Buenos Aires Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Tigre

    If you are in buenos aires, don't miss going to Tigre. Is an excursion of 4 hours (at least) and truly that is worth going! During weekends there is a fair in the port of fruits where they seld very...

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  • 2. Palermo's Park

    If you feel tired of the city and want to see a green space, then Los Bosques de Palermo is a good place. They are located 15 minutes away from downtown and they get packed with locals, mostly at the...

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  • 3. National Fine Arts Museum

    I went to Malba and the Museo de Bellas Artes. Bellas Artes was far superior to Malba, so if you can't make it to both, go to the B.A. There is so much to see you will need at least a couple of hours....

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  • 4. Estancias: a day in the countryside

    Either as a day or as a weekend trip, going to an estancia is a great choice. These usually consist of colonial houses sorrounded by extense parks, located in...

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  • 5. Plaza Embajada de Israel

    On March 17, 1992 a bomb exploded at the corner of Arroyo and Suipacha streets at what was then the Israeli Embassy to Argentina. This terrorist attack claimed...

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  • 6. Reloj Siemens (The Siemens Clock)

    This sculpture sits atop the old Siemens Building at the intersection of Julio Roca and Bolivar Street. The building was built by the Siemens Corporation in...

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  • 7. Statue of Eva Peron

    This statue is located in front of the National Library on Avenida Libertador. I found it pretty amazing that it was the only statue honoring Eva Peron in...

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  • 8. Colonia Uruguay

    We went for a day trip from Buenos Aires to Colonia de Sacramento in Uruguay. It's possible to do that in a day as there are fast ferries and Colonia is a very...

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  • 9. Plaza Mitre

    I was walking around Recoleta enjoying the architecture on a lovely sunny day. On a small hill you will notice a lot of people just relaxing, taking in the sun....

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  • 10. Monumento de los españoles

    This is called the Monument to the Magna Carta and the Four Regions of Argentina. It is located on Libertador and Sarmiento in the Palermo district. It is...

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  • 11. Moumento Francia a Argentina

    To commemorate 100 years of Argentine Independence, the French community in Buenos Aires commissioned this statue. The marble and granite statue is the work of...

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  • 12. Visit an Estancia

    A nice day trip from Buenos Aires is a journey out to the estancias in Buenos Aires Province. It will take you about 1.5-2 hours to get there. You'll get to see...

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  • 13. British flags

    In the "Iglesia de Santo Domingo" , you can find behind the Altar, four captured British flags during the British Invasions in the years 1806 and 1807. In both...

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  • 14. Statue of George Washington

    The Statue of George Washington, first President of the United States of America is across from the US Embassy in Buenos Aires. Located at the Plazoleta Grl...

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  • 15. Bike tours beyond downtown

    Buenos Aires, like Barcelona, Paris or London is definitelly a city of villages and neighbourhoods. Nothing better than renting a bike and go exploring it's...

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  • 16. El Gato Viejo - Metalworks Art Museum

    While exploring the city's less traveled paths and corridors, I found a unique little jem. This emerging museum, as the curator calls it is all about an artists...

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  • 17. San Isidro

    Coming back from our visit to Tigre we decided to make a stop in San Isidro.From the railway station we took Belgrano Street; specially the second part of this...

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  • 18. Neighborhood Cafes

    People say there is a cafe on every Buenos Aires corner. Many times they are called "bars", but please do not think of them as typical American style bars...

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  • 19. Manzana de las luces

    "Light block" is the name we know this area, and its name is in reference to the "intelectual center of the city".This area was building when the Jesus Company...

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  • 20. Go to Colonia, Uruguay and come back in a day!

    Crossing the worlds widest river is an interesting activity that doesnt take longer than 3 hours... so why not go see some of the neighbouring country during...

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  • 21. cicerones

    A cicerone is a nonprofit agency spearheaded by the government to have locals who love the country show tourists and advise tourist on what to do and see in...

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  • 22. River Plate Stadium

    Argentinians have a passion for "futbol" -soccer- that can only compare with Brazilians passion for it. River Plate (colours red and white) is the main opponent...

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  • 23. Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

    Take a day trip to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay. It's real easy. Organise a package that includes the ferry, the tour and the meal all for one price (oddly...

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  • 24. Uruguay - Colonia

    Colonia del Sacramento is the full name of this Portuguese colonial town just opposite Buenos Aires on the border of the Rio de la Plata in Uruguay. An...

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  • 25. Minor treasures, real pleasures

    In the early years of the 20th century, Argentina was the one of the richest countries in the world and Buenos Aires was the showpiece of this wealth and...

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