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The Subte of Buenos Aires is tried and true, predictable as the tide. You’ve got the D line strikes (announced and suddenly lifted within the same day), you’ve got the vendedores ambulantes placing unwanted packets of tissues in your lap, …

If you’ve ever ridden the Buenos Aires Subte, then it’s likely that you have come in contact with one of the underground’s many vendedores ambulantes, or traveling salespeople, who work it. Whether you’ve ignored the tissues they’ve left

It takes a special kind of person to play an instrument in the Buenos Aires Subte. It’s not just about the talent which, by the way, overflows from the platforms and trains to the tune of dozens of diverse music …

Today marked the long-awaited inauguration of three new Subte stations in the city of Buenos Aires, extending the E line from Bolívar, close to Plaza de Mayo, all the way to Retiro. All in all, the new stations will add …

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, the G20 Leader’s Summit will be coming to Buenos Aires next weekend. With over 15,000 people expected to be arriving for the weekend, the city is going to …

Different government officials held a press conference today to lay out the security operation that will take place in the City of Buenos Aires – and some of its outskirts – during the G20 Leaders’ Summit on November 30th and

November 20th, 2018 marks the first of four monthly increases in subway fares. Prices have gone up from AR $12.50 to AR $13.50, and will reach AR $16.50 in February. In the case of the PreMetro, the climb will be …

The government organization that manages the Buenos Aires subway system, Sbase, announced on Monday that come November it will raise subway (known as the Subte here) fares by one peso each month over the next four months — reaching a …