Small professional studio apartment in Buenos Aires located in one of the best neighborhoods, the Botanico. Includes: Double bed, cable TV, shower, small kitchen, and only steps from some of the nicest restaurants in the city.
Close to all transport, the D line Subte, all buses, and between Libertador and Santa Fe.
Buenos Aires has a large network of buses, locally called "Colectivos". There are 144 lines, each one identified with a number and different colors. The ticket is paid on the bus with coins ONLY. There are different fares depending on the length of your trip, while the minimum fare is $0.80.
Taxis in Buenos Aires are black with the roof painted yellow, they roam the city streets 24 hours a day and you can either flag them on the streets or call them for a pick up (Radio Taxis). Every taxi carries a digital clock that shows the exact amount of money you have to pay.
The subway system is very reliable and it covers the center and the outskirts of the city with a combined route of 46 kilometers and 80 stations.