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Plan Your Trip from San Diego to Buenos Aires

San Diego's Airport

Orbitz.com can help you find cheap flights from San Diego for your next trip. San Diego International Airport, also known as Lindbergh Field, is located on San Diego Bay, three miles from downtown. The airport is the busiest single-runway airport in the United States. Domestic and international flights are provided by 20 different airlines, including JetBlue, Delta, Southwest, United and US Airways.

Airport Parking Information

The San Diego International Airport offers both hourly and long-term parking spaces. Short-term parking is offered at $4 per hour and long-term parking costs between $11 and $28 per day. You can park your car for up to 30 days. Be aware that curbside parking is never permitted at San Diego International Airport.

Ground Transportation Information

If you would prefer not to leave your car at the airport, metered taxis are available to transport you to the airport. Taxi fares are approximately $2.20 for the first 1/10 mile and $2.30 for each additional mile. San Diego also has a bus system, with a fare of $2.50-$5.00. Not only can Orbitz.com help you plan your discount air travel, it can also help you plan your ground transportation.

San Diego Airport Restaurants

There are many restaurant options available at the San Diego International Airport. You can grab a bite to eat at Chili's To Go, Starbucks, McDonald's or many other restaurants while waiting for your flight. There is also an NFL Bar. There is a variety of shops where you can purchase anything from books to cell phones. Keep checking Orbitz.com for cheap flights from San Diego.

Ministro Pistarini International Airport

Booking flights to Buenos Aires has been made effortless by Orbitz.com. Buenos Aires, also known as the "Paris of South America," is serviced by Ministro Pistarini International Airport. The airport is located 14 miles southwest of downtown Buenos Aires. More than 8 million passengers pass through this airport every year. It serves as a hub for Aerolineas Argentinas and LAN Argentina airlines. American Airlines, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, Alitalia, Copa Airlines, Delta Airlines, Iberia, and British Airlines also operate at this airport.

Transportation at Ministro Pistarini International Airport

The airport offers covered and uncovered parking for short-term and long-term availability. There are also spaces for the disabled, pregnant women and government officials. Parking rates change throughout the day depending on the time. However, one can expect to pay up to $40 per day for parking. Taxis and shuttle buses are readily available on the lower terminal. Expect to pay $30 each way from downtown Buenos Aires. Travel time is estimated at 30 minutes, depending on traffic.

Weather in Buenos Aires

The weather in Buenos Aires is mild year-round. Summers are very warm, and winters are cool, with distinct seasons. The average temperatures in the summertime are in the high 70s. The average temperatures in the spring settle in the mid 60s. Winter temperatures average in the high 40s, while fall temperatures are in the high 50s.

Attractions in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is an international city that has a lot to offer travelers. Visitors often stop by the Casa Rosada, the official residence of the Argentinean President. Recoleta cemetery is also a sight to see. This is the cemetery where Eva Peron is buried. To take advantage of all this city has to offer, book your flights to Buenos Aires with Orbitz.com.

Buenos Aires When to Go

Argentina’s summer high season falls in January and February. Temperatures are hot and humid, often reaching the mid-90s. If you come the first two weeks of January, many of the locals have left for summer vacation, hitting the beaches of Argentina and neighboring Uruguay. Nonetheless, this is when hotels have their highest occupancy rates and prices. In February, the city hosts Fiesta de las Murgas, BA’s version of Mardi Gras.

Springtime in Buenos Aires is a special season, with temps lingering in the mid-70s. Not only are the jacaranda trees in resplendent purple bloom in October and November, but the city also hosts two of its best festivals. In early to mid-October, the World Tango Festival comes to San Telmo. In late November, the Las Cañitas neighborhood plays host to the largest polo event in the world, the Argentine Open Polo Championships.

June and July can be cold and rainy, though it rarely snows in Buenos Aires and the temperatures usually stay above 40 degrees, even reaching 60 degrees during the day. If you’re in town in late August, catch Buenos Aires Fashion Week, which features the upcoming summer collection.

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