Buenos Aires, Argentina, is beloved for its vibrant communities and European flair.
It’s easy to sum up this passionate, cosmopolitan city in three words: tango, soccer and nightlife. Bursting with Latin charm, rich architecture (Beaux Arts, art nouveau and art deco) and dynamite dining, Buenos Aires, Argentina, combines modern energy with beloved traditions. And each neighborhood offers something new and exciting to behold — from fervent dancers twirling down cobblestoned streets to tranquil green spaces, chic bars and colorful markets.
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Explore Buenos Aires

  • San Telmo
  • Palermo
  • Recoleta
  • Belgrano
  • Monserrat

San Telmo


The cobbled streets of San Telmo, the city’s oldest neighborhood, retain much of their historic curb appeal (with original architecture and storied mansions) while also exuding an intoxicating bohemian vibe thanks to the many artists, musicians and bars. Stroll along Calle Defensa to Plaza Dorrego to see tango dancers in action, get lost in the massive antiques market on weekends and pop into traditional cafés for a truly Porteño (as residents of Buenos Aires are called) experience.

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Tango, Antiques, History

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The largest barrio in Buenos Aires, trendy Palermo — with its fashionable bars, restaurants and boutiques selling everything from hand-loomed ponchos to custom hats to wooden eyewear — pulsates with energy. Walk along its tree-lined streets, taking in the hip enclaves of Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood, and relax in the lush botanical gardens or revel in the Belle Époque charm of the racecourse.

Known For

Trendy Bars, Boutiques, Green Spaces

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With alluring attractions around every corner — from a historic cemetery and French-style architecture to several art museums — Recoleta exudes elegance. Take a peek inside one the world’s loveliest bookstores and peruse exclusive boutiques and high-end home-goods stores.

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Architecture, Nightlife

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Belgrano may not usually be on tourists’ radar, but it should be. Soccer fans and nonfans alike will love visiting the Museo River, with its extensive exhibits about the local team (named — you guessed it — River Plate), as well as Monumental Stadium where the River Plate team plays. Take a break from sports in Barrio Chino (Chinatown) for an unforgettable meal.

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Food , Parks, Sports

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The vibe in Montserrat leans Spanish, and the elegant buildings along its Avenida de Mayo are often compared to those in Madrid. Architecture fans, take note of the variety of cupolas atop most buildings. Pop into historic Café Tortoni (open since 1858) and learn about Buenos Aires’ history at Manzana de las Luces cultural complex.

Known For

Architecture, History, Cafés

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3 Days of Tango, Soccer and Eats in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Cityscape of Puente de la Mujer

History and Shopping with a Side of Parks

Experience one of Buenos Aires’ shopping arcades before lunch. Then spend some time communing with nature at the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve before wrapping up the day with a traditional steakhouse dinner.

Recoleta Cemetery

Take In Storied Palermo and Chic Recoleta

Kick things off in the dashing neighborhood of Palermo, learning about the country’s most famous first lady, Evita Perón. Continue your introduction to Argentina’s past and present at the Cementerio de la Recoleta before happy hour, dinner and some live jazz.

Mercado San Telmo

Explore Historic San Telmo and Colorful La Boca

Surround yourself in the city’s electric energy, from breakfast in Mercado San Telmo to a late afternoon in a street museum full of art. In between, enjoy an Italian lunch and roam through a tobacco factory turned museum.

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