Los Patios de Montserrat

1146 Adolfo Alsina, Buenos Aires, C1088AAF, Argentina
Los Patios de Montserrat
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BA in 5 days

by mogolan

Hi. Me and my wife will be in BA for 5 days. We are around 60.
Any suggestions for an itinerary?

Re: BA in 5 days

by vtveen

You may find a lot of information about Buenos Aires on the VT TravelGuide:

For (self) guided tours also take a look at the website of the official Tourism Site of Buenos Aires.

I would recommend spending 2 or 3 days in the city and making some day trips outside; for instance to the Tigre Delta or even to Colonia in Uruguay by a fast ferry.

happy travels

Re: BA in 5 days

by vtveen

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Re: BA in 5 days

by crazyman2

Lucky you! 5 days!

Well, of course you'll be visiting the cemetary ---please don't just spend time looking at Peron's place! Look out for the rather inspiring and also sad sights around the place: tombs which have crumbled, stained glass with beautiful pictures, wonderful reliefs worked into the plaques, sculpture...

Also, do visit the Tigre Delta ---as has already been suggested. This is the weekend retreat for some of the BA people --so avoid the weekends! The houses are amazing!

Photos can be seen on my travel pages!

Enjoy BA!

Oh, security! It has a bad reputation ---but the place seemed safe to us last year ---although we didn't venture out at night due to other commitments.

Have fun!

crazyman2 Stephen

Re: BA in 5 days

by Porteno

What are your interest? Historical? Museums? Shopping? Eating? Visit the Plaza de Mayo where you will find the Casa Rosada (Government House) Cabildo, the original colonial government house. Nearby is the Galerías Pacífico, a fantastic urban mall located in a grand building. Café Tortoni, a long standing fixture representing old Buenos Aires cafe society and tango. It was established in 1858 by a French immigrant. Then in the Recoleta there is the Cementerio de la Recoleta and the nearby Iglesia del Pilar which was constructed in 1732. The cemetery is quiet incredible. Across the park from the cemetery is the Etoile Hotel Recoleta where you can go to the top floor and step out onto the terrace for a fantastic view. There are many beautiful streets to wander in the Recoleta, very similar in feel to Paris. In Palermo visit the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods) and the MALBA Museum. It features works by by Latin American artists from the 20th Century.

Another fun outing is attending the Feria de Mataderos. A great presentation of traditional gaucho skills and handicrafts. Saturdays in the summer and on Sunday the rest of the year.

This should at least get you started and hope you have a great visit.


Re: BA in 5 days

by virtual786

I discovered the website www.my buenos aires travel guide.com while looking for info about a museum and think it's very worthwhile

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Elegant city

by tini58de

Although initially confusing, the city is based on a grid system and is soon easy to master. The main point of orientation is the Avenida 9 de Julio, the world’s widest avenue, running from Plaza Constitucion to Avenida de Libertador. Most places of interest are contained in the five main barrios (neighbourhoods) within the microcentro so the attractions are easily accessible by foot. The main square, Plaza de Mayo, is situated in the city’s southeastern section and it is here that the Casa Rosada is found. Visitors will undoubtedly come here and to La Recoleta Cemetery, Evita’s final resting place. Also in the centre are La City, the financial district, and Calle Florida and Lavalle – the pedestrianised shopping areas. South of the central area are the oldest parts of Buenos Aires – San Telmo and La Boca – while to the north lie the wealthier barrios of Retiro, Recoleta, Palermo and Belgrano.

The Obelisco never fails to catch the eye, for this 67m (220ft) white, concrete monument has, along with the avenue, become an overriding symbol of the city.
. I still remember thinking about a new theme for my calendars, when I took this picture in 1995 - 7 years later it finally became true!!!


by cjg1

Chimichurri originated in Argentina and is a popular sauce used with grilled meat in many Latin American countries. Chimichurri is made from chopped parsley or cilantro, garlic, salt, pepper, onion, and paprika with olive oil. Lemon or vinegar can be added for more "bite". Additional spices can be added or removed based on the region in which they originate. It is usually the only seasoning for steak and chorizo sausages in Argentine asados. It can also be used as a marinade for grilled meat. Chimichurri is also available bottled or dehydrated for preparing with oil and water.

Hunting and/or fly fishing

by sof76

You like hunting and/or fly fishing?
You should enter this site: http://www.southendoutfitters.com/
Apart from the great things they offer there, they are working in some new activities like golf and polo and other tours like going to Iguazu's falls...
Please feel free to write to me or them for further information!

IMHO The Best Mall in Buenos Aires

by lkdahl about Alto Palermo Shopping Center

The Alto Palermo shopping center is a very modern mall in the Palermo neighborhood. It is a very short taxi ride from downtown or Recoleta. From my apartment it was less than $4 pesos.

The mall is at least 2 times bigger than Galerias Pacifico. Infact one of the streets that Alto Palermo is on, Arenales, runs directly through the first floor of the mall. Many of the shops you find in Galerias Pacifico are in Alto Palermo. And the ratio of tourists is much less than at Galerias Pacifico.

Prices didn't seem to be any lower in Alto Palermo than they were at Galerias Pacifico. At least in the shops I went into, such as Adidas and Yves Saint Laurent. Where as in at the shops in Galerias Pacifico or on Florida Street or down Sante Fe, just about every store clerk spoke English, in Alto Palermo almost none of the clerks did. Just about everything. I bought mostly clothing. All depends on how much you are willing to spend. I bought 3 dress shirts Yves Saint Laurant and 2 soccer jerseys from Adidas for about $200 US dollars. The same purchase in a mall in the US would have been over $400 US dollars.

Just as its name: Living (room) (with dancefloor)

by sabrina_florida about El Living

This is my favourite place in Buenos Aires. This is a big apartment which was made into a disco/lounge. There are 2 different rooms, one is like a chill out area with sofas, where they play videos in a big screen (lots of music frm the 90s and 80s) and then in the other room there's a Dj, so people dance. You get electronic, house or music from the 80s and 90s. No latin music at all.
The drinks are cheaper than in other places. For example a daiquiri is usually 10 pesos in most places, but here it's 7.
People are above 25 years old.
You can go there to have dinner (make a reservation!) and then stay to dance or just sit in the sitting area. Casual. Jeans and sneakers accepted.


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Address: 1146 Adolfo Alsina, Buenos Aires, C1088AAF, Argentina