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Subway System - Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Buenos Aires Metro (locally known as el subte, from "subterráneo" meaning "underground") is an extensive system providing access to various parts of the city. Opened in 1913, it is the oldest subway system in the Southern Hemisphere and in the Spanish-speaking world. The system has six lines (A, B, C, D, E and H), 80 stations, and 52 km of track. Under an expansion program, it is expected to expand to 89 km by 2011. The underground is the quickest means to move within Capital Federal. The system currently covers around

46 km, with 80 stations and carries, annually, 250 millon passangers. It has a fixed fare that is paid in the ticket offices of any of its stations. Each token allows you to go to any part of the city, even to make long trips changing lines. The ticket fare is $ 1,10 and subway services operate from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM Monday throught Saturday and 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM on Sundays. Tickets or subtepass are purchased in the subway stations. Here we show you a diagram with all the underground lines with its corresponding stations.


Buenos Aires Subway Metro Station

Buenos Aires Subway Metro Ticket
Buenos Aires Subway Pass

Buenos Aires Subway Metro Map - Argentina
Buenos Aires Subway System Map - Click on image to enlarge

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