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The Teatro Colón (Spanish: Columbus Theatre) is the main opera house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is ranked the third best opera house in the world by National Geographic and is acoustically cons... más información

The Teatro Colón is the main opera house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is ranked the third best opera house in the world by National Geographic, and is acoustically considered to be amongst the fi... más información

Teatro Colón (Colón Theatre) is the main opera house in BA. It's ranked the third best opera house in the world, and is acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world.



Arte y culturaMuseos
3415 Avenida Pres. Figueroa Alcorta·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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El Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires – Fundación Costantini fue fundado en septiembre de 2001 con el objetivo de coleccionar, preservar, estudiar y difundir el arte latinoamericano des... más información

The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires preserve, research and promote Latin American art from the onset of the 20th century to the present. This Museum should be at the top of the museum li... más información

The Malba (Malba) - Costantini Foundation was founded in September 2001 with the aim of collecting, preserving, studying and disseminating Latin American art from the early twentieth century to the pr

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The museum has a large collection of art pieces, Argentinian artist like Xul Solar (His Art is like Paul Klee) Emilio Petorutti (His art art at the beginning was Futurista, but after his friendship... más información

There are three that make it unique: First, its extraordinary artistic heritage, which makes it the largest public collection in Latin America. Among its more than 12,000 pieces, two collections st... más información

The excellent National Fine Arts Museum houses the nation’s largest and most important collection of Argentine art, plus a number of European works from the likes of Goya, Rodin, Rembrandt and others.

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La Recoleta Cemetery (Spanish: Cementerio de la Recoleta) is a cemetery located in the Recoleta neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It contains the graves of notable people, including Eva Per... más información

I'm absolutely obsessed with the "Recoleta Cemetery" being that I'm a Art dealer could be why. It's Free to the public. Though you should hire a guide to walk you though the cemetery. They are the... más información

Is a cemetery located in the Recoleta neighborhood. It contains the graves of notable people, including Eva Perón, presidents of Argentina, Nobel Prize winners, the founder of the Argentine Navy, a... más información

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The Café Tortoni is a coffeehouse located at 825 Avenida de Mayo. Inaugurated in 1858 by a French immigrant whose surname was Touan. The café itself was Inspired by Fin de siècle coffee houses. Caf... más información

The Café Tortoni is a coffeehouse located at Avenida de Mayo. Café Tortoni was selected by UCityGuides as one of the ten most beautiful cafes in the world.

Café Tortoni is the most famous “café” in Buenos Aires. Worth a visit just for the history. Also great for tango lovers. Avenida de Mayo 825


La Cabrera

$$$· 5099 José Antonio Cabrera·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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Parrilla, parrilla and more parilla! This is one of the best in BA. "Bife de chorizo" (sirloin) is huge and most of the meat cuts come with sides that will fill you up, so no need to order anything... más información

Meat lovers can't miss eating here! Pricy but worth it. Don't order side dishes since you'll get plenty little ones with your order. Packed with tourists so you must do a reservation, or go before ... más información

High end Argentinian parilla place - something special. Probably the best parilla place in town for the combination of menue, ambiance, service and quality of the meat. Reservation recommended.


Reserva Ecológica

Parques y naturalezaParques
1550 Av Dr. Tristán Achaval Rodríguez·Mapa·Sitio web·

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Fantastic natural park with trails through marsh areas, beautiful trees and flora, and an abundance of local birds and small animals just steps from the city center. A must visit while in Buenos Ai... más información

The biggest park in the city here you'll see the most birds and fauna, great to go for a hike or rent a bike. Then eat a choripan on one of the stands of la costanera, always check there's many peo... más información

Just outside of Puerto Madero, and a quick bike ride, is the Reserva Ecologica. Fabulous views of the city and Rio Plata. Bird Sanctuary. Two bicycles are available for guest use. Inquire.

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It is the newest neighbourhood of BA and sports the latest trends in architecture. Set on a coastal strip with old docks, recycled to give place to elegant offices and luxurious restaurants.

Puerto Madero Waterfront, is a district that occupies a significant portion of the Río de la Plata riverbank and represents the latest architectural trends in the city of Buenos Aires.

An impressive, well-mantained riverfront area, "Puerto Madero" has the latest architectural trends in the City of Buenos Aires, beautiful sights, a great nightlife and restaurants.


El Ateneo

1860 Avenida Santa Fe·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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El Ateneo Grand Splendid is a library located in Buenos Aires , Argentina . It noted for stand Where did the Grand Splendid theater , having preserved the original architecture of this theater , bu... más información

El Ateneo Grand Splendid is a library. It was chosen by the British newspaper The Guardian as the second most beautiful bookstore in the world. Noted for locating where did the Grand Splendid theater,

Ex Grand Splendid Theater. Nowadays is magnificient library. One of the best in the world. Arquitectura original. Elegida por The Guardian como la segunda librería más hermosa del mundo.

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Don't miss this place! Free entrance, beautiful sculpture and it is so peaceful in here. There is a little butterfly garden so butterflies are flying around everywhere. You can take beautiful photo... más información

Located near Plaza Italia, the botanical garden offers benches where to hang out away from from the heat and the crowd. Open 8AM-7PM but closed on Mondays and in case of rain. Free entrance.

The Botanical garden contains over 5,500 species of plants, trees and shrubs from Latin America and across the globe, plus an assortment of local cats that live on the premises.

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The Pink House) is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina. The palatial mansion is known officially as Casa de Gobierno, ("House of Government" or "Government House").

La Casa Rosada is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina. The palatial mansion is known officially as Casa de Gobierno.

La Casa Rosada is the seat of executive power in Argentina. Within it is the office of President of Argentina. Also houses the Museum of the House of Government, related to the country's presidents ob

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Shiny mall offers dozens of clothing shops, bookstores, jewelry boutiques, and electronics and houseware stores. Services include a food court, a cinema complex and a good kids’ area on the 3rd floor.

Alto Palermo Shopping is one of the most important and popular shoppings in Buenos Aires. Located in Palermo neighbourhood, between two of the most famous avenues, Santa Fe and Coronel Diaz

Great Shopping Mall, also restaurants etc. Nice shops and lots of places to eat , some fast food but quite good. Marta

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A pioneer in the Buenos Aires brunch scene, Oui Oui has been honoring brunching foreigners for years. One of the only brunch menu that’s available every day, anytime.

Great place for brunch (any day). Cute wooden tables and dried flowers on the wall actually evoke hole-in-the-wall quaint French dining.

The Brunch place to go, if you like eggs benedicts you cant miss Oui Oui

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The Plaza de Mayo (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈplasa ðe ˈmaʝo]; English: May Square) is the main square in the Monserrat barrio of central Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is flanked by Hipólito Yrigoyen, ... más información

The Plaza de Mayo is the main square in the Monserrat barrio of central Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is flanked by Hipólito Yrigoyen, Balcarce, Rivadavia and Bolívar streets.

Plaza de Mayo is the oldest in Buenos Aires and the scene of all the major political events in Argentina's history. Bordering the square: the Cabildo, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Pink House, etc.

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Epicenter of Palermo Soho's bar and cafe culture is a sure fire bet any night of the week. Sure it's touristy but Argentines dig it as well, making for a hopping mix. Weekend artisan and clothes fair.

Plaza Serrano is located in the neighborhood of Palermo. This area is characterized by a large commercial networks movement both day and night, because of its craft fair to the many bars, restaurants.

Cool nice neighbourhood packed with bars, restaurants and design shops. Two neuralgic points are "Plaza Serrano" and "Plaza Armenia".

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The ABC of tourism in Buenos Aires would start here, ain't that big deal if you live here but it wouldn't hurt you to take a picture over there. I recommend going on a weekend cos during the week t... más información

The Obelisco de Buenos Aires (Obelisk of Buenos Aires) is a national historic monument and icon of Buenos Aires. Located in the Plaza de la República, in the intersection of avenues Corrientes and ... más información

9 de Julio is one the widest Avenues in the world flanked by dozens of cultural highlights such as the Colon Theater and the Obelisco, a symbol erected to commemorate the first foundation of the City.

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The museum has a piece of lunar rock which was brought back to Earth by the Apollo XI mission. Is home to a collection of 100 million year old sea life and amonite fossils from Neuquén Province.

Commonly known as Planetario, it has a piece of lunar rock which was brought back to Earth by the Apollo XI mission and gifted to the planetarium by Richard Nixon.

It is another must-see tours of Palermo. Located in the Parque 3 de Febrer, founded in 1968, the building invites you to enjoy the universe shows, appreciating 8,900 stars, constellations and nebulas.

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The Horse Racing Track and the Polo field are two gems of our neighboorhood. Several events and concerts are held there. Argentina is known to be the home of the best polo players in the world!!

One of the most prominent horse racing venues in Argentina, its installations include a 2400 meter (1.5 mile) track suitable for races in all weather. Founded on May 7, 1876.

Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo is located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. One of the most prominent horse racing venues in Argentina. Enjoy your day placing a few bets and having some drinks.

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Tango, rock, and salsa lessons. Private lessons with experienced bilingual teachers as well as the opportunity to participate in group lessons.

One of the most well knowned "milongas". Tango, milonga, rock and salsa clases. Dine, dance and watch live shows.

Dine in, dance & live shows. Tango, Rock, Milonga & Salsa classes available.

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Dorrego Flea Market,located on the corner of Dorrego and Niceto Vega. Hanger-like building houses stall after stall of vendors, some selling their own hand made or hand discovered goods.

'Flea Market' full of antiques, period furniture, amazing art deco pieces, glass ware, china and typical Argentine vintage wares.

"Textures and Stories of Buenos Aires” I love the Mercado de las Pulgas. Full of tattered and preserved antiques, from retro games to jewelry to once elegant and newly restored furniture.

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The greatest stadium of Argentina, of River Plate football club, the greatest of the country by the way ;). The Argentine national team also plays here. There's a museum and you can enter the field.

Home ground of the famous River Plate football (soccer) team. If you are visiting during the season, try to catch a game there. It's a sporting experience like no other.

River Plate Stadium. Amazing matches of soccer, also Recitals and Concerts.

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The Recoleta Cultural Centre is an exhibition and cultural events centre located in the barrio of Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It holds sculptures and exhibitions, as well as concerts and art... más información

Interesting Cultural Center, with lots of activities and art shows. Surrounded by parks, during the weekends you can buy lots of atys and crafts in the park, and see free shows.

Argentine and international art exhibits. The show Fuerza Bruta is highly recommended, an impressive show of energy and art but check before to make sure is of your taste ...

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It's the biggest park in Buenos Aires. You can run, rent a bike, roller blads. It also has lakes with ducks (you can rent a boat) and there's the Rosedal (a garden of roses) that's beautiful and yo... más información

Our Central Park, worth to visit for some jogging during the afternoon, close to the sunset, or just to walk around. In the Paseo de la Infanta there are many places to have a drink and enjoy to wa... más información

It's a nice place go for a walk or do some jogging, its has a lake, lots of green spots to make a picnic. It also have a french style rose garden, that worth a visit in blossom season.

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One of the most known 'parilla' in Buenos Aires, offers top notch cuts and a great selection of wine. They cater to both local and foreigner guests, waiters speak English. Expect a long wait outsid... más información

In a neighborhood better known for nouvelle cuisine treatments of Argentine food, Pablo Rivero and his parents built Don Julio into a mainstay by presenting top-quality plates of classic parrilla stea

One of the best parrilla in the city. Go there and sign your bottle of wine. Una de las mejores parrillas de Buenos Aires. Andá y firmá tu botella de vino.

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Best visited on Sundays when tourists and locals alike flood in to attend the weekly street fair and flea market. Be watchful for good deals, and bring in your own water, as it's quite expensive he... más información

San Telmo is the oldest neighborhood of Bs As. It is a well-preserved area and is characterized by its colonial buildings. Cafes, tango parlors, bars, antique shops and cobblestone streets.

San Telmo is the oldest neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Characterized by its colonial buildings. Cafes, tango parlors and antique shops, which are often filled with artists and dancers.

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This is one of the traditional pizzerías in the city, covered in old pictures and posters from old and current Argentinean actors, tango singers, football and boxing, etc, you'll get a glance of wh... más información

Crusts are thick and doughy, draped unapologetically in dense, oozy mozzarella and liberally spangled with jamón and morrón. AuthenticNeapolitan pizza this is not but you're unlikely to find a slice.

By far the one of the best traditional Argentine pizza in Buenos Aires. This famous pizzeria opened in 1934 and has been serving delicate, thick crust pies ever since.


Café La Biela

GastronomíaCafés y cafeterías
600 Avenida Pres. Manuel Quintana·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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Café La Biela is a traditional café in the Recoleta district of Buenos Aires, Argentina situated at 600 Quintana Avenue on the corner of Junin street, opposite the church of Nuestra Senora del Pila... más información

Call a taxi to La Biela in the Recoleta district to take tea or coffee outside in the sunshine beneath the Gomero – a 1791 rubber tree. If you're thinking of having breakfast, order medialunas - th... más información

Spread out under a 300 year old "gum tree" lies the famous patio of La Biela. Great spot to linger over coffee (make sure you specify you'd like espresso coffee, otherwise it's regular), wine, beer...

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Great local restaurant that attracts both locals and tourists for lunch and dinner. Very good value, it´s got an extensive meat and northern regional dishes menu and you can also create your own sa... más información

Is a classic "'parrilla" with argentinian meat. But if you can, try the humita cake (pastel de choclo o humita) is a cake with yellow corn, is very very delicious. It is not too expensive

Pros: Best steak house around. Affordable price. Big portions. Open all day long. Delivery. Cons: Always full. Cash only. No wifi.

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In the heart of Palermo Soho, this green plaza is surrounded by boutique shops, bars, and cafes and restaurants with outdoor seating

Another awesome place to go in the day or in the night, pubs, discos, drinks, great places to eat or breakfast, another must go in your stay in BA!

Plaza Armenia is the second epicenter of Palermo Soho. Plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.

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The museum has its origins in a marriage in 1897 between two prominent members of turn-of-the-century Argentine high society: Matías Errazúriz, the son of Chilean émigrés, and Josefina de Alvear, t... más información

Containing over 4,000 pieces of decorative art, the National Decorative Arts Museum is housed in a suitably sumptuous building and has a great little café (the Croque Madame Café) and bookshop.

One of the most traditional houses of Buenos Aires aristocracy converted to one of the finest collections of art in South America. Worth going for a coffee or a glass of Chardonnay at Croque Madame... más información