Buenos Aires is one of the most attractive cities in Latin America, and it is without doubt Argentina’s greatest host. It is home to exhibitions and congresses with projection throughout the region. There are several travel options to reach the city, either by air, river or road, as well as a diversity of accommodations tailored to every need. Here you will find useful information to plan your trip.
There are countless airlines daily connecting Buenos Aires with different cities around the world and with the interior of the country. Low cost airlines for international and domestic flights have recently started operating. Book your flights in advance!
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Aeropuertos Argentina 2000
By long-distance bus
Long-distance buses are an economic option if you reside in one of Argentina’s provinces, or in a neighboring country. When you reach the Bus Terminal in the Retiro neighborhood, you will find easy access to the city’s public transport network. Get more information at the Bus Terminal.
Buenos Aires has an extensive public transport network and several train lines that allow you to visit the city surroundings. Get your Tarjeta Sube (an electronic cash card to pay for tickets) to travel in buses, subways y trains!
In addition, there are taxis available 24/7, circulating through the streets of Buenos Aires, or you can even request one by phone. See this list.
Access to Emitex, Simatex and Confemaq
For the realization of the event we have chosen one of the main exhibition grounds in the City of Buenos Aires. The covered surface exceeds 20,000 sqm, plus outdoor areas, parking lots (1,500 vehicles) and maneuvering space, spanning over a total area of more than 40,000 sqm within the 17 hectares (42 acres) that make up the Complejo Costa Salguero.
Address: Costanera R. Obligado Avenue and J. Salguero StreetTrade center plan
- By Car
Access to parking lot: 2704 Sarmiento Avenue or 4476 Cerviño Street
- By Taxi
- By Bus
Lines: 12 - 15 - 29 - 34 - 37 - 39 - 41 - 55 - 57 - 59 - 60 - 64 - 67 - 68 - 93 - 95 - 108 - 111 - 118 - 128 - 152 - 160 - 161 - 194
- By Metro
D Line, Plaza Italia station.
- By Train
San Martín Line, Palermo station
Mitre Line, Ministro Carranza station / 3 de Febrero station