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Housing & Transportation - Buenos Aires

Participants will reside in shared apartments. All students will be able to request a roommate. The apartments are equipped with Internet access and are a 20 to 30-minute commute on public transportation from UdeSA downtown campus.

  • Earliest Check-in to dorms: Saturday before program start date.
  • Latest Check-out of dorms: Saturday after program start date

Transportation from the Airport

Information will be provided during the pre-departure orientation in the Spring semester

Transportation around the City

The Buenos Aires metro -- called the subte -- is the fastest, cheapest way to get around. Buses are also convenient, though less commonly used by tourists. Get maps of metro and bus lines from tourist offices and most hotels.

Buenos Aires has about 140 bus lines that run 24 hours a day. The fare is 1.10 pesos and up, depending on the distance you're traveling. You'll pay your fare inside the bus at an electronic ticket machine that accepts only coins and provides change. Many bus drivers will tell you the fare for your destination and let you know when to get off, but most speak only Spanish. Locals are just as helpful and will sometimes make an almost comical effort to ensure you don't get lost.

Housing

You will stay in shared apartments. You can request a roommate. The apartments are equipped with internet access and are a 20 to 30-minute commute on public transportation from UdeSA downtown campus.

  • Earliest Check-in to dorms: TBA
  • Latest Check-out of dorms: TBA

Transportation around Buenos Aires

The Buenos Aires metro -- called the subte -- is the fastest, cheapest way to get around. Buses are also convenient, though less commonly used by tourists. Get maps of metro and bus lines from tourist offices and most hotels. (Ask for the QuickGuide Buenos Aires if it's available.) All metro stations are supposed to have maps on hand, but they are rarely in good supply 

Buenos Aires has about 140 bus lines that run 24 hours a day. The fare is 1.10 pesos and up, depending on the distance you're traveling. You'll pay your fare inside the bus at an electronic ticket machine that accepts only coins and provides change. Many bus drivers will tell you the fare for your destination and let you know when to get off, but most speak only Spanish. Locals are just as helpful and will sometimes make an almost comical effort to ensure you don't get lost.

Page last updated: 12/4/2014