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The capital of Argentina combines a Parisian ambiance with a Latin passion for soccer, art, tango, meat, wine and nightlife.
Palermo is a welcoming neighborhood with many tasty options for cafés, restaurants, and bars. Broaden your horizons with some local zoo.
One of the city’s grandest and most elegant neighborhoods is also the final resting place of leading figures from Argentina’s history.
This area plays many roles in Buenos Aires, from financial district and political hub, to tourist center and shopping precinct.
Microcentro is a welcoming neighborhood.
Retiro is a welcoming neighborhood with many tasty options for cafés and restaurants. The neighborhood has many appealing features, among them its architecture. Broaden your horizons with some local shopping.
Museums and art galleries, a riverboat casino and a lively nightlife await at Buenos Aires’ sparkling waterfront neighborhood.
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Wander the grounds of one of Buenos Aires’ largest university campuses and visit the institution’s museums, galleries and urban parks.
Take a tranquil stroll around this portal to Japan. The impressive replica of spiritual Zen gardens features lakes, bridges and elegant floral displays.
A visit to this beautiful building provides an insight into the nation’s political life and a look at an architectural masterpiece.
Visit one of the world’s finest theaters to watch operas, ballets and concerts or take a guided tour of the salons and auditorium.
This giant pillar was built to mark the 400th anniversary of the city’s inception. Now, it stands as the most famous icon in Buenos Aires.
Relax in a park with a preserved lawn, trees, statues, a war memorial and a tower in the center of the city.