Hotel Tres Sargentos

Tres Sargentos 345, Buenos Aires, 1054, Argentina
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Need guidance for teen travel.

by mgfmarvin

I will be going to Argentina as a member of student Organic farmers. I will be staying w/ several host families/ different sites.
this my first time to go there. I will appreciate any kind of suggestions, advice for a female traveller. I plan to ride the bus from destination to another destination. Plan to stay for 6 months. I am excited to go but of course scared and stressed. My mom is actually driving me crazy. She is much more worried tham i am. Thank you so much for your help.

Re: Need guidance for teen travel.

by Paulinho551

Argentina is quite a large country. So a traveller will find different travelling conditions in different parts of the country. As far as the city of Buenos Aires is concerned, there is a subway system, railway system and many microbus lines that will allow anyone to reach different places in the city and its surroundings. Where exactly are you going to be?

Re: Need guidance for teen travel.

by Porteno

Overall, Argentina is a very safe country. Pick pockets, purse snatchers etc yes, but violent crimes are not too frequent. That being said, just use the same common sense you would anywhere, don't wear expensive jewelry, don't flash big bills or lots of cash, don't leave your possessions un-attended for even a moment. A good example was when the Bush daughters were visiting Buenos Aires, sitting at a sidewalk cafe, surrounded by Secret Service agents someone pinched their purse which had been placed on the ground under the table. :) Even had their cell phone which listed the phone number to the private quarters at the White House :) So just watch yourself, don't go walking down dark streets alone at night, don't drink to excess etc.

The long distance buses are very nice, a bit different than taking a Greyhound :) They normally will have two, sometimes three classes of service, semi-cama is the more traditional bus seat. Cama or Cama-ejec is a larger seat that almost makes a lie flat bed for sleeping, food service, movies etc. More like Business Class on an airline. And then there is Cama Suite, which would be more like first class on a plane.

Shoes and clothes are pretty good values in Buenos Aires so you might choose to pack light and buy once you get there. Dressing in this manner will also help you blend in a bit more rather than having the TOURIST sign flashing.

So you can assure your mother that overall visiting Argentina is most likely safer than sending you off to travel across the USA or most European countries. If you don't speak Spanish learn some before you go.

You are in for a fantastic trip and you will find that Argentina is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and the Argentine people some of the friendliest you will ever meet. So relax and enjoy. And I am native norteamericano by the way :)


Re: Need guidance for teen travel.

by treyond

Hi there you don`t have to worry about nothing, this is a friendly country and we got a lot of funny so you`ll gonna have good time. Emailme if you want to go somewhere here. Bye.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

You must visit Recoleta,...

by Cheewa

You must visit Recoleta, Puerto Madero, the Contemporary Art Museum in front of the Law College, San Martin Square & Palermo area. When I travel I miss a lot:
* The people (very beautifull)
* To drink a coffee & beers with friends.
* San Martin´s Square.
* Our problems...

Abundant Bakeries

by TexasDave

Coming from the U.S. where it is increasingly more difficult to find quality baked goods other than at large supermarkets, it was enjoyable to frequently find small, independent bakeries selling all kinds of breads, breakfast pastries, and other sweets at inexpensive prices. Throughout the city they appear without having to search them out.
The panaderia in these pictures is on J. L. Borges, about 3 blocks S of the Botanical Gardens and Av. Santa Fe.


by sabrina_florida

We love dogs, so you'll see many people walking their beloved ones here... but be careful! They don't pick up the dirt...! That's been a problem for many years, and despite the fact that everybody complains about it, nobody does anything!
Dog walkers are a typical sight too!

Take a stroll around Belgrano

by mrtourne

I know, it's not the most touristy area but there is something about the Belgrano neighbourhood that always gets me. Whether is taking a stroll around the many tree-lined streets, stopping by at La Redonda for mass or grabbing dinner at Sucre or having tea at one of the many cafes in this neighbourhood, you'll feel like a local in no time.

Stay away from Cabildo avenue though, it's gotten to be a discount shop haven, and it's a bit more grimy than it used to be. My favorite areas are in the square delimited between Cabildo, Juramento, Luis Maria Campos and Federico Lacroze.

From downtown you can take the D subway line to the Juramento station and when you get out go east on Juramento (easy way to know if you are going the right way - it's the wide side of Juramento, it turns into a one lane street on the other side of Cabildo). You should see La Redonda, pictured here, on your right at the first intersection - from there on you can stroll around the streets, there are some cute shops and cafes on Sucre.

Florida St. has it all!

by arielak about Silvia y Mario, Florida Garden, Distal Book shop

This pedetrian walk has it all. It is a nice pedestrian walk specially between Alem Avenue and Cordoba, where the mall is (Galerias Pacifico). This mall offers to of the line brands.

In books stores such as Distal you can find good bargains, a full colored , incredible quality Gauchos Book for 100 pesos (33 us)

For leather we went straight to "Silvia y Mario", a traditional shop whos been in teh bussiness for 30 years, half way from Florida St. on "MT de Alvear st. 550".

Found much better prices, quality and variety of jackets than in the mall. We paid less than $200 for a state of the art jacket.

We were told to have a coffe (ristretto) at Florida Garden, a classic bar, which is in teh corner of Paraguay and Fl st. Their cheesecake rocks! Anything from leather jackets to books, to the finest coffe.


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