Cheap flights to Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires will enrapture and excite with its European architecture and bustling nightlife. One of the main attractions, if you dare call them that, is the bright local residents and culturally rich neighbourhoods. There are many lists floating around with the 10 or 20 best things to do in the Argentine city of Buenos Aires, but we will outline the best of the best for you right now. Don’t forget to trial your taste buds on the local cuisine of offal and chorizo black pudding – yep, we mean the one made of blood and guts. It’s delicious! If you’re heading to this chaotic capital with a special someone, you will be possibly thrilled to find that many hotels allow you to hire by the hour – frisky! Learn to dance tango in Milongas – go on. And kick start your Buenos Aires holiday with our cheap airfares. Teachers, students and anyone aged under 26 years are also able to take advantage of our Black Market Flights airfares for even cheaper flights - ola to that!
Flights from Australia to Buenos Aires arrive at Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE). Locally known as Ezeiza Airport and located just 35 kilometres south of the city centre, there are convenient and affordable shuttle services for the 40-minute journey to the CBD or take a local bus or taxi.
Buenos Aires Flights
For the most direct access to Buenos Aires, leave from Sydney and connect through Santiago in Chile for a total flight time of around 18 hours. Student Flights consultants can organise domestic flights to Sydney or arrange a unique flight path, which may include stopovers in other destinations such as New Zealand or Singapore. For airline information, see our airline guide for flight-specific services.
Airlines that fly to Buenos Aires
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Buenos Aires:
Buenos Aires Holiday Packages
Buenos Aires is home to about 3 million people, and they are packed into a pretty small space. This means it’s best to try and get your hands on the best holiday packages you can to make sure you see as much of the 48 districts within this capital city as possible. At Student Flights, our travel consultants can help you to personalise your trip and take the tours that best meet your travel desires.
About Buenos Aires
The Argentine capital city of Buenos Aires will keep you super busy, and fit if you’re on foot, exploring its extensive neighbourhoods by day and dancing the tango at night. Foodies will also get their fill with world-class steaks, ice-cream and wine. Don’t miss Iguazu Falls and the Lake District for hiking and rafting. Spend a fun-filled night out at Gran Bar Danzon and experience the beauty of old and new artistic expression at Malba: Coleccion Constantini – there is so much to do in Buenos Aires you will find yourself burning the candle at both ends during your stay, we guarantee.
If you’re ready to sample the delights of the infamous Florida Street in Microcentro or admire the colonial architecture in San Telmp, read more about Argentina. Call our Student Flights travel consultants or pop in-store for the latest on flights, accommodation and tours in Argentina to get your epic vacay started today.
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