Local Attractions

Places to Visit
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Caminito

 

A picture street with bright colored houses that was born at the beginning of the XXth century with the new immigration that arrived from Europe.

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bombonera

Boca Juniors Stadium

 

A football tour to La Bombonera will take you safely and comfortably to enjoy a premier league football match and share with the locals what is considered one of the most exciting sporting events in the world,

Obelisco

 

Located in the wide 9 de Julio Avenue, this monument has become the symbol of Buenos Aires.

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puertomadero

Puerto Madero

 

This waterfront district, is the newest and most expensive neighborhood in the city. With a unique style, full of high end restaurants and luxurious buildings, you’ll be in the center of everything staying at the Hilton Buenos Aires Hotel in Puerto Madero.

Recoleta

 

Want to know why Buenos Aires is called “the Paris of South America”? A visit to the Recoleta neighborhood is not to be missed.

Walk along the elgant Alvear Avenue, with its luxurious mansions, and then have dinner in one of the many restaurants in the area. Don’t forget to visit the Recoleta Cemetery, with breath-taking mausoleums that became the resting place of Argentina’s most important figures (including Evita Peron).

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plza de mayo

Plaza de Mayo

 

This Square is the perfect place to getting a deeper knowledge of the country. It’s surrounded by 3 very important buildings: The Cabildo (first government house where the first revolution towards the Independence was hold), the Casa Rosada (the government’s house) and the Cathedral.

Tango

 

Whether is one of the many tango shows in the city, dancing in a traditional “milonga”, watching a street performance in San Telmo, or learning more about history and tango culture in the Abasto neighborhood… Find out why Tango is 100 years old and it’s making a comeback!

Enjoy the best of tango with our Tango Package.

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teatrocolon

Colon Theater

 

With an impressive architecture, is the main opera house in Buenos Aires, acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world. It’s been recently restored to its old splendor.

October Colon Theater Events

Sones en movimiento

10.10.2013 • 8:30 pm

Director

Pavel Kogan

Solista

Matías Sagreras, órgano

Charles Gounod: Música de ballet de “Fausto”
Georges Bizet: Suite No. 1 de “La arlesiana”
Camille Saint-Saëns: Sinfonía No. 3 en Do menor, Op. 78

Honduras expresivas

24.10.2013 • 8:30 pm

Director

Enrique Arturo Diemecke

Solista

Carlos Nozzi, violonchelo

Aram Khachaturian: Concierto para violonchelo
Johannes Brahms: Sinfonía Nro. 1 en Do menor, Op. 68

San Telmo

The oldest neighborhood in the city still keeps its unique colonial style (like the square corner of El Viejo Almacen). Make a trip to the Buenos Aires of the XVIII th century at the Manzana de las Luces underground passages, or visit the Antiques Market at Dorrego Square on Sunday.

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