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Astor Piazzolla Theater
Astor Piazzolla Theater

Located inside the Tango Palace, in this space you can enjoy the majesty of tango. The theater was inaugurated in 1915; however, it is currently restored preserving the acoustics of the place, which will allow you to enjoy the show to the fullest. Great musicians, singers and dancers make up the artistic team that will give you a magical night with all the mysticism and sensuality of tango.

Boca Juniors stadium
Boca Juniors stadium

Its horseshoe shaped structure, with three trays and a steep angle of inclination, make it look like a box of chocolates, which is why it is called La Bombonera. This is a place you cannot miss when you come to Buenos Aires, even if you are not a soccer fan.  Outside you can appreciate murals by artists Pérez Celis and Rómulo Macció, and in the entrance hall you will find a work by Quinquela Martín. 

Mayo Square
Mayo Square

It is one of the most important places in Buenos Aires, in this square took place the most important political events in the history of Argentina. There you can visit representative buildings and monuments such as the Casa Rosada, the National Historical Museum of the Cabildo and the May Revolution, the Pyramid of May, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Monument to General Manuel Belgrano and the Bank of the Argentine Nation.

Tigre
Tigre

If you are traveling to Buenos Aires and are looking to disconnect from the city, Tigres is the plan for you. Located 32 kilometers from downtown, approximately one hour by train, it is a place where you can appreciate the colonial houses and the handicrafts made by the local people. You can also go rowing, go on the Victorica Walk and visit the Tigre Art Museum.

Obelisk
Obelisk

It is considered as the greatest emblem of the City, it was built in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the foundation of Buenos Aires. It is located in the middle of two of the most important avenues, 9 de Julio Avenue and Corrientes Street, where the flag of the city was raised for the first time. Entrance to the Obelisk is not allowed, but you will certainly be able to take an excellent picture of this emblem from the outside.

Palermo
Palermo

It is one of the most visited neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, thanks to its beautiful avenues and houses that are in the area. There you can visit the Botanical Garden and the Zoo, additionally you will find the Tres de Febrero Park, also known as the Bosques de Palermo.  The area is also known for its wide gastronomic offer and the different stores for shopping, definitely the perfect place to spend the day.

Astor Piazzolla Theater
Astor Piazzolla Theater

Located inside the Tango Palace, in this space you can enjoy the majesty of tango. The theater was inaugurated in 1915; however, it is currently restored preserving the acoustics of the place, which will allow you to enjoy the show to the fullest. Great musicians, singers and dancers make up the artistic team that will give you a magical night with all the mysticism and sensuality of tango.

Boca Juniors stadium
Boca Juniors stadium

Its horseshoe shaped structure, with three trays and a steep angle of inclination, make it look like a box of chocolates, which is why it is called La Bombonera. This is a place you cannot miss when you come to Buenos Aires, even if you are not a soccer fan.  Outside you can appreciate murals by artists Pérez Celis and Rómulo Macció, and in the entrance hall you will find a work by Quinquela Martín. 

Mayo Square
Mayo Square

It is one of the most important places in Buenos Aires, in this square took place the most important political events in the history of Argentina. There you can visit representative buildings and monuments such as the Casa Rosada, the National Historical Museum of the Cabildo and the May Revolution, the Pyramid of May, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Monument to General Manuel Belgrano and the Bank of the Argentine Nation.

Tigre
Tigre

If you are traveling to Buenos Aires and are looking to disconnect from the city, Tigres is the plan for you. Located 32 kilometers from downtown, approximately one hour by train, it is a place where you can appreciate the colonial houses and the handicrafts made by the local people. You can also go rowing, go on the Victorica Walk and visit the Tigre Art Museum.

Obelisk
Obelisk

It is considered as the greatest emblem of the City, it was built in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the foundation of Buenos Aires. It is located in the middle of two of the most important avenues, 9 de Julio Avenue and Corrientes Street, where the flag of the city was raised for the first time. Entrance to the Obelisk is not allowed, but you will certainly be able to take an excellent picture of this emblem from the outside.

Palermo
Palermo

It is one of the most visited neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, thanks to its beautiful avenues and houses that are in the area. There you can visit the Botanical Garden and the Zoo, additionally you will find the Tres de Febrero Park, also known as the Bosques de Palermo.  The area is also known for its wide gastronomic offer and the different stores for shopping, definitely the perfect place to spend the day.

Astor Piazzolla Theater
Astor Piazzolla Theater

Located inside the Tango Palace, in this space you can enjoy the majesty of tango. The theater was inaugurated in 1915; however, it is currently restored preserving the acoustics of the place, which will allow you to enjoy the show to the fullest. Great musicians, singers and dancers make up the artistic team that will give you a magical night with all the mysticism and sensuality of tango.

Boca Juniors stadium
Boca Juniors stadium

Its horseshoe shaped structure, with three trays and a steep angle of inclination, make it look like a box of chocolates, which is why it is called La Bombonera. This is a place you cannot miss when you come to Buenos Aires, even if you are not a soccer fan.  Outside you can appreciate murals by artists Pérez Celis and Rómulo Macció, and in the entrance hall you will find a work by Quinquela Martín. 

Mayo Square
Mayo Square

It is one of the most important places in Buenos Aires, in this square took place the most important political events in the history of Argentina. There you can visit representative buildings and monuments such as the Casa Rosada, the National Historical Museum of the Cabildo and the May Revolution, the Pyramid of May, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Monument to General Manuel Belgrano and the Bank of the Argentine Nation.

Tigre
Tigre

If you are traveling to Buenos Aires and are looking to disconnect from the city, Tigres is the plan for you. Located 32 kilometers from downtown, approximately one hour by train, it is a place where you can appreciate the colonial houses and the handicrafts made by the local people. You can also go rowing, go on the Victorica Walk and visit the Tigre Art Museum.

Obelisk
Obelisk

It is considered as the greatest emblem of the City, it was built in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the foundation of Buenos Aires. It is located in the middle of two of the most important avenues, 9 de Julio Avenue and Corrientes Street, where the flag of the city was raised for the first time. Entrance to the Obelisk is not allowed, but you will certainly be able to take an excellent picture of this emblem from the outside.

Palermo
Palermo

It is one of the most visited neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, thanks to its beautiful avenues and houses that are in the area. There you can visit the Botanical Garden and the Zoo, additionally you will find the Tres de Febrero Park, also known as the Bosques de Palermo.  The area is also known for its wide gastronomic offer and the different stores for shopping, definitely the perfect place to spend the day.

Frequently asked questions for Buenos Aires

If you are traveling from another country the best option is to arrive by plane, in Buenos Aires there are two airports, Ezeiza International Airport and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery.

The Argentine peso is the official currency. In some tourist establishments they receive dollars, but it is better to change your currency to avoid problems.

To enter you will not need a visa, but you will need a permit, which must be for tourism purposes and is valid for 90 days. Additionally, you must present the following documents: passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry, round trip air ticket, all children under 14 years old need parental authorization, finally you must demonstrate economic solvency to pay for the trip.

No. If you are coming from a border country, you only need to present your vaccination card with the complete vaccination schedule and a Covid 19 medical insurance. Those traveling from other countries must present the PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to entry, and additionally must have the complete vaccination schedule and a Covid 19 medical insurance.

Generally, the temperature varies from 8°C to 28°C and rarely drops below 4°C or rises above 32°C, throughout the year it is partly cloudy. If you are looking for summer activities, you should travel from late October to mid-April

The main means of transportation are: The subway (Subte), buses or colectivos, cabs and remises, which are a means of transportation similar to cabs.

The main typical dishes of the city are; the Argentine asado, the simple picada (cheese, cooked ham, salami, olives and fried potatoes or corn), locro or carbonada, the typical empanadas criollas and the choripan.

In Buenos Aires you will find different hotel zones that easily adapt to your needs, among the most important are;

Recoleta, a very elegant neighborhood where you will find five star hotels.

Microcentro, located in the center of the city, is the financial and governmental area.

Retiro, this area is located in the middle of Ricoleta and Microcentro, which makes it easy to access and exit for any plan.

San Telmo, is the bohemian area with high nightlife activity.

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