Love cafés, zoos, and parks? Get away to Palermo!
Gourmet restaurants, a zoo, and top sights from Palermo Soho to Japanese Garden—discover it all in Palermo.
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Discover world-class shopping, fine dining and vibrant nightlife in the trendiest and largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires.
Take a tranquil stroll around this portal to Japan. The impressive replica of spiritual Zen gardens features lakes, bridges and elegant floral displays.
Expand your knowledge of modern and contemporary Latin American art through collections covering more than 100 years of creativity.
Learn about the private and political life of former First Lady Evita Perón at this tribute to her accomplishments, influence and legacy.
This animal park has been a part of Buenos Aires since 1888. Today it offers a modern zoo experience focusing on conservation.
You can spend time exploring the galleries in Planetario Galileo Galilei during your travels in Comuna 14. Experience the fascinating museums and acclaimed art scene in this vibrant area.
Embark on a comprehensive and fun small-group tour featuring Buenos Aires’ most popular landmarks. Visit the world’s widest avenue and discover the unique contrast between the capital’s most distinct neighborhoods.
Experience an incredible world of art and entertainment at Piazzolla Tango, with over 32,000 square feet (3,000 sqm) dedicated to the tango. Have dinner at the theater's restaurant and witness a spectacle of dance and music featuring works by Piazzolla, Pugliese, Gardel, Mores Discepolo, and others.
Malbec, empanadas, and dulce de leche—if you don't know what these are, you are soon to find out on this Buenos Aires tour. This gastronomic adventure delves deep into the culinary culture of Argentina and is perfect for food freaks and gourmet gluttons primed for pig.
Dancers tango and the music never stops at El Viejo Almacen—considered by locals to be one of the most traditional tango venue in Buenos Aires. Enjoy a classic show that is alive with music, poetry, and movement and features more than 20 artists on stage.
Visit Don Silvano Ranch in the countryside around Buenos Aires to discover authentic gaucho culture and heritage. Feast on delicious Argentine barbecue and wines, watch a traditional dance and horsemanship demonstrations, and learn about the history of the ranch during your stay.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Tango Porteno, Calle Cerrito 570, Buenos Aires C1010AAL Argentina You will enjoy an authentic and unique tango show with drinks and transportation from your hotel/apartment/cruise port and back included.
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Strolling through the best neighborhoods in Buenos Aires
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The live music and theaters are just a few features travelers like about Colegiales. If you want to do some sightseeing nearby, Palermo Soho and Estadio Monumental are a few top places to visit.
One of the city’s grandest and most elegant neighborhoods is also the final resting place of leading figures from Argentina’s history.
Get to know Belgrano and its many features like its churches and coffeehouses. You might want to explore sights like Estadio Monumental and Tierra Santa, and you can jump on the metro at Oath Station or Juramento Station to get around the city.
When in Chacarita and the surrounding area, you'll want to check out sights like Palermo Soho or Centenario Park and hop on the metro to see more the city at Federico Lacroze Station or Dorrego Station.
While you're strolling through Almagro, you may want to check out the bars and theaters. If you want to see more of the area, hop on the metro at Medrano Station or Castro Barros Station.
The churches and architecture are just a few things visitors like about Balvanera. Palace of the Argentine National Congress and Abasto Shopping Center are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Miserere Square Station or Alberti Station to get around the larger area.