Uber exists in Buenos Aires.
Please note that drivers may ask you to sit in the front seat instead of the back due to controversy
Ask to be picked up at the bus stop, 100m from the entrance, to avoid difficulties
Costs: Often less than taxi
There is no Subte (underground metro) station at Ezeiza Airport
If you want to take public transportation, take a bus
Look for signage that says “Taxi Ezeiza”
Make sure you have cash for taxi
Costs: 400 AR
SIM cards in Argentina are not tetherable
Get a SIM card from one of the many kiosks (cash only) on the street
If you need to pay with a credit card, find a branded Movistar store
More information on how to buy and activate a SIM card
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