Buenos Aires is a city like no other. A city of tango, food, amazing steak houses, shopping, nightlife and some of the best wine´s around this city is worth visiting!. Getting around on foot is one of the best ways to see and get to know better this city.
Best Time To Visit
Keep this in mind while planning your trip that seasons in Argentina are the opposite of those in the Northern Hemisphere. The best time to visit Buenos Aires is during their fall or spring season. During January and February the weather is very hot, and you will find lots of turist. June through August can be very rainy.
Where to Stay
The Faena hotel – The Faena Hotel, located in the neighbourhood of Puerto Madero, is the new wave of Argentine luxury. the hotel is operated by a famous hotelier Alan Faena and the interiors were designed by a famous designer called Philippe Starck. Faena Hotel, Martha Salotti 445, C1107CMB CABA
The Four Seasons La Mansion – There are only seven suites, making it exclusive, and each one is unique, there are not all the same. Four Seasons La Mansion, Posadas 1086/88, C1011ABB CABA
Eat and Drink
Lunch & Dinner
La Brigada – Famous Steakhouse
Tegui – This place appears on Latin America’s Top 50 Restaurants list, a delicious place to try if you visit Buenos Aires. Tegui, Costa Rica 5852, C1414BTJ CABA
La Cabrera – Considered one of the best steakhouses in Buenos Aires.
Don Julio –
Cafe Tortoni – very famous place, It opened its doors in 1858
Victoria Brown – Good place to have a good cocktail
Casa Cavia – located in Palermo Chico, this is an amazing place, you will find all in one a restaurant, a bookshop and a bar!
What To Do
Recoleta Cemetery– It’s a cementery for the rich, famous, and powerful of Argentina. You will find here lady Eva Perón’s tomb. It is located in the ritzy Recoleta neighborhood
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes – the best in the world, with works by South American artists and also works of Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, and Picasso.
Plaza Serrano –
Teatro Colón – One of the most important opera houses in the world.
Puerto Madero – Modern neighborhood
The Plaza de Mayo – historic square ever since Argentina declared independence from Spanish colonial rule on May 25, 1810.
La Casa Rosada – Its where the President of Argentina works, and where Juan and Eva Perón delivered famous speeches.
Museum of Latin American Art – A museum that has historical and contemporary collections of art.
La Boca Neighborhood – iconic, vibrantly painted buildings and tango dancing in the street.
Palermo – This neighborhood of Palermo in north Buenos Aires is divided into three parts: Alto Palermo, Palermo Chico, and Palermo Viejo.
Feria de Mataderos– The festive fair takes place every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.