It was very difficult for me to order tickets for concerts or other theatre performances in Buenos Aires through web pages before my arrival there. So, I found this place where you can go and buy the tickets on your own. The funny thing is that they don’t speak English at all so I had to give a theatrical performance to explain that I wanted a ticket at the arena for OZZY and not up at the seats of River Plate stadium :) They have tickets for many small or big events
It is located at Microcentro, Viamonte 560 (Galería) .
I walked up Florida street and turned right. http://www.ticketek.com.ar/
San Telmo Chico
On your way between Monserrat and San Telmo and slightly towards Puerto Madero is the ultra tiny neighborhood of San Telmo Chico. I add this tip not so much because I think San Telmo chico is so wonderful, but to me it represents all of the wonderful little neighborhoods that are hidden in out of the way streets that the tourists never get to see. And as I got further towards the end of my trip, San Telmo Chico was like a beacon for me; a reminder that Buenos Aries has so much more to offer than just Recoleta, La Boca and all of the rest. I suggest (and I hope to follow my own advice next trip) that you take a walk down some random streets and just explore the real hidden beauty that exists in Bs As. And this is a good example.
The Museum of the City
The Museum of the City (El Museo de la Ciudad) is a museum of the city´s architectural heritage and items of the life and work of its people. It is situated in a traditional house built in 1894, in the area of Monserrat. The old Farmacia de la Estrella, which still maintains its original furniture and decoration from 1900, is on the ground floor.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11 am to 7 pm. Sundays: 3-7 pm.
Free admission: Wednesdays.
A little town called Nono (outside Cordoba)
From Buenos Aires we flew to Cordoba and took a bus to a little countryside town (very little) called Nono. The first night we camped and awoke to the most beautiful sunrise over the edge of the Andes Mountains. While the sunrise was amazing we did not bring our camping gear and decided to stay in a cozy bed and breakfast in town the next night to avoid freezing.
This pedestrian street is located in the city's microcenter and runs from Plaza San Martin up past Av. Corrientes. The Galerias Pacifico mall is probably the most famous shopping landmark along this stretch, but the whole street in lined with shops selling everthing from jewelery, leather goods, shoes to CDs.
You'll also see your share of street vendors, street musicians and tango dancers for your entertainment.