Rent a car at Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery Airport with Europcar
Conveniently located just two kilometres north-east of downtown Buenos Aires, Jorge Newbery Airport is within easy reach of the capital’s top attractions. As well as being the main hub for domestic flights from Buenos Aires, this international airport also covers destinations such as Uruguay, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.
If you want to explore as soon as you arrive, our city-based car hire service is hassle-free meaning you can pursue your onward journey without delay.
The Europcar car hire experience at Buenos Aires Jorge Newberry Airport
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, we have a whole array of new vehicles to suit your needs from family-friendly models such as the Toyota Corolla – which can seat five people with ease and carry four cases –to compact, eco-friendly vehicles from marques such as Volkswagen. We also have a host of manual and automatic cars to choose from, so no matter what your driving preference you can feel confident while zipping around a new part of the world.
With a range of flexible car hire solutions, you can rent one of our vehicles on a daily, weekly or monthly basis depending on your situation. We offer a friendly, reliable service to put your mind at ease and while picking your vehicle from Europcar Buenos Aires Jorge Newberry Airport might be the easiest option, you can drop it back at any of our other Europcar stations.
Discover Buenos Aires Jorge Newberry Airport and surroundings by car
Buenos Aires is one of the most visited cities in South America and it’s easy to see why. There’s so much to see and do in this part of the world which is why hiring a car and travelling at your own pace makes perfect sense. While one day you may fancy soaking up the local architecture with a trip to Puerto Madero or Teatro Colon – one of the largest and visually stunning opera houses in the world – another day you may want to stroll through the colourful street of Caminito.
Other hotspots include Recoleta Cemetery – where the elite of Buenos Aires and Argentina are buried – as well as the political hub of Plaza de Mayo where you’ll find some of the city’s most-popular landmarks including the oldest national monument in the area, The May Pyramid. Antique lovers are sure to enjoy a trip to the Sunday market at Plaza Dorrego and then there’s the Buenos Aires Botanical Garden home to more than 5,000 species of plant.
As a city surrounded by stunning seas and beautiful sand dunes, a trip to the coast – particularly the nearby Mar Del Plata – is sure to please anyone who enjoys swimming in the ocean or relaxing after a busy day of sightseeing. Top beaches can also be located in nearby provinces with Villa Gesell, Pinamar and Mar de Ajo topping the list.
Driving in Buenos Aires
In Argentina, they drive on the right side of the road and overtake on the left, so if you come from a country where this is reversed, please take extra care. As a rule children under ten must sit in the back of the vehicle and vehicles must be parked in the direction of traffic flow.
While there are some on-street parking facilities available, many people prefer to leave their vehicle in special parking ‘garages’. There are many dotted throughout the city, so look out for the all-important ‘E’ signs.