Buenos Aires, sometimes referred to as the "Paris of South America" with its many live theatres and the top thriving arts and culture scene in Latin America. It’s a modern city, alive with buzzy sidewalk cafes, parks covered purple by jacaranda blooms in springtime, tango dancing and the stylish porteños who (residents of Buenos Aires) love their sports, especially fútbol (soccer). The Argentinean capital offers so much to see and do from the Palacio Barolo, Teatro Colón theatre and the pretty Parque 3 de Febrero park. Be sure to sample the Argentine cuisine of bbq steak (asado), a fine glass of malbec and enjoy the buzzing nightlife.
Flights from Perth (PER) to Buenos Aires (EZE)
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Visiting from Perth to Buenos Aires (Pistarini)
Fly Perth to Buenos Aires (PER to EZE)
The approximate time for a flight from Perth to Buenos Aires is 29 hours and 31 minutes.
When to visit
The best and most pleasant times to visit Buenos Aires is in the spring (September to November) or during autumn (March to May). The weather is generally mild, less humid with average temperatures around 22°C and a mix of sunny and rainy days. If you plan a visit in August, you be able to join in The Tango Festival and World Cup. Summer (December to February) is the peak travel season, though it is hot and can be humid, around 30°C. If travelling in summer, be sure to book a hotel with a pool. It’s a good time to enjoy the parks, walking and catch the Buenos Aires Jazz Festival.
What is the main airport called?
Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE).Opens in a new tab or window Also known as Ezeiza International Airport, as its location in the Ezeiza Partido in Greater Buenos Aires. It is an international airport 22 kilometres south-southwest of Buenos Aires.
Arriving in Buenos Aires
The helpful staff at Buenos Aires Airport will greet you when you land and assist with your travel needs. Once you collect your bags from the arrivals area, there are various transport options available to get you on your way.
Getting into Buenos Aires from Buenos Aires Airport
Getting into Buenos Aires from the airport is easy with various transport options available. Choose from bus, taxis, transfer, shuttles or car hire. Ezeiza Airport is well connected with Buenos Aires city centre by several bus lines. The express bus service runs every 30 minutes to Madero terminal in the city centre with a journey time of approximately 45 minutes. The local bus is a cheaper option, taking between 60 and 70 minutes and departs outside the terminal. If you're travelling in a group, a private door to door transfer is a convenient and comfortable way to travel and can be pre-booked in advance. The airport driver will be waiting for you at the airport with a sign with your name on it, after baggage claim. Taxis are available at outside terminal A building, taking approximately 40 minutes to get to the city centre. App based ride share services are a handy way to get to your destination and can be booked with Uber or Cabify. Alternatively, you may wish to book a transfer with your hotel or rent a car.
Getting around Buenos Aires
Efficient public transport, bike lanes, taxis, ride-share and pedestrian-friendly city streets make navigating Buenos Aires a breeze. The best way to get around Buenos Aires is by subway, also known as "the subte." The subte is quick, affordable, and easy to navigate with maps at the subte stations. There are stops all over the city, making it a good way to get to where you want to go. The city buses, known as colectivos, are cost-efficient with dedicated bus lanes along the city's major avenues. For day trips out of town, taking the train might be the best option. To use public transport, you need a SUBE card which can be purchased at local snack stores. Metered taxis are available, or you may wish to book an Uber or Cabify through the app. Cycling is efficient and a most enjoyable way to get around Buenos Aires, as the city is mainly flat. There are many cycle lanes through the city and its possible to rent a bike through the city's bike-share program. For shorter distances, walking is a good way to get around and skip the traffic. Alternatively, you may wish to rent a car with a driver or join a tour.
Fly from Perth
Once you’ve purchased your tickets from Perth, there are a few things you should know to ensure you’re as prepared as possible for your upcoming trip.
What is the main airport called?
Perth Airport.Opens in a new tab or window Located 15 km (9 miles) from the city centre, Perth Airport (PER) is the busiest and largest airport in Western Australia. All Qantas operated flights (international and domestic) operate from Terminal 3 and 4 (T3/T4) precinct.
Passengers on Qantas flights from Perth are allocated checked baggage. If you need more luggage, you can purchase an additional baggage allowance online prior to departure.
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