Top attractions in Buenos Aires
A city boasting a fusion of South American and European flavors, Buenos Aires is known for being the birthplace of tango. What should you visit if you find yourself in the Argentinian capital?
This lovely cathedral provides a sense of sanctuary from bustling daily Buenos Aires life - look out for its intricate stained glass windows.
The Pink House is the Argentinian presidential office. It has survived a military dictatorship and stands today as a symbol of Argentinian resilience.
La Bombonera is home turf of Argentina's biggest football team, Boca Juniors. Check out the tour of the stadium!
A jagged, geometric exterior and works from a wide array of Latin American artists make this a must-visit for all art fans stopping by in the city.
This hip, bohemian neighborhood has cobbled streets and old world flair, and is also home to a large Jewish population - enjoy Buenos Aires' immigrant heritage.
"Buenos aires" is Spanish for "fair winds," so this popular activity does the city justice. Blue skies and Atlantic waters - what more could you want?
Argentina counts itself among the world's biggest wine producers. Get out of the city to some beautiful vineyards and sample it for yourself on home turf.
This is the answer to Paris' Pere Lachaise cemetery - many of the city's most famous are buried here. It's also considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries on the planet.
Argentina's the country closest to Antarctica, so you can expect it to get cold in the south, but Buenos Aires has a humid subtropical climate. So it's hot, but rain and hailstorms are to be expected.
Five days should be enough, but you should definitely incorporate it into a South American or Argentinian trip as a whole!
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- October and November are the most beautiful months to visit because of the jacaranda blooms, but March through May are also ideal for their pleasant weather.
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What people are saying about Buenos Aires
I would recommend to go watch the show. The singers didn’t really have to be there but I guess they tried to make it more like a show. Tango was excellent! Food was not great, I received a cold soup and twice massively overdone steak. Only highlight was that you got an unlimited wine. Tango class was 20 min class with 50 people in the corridor! We had fun but don’t expect an actual class. Overall a good evening though!
It is a real special evening supported by an excellent and professional staff that entertain you for a couple hours of magic Argentinian emotions. My wife, my daughter and I enjoyed a lot the generous and tasty dinner, the good Argentinian wine, the short but nice tango lesson and the excellent tango show. It is an experience to be enjoyed for a first journey in Argentina. I highly recommend it.
We went to the tango class at 7:30 before the 8:30 dinner and had a lot of fun. It was not intimidating at all. There were all levels and ages and you danced with whomever was available, man or woman, at the moment. The dinner at 8:30 was very good and better than expected. The show started around 9:30 or 10pm and was fantastic.
The boat ride was very good, they serve pastry and coffee which is very nice. The bus for the hoho needed a bit of maintenance, it does not match the quality of the boat but still an interesting activity to do. Tigre and Delta are Stunning!
The trip was good, it was a nice boatride however the Audio was terrible with subpar English on both the boat and the bus. It would be much better with headsets/headphones to listen instead because you can barely hear anything.