Things to do in Buenos Aires

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  • 1

    Puerto Madero

    74 reviews

    If this is your first visit to Buenos Aires, you Can´t miss the opportunity of knowing Puerto Madero. This place its amazing, really beautiful at a sunny day and don't even mention on a warm night. Puerto Madero is an old port completly recycled, with a mix of old building with impressive skyscrapers. Its all a great place to eat, ...

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  • 2

    Recoleta Cemetery

    68 reviews

    Beautiful, serene and filled with history, La Recoleta cemetery was one of my favorite places that I visited while in Buenos Aires. Once you've fought your way through the crowd of tourists in front of Eva Perón's tomb - still unmarked because the government refuses to recognize that it's there - it's a wonderful place to stroll around. Many of ...

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  • 3

    Caminito, Buenos Aires

    49 reviews

    Colorful but touristy. You'll be confronted by several restaurateurs trying to get you to eat lunch. Not a place for the evening, but lunch is interesting.

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  • 4

    San Telmo

    46 reviews

    San Telmo is an area of Buenos Aires that everyone says to see. To me it was just an average neighborhood. It has old street feel and some older buildings. The big drawback is it that is destroyed by all the graffiti around. The area DOES have a great sense of feel and has a few good places to eat ...

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  • 5

    Casa Rosada

    47 reviews

    Argentina's presidential palace. Literally "The Pink House". Worth a walk by and the surrounding area is full of history and charm.

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    Teatro Colón

    29 reviews

    The Teatro Colon took almost thirty years to build, but it finally opened it's doors in 1908. It is one of the most beautiful theatres in the world, and when I was there twice in 2010, it was still being worked on. However, I was able to sneak a peak. If you're interested in classical music, ballet, opera, etc...this is ...

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  • 7

    Floralis Genérica

    34 reviews

    A place where the tour bus lands. My travel mate and I decided to take a walk here as we both are artists and have a love for design. This was to be an opportunity to see something interesting for us. As we got there a tour bus pulled up and everyone poured out with their cameras. It put me ...

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  • 8

    Palermo Soho

    27 reviews

    Palermo is the lovely side of town, where all of the tourists and students usually stop, so there's movement through day and night. If you are visiting Buenos Aires, you should take a tour round the Plaza Serrano which is located in the heart of Palermo Soho and gives it a magical bohemian atmosphere.

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  • 9

    El Ateneo

    26 reviews

    Caveat: El Ateneo Grand Splendid CAN get pricey if you plan on buying a lot of books, or eating a big meal at the café. However, it's also just a lovely place in which to walk around and read. If you like to read, there are occasionally some really good sales and you can buy certain books for less than ...

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  • 10

    Plaza de Mayo

    33 reviews

    Central plaza that is lined by souvenir shops and tourist eateries, Plaza de Mayo is also one that carries a lot of history and characters when the artists are out doing their art things.

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  • 11

    Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    27 reviews

    Another good option if you are in Buenos Aires and you like outdoors and green spaces. At the Japanese Gardens you will find a cultural center, a restaurant, a greenhouse known for its collection of Bonsai trees, a lake with huge carps and a really nice green area to sit back, relax and read or talk for a while. Oh, ...

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  • 12


    31 reviews

    I was actually a bit disapointed in this. A lot smaller than i expected!

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  • 13

    Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires

    24 reviews

    The Malba is one of Buenos Aires’ most popular and well-known contemporary art galleries. It host exhibits from local and international artists, including photographers, illustrators, painters and sculptors, throughout the year and houses a fairly large bookstore full of artistic souvenirs and texts. It also presents a wide range of independent films and documentaries, from Argentina and other parts of ...

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  • 14

    Puente de la Mujer

    24 reviews

    This bridge, recently built at Puerto Madero, represents the women's legs when they are dancing tango.

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  • 15


    22 reviews

    Life in Buenos Aires is exciting and fun, but it can get a bit overwhelming. Going out of town too often can get expensive if you decide to go far away. Tigre, located in the Buenos Aires Province, is a great place for a one day getaway from the city. You can get there using the train (Ferroviaria) using the ...

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  • 16

    Calle Florida

    34 reviews

    When I travelled to BA, this street was in the process of being relaid. Unfortunately the temporary measures that were in place meant that the street was virtually impassable.

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  • 17

    Boca Junior Stadium

    19 reviews

    fan number 1

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  • 18

    La Boca

    22 reviews

    This is definitely a place to visit if you are in Argentina. The place is SO colorful! One of the street is lined with artist selling their wares. Another street is lined with restaurants where you can also watch performers/dancers. Just note that since this is a tourist spot the prices are relatively more expensive.

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  • 19

    Jardín Japones

    15 reviews

    This serene space contains a cultural center, a greenhouse known for its bonsai trees, a restaurant, and, of course, the gardens. Take a stroll through this gorgeous park to find some peace.

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  • 20

    River Plate Stadium

    13 reviews

    Estadio del Club mas grande de Argentina. Donde habitualmente también juega la selección nacional de fútbol, ya que es el de mayor capacidad.

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