Apartment El Salvador2 Map
Apartment | El Salvador 5975 PB, (Intersection with C/ Areva, Palermo Holliwood Buenos Aires, Argentina .
- Air Conditioning
- Self-catering Facilities
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
Please note that we will take the total cost of the stay as a deposit and deduct from it in the case of damage.
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From International Airport: Ministro Pistarini (EZE/Ezeiza) is the most important air port in the country and is used for international flights. This airport is located 35 minutes by car from downtown. By minibus (a transfer service): you have to ask for this service in the arrivals area of the air port. The price is USD 10 approx. By regular bus: Although a long trip (between 1.5-2 hours), it is the cheapest.
The buses run at regular intervals throughout the day (less often during the night), with easy-to-read signs denoting pick-up spots every 200 meters along the street. Each bus line can be identified by a number (and often times the area it travels around). To travel by bus, it is necessary to pay with coins, as the tickets are bought from a machine operated by the bus driver that does not accept bills. To get here you can get 55, 39, 140, 168 and 151. Although if you are coming from the tube station the best buses to take will be no 29 and 37.
Subway is the fastest way to travel, but it only works until 11pm. The tube station will be in between Thames and Santa Fe. Go out of the station and leave Santa Fe on your right and take Thames Street, see the map attached.