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  • 1

    Puerto Madero

    74 reviews

    An interesting conversion of the former docks. Found it a bit soulless in places but discovered a good ice cream parlour there.

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  • 2

    Recoleta Cemetery

    69 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

    46 reviews

    San Telmo is an old aristocratic area of the city. The wealthy deserted it in the XIXth century after an epidemic and took refuge onto the slightly higher ground of Recoleta where the apartment is. Over the past Decade or so, San Telmo has become increasingly fashionable so old houses are being restored, antique stores are being replaced with clothing ...

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  • 5

    Casa Rosada

    47 reviews

    Casa Rosada is the official office of the President and a National Historic Monument of Buenos Aires. It sits at the end of Plaza de Mayo and is the location of many historical moments.

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  • 6

    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

    Floralis Genérica is an interesting sculpture located in the Palermo district of Buenos Aires. Originally, the petals would open and close depending on the hour of the day, but that functionality was disabled a few years ago due to one of the petals having been incorrectly installed.

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  • 8

    Palermo Soho

    28 reviews

    Part of the larger Palermo Viejo district. Very hip area, home to a number of designers

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  • 9

    El Ateneo

    26 reviews

    I love this book store in an old theater. You can review your books sitting at the cafe that stays where the stage was.

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  • 10

    Plaza de Mayo

    33 reviews

    The largest plaza I went to and probably the most famous. The Casa Rosada is located here as well as several other famous and historical buildings. It was a blend of historical and modern architecture. You really got a sense of history when you walked through the plaza for the first time.

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  • 11

    Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

    27 reviews

    Great place. Full of life. Excelent food =)

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  • 12

    Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires

    25 reviews

    It's not the sort of "see-everything-on-the-run" museum. Actually, it is quite small, but that's for the best; you can take your time to contemplate the art and the well designed lay-out. For those who are not experts (like me), you'll even find some works by Frida, Rivera and Soldi, so that's a plus. Oh, and don't forget to check the ...

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  • 13

    Obelisco

    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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  • 14

    Puente de la Mujer

    24 reviews

    A very uniquely shaped bridge connecting two points in Puerto Madero. The bridge spans a canal built by the Argentines.

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  • 15

    Tigre

    22 reviews

    Leisurely cruise down the Tigre, we were rewarded with sights of some of the coolest (literally) houses with boat docks and get a sense that life doesn't have to be rush rush rush all the time.

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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

    Unexpectedly, this was a highlight of our trip. We weren't even planning to go on a tour of the place, but we found ourselves in the neighborhood about 5 minutes before a tour left, so we looked at each other, shrugged, and decided to take it. We were the only English speakers in a tour of at least 50 people, ...

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  • 18

    La Boca

    22 reviews

    Almost every color in the Crayola repertoire appears to have been used in this working-class enclave at the mouth (boca) of the Riachuelo River. The neighborhood was constructed with scrap materials from nearby shipyards, including leftover paints scrounged together by residents and resulting in this visual treat.

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  • 19

    Jardín Japones

    15 reviews

    Jardín Japones it very nice place:)

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  • 20

    River Plate Stadium

    13 reviews

    River Plate Stadium is nice place 2 go :)

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