Buy a ticket for the bus from the airport to the city, contact hostels with special rates for work and travellers to make a booking for your first few nights, and get your SUBE travel card.
To work in Argentina, you’ll need to open a bank account and obtain a number called a CUIL. Here you’ll find information on how to do it.
You’ll need an Argentine phone number during your stay. Here you’ll find info on how to get a free SIM card.
So you can start looking for work, make a CV and upload it to these recommended sites, where you’ll be able to look for work related to your interests.
The nights never end in Buenos Aires, and nor do the days! Here you’ll find some suggestions for how to make the most out of your stay.
City Tour Bus
Easter in Buenos Aires
Work and travel
Buenos Aires: Ibero-American Capital of Gastronomy 2017
Size & Electrical conversions
Day Trips from Buenos Aires
Cycling in BA
Culture & Leisure
Why Buenos Aires is a top destination for international events, and how to organise your event in the city
Information on universities, language courses, student visas, and accommodation
Information on investing and doing business in Buenos Aires
Media contact, press kit, images and recent press coverage
The latest news from the Buenos Aires City Tourist Board
Recent articles on travel in Buenos Aires
Free guided walking tours
Festivals and events 2017