7 Things Not to Miss in Buenos Aires

Beautiful Buenos Aries, Argentina
Vibrant, colorful Buenos Aires – a city alive with music, dance, history and culture. It was so easy to immerse ourselves; to breathe it in.
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Find Evita at La Recoleta Cemetery

La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina where Evita is buried

La Recoleta Cemetery in should be considered a must-see by any visitor. The ornate monuments are more than fascinating enough to occupy an afternoon, and many of the city’s most famous residents lie in rest here, but most tourists are seeking the tomb of Evita. Her mausoleum can be hard to find, but eavesdropping and tagging along behind a tour group will do the trick. More La Recoleta Cemetery

Hit The Street Market in San Telmo

The Street Market in San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Every Sunday since 1970 some 10,000 people descend upon Plaza Dorrego for the Feria de San Telmo. What began as an antique fair has grown into two-hundred and seventy vendors selling almost everything under the sun. It is much more than an open air market, it is a happening. More San Telmo

Immerse Yourself in the Tango Culture

Tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina

David, who calls himself a “circus bear attempting to balance on a ball” when it comes to dancing, was surely not going to indulge Veronica’s fantasy of learning to tango during our stay in Buenos Aires. But the clumsy bear proved to be full of surprises when he booked us at the Complejo Tango. This tango complex includes not only a school, but also nightly shows, and even hotel rooms where we stayed backstage next to the dancer’s dressing rooms. The place breathes tango. More on tango in Buenos Aires

16 thoughts on “7 Things Not to Miss in Buenos Aires”

  1. You have compiled a brilliant list! Argentina is a brilliant country and Buenos aires so very full of life! It is extraordinary how much art, architecture, music, dance, food and drink that there is to experience!

  2. Wow! Looks like there’s so much going on in Buenos Aires that all you have to do is stay awake and leave your room… you’ll find interesting experiences at every corner.

  3. I feel in love w/ BsAs a few years ago, It’s been my dream to go back and live there even if only for a few years. I just hope they get their economic situations sorted soon, though it’s doubtful as they can’t get a politician worth a damn into office.

    It really is a wonderful city though. Not to mention the women their are gorgeous.. I’m sure the guys are equally handsome but I could care less about my competition haha.

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