La Perla

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ave Jujuy 36, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1083, Argentina
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Costs 41% less and rated 13% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples33
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Currency Exchange

by NGCH2

Can someone advise on currency exchange? Can this be done in the hotel or are there currecy exchange shops easily available in the city

Re: Currency Exchange

by juliogg

Currency Xchange in BA is no big deal. All high end Hotels will change $$. (Euros, Dlls, UK, Canadian $, etc)

Re: Currency Exchange

by cgf

I usually go to Banco Piano S.A. San Martin 345, next to Florida
Anyway there is plenty of banks and exchenge places in the area and the exchange is much better then any hotels or shops.
I suggest to do not change in the street.

Re: Currency Exchange

by jerry786

Hotels will gladly echange your money, always at he worst exchange rates. The best place is probably at banks. There are several "cambios" on Santa Fe, between Carlos Pelligrini and Esmeralda, near Plaza St Martin. If you exchange money at a casa de cambio you will have to present your passport, photocopies are not accepted.

Re: Currency Exchange

by natii

hi, how are you?? There are currency exchange shops all over buenos aires, donĀ“t worry about that!

Re: Currency Exchange

by philsuitcasebuddy

Downtown (Micro Centro) has many Banks and foreign exchange houses located in the area and streets between Florida Street and Reconquista. I, like another reply on this post, would recommend Banco Piano on San Martin 345. They always have good rates. It's a bit old school looking inside. It may look like chaos when you go in, with people standing all over the place. But just walk around to the left and you will find many exchange windows. Just take your place in one of the queues. They generally move along pretty quickly. Remember to bring your passport when changing money anywhere.

There are many ATM machines that you can use. If you are afraid that your card will get gobbled up by the machine, then use the ATM's at Banco Itau. The machines do not take your card in, you just swipe the magnetic strip in and out.

Note that bank times are 10am til 3pm. The ATM's are 24hrs.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Centro Cultural Borges

by K-nalla

Excellent shows for very economical prices (10-30 pesos) There is even the fill-in price. You pay 10 pesos and wait till the last person comes in and then you fill in the empty spaces, sometimes very good ones. Here you will also find a lot of information about Borges, and different art exhibitions. Shopping is a little expensive, but the place itself is very pretty to just look at... maybe you can ask for the location of the aleph

Casa de Gobierno "Casa Rosada" / Goverment House

by sof76

In 1580, Juan de Garay assigned this place for the construction of Buenos Aires Fort. This building has been the seat of the National Government since the Primera junta (the first council) in 1810. It was painted pink after the decition of President Sarmiento in 1873, who chose that color since it represented the union of both political sectors (red was the color of federals, headed by Juan Manuel de Rosas, white was the color of the opposition: the unitarians).

En 1580, Juan de Garay asigno este lugar para la construccion del fuerte de Buenos Aires. Este edificio fue el asiento del Gobierno Nacional desde la Primera Junta en 1810. Fue pintado rosa por desicion del presidente Sarmiento en 1873, ya que el rosa representaba la union de los colores de los dos diferentes sectores politicos: Rojo era el color de los federales dirigidos por Juan Manuel de Rosas y blanco era el de los unitarios. Address: Barcarce 50

Phone: 4344-3600

Website: www.presidencia.gov.ar/CasaRosada/

Family gatherings

by sabrina_florida

Most families get together to celebrate either Christmas, New Year, Easter or as in this picture: Mother's Day. This includes aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents and so on. You typically get 15 to 20 people in these meetings. I guess we have inherited this custom from our Italian ancestors. Every family is in charge of taking something to eat or drink.

Prior to Going to the Opera

by mydreamquest

Going to the opera? I highly recommend that you dress in style, dress up in a suit. Forgot your suit? Not a problem, you can get fitted, dressed, and have a suit pressed and ready to go at any tailors. In the USA in California, it can take up to a month to have a poorly tailored suit ready to wear. In Buenos Aires, this great man had me measured and helped me with shoes, socks, a dress shirt, tie, and suit in 30 minutes at 10AM at his store Near Alvear and Junin. By 7pm that night, the suit was ready, altered, and pressed and I was ready to go to the opera in style. Total cost? Around $400US

Street for great quality and selection

by trvlrtom about calle Murillo

Of the many places to shop for leather goods in BsAs, one area that has a great selection of jackets, purses, etc. is calle Murillo. If you have been to calle Florida, Murillo will be a welcome relief from the busy atmosphere and hawkers trying to get you into their stores. This two block stretch of calle Murillo has at least 15 different stores, with a good variety of leather goods. I bought a coat and a purse here, both of excellent quality and at a good price relative to what I saw in the busier places. Leather coats and jackets, purses. Good material, not touristy stuff. The same or less than on calle Florida.

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Address: Ave Jujuy 36, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1083, Argentina