You can find on this page the Buenos Aires streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Buenos Aires roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Buenos Aires in Argentina.

Buenos Aires streets map

Map of Buenos Aires streets

The Buenos Aires streets map shows all street network and main roads of Buenos Aires. This streets map of Buenos Aires will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. The Buenos Aires streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Florida is the most pedestrian, commercial and lively street in Buenos Aires. Nearly a million people (workers and tourists) walk up and down Florida every day. It is located in the Microcenter as you can see in Buenos Aires streets map, the business district, and the best time to visit is around 3:00 PM. Here you will find all sorts of shops: the great stores like Falabella, exchange houses, shoe stores, leather goods stores, computer stores, souvenir shops, clothing boutiques, and eateries. Besides, you can watch spectacles “a la gorra” when you visit Florida (music, tango dancers, magicians and fakirs, living statues, as well as art and diverse objects for sale on the street).

From Florida to Callao, Corrientes Avenue as its shown in Buenos Aires streets map has two faces: day and night. During the day - and from Monday to Friday - the maelstrom of Buenos Aires is an attraction in itself, because in this area are the majority of offices and banks where many people work. The traffic during the morning and afternoon is usually a bit overwhelming, but it is still part of the idiosyncrasy of the place. In spite of everything, you can appreciate the greatness of the street and do some shopping.

Belgrano Avenue and San Juan Avenue as its mentioned in Buenos Aires streets map. His name is no accident and dates from 1849, baptized in homage to the defense of Buenos Aires against the British Invasions of 1806 and 1807. In addition to a wonderful architecture with some colonial details combined with some more modern buildings, Defense is characterized by its paving stones, giving it a distinctive touch and even a characteristic sound that is heard when the vehicles circulate. The Convent of Santo Domingo is also found in Defensa and Belgrano Avenue, as well as and the Basilica Nuestra Señora del Rosario, which dates from 1773 and where the remains of the hero Manuel Belgrano rest.

Buenos Aires roads map

Map of Buenos Aires roads

The Buenos Aires roads map shows all road network and highways of Buenos Aires. This roads map of Buenos Aires will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Buenos Aires in Argentina. The Buenos Aires roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Most Buenos Aires city traffic is regulated by automatic traffic lights, the city residents are notorious for ignoring them. For many years, two major roads, Calle Florida and Calle Lavalle as you can see in Buenos Aires roads map, were traditionally closed to motor traffic during part of the day to allow for a free flow of pedestrians. Now, however, Calle Florida is reserved for pedestrians at all times. Traffic-calming measures, such as speed bumps and closed roads, have been proposed as a means of controlling noise, pollution, and congestion in many neighbourhoods, but as of the early 21st century little progress had been made in implementing these measures.

National road numbers in Buenos Aires were introduced in 1932 as its metioned in Buenos Aires roads map. Most of them have never been changed, but there were major changes in 1979. Most provinces have 1- and 2-digit numbers and some also have 3-digit numbers (these are usually less important but there are exceptions. The province Tierra del Fuego, Antartida e Islas del Atlantico Sur does not have provincial roads. Instead, there are special national roads with numbers beginning with 24C and others with only a letter A-K. Formerly, these were numbered just lowercase a-k (e.g. RNb was replaced by RN24CB).

Avenida General Paz is Buenos Aires ring road as its shown in Buenos Aires roads map. If you are driving into the city, you will know you are in Buenos Aires proper once you cross it. If you are entering from the north, chances are you will be on the Ruta Panamericana, which has wide lanes and good lighting, but many accidents. The quickest way from downtown to Ezeiza Airport is Autopista 25 de Mayo to Autopista Ricchieri. Ruta 2 takes you to the Atlantic beach resorts in and around Mar del Plata. Microcentro—the bustling commercial district bounded by Carlos Pellegrini, Avenida Córdoba, Avenida Leandro Alem, and Avenida de Mayo—is off-limits to all but specially authorized vehicles on weekdays.