Flights to Buenos Aires

Find cheap flights to Buenos Aires | Skyscanner

Flights to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina. It has a charming European vibe, as reflected in its architecture, but also maintains its vivacious Latin roots. The locals of this port city are affectionately known as Portenos.

The main international airport in Buenos Aires is the Ministro Pistarini International Airport.

  • 33 km to central Buenos Aires
  • A taxi ride to central Buenos Aires costs around costs RM115 (465 Argentine Peso) and takes 40 minutes


Cheap Buenos Aires Flights

Skyscanner can help you compare the best prices across airlines and online travel agents. It is an online flight finder where you can view flights based on preferences such as flight timings, favourite airlines, and number of stopovers. Read more about how to use Skyscanner. It is absolutely free!

Also, Malaysians enter Buenos Aires visa-free. Read Skyscanner’s guide to visa-friendly cities in America for Malaysians.

Best Time to Visit Buenos Aires

Fall (March to May) and Spring (September to November) are the best seasons to visit Buenos Aires. To see the jacaranda trees in full bloom, visit during October and November.

At the end of February and early March, enjoy performances and concerts at the annual Tango Festival. Tango music was birthed in Buenos Aires and this is an event not to be missed.

Dozens of barrios (neighbourhoods) in Buenos Aires celebrate The Carnival throughout February, and murgas (marching bands and dancers) parade the streets in a colourful display of music and dance. 

Things to do in Buenos Aires

What to see in Buenos Aires

A good place to start off a trip to the city of Bueno Aires is the La Recoleta Cemetery, which has ornate monuments and many of the city’s famous residents are buried here, including the late Evita Peron, adored first lady and wife of Juan Peron.

For a local experience, visit the Sunday Markets in San Telmo, where close to 300 vendors peddle a wide range of antiques and miscellaneous goods. Then, stroll through the suburb of La Boca, where charming shops and restaurants line the streets. Indulge in creative artwork, live music and some tango dancing.

Appreciate the fine arts by watching tango shows or even learning the sensual dance yourself at milongas (dance salons) or dance schools.

Don’t miss the weekend event Feria de Mataderos, where the customs of the gauchos (cowboys) are celebrated. Thousands come to enjoy the food, music, dancing, crafts and feats of horsemanship.

The city is also famous for its rambunctious nightlife. Restaurants, bars and clubs open until late with a diverse set of music and activity.

What to eat in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires’ cuisines are largely meat-based. Enjoy juicy grilled steaks paired with a glass of malbec or bonarda at Parrillas (steakhouses) followed by an ice cream dessert of dulce de leche (caramel) helado.

This information is correct as of 30 July 2017.

Flexible where you fly? Search nearby airports for bigger savings.

Airports near Buenos Aires

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.