Get a grand overview of the city's many faces with the Buenos Aires Bus - an easy and convenient way to see the city's main sites and landmarks over one or two days.
Buses run every 20-30 minutes, from 9am to 5pm, calling at 33 stops in the city's most interesting neighbourhoods, from the historic districts like San Telmo, Monserrat and La Boca, to the regenerated portside of Puerto Madero and the grand parks and squares of Palermo and Recoleta.
The two circuits (blue/red and green) take in key landmarks such as the Casa Rosada, the National Congress, the Colón Theatre, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Caminito, the Bombonera stadium and River Plate's stadium in Nuñez. Synchronised audioguides provide information about the history and significance of each site in ten languages.
You can buy a 24-hour or 48-hour ticket (valid for both circuits) online, at stop "0", or on board the bus itself.
You can get on and off any of the 33 stops, allowing you to explore the sights that most take your interest, catch another bus at the same point or walk to another stop.
Stops are strategically located to connect with other activities: if you like the parks in Palermo, hop off and join a bicycle tour around the area's green spaces. Each stop is the entrance to another world, from the colourful history and even more colourful houses of La Boca, to the aristocratic splendour of Avenida Alvear in Recoleta or the mix of tradition and bohemia in San Telmo. You choose which interests you most and which you want to explore in greater depth.
Tickets can be bought at official ticket offices, online (click the book online button above right), or on the bus itself.
The audioguide is provided in ten languages: English, Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish.
Important: boarding is by order of arrival, irrespective of whether participants booked in advance.