Buenos Aires Things to Do

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  • 26. Corrientes Avenue

    Corrientes Avenue is huge and crosses many neighborhoods, changing its characteristics according to the area. We live here now, almost on the corner of Callao, another busy avenue. You can find books...

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  • 27. Palermo Area

    Palermo is one of the most popular neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. As the largest neighborhood, it consists of distinct subdivisions each with their own character, such as Palermo Soho and Palermo...

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  • 28. City Tours

    While on sponsored tours of the city - ours came at the end of a cruise - I find that shooting photos of building reflections adds spice to the images. Zoom lens are great to use for a variety of...

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  • 29. El Rosedal

    The heart of Bosques de Palermo is a giant and beautiful Rosedal (Rose Garden), created in 1914 by the landscaper Carlos Thays. It has almost 15.000 colourful rose bushes and plants of 1.189 different...

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  • 30. Bosques de Palermo

    I was lucky to be in Buenos Aires just at the right time, spring when the jacaranda is in bloom. It was fun to just stroll around here and get a nice break during the heat of the day, this park was a...

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  • 31. Evita

    It's probably difficult for most people to go to Buenos Aires and NOT to think of Evita. (And there was no singing from the Andrew Lloyd Weber musical....) The Museo Evita is exactly what you'd...

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  • 32. Rio de la Plata

    The Río de la Plata translates as the "Silver River". Most locals joke that it is anything but silver....it's more brown. The river was not named for its color but for the riches that early Spanish...

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  • 33. Plaza Lavalle

    After having seen enough of the Obelisk and busy 9 de Julio Av., we turned off onto the pedestrian walkway of Av. Roque Senez Pena. This very quickly took us to the quiet and peaceful looking Plaza...

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  • 34. MALBA - Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art

    The popular and critically acclaimed Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires houses one of the largest collections of Latin American art in the world, including works by Antonio Berni, Xul...

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  • 35. Palermo Park

    The Palermo parks are not to be missed when visiting Buenos Aires! There’s a lot of green spaces in this beautiful city, and this is most evident in the parks of Palermo. The parks are huge and I...

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  • 36. Eva Peron

    To this day there is a mystique about Eva Peron, the wife of General (later President) Juan Peron. Many Argentines see her as something almost approaching a saint, the exemplification of a soul full...

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  • 37. Costanera Sur

    I took very long walks in Buenos Aires, and with my map I ended up in this nice ecological reserve by the water near the city center. There’s about 200+ bird species in this beautiful lush marshy...

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  • 38. Palermo - Planetarium

    This planetarium works in a planet-shaped building, finished in 1966 by architecht Enrique Jan. Its dome has 20 mts wide. A projector system and laser device pointing the dome give shows about the...

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  • 39. Plaza de Mayo: El Cabildo

    This is the only building that preserves the authentic colonial style from the times of its construction. During colony times, the Cabildo was the institution which represented the local interests....

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  • 40. Palermo - Zoo - Jardin zoologico de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires

    The Buenos Aires Zoo covers 18 hectares in the neighbourhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires. The Zoo contains 89 species of mammals, 49 species of reptiles and 175 species of birds, with a total of over...

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  • 41. Biking

    Another way to see the city, but whilst doing a bit of excercise. These guys were great, they offer a range of routes and you spend a couple of hours cycling around the city finding out about the...

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  • 42. Recoleta Facultad de Derecho - Law's University

    This is our public University of Law. Esta es nuestra Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Aunque los estudios de derecho registran antecedentes en Buenos Aires, al fundarse...

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  • 43. Estancias

    Argentina Polo Day is polo for EVERYONE, EVERYDAY of the year! I am happy I found them! To enjoy and play polo only 45 minutes away from the city. A COMPLETE day to experience polo in a professional,...

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  • 44. Recoleta - Centro Cultural Recoleta

    Era un antiguo convento, construido en 1732 por los monjes recoletos. Desde 1886 funciono como asilo de ancianos y a partir de 1979 paso a cumplir la funcion de centro cultural que desarrolla en la...

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  • 45. Colonia

    Si estas un poco cansado de la gran metropoli que es Buenos Aires, y desea un verdadero descanso a todos tus sentidos. No te vendria mal retroceder 300 anos en el tiempo y descubrir un bellisimo lugar...

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  • 46. Lola Mora's Art

    La fuente de las nereidas was realized by Lola Mora. Sculpted in marble of Carrara, it represents the birth of Venus, arising from a great conch and surrounded with mermen. The sensuality of his...

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  • 47. Recoleta - Avenida Alvear

    Beginning one block north of the Basilica del Pilar - and one block north of the institution that is La Biela - Avenida Alvear is one of the more upper class streets to be found in the City. The...

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  • 48. San Telmo Sunday Market

    The historic barrio of San Telmo, with its shady cobbled streets, faded old mansions, antique shops and Sunday antiques market at the Plaza Dorrego is justifyably a top attraction in Buenos Aires. You...

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  • 49. Spanish Lessons

    I moved to Buenos Aires with a basic knowledge of Spanish, but I was looking to break away from my textbook and practice outside of the classroom. Some "real world" practice, shall I say. I considered...

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  • 50. Torre de los Ingleses

    This tower, a gift from the British community in Buenos Aires, was renamed Torre Monumental in the aftermath of the Falklands War. The tower was originally erected to celebrate the centenary of...

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