Guide to Buenos Aires

Where to Stay:

Hyatt: Great location, wonderful experience, Read more here

Four Seasons: Located in Recoleta, near great shopping and restaurants

Mine Hotel:Palermo

The Glu Hotel: Palermo

Things to See and Do

Palazo Mayo: Great area to walk around, learn about the history, read more here

National Cathedral

Casa Rosada

Paseo del Rosedal Gardens

Parque Lezama

Racoleta craft market

Cementerio de la Recoleta: Try to find Evita’s grave, read more here

Parque Temaiken:Zoo & Botanical Gardens

San Telmo: Make sure you visit the Fiera on Sundays! Read more here

Palermo: SoHo, a great area full of shopping, cafes, and nightlife, read more here

Puenta de la Mujer: women’s bridge

Puerto Madero: Great restaurants, stroll along the water and check out the museum, more info

Tigre town: The town sits on an island created by several small streams and rivers and was founded in 1820, after floods had destroyed other settlements in the area, then known as the Partido de las Conchas.visit to the Paraná Delta, 28 KM north-Buenos Aires Retiro Station to Tigre Station every 10 – 30 minutes.

Anuva Wines: www.anuvawines.com

Caballos “A La Par”: Horse back riding 30 mins outside of the city

Jardin Jampones: Av. Figueroa Alcorta, Palermo, Buenos Aires

**See a Tango show

Restaurants

Fervor: A few blocks from the Hyatt, great lunch

Potrillo: In Puerto Madero, read more here

Mama Racha: Palermo, nice spot for breakfast

El Mirajola de la recova

Campo BravoPalermo

La Cabrera:Palermo

Brasserie Petanque: San Telmo

Cabaña Las Lilas

Boca Tango: Dinner and show

Osaka

Museo del Jamo: Great paella

Teatro Ciego: Dinner theater

 

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