Buenos Aires to Antarctica
Argentina's capital city and the main hub for getting to Argentinian Patagonia. There are two airports in Buenos Aires so make sure you know which one you're flying to. There's the International Ezeiea Airport around 40 minutes from the city centre, and then the smaller domestic Jorge Newbery airport, only a 15 minute drive from the Palermo district.
If you're joining an Antarctic cruise that departs and returns to Ushuaia, you'll fly from Jorge Newbery down to Ushuaia which takes around 3 and a half hours. For more information, see Antarctic cruises that depart in Ushuaia.
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Trips that visit Buenos Aires to Antarctica
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This is the ideal voyage if you're looking to explore the spectacular wildlife of the Falkland Islands and South Georgia without compromising on time in Antarctica. Off-ship adventures are perfectly balanced with relaxation time on board your comfortably appointed 5*…
- 21 Days
Tailored to Antarctic travellers with only one night in Buenos Aires and are looking to take in the must-see sights, and some of the lesser-known impressive attractions. Maximise your experience during your brief stop-over with two privately guided outings including…
- 2 Days
The classic way to experience Buenos Aires over two nights, blending the must-see sights with some lesser visited highlights, and rounding it off with an authentic, fun night out. Taken at a comfortable pace, this popular itinerary delivers fascinating insights…
- 3 Days