Buenos Aires bus the best way to know the city
The bus service offers tickets for 24 hours and 48 hours; You can buy tickets for adults, minors, retirees and family groups.
The selling points are:
Buying online through this website. www.buenosairesbus.com (confirm the day enabled)
Recollect. Av Pres. Manuel Quintana 591 (In front of La Biela)
Av. Córdoba 466 (Ref: Galerias Pacifico)
On board the buses with a guide. (Subject to availability according to occupancy)
The tourist bus will take you through the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city of Buenos Aires. Your tour begins in the neighborhood of La Recoleta, a few meters from the famous La Biela cafe, with panoramic views you can appreciate historical places, cultural spaces and unique neighborhoods full of Argentine culture. The buses run every 20 and 30 minutes, depending on the circuit, and the ride within the city lasts 3 hours 20 minutes, providing a Hop On/Hop Off service so you can get on and off the bus as many times as you want. We operate EVERY day from stop 00 “Recoleta”, at Av Presidente Manuel Quintana 591, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. when the last bus leaves.
You can get on at the station you prefer and start your tour. Do not miss it! The route of the buses and the frequency will be conditioned by the traffic within the city, climatic factors and reasons of force majeure.
SERVICES ON BOARD
On board the buses you will find a trilingual tour guide who will provide the following services
Control the Tickets.
Provide passengers with tourist information on nearby attractions at each of the stops.
The buses have an audio guide system in 9 different languages through headphones available on board.
The available languages are:
You can get on the yellow bus or the red bus and tour Buenos Aires in two different circuits with which you will make the most of your time in the City.
This service has the hop-on hop-off modality, which allows you to get off and back on as many times as you wish and at any of the stops within the duration of your ticket -there are 24 or 48-hour passes-.
The buses run every 40 minutes, the yellow one, and 30 minutes, the red one. and the tours last approximately 3 hours. They will take you through the most emblematic areas of Buenos Aires and, something fundamental is that when you go up, you will receive a pair of headphones because they have an audio guide system in Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Russian. That will make you know the details and curiosities of each attraction. Another important piece of information is that the vehicles are accessible for wheelchairs on the ground floor and, through screens, you can follow the stories in sign language.
Get ready to take the best images of the heart of Buenos Aires, with panoramic views of historical places and cultural spaces. Also, to take you a great experience of unique neighborhoods. Some of the points that you will be able to enjoy are Plaza Congreso, Avenida de Mayo, Paseo de la Historieta, San Telmo, La Bombonera, La Boca and Caminito, Costanera Sur, Puerto Madero, Galerías Pacífico, Plaza San Martín, Parque Thays and the Floralis Generica, the MALBA, the Planetarium, the Spanish Monument and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The buses are accessible for people with motor disabilities.
They have screens where you can follow the stories in sign language.
They work only with biodiesel, to take care of the environment.
Attractions of the yellow route
Recoleta, Teatro Colón, Avenida de Mayo, Plaza del Congreso, Paseo de la Cartoon, Plaza Dorrego, La Bombonera, Caminito, Parque Lezama, Puente de la Mujer, Ecological Reserve, Galerías Pacífico, av. 9 de Julio, Plaza San Martín, Parque Thays, MALBA, Planetarium, Plaza Italia, Plaza Julio Cortázar, Arcos District, Bosques de Palermo, Monument of the Spanish and National Museum of Fine Arts.
Red route attractions
Diagonal Norte, Plaza del Congreso, Paseo de la Historieta, Plaza Dorrego, Usina del Arte, La Bombonera, Caminito, Costanera Sur, Puerto Madero, Retiro, Plaza San Martín, Floralis Generica, MALBA, Planetarium, Monument to Christopher Columbus, Parque de La Memoria, El Monumental, Chinatown, Campo Argentino de Polo, Monument of the Spaniards, National Museum of Decorative Art, Recoleta and Teatro Colón.