Transport in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires is a very large city and, even if you're staying in the city center, sooner or later you'll have to use public transportation. Since the metro network is very limited, buses and taxis are the most common means. Main means of transportation Buenos Aires Metro (Subte) Get to know the lines, schedules and prices of the Buenos Aires Metro. Discover the particularities of the oldest metro in the southern hemisphere. Buses in Buenos Aires (Colectivos) Argentine urban buses, better known as “colectivos” or “bondi”, are the most used public transport system in Buenos Aires. Taxis in Buenos Aires There are over 35,000 taxis in Buenos Aires that offer a comfortable and affordable way to get around the city. Check out the fares and our advice here. Remises in Buenos Aires Remís are chauffeur-driven cars that operate in a very similar way to taxis. Find out about their differences, fares and other interesting facts. Another way to explore the city Buenos Aires tourist bus Buenos Aires tourist buses have 24 stops where you can hop on and off throughout the day. Find out their routes, timetables and prices here. A more convenient way to pay If you're planning on spending a lot of time in Buenos Aires, this card is very convenient. SUBE Card The SUBE card is a contactless card that passengers wishing to use the Buenos Aires public transport network in a fast and convenient way can put money on. Learn all about it here. Jorge Newbery Airport Metro (Subte) You may also be interested in Jorge Newbery Airport Located 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) from central Buenos Aires, Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (AEP) operates domestic flights and some international flights to Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay. Metro (Subte) The Buenos Aires metro, better known as Subte, opened in 1913, becoming the first underground transportation network in Latin America and in the entire southern hemisphere.