How do you get to EZE? (Remis, taxi, bus...)

Napoleon

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So I'm going to EZE tomorrow and I usually either take a taxi or a remis.

1) Does anyone "swear by" a certain remis? (cheap price? the guy does something extra?)

2) Has anyone actually tried the bus? If so, how long does it take?

3) What's the going rate these days? I haven't been to EZE to fly out in quite a while.

Usually I'm giving the advice, but I need some help on this one.

Thanks,

Napoleon
 

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Ask a cab driver for a fixed price before you get in and be prepared to try 2,3 cabs. Someone will take you for 50 or 60 peso
 

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What area are you looking to take a remise from? The last time I had heard it was about 70 pesos, but I am sure that is low now, as our local remise folks have increased their rates recently...so I would assume 100 pesos.

I know there is a company* that has posted here several times and others have said he does a great job...do a search here for that, good luck!

**it is a private business

http://picasaweb.google.com/fourpoint64/LincolnPalermo?authkey=Gv1sRgCIKA5bXr4J7...

Found the link...if you go to the "directory" here it is listed under transportation/remise
 

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I generally use Tienda León, though once or twice family have taken me or picked me up.

Last year, travelling light (a single bag), I took the train from Constitución to Ezeiza and the 'bus from there to the airport; the fares totalled AR$3.60.
 

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We ususally call Premium taxi, 5238 0000, ask the lady at the phone for the price : this is a fixed price (the same for every taxi company). Last time we used it it was 70 pesos.
 

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I always call Rodolfo Cutufia (15.6055.5438). He's been written up in a lot of articles about his friendliness and he keeps notebooks that all his passengers sign. My friends took him and invited him to a party where I met him. He's a great guy and there's lots of good conversation. He only speaks Spanish, but with my mediocre Spanish, I can get by. The last time I took him it was $70 pesos.

Here's some articles:

On Accepting Rides From Strangers:
http://www.theargentimes.com/culture/thecity/on-accepting-rides-from-strangers-/

El Taxista Amigo (video):
http://videos.lanacion.com.ar/video9513-el-taxista-amigo

And his Facebook page:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/Rodocutufia?ref=ts

Give him a call!
 
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