Things to see in Buenos Aires

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Buenos Aires.
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  • One of the neighborhoods that has the most tourist potential today in Buenos Aires is definitely Puerto Madero. This beautiful urban are is futuristic, innovative, well-planned, and modern. Currently, there is a large housing develo...
  • "Little street that time has erased ..." So goes the famous tango written by Juan de Dios Filiberto about this amazing little street situated in La Boca. Almost all of the buildings are constructed out of metal sheets, the most stri...
  • This exciting place offers A feeling in the air that is nice and colorful, and radiates good cheer to represent a typical city neighborhood. You couldn't got to Buenos Aires without visiting the La Boca neighborhood, both for its st...
  • If you go to the most traditional and oldest fairs in Buenos Aires then San Telmo is a must with its many shops, restaurants, cafes and museums telling stories. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and is characteri...
  • Located in the heart of Recoleta neighborhood of stately, this impressive city of the dead (famous, of course) is one of the most fascinating places in Buenos Aries. The entire cemetery was like a structure of streets, avenues, squa...
  • In the year 1936 the erection of an obelisk was announced, in order to promote a movement of repudiation, on the part of some citizens. The project went ahead, despite the negative opinions. The Obelisk was built within a period of ...
  • Walking in Buenos Aires in March this year, I decided to go on the tour of the United Nations Plaza, as well as the Avenida Figueroa Alcorta and Austria, and to go and see this gigantic Floralis Generic, a metal sculpture that is lo...
  • This is a historical monument that you definitely must visit. In addition, the color of the government house ensures that tourists will never forget it and are always surprised by its beauty. The Plaza also evokes so many events tha...
  • This library is in the Santa Fe Avenue near the corner of Avenida De Callao in the heart of Buenos Aires. It was once the old movie theater and then the Grand Splendid Bookseller recycled it and did so by retaining its structure, th...
  • In the traditional neighborhood of San Telmo Buenos Aires is this very famous market. It is one of the oldest and best preserved within the capital of Argentina. It is characterized by its cobbled streets and colonial houses. In th...
  • "La Bombonera does not tremble, it beats". And so it is. How can it be that such a small stadium in a poor neihborhood of Argentina has become such a symbol of excellence? Because the small "pillbox" is all heart. While walking thro...
  • The incredibly long Corrientes Avenue is a paradise for music and book lovers. I have never been to any other place in the world where there is such a huge number of bookstores per square kilometer! Walking down this street is like ...
  • While La Plata, capital of the province of Buenos Aires, is famous for its beautiful buildings, the cathedral is the most stunning and iconic of them all. It is both striking and huge (it is one of the largest temples in America), a...
  • In a theme park like a zoo, I am entranced by so many colors which illustrate and highlight each specimen which you will find there or each foliage that adorns or complemnts in the reproduction of their natural habitat.
  • Florida Avenue is the shopping street of Buenos Aires. Many galleries are located here. We highlight the Pacific Gallery because it is the oldest and best known. Located in a beautiful building, you can find elegant shops and other ...
  • This street is like the calle Preciados, but it is quite a bit longer. In the background you see that much of Buenos Aires is Madrid but: everything bigger, longer, more intense or more stormy. It is the shopping street par excellen...
  • This building, a mixture of many styles, is the monumental symbol of the cultural life of Buenos Aires. I think the field is built where it occupies about 8 square kilometers, so imagine his majesty. The set is beautiful, and as you...
  • This is a photo that brings back memories of trips to Buenos Aires. The photo was taken while traveling 100km/hour in the car in which I tried to capture the moment of a sunset over the court. The paradox is that I took a picture of...
  • This is one of the biggest stadiums in Buenos Aires. It is located in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Liniers. It was one of the subsites of the Argentina World 78. Watching a football match in Argentina is impressive, because you ...
  • This area for dinner and drinks is highly recommended. It is full of young people out drinking. I was surprised at how late dinner was served here, it reminded me of Spain. It's An ideal place for a night out in the capital of Argen...
  • The Paseo de Recoleta is a wekkend place that is crowded with craft stalls, and markets. It is also right next to one of the most expensive streets in the city and the famous Recoleta cemetery.
  • I recommend that you visit this outlet mall because it is the only site with news outlets of all kinds of Argentina. You can become a fan of it on facebook. http://www.Facebook.Com/pages/DeOutlets-Guia-de-Noticias-sobre-Outlets-de-...
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