|Level of crime||74.88||High|
|Problem people using or dealing drugs||63.03||High|
|Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft||70.52||High|
|Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery||72.87||High|
|Problem corruption and bribery||88.06||Very High|
Is it safe to walk around Buenos Aires at night?
Buenos Aires is generally pretty safe and you can comfortably walk around at all hours of the night in many places, even as a solo woman.
What is the poorest city in Argentina?
Santiago del Estero’s population reached 100,000 in 1970. The province, however, remained one of the poorest in Argentina, falling further behind. In 1993, the city made international headlines when rioting erupted around the governor’s mansion.
Are things cheap in Argentina?
As of this writing (March 2021) Argentina is quite affordable for those bringing in high-value currencies. If on a tight budget, expect to spend as little as US $22-30 per day, including hostel accommodation, cheap eats, and local public transport.
What should you not wear in Buenos Aires?
Don’t wear high heels in Argentina.
- High Heels – As I mentioned above, the streets are not very kind to high heeled shoes! …
- Flip Flops – Avoid wearing open-toed sandals in general, but especially flip flops.
What should I wear in Argentina?
Like in Spain, Argentines tend to dress up more than the average American. Young men wear jeans and t-shirts or soccer jerseys, but you’ll also see men wearing nice pants and shoes. Women generally wear very feminine clothing. To fit in with your surroundings, avoid wearing grubby jeans, sweatshirts, and sneakers.
Is Uber safe in Buenos Aires?
Despite the resistance from the taxis union and the local government, UBER continues to operate normally in Buenos Aires, and it is one of the most efficient ways to navigate the city, especially for tourists and expats.