  9:00am to 5:00pm.


Perú 151, San Telmo, Tel.: 4331-2088
Monday through Friday 9:30am to 6:00pm.


Av. Corrientes 1437 Third Floor, Downtown, Tel.: 4379-3300
Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Diners Club:

Tel.: 4379-4545

 Asist Card

Suipacha 1109 – Tel.: 4312-6801

Travel Ace

Parana 711 – Tel.: 4374-1134





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The Argentine currency is the peso. The rate of exchange varies from 392 to 4 pesos per U.S dollar. This high rate hus turned Buenos Aires into an excellent destination to purchase premium products at incredible prices.



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Buses - Taxis


The bus (colectivo) is a fast and inexpensive means of transport to travel over the Capital. There are more than 180 lines going through the city and providing connection with all districts in the Greater Buenos Aires.
The service is available at regular intervals. Sometimes, streets may be blocked in the downtown area due to traffic jams.

Hours: Bus service is available all day long but its frequency decreases after 24.

Fare: AR $ 1.2

- Bus Station of  Retiro: 4310-0700/0707


This is the fastest and easiest way to reach your destination. The five subway lines (commonly known as “subtes”) are connected with the main avenues and railway and bus stations, and converge upon downtown, the main tourist and hotel area.

Maps showing the subway lines in different colors may be obtained at the ticket offices located in every station. Information boards showing each line routes and transfer stations between lines are available in all stations. These connections that allow passengers to use more than one line are called “combinación”.

The service runs Mondays through Saturdays, from 5 am to 10 pm, and Sundays and holidays from 8 am to 10 pm. Fare: AR $ 1.1


They can be requested by phone or you may call them on the street. Radiotaxis (provided with radio systems) are considered safer. There is a great number of taxis in the city – getting a taxi near the tourist areas is easy at any time of day or night. Usually, you will wait for no longer than a few minutes.

Taxis can be easily recognized by their colors – black and yellow. In addition, a red light on the taximeter indicates that they are available.




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Automatic Tellers

Automatic tellers are numerous around the city. Most of them are in the principal comercial banks of Buenos Aires and are availables 24 hs.

You can withdraw money in cash from the cashiers just in argentinian pesos.


Automatic tellers are numerous around the city. Most of them are in the principal comercial banks of Buenos Aires and are availables 24 hs.

You can withdraw money in cash from the cashiers just in argentinian pesos.

Automatic tellers are numerous around the city. Most of them are in the principal comercial banks of Buenos Aires and are availables 24 hs.

You can withdraw money in cash from the cashiers just in argentinian pesos.


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Consulates and Embassies


Address: Av. Del Libertador 946 4º (Retiro)                    

4812 8366



Address: Villanueva 1055 (Belgrano)                                

4778 2500


Arabia Saudita

Address: Alejandro María de Aguado 2881 (Palermo)         

4802 3375 / 4303



Address: Montevideo 1889 (Recoleta)                              

4815 1271 / 5969



Address: José Andrés Pacheco De Melo 1922 3º (San Nicolas)

4816 8712



Address: Villanueva 1400 (Belgrano)                                 

4779 3500



Address: French 3671(Palermo)                            

4802 1400 / 7195 / 7096



Address: Defensa 113 8º (Monserrat)                                

4331 0066 al 69



Address: Av. Corrientes 545 2º (SanNicolás)                       

4394 1463



Address: Carlos Pellegrini 1363 5º (Retiro)                          

4515 6500



Address: Mcal. Antonio José De Sucre 1568(Belgrano)


4781 8644 /4786 6273



Address: Tagle 2828 (Palermo)                                             

4808 1000



Address: San Martín 439 9º (San Nicolás)                         

4394 6582 / 6371



Address: Av. Crisólogo Larralde 5349 (Villa Urquiza)                 

4541 5085



Address: Maipú 374 5º A (San Nicolás)                             

4393 3944 / 3839



Address: Av. Santa Fe 782 1º (Retiro)                              

4312 5538 / 54


Corea del Sur  

Address: San Martín De Tours 2857 (Palermo)                         

4806 6796


Costa Rica  

Address: Av. Santa Fe 1460 3º (Recoleta)                            

4815 8159



Address: Gorostiaga 2104 (Belgrano)                                    

4777 7284  



Address: Virrey Del Pino 1810 (Belgrano)           

4782 9089 / 49 /4783 2213



Address: Av. Leandro N. Alem 1074 9º (Retiro)                         

4312 6901  



Address: Quintana 585 10º (Recoleta)                                   

4804 6408



Address: Av. Olleros 2140 (Belgrano)              

4899 0300


El Salvador  

Address: Suipacha 1380 2º (Retiro)                             

4325 0849 / 8588



Address: Av. Santa Fe 846 6º (Retiro)                                  

4894 0631  



Address: Gral. Guido 1760 (Recoleta) 

4811 0070  


Estados Unidos  

Address: Av. Colombia 4300 (Palermo)                                

5777 4533



Address: Av. Juan B. Justo 2376 (Vte.Lopez)                            

4797 2120



Address: Mariscal Ramón Castilla 3085 (Palermo)                    

4807 3883  



Address: Av. Santa Fe 846 5º (Retiro)                                

4312 0600  



Address: Av. Santa Fe 846 3º y 4º (Retiro)               

4312 2409  



Address: Arenales 1658 4º (San Nicolás)

4811 4811



Address: Av. Santa Fe 830 5º (Retiro) 

4313 9160 / 9180



Address: Av. Pte. Figueroa Alcorta 3297 (Palermo)                    

4807 0211  



Address: Av. Callao 1564 2º (Recoleta)                             

4803 0077 / 1769



Dirección: Once de Septiembre de 1888  (Belgrano)   

4788 3130



Address: Av. Córdoba 950 4º (Retiro)

4393 4001 / 4156



Address: Mariscal Ramón Castilla 2901 (Palermo)   

4807 2956 / 2211



Address: Av. Pte. Figueroa Alcorta 3229 (Palermo)         

4802 1470 / 4821



Address: Av. Del Libertador 1068 6º (Recoleta)   

5787 0801


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is the domeThe Jorge Newberry Aeroparque stic airport used for domestic flights. The Ezeiza or Ministro Pistarini airport is located forty minutes outside of the city and is used for international flights. There are two transportation options for transfers between the airport and the city of Buenos Aires.  Passengers can take a bus which departs every half hour and costs about AR$30, or they can opt for a taxi which costs around AR$120 to AR$125, depending on the advertised rates at the time of the reservation. It is safest and most economical to reserve a taxi with one of the businesses at the airport as opposed to independent taxi drivers. would be happy to arrange taxi reservations for our guests who reserve lodging accommodations with us.

Ezeiza “Ministro Pistarini” International Airport
Tel: 5480-6111

Jorge Newberry Metropolitan Airport
Tel: 4576-5110/5111

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Car rental
Hertz rent a car in all airport and cities in Argentina.

Rent a car in Buenos Aires. We offer you a service of car rental with a wide variety of car models. You can pick up your car at many facilities around the city, even in other Argentine cities, such as Bariloche, Mendoza, Córdoba and many others. If you are planning your trip around Argentina by car or you need a car to stay in Buenos Aires, just contact us and we will assist you to rent a car.

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