Also known as “Subte,” it is the oldest underground in South America and the southern hemisphere.

On December 1st, 1913, Line A was inaugurated, which linked the Plaza de Mayo and the Plaza 11 of September (now Plaza Miserere).

More than 100 years later, it now has six underground lines, an exterior line (Premetro) and more than 100 stations that connect different points of the city. There are still areas to cover, which for now can be reached by bus. The lines are:

  • A (light blue): Plaza de Mayo – San Pedrito
  • B (red): Leandro N. Alem – Juan Manuel de Rosas
  • C (blue): Retiro – Constitución
  • D (green): Catedral – Congreso de Tucumán
  • E (violet): Retiro – Plaza de los Virreyes, Eva Perón
  • H (yellow): Facultad de Derecho – Hospitales
  • Premetro, which has two branches:
    • Intendente Saguier – Centro Cívico
    • Intendente Saguier – General Savio

It usually works from Monday to Friday from 5.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m., on Saturdays from 6 a.m. to midnight and on Sundays and holidays from 8 a.m. to 10.30 p.m., depending on the line.

For more information about rates and passes.

Underground map

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