The capital of tango and the city that never sleeps.
To begin with, we recommend a visit to the historic neighbourhood of San Telmo.
Another place not to be missed is the imposing Obelisk, which stands in the heart of the city. From there, you can walk along the famous Corrientes Avenue, where you will find a wide range of theatrical and gastronomic offer.
If you are looking for art, we recommend you to visit the Palermo neighbourhood, where you will find a great number of art galleries and design shops. You can also enjoy the beautiful parks and squares, ideal for relaxing and enjoying the outdoors. We also suggest a visit to the Recoleta Cemetery.
To get around the city, we recommend using the underground or the colectivo, as they are efficient and economical means of transport. If you prefer something more comfortable, you can also opt for a taxi, Uber, Cabify or a private transport service.
As for the gastronomy, they offer classic Argentinean dishes such as empanadas, asado, milanesas and the famous alfajores. We also recommend you to enjoy a good Argentinean wine, as our country is known worldwide for the quality of its wines.
Finally, if you are looking for a place to sleep, we suggest you to look for accommodation in the neighbourhoods of Recoleta or Palermo, as they are safe and central areas, with a wide range of hotels and flats for rent.
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It is a picturesque neighbourhood.
This neighbourhood stands out for being very colourful and for the amount of tourists that visit it every day looking for the essence of tango and the porteño culture.
The Bombonera stadium, home of the Boca Juniors football club, one of the most important and popular teams in Argentina, is located here.
It is the most historic and bohemian neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. Well known for its colonial architecture and bohemian atmosphere, San Telmo is a must-see destination on your visit to the city. It is the perfect place to stroll through its cobblestone streets and admire the neighbourhood’s colonial architecture.
It is one of the most vibrant and colourful residential neighbourhoods. Known for its elegant architecture, its green colours, thanks to the Parque Tres de Febrero, better known as the Bosques de Palermo, and its vibrant nightlife.
This is the most exclusive neighbourhood in CABA. Known for its modern architecture, luxury restaurants and beautiful scenery.
It stands out for its architecture, lively nightlife, tango, history and culture.
It has the Avenida 9 de Julio, where the famous national historical monument of Argentinean architecture, the Obelisco, is located. And Corrientes Street, known for its nightlife and theatres.
It is a central residential neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. It is known for its history and the quality of its architecture. This place has aristocratic residences surrounded by beautiful gardens and squares.
Es uno de los 48 barrios en que se encuentra dividida la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Es considerado el más tradicional, está muy relacionado con el tango y los típicos cafés porteños.
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