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    Puerto Madero

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

    What's nice about Puerto Madero is that it is so very different from San Telmo. It's modern, pristine, quiet, and, to some, a bit sterile because of that. But walking around the docks along the water, stopping for a beer at an outdoor cafe, and then heading over to the Costanera Sur for a choripan before entering the Ecological Reserve ...

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  • 2

    Cementerio de la Recoleta

    Junín 1760, JUNíN 1116 Argentina
    61 reviews

    I know it seems a bit strange to include a cemetery in a tour guide, but the Recoleta Cemetery is beautifully designed, and houses the spirits of many of Argentina's most illustrious characters. Much of the area around the cemetery has been industrialized, but here, you can look at the beautiful architecture and think. If you're a cat-lover you will ...

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  • 3

    Caminito, Buenos Aires

    49 reviews

    I don't know why people say that this is a great and unique place to go. I've found it ugly and unsafe. Also everything there is overpriced. Not recommended!

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  • 4

    San Telmo

    Defensa 1200, LANúS 1065 Argentina
    46 reviews

    San Telmo is where the first European (Pedro de Mendoza of Spain) came ashore in 1536. It was here and a little farther south in LaBoca, that most people settled down to live. Now most of the Portenos have moved on to tonier neighborhoods such as Recoleta, Belgrano, and Palermo. When visiting San Telmo you must stop and visit the ...

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  • 5

    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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  • 6

    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

    Very lively square in the centre of BA. When I went there appeared to be various political events taking place, which made it a bit lively.

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  • 10


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

    The Obelisk was erected in 1936 as a symbol of the Argentine nation. Saint Nicholas Church (the first place where the Argentinian flag was flown) was demolished to make way for the Obelisk.

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  • 11

    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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  • 13

    Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires

    Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Buenos Aires C1425CLA Argentina
    24 reviews

    Check out MALBA's impressive collection and pay special attention to Antonio Berni's "Manifestacion" (1934), a moving socialist realist scene of Argentinean laborers.

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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

    Calle Florida is Buenos Aires' most famous pedestrian walkway and thoroughfare. You'll find the Galerias Pacifico Mall, restaurants, and other retail outlets. I enjoyed walking back and forth on the Calle Florida. You get a chance to see real life Portenos engaged in living their lives.

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  • 18


    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, Palermo

    16 reviews

    I lived in this barrio for about a month and loved every minute of it. It's one of the safest neighborhoods in the city (though still probably not a great idea to walk around by oneself in the middle of the night), and has plenty of good restaurants, shops and cafes to drink café con leche.

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  • 20

    River Plate Stadium

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

    I went to a River Plate game here because, well, you have to when in Argentina. It was the craziest thing I've ever seen. The opponent's section was fenced off with barbed wire and policemen with sub machine guns. When the game was over (RP won), the opponent section was allowed to leave first, AND THEN the rest of the ...

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