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  • Personal experiences & helpfull hints
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  • Personal experiences & helpfull hints
    by ines2003
  • Personal experiences & helpfull hints
    by ines2003

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  • 1. Personal experiences & helpfull hints

    I like walk much and enjoy the citys in every where and Buenos aires is great for it, is easy to walk because is flat many things to see in any corner always you discover something new, the twon, the...

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  • 2. La Boca

    Some Bs As quarters has a lot of collapsed buildings but La Boca sounds like all is the same... in some features remember some places or buildings that everybody have seen in La Habana....mostly are...

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  • 3. Plaza de Mayo, Goverment House, el Cabildo The Cathedral, etc.

    Among Casa Rosada located in plaza de Mayo and Puerto Madero this huge square split in two areas this part of the city... its a crowded area with lot of traffic in each direction ,,be careful crossing...

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  • 4. Palermo

    Of course here you can assist horse races, but there's also a casino there, only with slot machines. It is worth a visit, the building is amazing! Por supuesto que aca se pueden ver carreras de...

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  • 5. Recoleta

    I finally arrived in the cemetery. and to tell you by the truth, when some woman offered me a map of the cemetery. i really regreted not to do. yeah, all the locations are almost similar the most...

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  • 6. San Telmo

    San Telmo is my favourite neighbourhood in Buenos Aires..perhaps it reminded mi clearly to Gracia quarter in Barcelona......the streets ..squares like Dorrego ...were so similar and really nice to...

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  • 7. Monuments

    This flower like monument stands at the Plaza of the United Nations. I think this is one of the most unusual sculptures that I've seen. "Floralis Generica" by architect Eduardo Catalano is a gigantic...

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  • 8. Tango

    Because tango is porteno and porteno only, you will find it all around Buenos Aires. Street performers, some of the, very very good, paintings, names of streets of famous tango songs, famous boliches...

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  • 9. Retiro

    the famous argentian plastic artistic marthe minujin create the tower of book with 7 floor ,name babel is in the square san martin, in retiro, the entry is free and there are more of 200.000 books is...

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  • 10. The National Congress

    Located at the end of Avenida de Mayo its a lush green square full of trees and gardens where people use to have a bite there or feed pigeons.... Walking by Av Mayo you find the Congreso sq at the end...

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  • 11. Architecture

    Monumental Tower (formerly The English Tower): donated by the British community in Argentina in 1916 for the centenary of Argentina´s independece. The clock has a diameter of 4.5 meters and a pendulum...

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  • 12. Aerial sights of Buenos Aires

    Have your camera ready while landing in Buenos Aires in the day time, especially at dawn or sunset. As plane will go parallel to the River Plate, you'll be able to take some nice landscape...

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  • 13. 9 de Julio's avenue

    The widest in the world ... looks great....the first time i saw it i was attonished wow!! such a wide place and long at the same time...wider than Champs Elysées in Paris and crowded by cars going up...

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  • 14. El Obelisco

    Such a beauty ...amazing...spectacular at first sight and could be seen from the 4 ends of 9 de julio Avenue and southern part of Corrientes boulevars and 20 blocks upwards ....The place is Plaza de...

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  • 15. Puerto Madero and Catalina's

    This place is the old harbour now reconvert like leisure place crowded of chic restaurants and terraces but keeping the huge crane towers destinated to empty the load ships Its located closer to...

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  • 16. Florida Street

    Its a pedestrian boulevar that cross microcentro area with two ends, the first just over Plaza de Mayo and the other in Parque San Martin on the way to Retiro ...my first impression there was "WOW" i...

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  • 17. Teatro Colon

    Inaugurated on May 25, 1908 with the opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi, its architecture reflects the Italian Renaissance. The elaborate plaster moldings, stained glass dome, sweeping staircase, sculpted...

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  • 18. Cafe Tortoni

    This cafe has formed part of the Porteno landscape since 1858. A shrine to local tango culture, it houses the Academia Nacional del Tango and stages performances as well as literary events in the...

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  • 19. Belgrano

    Barrancas of Belgrano it's located (obviously) in Belgrano. On weekends many people can be seen dancing tango and salsa. Barrancas de Belgrano queda (obviamente) en Belgrano. Los fines de semana se...

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  • 20. Las Cañitas

    A new and trendy eating and nightlife area is Las Canitas, located between Avenidas Luis Maria Campos and Libertador in the Palermo District (named because there were once wild sugar canes growing...

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  • 22. Executive Lounges at Hotels

    If you are a member of any of the larger known hotels, i.e., Marriotts, Hiltons, Sheratons, or any of the "Leading Hotels of the World" then you can take...

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  • 23. City of trees

    Buenos Aires' streets, plazas and parks are full of beautiful trees. They provide cool shade on the hottest of days and a lovely play of dappled light on busy...

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  • 24. PIRAMIDE DE MAYO (May's Pyramid)

    Erected in en 1811, it was the first historical monument of Buenos Aires, and it was declared as a National Historic Monument one year later; it's a small...

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  • 25. ALVEAR AVENUE

    Alvear Avenue, which starts at Intendente Alvear Square and ends at Carlos Pellegrini Avenue, is one of the most elegant in Buenos Aires, and was included in a...

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