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After we receive confirmed payment, we will send you your booking voucher with instructions on where the driver will meet you for your pickup, and local emergency contact numbers in case of any issues.
You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
Changes to your booking are easy and completely free of charge.
…or as it’s often called, ‘the Paris of Latin America’. This eclectic Argentinian capital city boasts some of the world’s best dancers, most passionate people and the best local wines you’ll ever
Buenos Aires has a colorful personality of Latin-American flair mixed with a ‘Parisian’ sophistication and style. The city’s heart beats to the fiery flair of the Tango amidst the most hauntingly beautiful old-world architecture inspired by European settlers who first ventured to its
shores in the early 1500’s.
The city’s 2.8 Million residents are called ‘Porteños’ or ‘people of the port’ and really know how to live. They know great food, great wine, passion for life and most of all, they grill a mindbendingly
From Ezeiza International Airport, it’s absolutely crucial you have the know-how to book your rides and get around safely to make the most of your Argentinian adventure.
Follow our simple guide and you’ll be on your way to tangoing ‘til you drop.
You’ve arrived! So, what now?
The Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) is officially known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport. The airport has three terminals; A, B and C. Find out everything you need to know about your arrival airport here. The time zone here is UTC – 03:00.
When you arrive, head straight to immigration. The lines here shouldn’t be too bad, but be sure to have your documents ready so you can get through to baggage claim quickly. At the baggage
line, if you’ve brought more than just your tango shoes, luggage carts are available for free.
From here, whizz on through to customs where your bags will be quickly scanned and you’ll be ready to breathe in the Argentinian air. Just be sure you haven’t packed any forbidden items – if
you’re unsure, click here to find out exactly what you can and can’t bring with you.
The country’s currency is the Argentine Peso (ARG) – as you leave the airport, you can change your cash to local money immediately. From here, your chosen mode of transport awaits.
Be sure to check your visa requirements before flying to South America, no matter where you’re coming from. Depending on your country of origin, you may not be charged any visa fees,
however you may be expected to pay a ‘reciprocity fee’ of up to $100 USD. Be sure to check these requirements before your journey to avoid any unwanted surprises. Click here for more
info on visas and fees when entering Argentina.
Customs – check. Baggage – check.
How do I get to the city?
From EZE, you can reach central Buenos Aires via the General Ricchieri Expressway. The short 32km journey can be done by bus, taxi or car rental.
If you’re looking to get a taxi, be sure to book one by telephone from a recognized ‘remis’ or radio-operated taxi service. This is to ensure you’re charged fair rates and stay safe. Unfortunately, the city has seen spikes in robberies in recent years in transport. Service staff at
Ezeiza International Airport can help you book a safe ride with a registered driver.
Buses from the airport can take you to the city and beyond. Be sure to know which route to take and where you’re supposed to disembark before getting on board. Fares can vary, but the bus is usually the cheapest transport option to the city. Click here to find your bus routes and all other transport info from EZE.
Can’t I just skip the hassle and start my holiday?
If you’re set on getting to your destination quickly and safely with a certified driver, Green Path Transfers is the answer. You can skip the drama of missing your bus, accidentally getting off at the wrong stop and worrying about your safety.
It’s easy – just book your guaranteed pickup with a friendly driver and kick off your Argentinian adventure without all the worry. Not only will you rest easy on your safety, you’ll do your good deed for the day by riding in affordable style in an eco-friendly vehicle.
No. 1 Rule – safety first!
Much like any bustling city, Buenos Aires has its share of pickpockets and scammers who target both locals and tourists at the airport and the city.
Follow this super simple checklist to avoid any trouble.
• Before you exit Ezeiza airport, make sure your belongings are secured in your baggage or front pockets with all zippers and buttons fully closed.
• Do not accept rides from unmarked cars and those outside of the allocated taxi rank. If they’re shouting and bargaining to get your business, they’re not registered drivers – be patient and wait in the rank.
• When in busy areas like subway stations and markets, keep your belongings in a sealed pocket or in your personal bag – just remember to keep backpacks firmly on your shoulders and handbags draped around your full torso.
• When departing, keep your most valuable goods on you at all times or secured in your carry-on bag. Unfortunately, it is possible to lose your goods to dishonest airport workers.
• If you can, be sure to stick to those you know and travel together. If travelling alone, it’s best to have some backup cash either kept in your hotel room or a body-tight pocket inside of your clothing in case you get extremely unlucky.
Remember these points and find out more about how to stay safe in Buenos Aires before your trip.
When it’s time to depart, be sure to allocate enough time to get to the airport and get through customs and clearance. Especially for night flights, be sure to give yourself at least 3-4 hours to get to Ezeiza International Airport and reach your gate. Don’t forget to account for possible road traffic from the city to EZE, which is worst in the evenings. Night time at EZE can be chaotic, so plan ahead!