America Studio All Suites

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Uruguay 847, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1015, Argentina
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near buenos aires

by nech56

In mid January we, a middle aged couple will be in Buenos Aires. What can we do for day tripd nearby? We could also go for a few days?

Re: near buenos aires

by sheherezad

Before I left fo BA mid Oct, I was advised the day trip accross the river to Paraguay but I, personally, was too jet lagged to do it! Cheers!

Re: near buenos aires

by cochinjew

Day trip to Colonia in Uruguay, by boat. but you are entering another country so take care of the visa, reentry etc. Delta Tigre a short train ride away. Colonia is best done with a night spent there.
BA itself is a magnificent city with so much to do.

Re: near buenos aires

by vtveen

Colonia: day trip with the fast ferry
Tigre: by public boat including a walk in the delta (see http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/tfr/1/17875d/6/176156/

happy travels
Jaap

Re: near buenos aires

by Huentetu

You could take the ferry to Colonia, Uruguay and spend a night or go to the Tigre river delta by train. There are places to stay there too. The other option would be to go to an estancia, a farm outside the city, where they do riding and typical barbecues. I would list them in that order for preference.

Re: near buenos aires

by marky2010

A few days in Paraguay is a good way to spend a few days but I would recommend heading in the opposite direction to see the pampas. Here you can stay on an estancia and live and learn about the gaucho way of life.

Mark

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

City

by pmp_yo

Hi,

We offer private tours around the city, musseums,street fairs, historic buildings and so on, also night-life. We can customize the tour accoridng to yoru budget/need and time.
Drop us a line and let us know the palces you would you like to visit

Check it out at: http://www.amigospanish.com/

9 de Julio Bvd

by DPando

The widest in the world ... looks great....the first time i saw it i was attonished wow!! such a wide place and long at the same time...wider than Champs Elysées in Paris and crowded by cars going up and down from Constitucion to Retiro...it means that cross all the lity long and then it becomes in a motorway
The avenue is overwhelmed by great buildings for dozen and dozen of blocks, the best attraction is the obelisc in Plaza Republica croosing other important avenue, Corrientes

THERE ARE NO COINS!

by solcitom87

That's the message you'll see everywere in every shop! "no hay monedas" (no coins) that means that if you are buying something for $3.50 and you paid with a 5 pesos note, they wil probably ask you for the 0.50 cents or will ask you if they can give you a candy or lollypop instead of the 0.50 cents coin!

for some reason Argentinians we are still trying to find out why coins are missing! for change or to travel in Colectivos. There is a mafia or smth like that, that it's keeping our coins!

So save your coins! there are not that many around!

A Well-Worn Building

by Bwana_Brown

During the afternoon of our final day in Argentina, we re-visited the historic San Telmo area of the city. After lunch, we decided to walk the few blocks from it's main tourist area, around Plaza Dorrego, to the National Historical Museum, located beside Parque Lezama.

Our route along Av. Defensa took us through a not-so-touristy part of town, past an abandoned and boarded up old school (see General tips) and beneath the bare concrete expanse of the elevated multi-lane divided highway leading out of the city toward the International airport.

It was interesting to observe this 'other' face of Buenos Aires, with the buildings on this street having that 'lived in' appearance! This particular one caught my eye (and, without bright sunlight, the photo does not do it justice) because of it's ornate appearance contrasting with the peeling paint, unkempt vines and numerous flower pots!

I got the impression that this was an area you should take a taxi through when it is dark!

Avenida Alvear

by Varinia

Along the way you will view the excellence in design and building of the different residences and small palaces that survived the town-planning changes.

The most exclusive representatives of haute couture are on this avenue, maisons such as Versace, Nina Ricci, Prada, Louis Vuitton. Also along the avenue are fine jewelries, shoe stores, and leather garment stores.
Open Hours: 24 hrs

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Address: Uruguay 847, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1015, Argentina