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  • 21

    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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  • 22

    La Bomba Del Tiempo

    7 reviews

    Monday Nights starting at 7:00-11pm. This drum show is the best to see Monday nights, amazing!

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  • 23

    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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  • 24

    Calle Florida

    34 reviews

    This famous street is known mainly for women because of your great number of store.

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  • 25

    Boca Junior Stadium

    19 reviews

    This is one's of the Temples of soccer matches. They have a passioned cheer all a round the World.

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  • 26

    Jardín Japones

    15 reviews

    It's a beautiful place, and where I spent a beatiful time too ... there are some tipical japanese fishes, and there are very funny :)

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  • 27

    River Plate Stadium

    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 ...

  • 28

    Palermo Viejo

    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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  • 29

    Avenida Corrientes

    19 reviews

    This famous street close to the "Calle Florida " street, is known mainly for women because of your great number of store.

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  • 30

    Plaza Serrano

    14 reviews

    Come here for drinks before going to a club. It is packed with bars and people. People do not go to clubs until 2:30am.

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  • 31

    El Rosedal

    12 reviews

    Muy lindo lugar. Un área verde, donde poder disfrutar de las flores, la naturaleza, el canto de los pájaros y una linda vista del lago.

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  • 32

    Senor Tango

    12 reviews

    A dinner and a Tango show. You can book it via any hotel lobby. Have the hotel book it and they will pick you up from your hotel. You have a choice of just the show or both dinner and the show. Its a must see show while in Buenos Aires. I really enjoyed it.

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  • 33

    Iglesia Nuestra Señora Del Pilar

    10 reviews

    Lovely church located next to Cementario de la Recoleta. We met a man at the Etoile Hotel who suggested we visit the church, as the interior is lovely. He was not wrong.

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  • 34

    Plaza Dorrego

    11 reviews

    Plaza Dorrego is the central plaza in San Telmo. It is the location of the Sunday Market Fair (Ferria de San Telmo) and is surrounding by beautiful old architecture, bars, cafes and restaurants, antique shops and much more.

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  • 35

    Buenos Aires Design

    11 reviews

    Buenos Aires Design is a thematic mall totally dedicated to design, architecture and decoration. It is a really nice place to buy something unique to your house/office. If you like this kind of thing be prepared to spend a whole day around here.

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  • 36

    Plaza del Congreso

    14 reviews

    Enchant building with historical and Spanish Architecture where decisions of the governments are done.

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  • 37

    Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

    10 reviews

    The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Buenos Aires’ National Museum of Fine Arts) houses, amongst others, a permanent collection of Argentine Art, dating from the late 19th century to the present day. The collection is particularly interesting because it covers a broad range of artistic styles, touching on impressionism, romanticism, cubism, minimalism, surrealism and post-impressionism, to name a few. There ...

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  • 38

    Centro Cultural Recoleta

    9 reviews

    With all kinds of art exhibitions, this cultural center is a place to visit if you are interested in argentine contemporary art. If you plan to visit the Recoleta cemetery, you can pay a visit to this place too! In the same place you have the park, the cemetery, the cultural center and a little shopping mall, Buenos Aires design.

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  • 39

    Avenida Alvear

    10 reviews

    They say money talks and wealth whispers. So picture that this neighbourhood is a quiet part of town.

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  • 40

    Bosques de Palermo

    9 reviews

    The sprawling Bosques de Palermo can be considered Buenos Aires' own Central Park: a green respite from the bustling city. I love to go jogging there and, weather permitting, catch some rays while drinking mate.

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