The Course will be held on the AULA MAGNA - Pabellón II, campus of the University of Buenos Aires (Ciudad Universitaria) located in the neighborhood of Nuñez, Intendente Güiraldes 2160, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


To get around while in the city, a good reference is wikitravel.org. The subway network reaches most touristic attractions, and several bus lines go all over the city. You can plan your route here. Bus and subway rides cost less than AR$10. To use buses and metro, you need to buy an electronic ticketing card called SUBE and add some credit to it. See the map of selling locations. The card costs less than AR$30.

Buses to reach Campus UBA -Ciudad Universitaria-

List of buses going to the campus: 33,28,42,45,107,37,160. Warning: The destination sign on the bus should indicate "Ciudad Universitaria"

Buses interactive map: omnilineas

CABA interactive map: How to get...

Reference Points on campus



October is a spring month in Buenos Aires, with daily temperatures ranging from 12°C (53.6°F) to 25°C (77°F) in average. High levels of humidity, due to the influence of the river, often make it feel hotter.

Useful CABA Travel Information, Oficial Site: turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar

Useful Argentina Turist Information, Oficial Site: turismo.gov.ar


Electric power supply in Argentina is alternating current at 220 volts, 50 hertz.


To find the current rate, as well as other relevant information, please refer to Diario Ambito Financiero


It is customary to leave a tip equivalent to 10% of the bill.
No tip expected, but it is standard to round up to the nearest peso.


To find updated lists of attractions in Buenos Aires, please visit TimeOut Buenos Aires. If you are planning to spend a weekend in town, it might be worth visiting the delta of the Paraná river, an area known as Tigre. More on official website.


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