Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina and the most popular tourist destination in South America. The city is known for its rich culture, cuisine and entertainment, making it the perfect choice for a Latin American holiday. “Baires,” as locals call it, has become one of my favorite cities in the world, and I’m excited to show you why.
Although the wheelchair accessibility of South America is generally poor, Buenos Aires has set itself apart as one of the most wheelchair-friendly destinations on the continent. With curb ramps at nearly every intersection and city buses with ramps, it has never been easier to explore Argentina’s capital. Using the world’s first and only guide to wheelchair accessible travel in Buenos Aires, you be prepared to experience all of the excitement that the city has to offer.
Ezeiza International Airport is an accessible gateway to South America and the world.
Attractions & Sights
Historic buildings, public parks, museums of art, history and culture are all within reach.
Hotels & Accommodations
These Buenos Aires hotels offer handicap accessible guest rooms with roll-in showers.
Wheelchair users can use city buses and portions of the metro/subway.
A number of companies offer wheelchair transportation using [...]