Things to Do in Buenos Aires

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Puerto Madero

Puerto Madero is a modern neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1990s it was completely renovated into contemporary residence area. Today the liveliest and busiest district of Buenos Aires welcomes you with with its marvelous natural setting and dynamic nightlife.

Recoleta Cemetery

Recoleta Cemetery is a graveyard located in the Recoleta neighborhood of Buenos Aires. It is an in essential tourist attraction as many prominent people are buried here. The cemetery looks like a labyrinth and is famous as "the city of the dead". It is truly a unique and memorable experience you can find nowhere else.

Teatro Colon

Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires is one of the best opera houses in the world. It is compared to La Scala of Milan or Opera House of Paris. It is mostly outstanding for rich history and architecture. The building features marvelous eclectic style. Teatro Colon is a pearl of Argentinian and world culture.


Recoleta is a historically and culturally significant district located in central Buenos Aires. Recoleta is a great architectural interest for tourists for its European architecture. The famous Recoleta Cemetery, a significant touristic attraction known as the city of the dead, also stands in this district.

San Telmo
San Telmo

San Telmo is the oldest district of Buenos Aires. The cobbled-streets, ancient colonial architecture are typical of San Telmo. Here is the must-do list for anyone visiting the district. San Telmo is the heart of Argentinian tango. Take a glass of wine and enjoy the scenery.

Jardin Japones

Japanese Gardens or Jardin Japones (Spanish) are the perfect place to relax from the hustle of Buenos Aires city and enjoy the natural landscape with traditional Japanese architecture, tea and dishes. The garden houses a pagoda style building, a Japanese tea room and traditional restaurant.

Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires

Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires exhibits modern Latin American art worldwide. The museum stands in the historic Figueroa Alcorta Avenue, Buenos Aires. It represents and preserves the contemporary Latin American art from all over the world.

Parque 3 de Febrero

Parque Tres de Febrero is one of the city's most popular open spaces located in Palermo, Buenos Aires. It is also famous as Bosques de Palermo or Palermo Woods in English. The garden hosts two attractions popular among both tourists and locals. Those are the Buenos Aires Zoo and Japanese Gardens.

The Pink House

Pink House or Casa Rosada in Spanish is the headquarters of the government and the residence of the President of Argentina. The building has a light pink exterior, that's why it is named so. It also hosts a museum that exhibits objects related to former presidents of the country. Pink House is a National Historic Monument of Argentina.

Calle Museo Caminito

Calle Museo Caminito is a street museum located in La Boca, Buenos Aires. It is comprised of colorful houses typical of the immigrant inhabitants that came to Buenos Aires in 19th century and made this port area a colorful place. Thus Caminito emerged as an open air, street museum exhibiting the paintings of many famous Argentinian artists! The paintngs represent port life and the tango, which is believed to be born in La Boca.

Palermo Soho

Palermo Soho is a sub-district in the largest neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Palermo. Palermo Soho features innovation and fresh breath. It is the most lively, young, dynamic and modern part of Palermo. It is the perfect spot for you to taste local dishes and shop!

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