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Teresita B&B Location

We are located 30 minutes train ride from downtown Buenos Airesin in a beautiful residential area called Adrogue in the south of Buenos Aires.


There is a professional and trusted car services at both the International and National airports with drivers available 24 hours. It is a lot more cost effective than if you request airport transportation from a company that does not have offices at the airport.

Manuel Tienda Leon

Airport location: Their offices are located just where you walked out from arrivals. They have yellow panels with black letters (you can not miss it). In any case, ask for “Manuel Tienda Leon”

Cost: between USD 30-USD 32 – The ride is about 20 minutes.

You need to give them our address (tell them you need a ride to Adrogue):

Teresita B&B
Spiro 456, Adrogue – CP 1846
Buenos Aires
4293-5992 (Carry our phone number just in case)

Private Car Services

Visit the website of Jorge Jordana who offers transportation services (he is affordable and speaks English):


Catch the train

Within 5 blocks from Teresita B&B you can catch a train to Constitución station (main train station in downtown Buenos Aires). The ride takes about 30 minutes, trains leave Adrogue train station every 15 minutes.
These are the neighborhood where the train stops before reaching Constitucion: Temperley, Lomas de Zamora, Banfield, Remedios de Escalada, Lanús, Gerli, Avellaneda, Hipólito Yrigoyen and then Constitución. There is also a train back every 15 minutes.

Catch special little shuttles

For a little more than the price of the regular buses (u$s 1), you can catch a shuttle that takes you to downtown Buenos Aires. They are convenient and have air condition carrying only up to 6 people. They leave every 20 minutes and cost (u$s 2). They are located 5 blocks from our B&B. You can also take them on the way back. Shuttles take about 45 minutes to reach downtown Buenos Aires.

Once in downtown Buenos Aires

You can take the “subte” (underground train), taxis, buses to the many attractions in Buenos Aires. Read What to see in Buenos Aires

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