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Exploring Buenos Aires

Welcome to the cosmopolitan metropolis that is Buenos Aires. It is not only the historic capital of Argentina, but the primary gateway into the country. Tourists will marvel at the contrasting districts of the city, from elegantly designed, glitzy neighbourhoods to rugged, historic spots. Regardless of where tourists decide to wander, they will be met by a host of fascinating landmarks. The downtown district, known as Microcenter, as well as San Telmo and La Boca, is renowned for its heritage-drenched atmosphere. Trendy districts include hot spots like Recoleta, Belgrano, and the Western-influenced Puerto Madero.

Buenos Aires is swarming with magnificent highlights, many of which rest close to comfortable hotels. The accommodation choice in Buenos Aires ranges from five-star luxurious chain hotels to family-friendly apartment complexes. Buenos Aires’ nightlife is nothing short of amazing, with districts like Puerto Madero and Recoleta boasting spectacular restaurants, clubs, and pubs that remain open until the early hours. It doesn’t take much for travellers to fall in love with Argentina’s capital city.


Accommodations in Buenos Aires

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Buenos Aires is the Mundo Bolivar, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended TGC Inn in Buenos Aires as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Buenos Aires

- San Telmo


Wander the cobblestone streets of bohemian quarter San Telmo on a Sunday when its famous antiques street market is in full swing. Here you can find a quirky misture of rare stamps, sparkling chandeliers, colorful posters, and furniture. Around the corner in shady Plaza Dorrego, skilled and elegant Tango dancers often perform. Browse the many restaurants and bars, and sample sizzling, spicy sausages wedged in bread - a local favorite.


- Palermo


This up-market hangout mixes the bars and cafes of old Viejo with the high-rise modern skyscrapers of Las Canitas. A trip down to Avenida del Libertador opens up a world of attraction, like a high-octane horse race at the Palermo Hippodrome, or the local history of the Evita Museum. And you can de-stress in style with a soothing stroll over the quaint bridges and paths of the Japanese Gardens.


Transportation in Buenos Aires

The best way to get around in this city is through the metro, known as the "subte", it is the fastest and cheapest option. You will find that the metro is pretty extensive and easy to use. Another option are buses.


Buenos Aires travel guides

Buenos Aires Travel Guides