Book flights from Sao Paulo to Buenos Aires with Qatar Airways
Arriving in Buenos Aires
Ezeiza is part of the huge city of Buenos Aires, and the location of the main airport serving the city. Book a flight to Ezeiza with Qatar Airways and you arrive in a vibrant, energetic and typically South American city with all the colour, noise and brashness that goes with this complex location.
Across Buenos Aires there are hundreds of sites to explore. The city is divided into Districts, so it’s best to plan your visit carefully so that you get the most from your trip. What you will find wherever you go in Buenos Aires and Ezeiza in particular is that the people are incredibly friendly and eager to show you the very best of their city.
Ezeiza is primarily the location of the airport and much of Buenos Aires industrial heartland, including newly developed areas for its growing high-tech industries. This attracts business travellers from all over the world, but if you want to see the old Buenos Aires then head into the city centre. The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is the country’s most important arts museum and has works of international significance in its galleries.
The Manzana de las Luces is Buenos Aires’ key centre for culture and learning, and is home to workshops and the fascinating tunnels and underground network of workshops that have been in use since the 18th century.
You cannot experience Buenos Aires without the Tango – the legendary dance invented in the city. The best place to see an authentic Tango (rather than one that has been adapted for the tourists) is at a ‘Milonga’. Head to the Salon Canning, El Beso, Porteño y Bailarin and the Maldita Milonga for the best dancers, or pick up a guide map called the TangoMap Guide to find one in the area near you.
Two hugely popular sports in Argentina are football and polo. Their two football teams, the Boca Juniors and the River Plate, are followed with real passion, and tickets to their matches (known as the "Super Clasico") are the hottest tickets in town. For horse lovers the polo matches held at the polo fields in Las Canitas, especially the major December tournament, are a must see.
Flights to Buenos Aires with Qatar Airways land at Ministro Pistarini International Airport, also known as Ezeiza International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Buenos Aires please check the visa and passport requirements.
From the moment you check in to the moment you land at your destination, enjoy a smooth and stress free experience with luxury flights from Sao Paulo to Buenos Aires with Qatar Airways. Relaxed elegance, award-winning service and careful attention to detail make our long-haul flights relaxing and luxurious. Our attentive cabin crew deliver service with a smile; while you sit back, relax and enjoy the generous space and premium comfort on board our state-of-the-art aircraft.
The bustling capital city of Buenos Aires is one of the most vibrant and diverse on the planet. A visit here gives you a chance to experience the colourful European-style architecture, walk the chic neighbourhood of Palermo and sample some of the best cuisine on the planet – Buenos Aires is a real treat for the senses. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, at Qatar Airways it will be our delight to take you there.
Flying from Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos–Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport (also known locally as Cumbica Airport) is the main international airport serving Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Its central location and proximity to the country’s main tourist resorts makes it a hugely important passenger hub. It also has the accolade of having the Tropic of Capricorn pass through its southern tip. The airport is modern, busy and has plenty of facilities for passengers flying from Sao Paulo with Qatar Airways.
Parking and transportation
The airport is vast, but is well served by a network of buses supplied by both the airport and independent operators. Line 13 of the Sao Paulo's suburban rail system, the CPTM, is under construction and is expected to begin operating this year.
Taxi stands are located outside the two terminals, and hotels along Paulista Avenue and Rua Augusta are happy to organise airport transportation by limousine or taxi for passengers.
There are two main parking locations, one of which is located approximately 2km from the airport but connects to the terminals with regular bus shuttle services. A second short-stay ‘Park and Board’ car park is located four minutes from the main airport.
Arriving at Sao Paulo
Passengers flying from Sao Paulo with Qatar Airways depart from Terminal 3 Hall F. The open plan design of the terminal should make locating check in desks relatively easy. Large lounge areas for passengers are dotted throughout the terminal with access to a range of amenities including cafeterias and duty free shopping.
Facilities and amenities
Terminal 3 has recently been revamped, and there is a selection of retail outlets selling premium quality goods and accessories now located in T3. Currency exchange facilities and ATMs are positioned throughout the terminal, as are a number of refreshment suppliers, including cafés for light snacks and drinks. These are mainly focused around the mezzanine area in T3.