Telmho Hotel Boutique

1086 Defensa St., Buenos Aires, C1091AAH, Argentina
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what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by sebtar

Good day,

I will be in buenos aires for 10 days in december. I know it is very short so I absolutely do not want to waste my time! What are the best attractions I could visit? I am also willing to go for a day trip or two outside the city. Any itineray suggestion? What would be on your to do list? Thank you for helping me.


Re: what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by TheWanderingCamel

Take a look at some of the pages written here on VT for all of the places you ask about and you will find more than enough things to do to fill all the time you're spending in South America.
Start here with Buenos Aires

Re: what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by sebtar

thank you That does help a lot!

I am new on this site.

See you around.


Re: what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by diana_renou

Hi, the "must" in my country area Iguazú Falls and Perito Moreno Glacier. From there you have a lot of beautiful places to see but these two are unique in the world.All Patagonia is beautiful, Bariloche, Ushuaia, Peninsula Valdez and their wild animal life with wales and penguin, in the North: Quebrada de Humahuaca. If you take flights you can visit some of these places easily. Have a nice trip!! Diana

Re: what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by philsuitcasebuddy

You can pack in quite a lot into 10 days. It all depends on what you like. If you are into Arts and Culture I would recommend MALBA, Museo Evita, Recoleta Cemetery and a tour of La Casa Rosada amongst my favorites. If you are into sports than check out Boca Juniors and River Plate. They have club museums and stadium tours. You can see games up until mid-December. For green space check out Jardin Rosedal and Reserva Ecologica. For shopping you may want to stroll along Florida Street or Avenida Santa Fe. San Telmo is certainly the place to be on Sundays. Cool street markets sets up. Lots of entertainment. For a trip outside of the city then I definitely recommend a trip to Tigre Delta.

Re: what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by t-vango

Hey! Just take a look on the website of I booked my city trips with them in Buenos and it was really nice! You can also just check for information, they have a lot of nice stuff on their webpage. Have fun!

Re: what to do in buenos aires, argentina in just 10 days?

by mark1666

hey my friend i been in buenos aires too 10 days and i got lucky the very first day i meet this guy name Omar he know the city like no one. he took me in the best tours, wine tasting,musseums,and we did a 4 day trip to mendoza where we did the wine road and visit the best wineries.he is billingual and really nice guy, here is the email contact him, tell him that mark say hi!!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Tourist Assistance

by TexasDave

The Buenos Aires Government provides the following free services to tourists:

Information Kiosks: With trilingual personnel (Spanish, English, Portuguese) to give all kinds of info, maps, etc, located at these key touristic spots:
Both airports (EZE and AEP)
Florida: 100 block
Recoleta: 500 block of Av. Quintana
Puerto Madero: Dique 4
Retiro: Bus terminal, # 83
San Telmo: 1200 block of Av. Defensa
Obelisco: 200 block of Av. Carlos Pellegrini
Subte Station 'Florida' of the 'B' Line

Toll free Tourist Assistance Phone Number: 0800 999 2838 To help in cases of theft, being lost, etc,

Free Guided Tours, some bilingual. Check schedule on the website:

which appears in Spanish but in the upper right corner you can click on the appropiate flag for English or Portuguese translations.

Las Malvinas memorial

by DPando

April 1982 was when the Malvinas war overcome....hundreds of youngers died there for stupid politicians who want there exposing their lifes !!
Here it is the memorial for those who let their lives for such a stupid thing
Its located beneath Plaza San Martin on the way to Retiro a little slope down runs from the park turning right to the memorial where an argentinian flag flutter on the wind

La Carpa Blanca

by andal13

Here, at Third World countries, protests are a frequent way to express our disappointment with the government; these last years, after the end of the Latin American dictatorships, a lot of protests have happend, and Argentina has not been the exception.
The picture shows the "carpa blanca" (white tent) that the school teachers had installed in front of Congress, asking for best salaries; I took the picture in 1997.

Aquí, en los países del Tercer Mundo, las protestas son una manera frecuente de expresar nuestro desacuerdo con el gobierno; estos últimos años, después del fin de las dictaduras latinoamericanas, muchas protestas se han sucedido, y Argentina no fue la excepción.
La foto muestra la "Carpa blanca" que los maestros habían instalado frente al Congreso, en reclamo por salarios dignos: tomé la foto en 1997.

Go to an Estancia ( horse farm)

by Seberus

About 100 Km , about 70 miles outside Buenos Aires is San Antonio de Areco. And in San Antonio there are a number of "Estancias" ( horse and cattle farms) .The one we visited is " El Ombu " which we recommend highly. The horse back ridding is great ( novice or experienced) and the food is terrific . The rooms are great ( 9 of them ) but not air-conditioned, You don't need them. The service very friendly, they will do all they can for you. Bring mosquito repellent! and sun screen , as well as hat for horse back ridding....a highlight of our trip!

Leather shop worth to visit -Silvia y Mario

by fredyyy about Silvia y Mario ´s

This family owned shop carries a great variety of leather jackets, and what we liked the most was actually seeing the tailoring process being made in front of our eyes.

In this era of low quality and big quantity goods is nice to find a place where workers still use their hands!!

The owner, Silvia, is a fine lady who also designs the styles. She showed us the factory, gave us a brief about leather and finally we picked up our garments. I got a gorgeous skirt

They are made out of a soft leather (lambs skin) They offer great leather jackets for a very reasonable price ( we foudn cheaper some plae else, but their quality and design really woth it). Long leather coats and tailored short jackets.. and of course skirts made to measure!! Somewhere between 180 and 200 dollars. You get a discount if you pay cash


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Address: 1086 Defensa St., Buenos Aires, C1091AAH, Argentina