Perú (Buenos Aires Underground)

Location Avenida de Mayo and Perú
Coordinates 34°36′31″S 58°22′29.4″W / 34.60861°S 58.374833°W / -34.60861; -58.374833Coordinates: 34°36′31″S 58°22′29.4″W / 34.60861°S 58.374833°W / -34.60861; -58.374833
Platforms Side platforms
Opened 1913
Preceding station   Subte   Following station
toward San Pedrito
Line A
Transfer to: Catedral
Transfer to: Bolívar

Perú is a station on Line A of the Buenos Aires Underground.[1] Passengers may transfer from here to the Catedral Station on Line D and to the Bolívar Station on Line E.


This station belonged to the first section of line opened on 1 December 1913, linking the stations Plaza Miserere and Plaza de Mayo. The name corresponds to the street that is above the intersection with Mayo Avenue.

In the 1970s it became Argentina's first metro A line equipped with a pair of escalators.


  1. Perú Station Subterráneos de Buenos Aires S.E.

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