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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Buenos Aires is the Argentine peso.

£10 = a basic lunch for 1 person with 2 bottles of beer.


The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

Local Time

3 hours behind the UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

The Argentinian summer falls between December and February, which is when the city is at its busiest. Temperatures can reach well into the 30s during this time and it can get particularly humid as well. April can be a nice time to visit, as the weather remains warm but there are fewer crowds. If you want to experience the famous Tango Festival, make sure you visit in August and pack your dancing shoes.
Wherever you stay in Buenos Aires, you’ll find it fairly easy to get around using the city’s excellent public transport links. By finding accommodation in Buenos Aires’ City Centre, particularly around Plaza de Mayo, you’ll be close to the cosmopolitan shopping streets and many cafés. This is also a great place if you want to experience Buenos Aires’ nightlife, as there are plenty of clubs, where dancers do the tango into the early hours.Base yourself further west, with hotels near Avenida Corrientes or Calle Lavalle, if you would like to catch a theatre performance during your time in Buenos Aires. This district is home to a range of different cinemas and theatres.If you’re travelling on a budget, try hostels in San Telmo, where you’ll find a number of inexpensive places just a 10-minute drive from the City Centre. On the other hand, if you’re looking to splash out, head to hotels in Palermo, just a 20-minute drive away, in the north of Buenos Aires. Here, you’ll be able to book upmarket accommodation, wander through historic streets and shop for antiques.For a picture-perfect destination, consider booking a hotel in La Boca, 15 minutes to the south of Buenos Aires. It’s filled with colourful, wooden houses and is an area of interest for sport lovers, as it is the home of Argentina’s football club.Monserrat, just a five-minute drive from the centre, is a fantastic choice for those looking to learn a bit about the local culture. By basing yourself here, you’ll be able to explore ancient religious, Beaux Arts and government buildings.Standing in contrast, Puerto Madero is a popular area among young people, thanks to its recent regeneration. Today, it boasts luxury hotels, glassy office blocks and elegant restaurants.

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