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    Puerto Madero

    Avenida Alicia Moreau de Justo 200, LANúS 1007 Argentina
    74 reviews

    Puerto Madero is a modern development on the old wharfs of Buenos Aires. It is home to the fantastic Fortabat private art collection as well as the very trendy Faena hotel. Many traditional restaurants also have branches there. The Costanera Sur nature reserve is on the east side of Puerto Madero ( It is perfect for bird watchers and leisurely ...

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    Recoleta Cemetery

    José León Pagano 2684, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina
    68 reviews

    Recoleta is a highlight of Argentina. The stone cemetery is a stunning city of the dead - above ground monuments line rows and rows of aisles. Things to note: Evita's tomb is here, but it's not one of the decorative, elaborate sites. A simple family tomb (her family, not her husbands) is where she is interred. In the summer, the ...

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  • 3

    Caminito, Buenos Aires

    702–780 Calle Araoz De Lamadrid, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    49 reviews

    El Caminito (Little Lane) is La Boca's most colorful street. I really enjoyed the walking this street lines with restaurants, arts-and-crafts shops, museums, and gift shops. This is a must-see!!

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    San Telmo

    Defensa 1200, LANúS 1065 Argentina
    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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    Casa Rosada

    Balcarce 50, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
    47 reviews

    La Casa Rosada, Argentina's presidential palace, is perhaps most famous as the site where Eva Peron gave her speeches to her legions of followers (it was also immortalized in the "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" scene in the film "Evita."

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    Teatro Colón

    Libertad 621, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
    29 reviews

    Teatro Colón isn't just an important opera house, it's also an architectural feat. The outside looks especially beautiful at night, and the inside is majestic and has great acoustics. For this reason the theatre is used for opera, symphony concerts, musicals and the occasional rock concert (such as Soda Stereo's Charly García). The guided tours require a fee, but if ...

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  • 7

    Floralis Genérica

    Facultad de Derecho - Universidad de Buenos Aires, Av Pres. Figueroa Alcorta 2263, 1425 Buenos Aires, Argentina
    34 reviews

    An interesting object in the Plaza Naciones Unida in Recoletta. Try to catch it at either sunrise or sunset when it opens and closes.

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  • 8

    Palermo Soho

    27 reviews

    Palermo is BsAs's largest neighborhood. its "Soho" section is home to trendy restaurants and great design stores, especially of Argentinian origin. The cross of Honduras and Armenia is a good point to alight from your taxi. The area is especially lively on Saturdays and every night. You can reach it in 10 mns by taxi from the apartment.

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    Plaza de Mayo

    Avenida de Mayo 800, LANúS 1084 Argentina
    33 reviews

    One of the main square in Buenos Aires. There are a lot of sights to see and activities to do. A mix of historical buildings, commercial structures, museums, restaurants and cafe. An excellent place to explore the city. Be ready and wear your comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking.

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  • 10


    Cerrito 370, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina
    31 reviews

    Located in Buenos Aires downtown, In the intersection of 9 de Julio Avenue and Corrientes Avenue. If you are in the middle of your tourist walk in downtown this is a must stop.

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    El Ateneo

    Avenida Callao 1000, Ciudad De Buenos Aires, Argentina
    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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  • 12

    Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    Avenida Casares 2966, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
    27 reviews

    The Japanese gardens are a pretty part of the huge Palermo park. Visit them during the week as they are overrun by Portenos on week-ends. 10mns at most by taxi from the apartment.

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    Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires

    Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Buenos Aires C1425CLA Argentina
    24 reviews

    A fairly modern museum which was well laid out and gave me a good introduction to Latin American art, about which I knew very little.

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  • 14

    Puente de la Mujer

    Dock 3, Buenos Aires C1107AAP Argentina
    24 reviews

    Puente de la Mujer is a beautiful bridge in Puerto Madero, just a short walk away from Retiro/Microcentro (Downtown). You can see the La Plata River on either side and it looks great during the sunset and at night. It's a good place to talk a walk and think, and is also near cafés, restaurants, and the Edificio de la ...

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  • 15

    La Boca

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    22 reviews

    La Boca became famous in the 19th century when the Italians began building their homes along the dockside, in this, the southernmost part of Buenos Aires. The area is known for its colorful buildings and it's soccer team, the Boca Juniors.

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  • 16

    Boca Junior Stadium

    19 reviews

    Catch a game at the legendary Boca Junior Stadium to take part in a quintessential Argentinean activity: watching (and loving) futbol. But watch out: fans are known to get more than a bit crazy.

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  • 17

    Calle Florida

    Calle Florida, Vicente LóPEZ B1602 Argentina
    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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    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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  • 19

    Palermo Viejo

    16 reviews

    To me Palermo Viejo is the crown jewel of Palermo's many sub-sections. It is the perfect combination of accessibility, quaintness, style and sophistication; not to mention the fact that it has hundreds of restaurants that fit all tastes and budgets. It is also a shoppers haven. You can find everything from trendy boutiques to cool, hip second-hand shops. It should ...

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  • 20

    River Plate Stadium

    Avenida Pres. Figueroa Alcorta 7597 Buenos Aires, Argentina
    13 reviews

    That's the second soccer temple of Buenos Aires, where the other top two team from the capital have their matches. Wonderful place, with an easy access... And, a wonderfull stadium too, don't forget to make the guided visit.

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