Flights to Buenos Aires
Visit Argentina's vibrant capital for a tango, a great steak and more.
per person one way from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch
Terms and conditions: Advertised fares are based on travel originating in New Zealand.
For airfare only bookings paid with credit, debit or charge card, a fee of $17.50 per person per one way long-haul journey applies. For airfare only bookings made through our Contact Centre a non-refundable service fee of $60 per person, per one way long-haul journey applies. Customers who purchase fares using Airpoints Dollars™ online will be required to pay the government and airport charges which are included in this fare by internet banking or credit card. Airport and government costs will vary and are subject to currency fluctuations. Taxes on return sector will vary from those on the outbound journey. Unless otherwise stated, travel is via Air New Zealand non-stop services from Auckland to Vancouver and Buenos Aires and beyond on partner airlines. Travel ex Wellington or Christchurch is via Auckland on Air New Zealand domestic flights. Travel from provincial points in New Zealand to international flights ex Auckland on the Air New Zealand network available with additional costs. Connections from provincial New Zealand points requiring an overnight break in the journey will be at the passenger’s own expense. Advertised fares to Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal are based on travel via Vancouver. Advertised fares to Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Rosario and Montevideo are based on travel via Buenos Aires. Flight and routing restrictions may apply.
Premium Economy: Air New Zealand domestic flights and connecting flights will be in Economy class. Business Premier: Air New Zealand domestic flights and connecting flights may be in Economy class. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or on all dates. Please note for travel beyond Buenos Aires and Vancouver, partner airlines inventory may not loaded for the entire travel period.
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For travel to Canada and South America the baggage limit is 1 piece for Economy fares, 2 pieces for Premium Economy, and 3 pieces for Business Premier; not exceeding a maximum weight of 23kg (50lbs) per piece. See further baggage information. Airpoints™ Terms & Conditions, General Terms and Conditions, Global Saver, Premium Economy terms and conditions apply. TTY assistance is available for deaf and hearing impaired via NZ Relay on 0800 4 711 711.
Argentina's capital is a place that will rekindle your mojo. Famous for its vibrant nightlife, European-style architecture and passionate tango, Buenos Aires' bold, sensual nature is irresistible.
You'll feel it during the day, particularly if you spot a couple dancing the tango or if you learn to dance at one of the city's many milongas or tango houses. And you'll feel it at night, as the porteños (the people of the port) are known for enjoying a drink, dinner and dancing into the small hours.
Things to do in Buenos Aires
Perhaps what makes this buzzing metropolis so memorable, and earned the nickname 'the Paris of the South', is its rich history. It's evident when you're exploring the brightly coloured seaside buildings of Caminito in La Boca, a barrio known for its edgy vibe, or wandering the cobblestone streets of San Telmo or Palermo Viejo, two of the city's oldest and loveliest areas for a day of shopping and lunching. And history is inescapable at the extraordinary Recoleta Cemetery, which includes Eva Peron's mausoleum.
Chimichurri is an intense combination of parsley, garlic, chilli, oregano and onion. It's steak's best friend.
Buenos Aires isn't only for tango lovers and historians. Foodies will also have a ball here, particularly those who love a good steak, as Buenos Aires is teeming with parrillas, or steakhouses, where you'll find your tender piece of beef grilled to perfection. In Argentina, great steak comes with a superb sauce - chimichurri is a favourite. The intense combination of parsley, garlic, chilli, oregano and onion is steak's best friend.
Buenos Aires can be sweltering in the summer, but for the most part it enjoys a mild, steady climate. You can always take a dip at the urban Buenos Aires Playa beaches or head out on the waterways of the Tigre Delta to get a taste for the luxurious side of Argentinian urban life. Discover the distinct Buenos Aires neighourhoods in videos.
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Best time to go
The most popular times to visit Buenos Aires are spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May).
How much will it cost?
Not including air travel and hotels, you should allow about USD $100 to $150 a day per person for food and entertainment.
The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Argentina: typhoid, yellow fever, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and influenza.
Auckland (AKL) to Buenos Aires (EZE)
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Wellington (WLG) to Buenos Aires (EZE)
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Christchurch (CHC) to Buenos Aires (EZE)
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Queenstown (ZQN) to Buenos Aires (EZE)
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*Flight times are based on the fastest route available.
**Indirect flights may also be available for this route.
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