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Ezeiza is located 20 miles (34 km) southwest of the center of Buenos Aires. A tourist information desk in the International Terminal is open from 8:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. daily. Currently, there's no airport Web site.
Ignore the many offers for a ride to the city from the crowds of drivers outside the arrivals hall. Go to the taxi booth to book a taxi to the city, or go to the Manuel Tienda Leon (54-1-4816-7676) counter in the arrivals area to book a car with driver to the city. The fare to the city center is about 35 to 45 pesos ($34-$43). Travel time about 45 minutes, depending on the traffic.
There is a bus service from the airport terminal to the city center. Manuel Tienda Leon operates a bus service from the airport terminal to the city center about every 1/2 hour from 5 A.M. to 10 P.M. Purchase a ticket from the booth just outside the customs area. Fare is about 14 pesos ($13). The buses go to all the major downtown hotels and the central bus terminal; trip time is about 40 minutes.
If you are staying in the central business area of Buenos Aires you should not need a car. It is a fairly compact area and there are plenty of taxis with meters in the center of the city. Driving can be a challenge in Argentina if you are not used to aggressive drivers. But if you need a car, Avis, Budget, Hertz, Localiza, and other firms, are represented at Ezeiza. It is recommended, for your safety, that if you rent a car you do so only at the airport.
World Airport Information
Adapted from How to Get Out of the Airport