Things to Do in Buenos Aires
At times wandering through the streets of Buenos Aires can feel a little surreal. From the Kremlin-like Russian Orthodox church overlooking Parque Lezama in San Telmo to the swanky new mosque located next to Palermo’s famous polo field, you never know what to expect.
No matter where you are, look up and you’ll soon see a beautiful, if badly cared for, old building. Swat up using the links below before heading out to explore for yourself, or better still, take a private walking tour, the easier and more enjoyable way to see the city!
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The 100+ year-old Teatro Colon (or Colon Theater) is one of the architectural jewels of Buenos Aires, and a world-class opera house. It had been closed for repairs since 2006, but re-opened at last on May 25th 2010.
The San Pedro Gonzalez Telmo Church is one of the oldest in the city of Buenos Aires. The extravagant and ornate structure is located on a quaint, cobblestone street in the atmospheric neighborhood of San Telmo.
The National Museum of Fine Arts is a must-see for anyone interested in Argentina’s history. Located among Recoleta’s finest parks, it’s close to some of Buenos Aires’s best attractions. Plus, it’s free!
Imagine it is your last day ever in Buenos Aires, and you have just 24 hours to see and do all of the things you love in Buenos Aires for the very last time. Makes you think, no? How would you spend the day?
Innovative 17-man percussion outfit La Bomba de Tiempo attracts an eclectic crowd at the Konex, their Abasto venue, every Monday night. Grab a beer and boogie in the open air to the beat of the drums