Legado Mitico

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Gurruchaga 1848, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina
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Value Score Poor Value

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transportation help

by reginastocks

Am traveling from BA to Punte del Este. Is it best to take the ferry and then a bus to Punte del Este? I would also like to know the weather and what to pack. I'm traveling from S. FL. and my daughter is joining me from NYC. Two women traveling alone, safe right? Thanks for any help. Any must do's?

Re: transportation help

by Porteno

What time of year are you going? Right now it is summer and the weather will be warm.Expect low to mid 80's daytime and 60's at night. You can take the ferry/bus combo but flying from Buenos Aires to Punta is pretty easy and not too expensive. Pluna is a good airline and here is their web site http://www.flypluna.com/?

As for as safety, I also live in south Florida and Buenos Aires and Punta del Este are MUCH safer. Just use the same precautions that you would in any city, don't flash cash, wear expensive jewelry, leave your purse unattended, etc. Common sense.

As for must do's? If you are shoppers then leather products, shoes, bags etc are good quality and great prices in Buenos Aires. Rossi y Caruso is one of my favs http://www.rossicaruso.com/ Here is a link to the city of Buenos Aires tourism web site and it has tons of recommended sites and scenes www.bue.gov

SO much depends on your interests, the MALBA has a great collection of modern Latin American art. But if you dislike modern art you would not enjoy the museum. Buenos Aires is a city of sidewalk cafes, much like Paris in that regard. Great restaurants see my homepage for some recommended ones, some beautiful public buildings, plazas, parks, restored dock areas of Puerto Madero, historic neighborhoods such as San Telmo, street fairs, and on and on. Get the picture :)

If you have specific questions email me here would be glad to advise.

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SAM

Re: transportation help

by gfinesilver

cheapest is ferry/bus combo
then ferry all the way ther
then flight

the last two might be comparable.

Re: transportation help

by Porteno

Sorry left off part of the tourism website address www.bue.gov.ar

Might work better :)
suerte
SAM

Re: transportation help

by reginastocks

thanks for your input! Duh I forgot to mention we are traveling the 1st week of April. We are very excited about BA and, yes we love museums and we both have spent time in Paris and have heard exactly what you said about the comparison. Shopping, not so much, will check out your leather source however am trying to be conservative for obvious economic reasons. Otherwise, I spend like a "drunken sailor" sorry to say!! Thank you again for all your info, don't you love the S.Fl. weather now?!!!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Visa to Vietnam

by cochinjew

The embassy of Vietnam is in Belgrano at avenida 11 setiembre. It is a rather dull looking building inside and out and it seldom seems to be well attended. On ringing the bell, a voice appears usually in a heavily accented spanish and soon a welcome face opens the high door into the embassy.
This is one of the nicest places and needless to say easy, to get vietnamese visa. for 45 usd, you can get the visa the same day and if the officer is there he gives it to you straightaway..
The subte is jose fernandez on d line. no 60 bus will take you to virrey del pino and drop you off at corner of cabildo or at calle luis campos. from there it is just a short walk.

STANDING ROOM

by mtncorg

After a football game, the visitors standing room section is allowed to leave the stadium and the vicinity first. They are given about 20-30 minutes to clear off, police guarding the routes, both on the ground and in the air. Only then are the home standing room sections allowed out. Time to get a hot dog? There are obvious reasons for these quaint customs.

On this day in Boca Stadium, the Newell’s Old Boys of Rosario came into town much like General Urquiza did 150 years ago, en route to a league championship for 2004.

Sleepless city stuff

by luzmaria

Make sure u throw in some nice clothes to go out at night along with your dancing shoes cos even if you re going out just for dinner you ll want to look nice... Portenos like looking good and elegance is a little overrated in Buenos Aires. Bring ur camera or buy one here, the same with films... Make sure ur electrical things are ok for 220 volts.

Tigre - a beautiful...

by viajera67

Tigre - a beautiful river-village about 45 minutes from BA by train. A beautiful town and complex of summer houses that you need to get to by boat. Tigre also has an amusement park which has two great roller coasters!

Havaianas for me and Kris

by Gypsystravels about Calle Florida (Florida street) - Optical City

Havaianas are a very popular Brazilian flip-flop which comes in all sorts of color combinations. I had been meaning to purchase a pair and when I stumbled upon many stores here in Buenos Aires selling them at a fraction of the cost I decided to pick up a few.

Havaianas are worn by most of the stars in Hollywood and became popular about 3 or 4 years ago. They can be pricey here in the states.

This store had hundreds of different styles and colors to choose from for men, women and children. I purchased a pair of black with a small wedge heel and some decorative flowers for $50 pesos and a pair of gold and purple flat flip-flops for Kristara for $35 pesos. Havaianas in all sorts of colors and syles

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Address: Gurruchaga 1848, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina