NH Florida Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

San Martin 839, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1004, Argentina
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Buenos Aires tickets

by paulla12

Hola!:-)

We (3ppl) planning to go to BA for 3 weeks from middle of December. I was seeking for tickets already, but seem to me quite expensice. Any hints reg what company offers the best rates?
Gracias;-)))
Paulina

Re: Buenos Aires tickets

by nhoolb

First of all: where from?????

Second: from 14th/15th December the high season for airfares start, so fares will certainly be on the rising.

Third: it is a little too early for that. Most airlines let the public have a look and book not longer than 330 days in advance. So better to have a look around mid-June and some time later. Promotions can be published then, from that time-span on.

You probably could get an idea for fares to look at the summer high season fares, 15 June-15 August.

Re: Buenos Aires tickets

by paulla12

Thank you for info.
I'm taking into consideration Brl,Paris,Prague.
Maybe NL as well.
Thanks for the hints:-)
Reg,
Paulina

Re: Buenos Aires tickets

by xelor74

EUR762 with TAM, from Paris CDG to Buenos Aires via GRU. Dec15-Jan7.

I think that is a very decent price.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Good tour agent

by bonio

Booked our trip to the football with the Tangol agency.
Included travel to and from the stadium (hotel pickup) and match tickets and Enrique a helpful and friendly guide.
Do trips to other events such as tango dancing, recommended!
Take a look at their website for lots of info.

http://www.tangol.com/eng/buenos_aires.aspx?Country=AR&LanguageCode=ENG

The French Embassy

by pili

It is located just oppositte the Brazilian Embassy. It was set to be bulldozed in the 1970's under the military junta, to expand the Avenida 9 de Julio. Residents complained bitterly. President Valery Giscard d'Estaing of France agreed, stood up to the generals, and said his diplomats would not move

Está ubicada justo frente a la embajada brasilera. Estuvo a punto de ser derribada, en los años 70 durante la dictadura militar, para ampliar la Avenida 9 de Julia, pero fue tanta la presión de la gente que el Presidente Francés, Valerie Giscard d'Estaing se plantó frente a los generales argentinos y les dijo que sus diplomáticos no se movían de ese edificio

BA has a lot of museums that...

by claudiaprill

BA has a lot of museums that you can visit. One of my favourites is Museo Recoleta that is right by the cementery. In this particular museum generally there are several expositions showing at the same time. It is like a different museum every time you visit the city.
I strongly recommend 'Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes' where you will find a lot of canvas that date from centuies ago.
Douring weekends you might find interesting walking by 'El caminito' that is in La Boca a traditionall neighborhood of BA. El caminito has a lot of very colourful houses. Generally, there are artists painting scenes from our city portenia and dancers showing their tango's ability.

Enjoying Tigre, by lancha, rowing boat or kayak

by Waterdance

Take the train to Tigre (normal train is from Retiro to Tigre, or take the Tren de la Costa), the largest delta of the world. The coastal train is the nicest way to arrive, is a bit more expensive though and more for tourists. There is an antique market in San Isidro where you can hop off the train on your way back.

There are several organizations who rent kayaks, give classes or even organize day or weekend trips, just surf on the web or let yourself be advised by your hotel or hosts. Prices are usually relatively high for tourists, as they organize transport from your hotel as well.

A more usual excursion is to travel by Tren de la Costa to Tigre, to walk from the station to the tourist information, make a reservation for a restaurant for lunch on one of the islands (they do that for you, according to budget and ambiance) and catch a local boat (lancha).
They take you on a fixed itinerary and you just hop off at the right point. Lovely to do, although some lanchas are noisy, but anyway when you are arrived you can take a sunbath, have lunch and some restaurants also have beaches. However you can always take a dive from any place where the boats pick up their passengers, as tere are stairs going into the water.

More special is when you are able to rent a rowing boat (surf on the web) with instructor. There should be special excursions. We can also offer this for a couple (not more then 2 persons) if you contact us on time ahead and feels good. We are members of a rowing club and may be able to organise an excursion in this way.

Patio Bullrich

by Constanza about Patio Bullrich - Mall

Opened in 1988, decorated in and elegant and classical style, it is located in the vicinity of embassies, theatres and prestigious hotels. It houses 80 shops, a food hall with capacity for up to 800 people, 200 car park spaces and a leisure centre that includes 6 cinema theatres.

This mall was built in the refurbished building of the former "cattle market". Among the remaining original features are the great clock - in the centre of the main hall- and sculptures representing animal heads.

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Address: San Martin 839, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1004, Argentina