What to see in Buenos Aires

Discover all the corners that this city has for you, cosmopolitan and conservative, modern and traditional, and live its endless nights accompanied by excellent gastronomy

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Casa Rosada

The oldest and most important square in the city

  • If you have time, we recommend you visit the Cabildo Museum, it is a very interesting visit to learn about the beginnings of the city of Buenos Aires and how it reached independence in 1816, the entrance is accessible and has guided tours.

  • It is also advisable to visit the Bicentennial Museum, with free access, where the most relevant events of the modern history of the country are reviewed.

  • Pay special attention to the two monuments in the square, the May Pyramid in the center of the square and the monument to General Manuel Belgrano, which pays tribute to whoever was the creator of the Argentine flag.

  • The week of May is the most important historical event in Argentina, on May 25, 1810, in this same square the country's intellectuals met to expel the Spanish Viceroy and form the first independent government.

  • The square is surrounded by outstanding buildings among them, the most prominent being the Casa Rosada.

  • The Casa Rosada, rises in the same place that occupied the old fort of the city and is the headquarters of the executive government of the country, where the president carries out his work.

  • On the opposite side we find the Cabildo de Buenos Aires, there since 1725, it was the old seat of the viceroyalty of La Plata, although today we can see less than a quarter of its original size.

  • Metropolitan Cathedral, the great building of the Banco Nación de la Argentina.

  • First obligatory step through the Buenos Aires city. It is and will always be the most important square in the country

  • This particular square, which may not dazzle you like the squares in other cities, witnessed all the most important historical and social events in the country.

  • Free.

  • 30 min - 1 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Catedral Metropolitana de Buenos Aires

The main headquarters of the Catholic Church of Argentina

  • Keep in mind that the cathedral also functions as a museum in honor of Pope Francis, who from 1998 until his consecration as Supreme Pontiff on March 19, 2013, was Archbishop of Buenos Aires and in charge of leading the Archdiocese.

  • In the museum you can find personal and liturgical objects used during all his years as archbishopric.

  • In addition, the cathedral has a service of guided tours and audio guides in different languages.

  • We recommend you not to miss if the changing of the guard of the grenadiers, the cavalry weapon unit of the Argentine Army, which guards the mausoleum of General San Martín, recognized Latin American liberator, coincides with your visit, it is every day between 8:00 and 19 hours, every two hours.

  • Its current building is the sixth reconstruction that the cathedral has undergone since its foundation in 1593.

  • The definitive construction began in 1752 and ended 100 years later, although in 1911 the interior was finished.

  • Its final style is neoclassical and has an unusual profile in cathedrals, with a closer resemblance to a Greek temple.

  • Its 12 outer columns symbolize the twelve apostles of Jesus.

  • The interior has naves, side chapels and a transept under an impressive dome that reaches 41 meters in height.

  • The large, gilded high altar stands in the middle of the cathedral as the highlight of the center.

  • Another essential is the Metropolitan Cathedral of the city, in front of the Plaza de Mayo.

  • It is the most important Catholic church in the country, and curiously it can go unnoticed due to its structure since it lacks towers, but it is wonderful inside.

  • Free.

  • 15 min - 30 min

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.


Puerto Madero

The most modern and exclusive area in the city

  • We recommend as far as possible to get here by taxi or public transport from the La Boca neighborhood.

  • Puerto Madero is one of the most exclusive areas of Buenos Aires, but the walk from our previous point to here, if you don't know the city, can be dangerous. It is only ten minutes by car.

  • On your tour of Puerto Madero, you will find different places to visit, if you want to organize your time, we recommend visiting the Carcova Museum or the Humor Museum.

  • Pay special attention to the names of its streets, they pay tribute to great women in Argentine history.

  • If you have time, we recommend a brief visit to the Basilica Nuestra Señora de la Merced, which constitutes a portion of the history of Argentine independence.

  • Located at the intersections of Juan Domingo Perón and Reconquista streets, this 18th century church is a place that you must enter without hesitation, it keeps different uses in its memory, but it was from its atrium where Viceroy Liniers led the attack on Plaza de May against the English invasions.

  • In 1882 the great port of Buenos Aires was built for the first time, but ten years later, it became obsolete and fell into decline.

  • Almost a hundred years later the area was rehabilitated to make it the exclusive space that you can visit today.

  • On its route, its lively walks and the colorful Puente de la Mujer stand out, the first work in Latin America by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

  • In addition, moored in its docks, you will find the Sarmiento Frigate and the Uruguay Corvette, two ships with much to tell their visitors.

  • There is also the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve that offers surprising landscapes.

  • The Fountain of Las Nereidas, the work of the Argentine sculptor Lola Mora, was inaugurated in 1903.

  • Puerto Madero, in its versions by day and by night, is one of the most exclusive and modern neighborhoods in the city, it cannot be missing from your list of what to see in the city.

  • Here you have it all, an ecological reserve area, luxurious apartments and hotels and the best restaurants in the country.

  • Free.

  • 2 h - 4 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Plaza Dorrego

Old and traditional

  • You cannot miss the opportunity to stroll through this very traditional area of the city, which still preserves a large part of its architectural heritage.

  • We recommend you walk through its cobbled streets, its low houses with patios with cisterns that suggest a stopped postcard of yesteryear.

  • Also bear in mind that this area stands out for its bars, restaurants, tango shops and for the wide variety of antique shops of different sectors.

  • We recommend you visit the Museum of Modern Art if you have time, which is located in this area, the museum houses more than 7000 works of Argentine and international art, which are worth visiting.

  • In its beginnings, San Telmo was inhabited by the richest families in the city, but in 1871, the yellow fever epidemic ravaged the area and its inhabitants moved to the north of the city.

  • It was then, when European immigrants took advantage of the colonial buildings and established the famous conventillos, which today can be visited in San Telmo and La Boca.

  • Plaza Dorrego is the second oldest square in the entire city and every Sunday the most important outdoor antique fair in the city is held.

  • From Plaza Dorrego you will see the domes of the Church of San Pedro Telmo, they will guide you until you discover the exterior wonder of this historic temple, surrounded by details that highlight its neo-colonial origin.

  • Tango and culture, two combinations typical of Buenos Aires, are synonymous with San Telmo, one of the most traditional and oldest neighborhoods in the city.

  • You can't miss it on your tour of Buenos Aires, and if it's afternoon, even better.

  • Free.

  • 2 h - 4 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Plaza Inmigrantes de Armenia

The favorite neighborhood of porteños and tourists

  • If you have time, we recommend you visit the Los Arcos district shopping center, built on an old railway space, it is an open-air outlet shopping center where you can also enjoy good gastronomy.

  • Pay special attention to the trendy places in the area, many of them have cafes or bars inside.

  • If it coincides with your visit, on Saturday mornings, next to Armenia Square, there is a fruit and vegetable market where locals and tourists come looking for good prices, you cannot miss it.

  • Keep in mind that this is one of the areas most chosen by tourists for their accommodation for its charm and comfort.

  • Palermo Soho is full of independent designer stores, art galleries, well-known fashion brands, bars and bookstores. In addition to its famous Street art.

  • The old Palermo Viejo, today Soho, has been shining in the city for twenty years with its large houses converted into restaurants or clothing stores or a mix of both.

  • It is bounded by Sante Fé, Scalabrini Ortíz, Juan B. Justo and Córdoba avenues. And Gurruchaga street is one of its most important streets.

  • Soho has the characteristic of transforming depending on the day of the week and also the time of day.

  • The Plaza de los Inmigrantes de Armenia is the largest square in the neighborhood, it has a space with games and activities for children and a craft fair and is surrounded by bars to have a snack or a beer.

  • If we talk about neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, another route that cannot be missed on your list is Palermo and if we talk about Palermo, the essential one is definitely Palermo Soho.

  • One of the favorite neighborhoods for those who visit Buenos Aires and also for those who live in the city.

  • Free.

  • 2 h - 4 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


La Boca

A unique place in the world

  • You cannot miss the opportunity to see the famous Transbordado Bridge, an old iron bridge, where the mouth of the Riachuelo is located, which forms the characteristic silhouette of this part of the City.

  • If you have time, don't forget to go to the Torre del Fantasma, as long as this residence is inhabited by a ghostly character, its construction is in the Catalan modernism style, you will find it on Avenida Benito Pérez Galdós 390.

  • Keep in mind that you can visit La Boca during the day, but that this area at night becomes one of the most insecure neighborhoods in the city. The recommendation is to visit this area during the morning or early afternoon and not stray too far from the most touristy streets.

  • La Boca begins its history in 1536 with the arrival in the city of Pedro de Mendoza.

  • And it has always been one of the most peculiar and tourist areas of the city.

  • The construction of the houses made of wood and sheets painted with varied and striking colors, of the paintings that were left over in the port, stands out.

  • Caminito pedestrian street is the highlight of your tour.

  • Here is also one of the most important football stadiums in the country, Boca Juniors, better known as "La Bombonera", inaugurated in 1940.

  • Also on the tour of the neighborhood is a visit to the Boca Quinquela Martín Museum of Fine Arts, which has the most extensive collection of oil paintings by the Argentine painter Benito Quinquela Martín.

  • Tourism in Buenos Aires is synonymous with the La Boca neighborhood, a colorful, picturesque and full of life neighborhood, that's why you can't miss it.

  • Free.

  • 2 h - 4 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cementerio de la Recoleta

Magnificent sample of architecture and art

  • Note that the Buenos Aires tourist office offers free guided tours of the cemetery. For complete and adequate information, we recommend you go to one of the tourist information centers in the city, because the days and times of the same vary frequently.

  • Do not miss the opportunity to see the sculpture of The Lady in White, the story tells that a girl crying in the street, a gentleman approaches her, consoles her, falls in love and she disappears forever, it was Luz María, daughter of the playwright Enrique García Velloso who died of leukemia at the age of 15, the story of love and mystery that this sculpture keeps is really worth it.

  • The cemetery, an excellent work of architecture dating from 1822, is built on the foundations of an old monastery and was the first public cemetery in the city.

  • Among its numerous and imposing mausoleums and vaults, is the eternal resting place of different personalities in the history of Argentina such as the tomb of Evita Perón, one of the most visited, writers, Nobel laureates, athletes and businessmen.

  • On your tour you will find marble and bronze mausoleums, great Greek temples and small Egyptian pyramids coexist with art nouveau style sarcophagi.

  • More than 90 vaults have been declared a National Historic Monument, the work of important architects and are adorned with marbles and sculptures.

  • The Recoleta Cemetery is one of the most visited sites by tourists who come to the city, both foreigners and Argentines who travel to the capital.

  • It is truly a sample of architecture and art in the open air, you cannot miss it on your tour.

  • Free.

  • 2 h - 4 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Monday to Sunday: from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


Teatro Colón

One of the most important lyrical theaters in the world

  • If you have time you cannot miss the opportunity to visit this area, the theater is located in the area known as La Belle Époque in Buenos Aires.

  • We recommend visiting its interior, the theater, it is a true gem and is one of the essentials in the world of opera, at the height of La Scala in Milan, the Opera Garnier in Paris and the Royal Opera House in London.

  • Keep in mind that during the guided tour you will be able to visit the entrance hall covered by a dome formed by stained glass windows, the Sala de los Bustos and the Salón Dorado, created in Baroque style and of course, the Concert Hall composed of elegant velvet armchairs Red.

  • Guided tours start every 15 minutes.

  • It took 20 years to build and it has been open since its first performance on May 25, 1908, in which the opera Aída, by Giuseppe Verdi, was presented.

  • The most important directors, singers and dancers in history, such as Igor Stravinsky, Herbert von Karajan, Daniel Barenboim, Maria Callas, Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, Rudolf Nureyev, Julio Bocca and Maximiliano Guerra have set foot on its stages.

  • Its horseshoe-shaped room generates a perfect sound distribution and the three floors of boxes designed with soft materials - fabrics, woods, carpets - achieve optimal absorption.

  • Hard materials such as marble and bronze were used on the upper floors to perfect the reflection of the waves.

  • Its dome was decorated by the Argentine painter Raúl Soldi.

  • A guided tour of the most famous theater in the country and one of the most important theaters in the world where you can enjoy an opera cannot be missing from your list of what to see in the city.

  • It is also a unique opportunity to enjoy visiting a theater with more than a century of history.

  • Adults: $ 1000 Students: $ 250 Under 7s: free admission.

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Every day from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.



The biggest emblem of the city

  • Keep in mind that it is located at the intersection of two of the most important avenues in the city: 9 de Julio, and Corrientes Street, the brodway of Buenos Aires, you cannot miss it.

  • Do not miss the opportunity to visit the Obelisco Norte and Obelisco Sur underground galleries, they are located under 9 de Julio Avenue and have endless shops of all kinds and art galleries.

  • It was inaugurated in 1936 as a commemoration of the fourth centenary of the first foundation of Buenos Aires.

  • And it is located exactly the same place where the national flag was raised for the first time in the city.

  • Its construction was in record time, it took only 31 days and more than 150 workers participated.

  • It has a height of 67.5 meters high. At its top there are four windows, which can only be reached by a 206-step marine staircase.

  • Its tip is blunt and measures 40 cm and culminates in a lightning rod that cannot be seen due to its height.

  • Inside it has a built-in iron box that is said to hold a photo of the construction engineer, and a letter intended for those who demolish it.

  • An obligatory step in the city, you cannot have been in Buenos Aires and not have taken a photo at the Obelisk.

  • Free.

  • 15 min - 30 min

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays

The city's outstanding botanical garden

  • Do not miss the opportunity to discover the great collection of aromatic herbs that this garden has.

  • Keep in mind that if you want to take a guided tour, they take place on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays at 10:30 am and 3:00 pm and do not require prior registration.

  • The guided visit to the Butterfly Garden is on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 12:00 to 13:00.

  • The guided tour of the Main Greenhouse on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays at 4:30 p.m.

  • The garden was inaugurated in 1898 and was designed by the French landscaper Carlos Thays, like most of the green spaces in the city.

  • It houses some 6,000 species both indigenous and from other countries, a botanical library and a herbarium, in addition to its three gardens.

  • It also has a large collection of sculptures and an English-style house, in which temporary art shows are held.

  • On the Los Reyes de Jardín Trail, you can walk to see the oldest indigenous specimens.

  • On the Native Flora Trail you will find the species of some of the trees that inhabit mountains, forests and jungles in Argentina.

  • Finally, the Ethnobotanical Trail, dedicated to the spirituality of the species, stands out.

  • Buenos Aires is conspicuously full of green spaces, it is difficult to stay with just one of them, but we believe that if there is one that you cannot miss it is the Botanical Garden.

  • Free.

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: from September 22 to April 21 from Tuesday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 9:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. From April 22 to September 21 from Tuesday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 9:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. On Mondays throughout the year it is closed.


Galerías Pacífico

Luxury and art

  • You cannot miss the opportunity to access this shopping center, even if you do not have plans to make purchases, because its architecture and its interior are very worth it.

  • Keep in mind that you can have an audio guide to know the history of the galleries, the building and the murals, requesting your headphones at the information stand on the Source level, the guide is available in Spanish, English, Portuguese and French.

  • If you have time, we recommend you go to the Borges Cultural Center, which is located a few meters from the Gallery.

  • It is one of the main commercial centers of the City and they are located in one of the main intersections of the capital: Florida Street and Córdoba Avenue.

  • Its architecture and its magnificent dome decorated with murals painted by Antonio Berni, Lino Enea Spilimbergo, Demetrio Urruchúa and Juan Carlos Castagnino, are the main attraction of the galleries.

  • The original building was built in 1889 and was home to the Au bon Marché stores but they were never opened.

  • A short time later, it was sold to the Buenos Aires al Pacífico railroad, which finally gave it its current name.

  • From 1896 until 1940 it was the headquarters of the National Museum of Fine Arts.

  • In 1992 one of the most important shopping centers in the city was renovated and opened.

  • Another must-see tour of the city center is Florida Street, where you have no excuse to visit Galerías Pacífico, the most recommended for its architecture, luxury and shopping options.

  • Free.

  • 30 min - 1 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Avenida Corrientes

The Buenos Aires soul, the street that does not sleep

  • You cannot miss the opportunity to visit this emblematic avenue of the city, it is also the ideal place to taste the famous Buenos Aires pizza, a Genoese import adapted to local tastes, either sitting at a comfortable table or standing at the bar of any pizzeria. .

  • Keep in mind that the most famous theaters and pizzerias in the country are located here.

  • If you want something traditional, be sure to try a combination of porteño par excellence, beer, pizza and faina.

  • Keep in mind that Corrientes Street is pedestrianized at night from 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. from Callao Avenue to Libertad Street.

  • It is known as the street that does not sleep, from the Obelisk, between Esmeralda and Callao streets, it has the highest concentration of bookstores, theaters, pizzerias and bars in Buenos Aires.

  • Historically, this street has witnessed the golden age of tango, all the great musicians of the first half of the 20th century played here.

  • It also houses the largest number of theaters in the city, both to enjoy a play and an excellent musical or concert.

  • In addition, it has the most varied bookstores in the city and in December the Night of the Bookstores is organized annually, where all the booksellers attend until dawn, offer promotional prices and organize different talks with writers and cultural personalities .

  • If a visit to Buenos Aires cannot be conceived without seeing the obelisk, neither can a visit to Buenos Aires be conceived without walking along Corrientes Street, the most famous in the city.

  • Pedestrianized at night and witness to the golden age of tango, it is one of the cultural hubs of Buenos Aires, surrounded by theaters and places to eat.

  • Free.

  • 2 h - 4 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

The most important art museum in Latin America

  • We recommend you to walk from the previous point of our tour, since on the way you will pass through the forests of the city, the artificial lake and the zoo.

  • If you want to take a guided tour, keep in mind that they are at specific times, from Tuesday to Friday at 3:00 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. and on holidays at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. hours, and all guided tours are free in front of the university.

  • The Museum, was founded in 1888, its imposing building is neoclassical and baroque with ornamental motifs taken from pre-Columbian cultures, but its portico is neo-Greek.

  • Its access is highlighted by its l stairway escorted by the sculptures of two Pampas tigers.

  • It is made up of 21 rooms, where outstanding collections of fossils from the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic era are exhibited, representatives of mammals extinct more than 10,000 years ago.

  • The exhibitions are made up of more than 3 million objects and are intended to show the evolution and diversity of nature.

  • Considered the fifth most important museum in the world in its specialty.

  • His collection of dinosaurs is the favorite of the little ones.

  • The National Museum of Fine Arts is the essential in the city, if we are talking about museums, one of the most important in Latin America and an essential on your list.

  • Free.

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Monday.


El Ateneo Grand Splendid

Award-winning, the most beautiful bookstore in the world

  • You cannot miss the possibility of knowing this site, beyond your interest in books, it is very worth knowing its facilities.

  • Keep in mind that here you have the possibility to sit in their comfortable armchairs and read any of their 120 thousand titles with no obligation to purchase.

  • Pay special attention to the upper floor of the bookstore, it is dedicated to samples and temporary exhibitions.

  • El Ateneo bookstore is a very traditional chain in Argentina and South America.

  • Its most famous branch, is since 2000 the one that is very close to the Callao subway station, on Avenida Santa Fé.

  • Its very traditional building was formerly a theater, the Grand Splendid.

  • And in addition to its wide range of books, you will also find a beautiful cafeteria, set on the old stage.

  • It has a very fun section dedicated to children in the basement and a harmonious reading space in the boxes of the former theater.

  • The dome was painted by Nazareno Orlandi. And it is an allegorical representation of Peace, painted in 1919 with a celebration for the end of the First World War.

  • If there is a very prominent place and by which you will pass several times very close, it is El Ateneo Grand Splendid, the most recognized bookstore in the whole country.

  • You will admire its conservation with the original railings, the intact decoration and the curtain on the stage, as well as being surprised by the frescoes painted on its dome, details that make this site a must-see on your tour of the capital of Argentina.

  • Free.

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Sundays from 12.00 to 22.00.


Mirador Galería Güemes

Mythical viewpoint of the city

  • You cannot miss the opportunity to know this passage, it is going back in time, it hides stories in each of its corners.

  • From here, one of the best-known radio stations in the country broadcast for the first time.

  • We recommend you visit all its corners, here lived for example for more than a year, the French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of The Little Prince.

  • Keep in mind that the entrance to the viewpoint is closer to the Miter entrance.

  • Pay attention to its views, from the heights, you will be able to see the most emblematic buildings, the classic domes of the city, the Río de la Plata and if the weather accompanies you you will have a view of the Uruguayan coast.

  • This true vintage treasure was inaugurated in 1915, and it was known to be the shopping and social events tour par excellence.

  • Its more than 100 meters long join Florida and San Martín streets.

  • It has an unparalleled cultural and historical value for the city and in addition to the shops, a theater and the offices that you will find along the passage, the highlight is its mythical viewpoint.

  • The Güemes viewpoint reopened to the public in 2013 and with its 87 meters it is considered the first skyscraper in Buenos Aires.

  • It preserves to this day its European architecture from the end of the 19th century, with its marked Art Nouveau style, the elegance in its bronzework details, its advanced elevators and its imposing glass and iron domes, among other examples, make it unique.

  • Buenos Aires has many passages, but there is one of them that is the most famous, called Galerías Güemes.

  • Its imposing architecture, its outstanding viewpoint and its incalculable cultural value, make it other places that you cannot miss.

  • Galleries: free Mirador: $ 200 Minors: free.

  • 15 min - 30 min

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: Galleries from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Viewpoint from Monday to Friday from 3 to 5:40 p.m., entrance to the viewpoint is every 20 minutes.


Palacio Barolo

An avenue full of history, the first in the city

  • We recommend you not lose sight of the facades of all the buildings that accompany the avenue, they are well worth observing.

  • If you have time in the city, the interior visit to the Barolo Palace is highly recommended.

  • On the official website you will find information about the different guided tours they offer, as well as their schedules and costs.

  • Pay special attention to the clock of the Porteña Legislature, it has a peculiarity that makes it unique: a melody command clock, with a five-bell chime, this clock controls the movement of another 80 clocks distributed in the rest of the building

  • The avenue is accompanied by many historic buildings to admire on your route, in addition, emblematic places such as Café Tortoni, one of the most representative and oldest bars in the city.

  • On your tour you will find the Museum of the Revolution, a gallery of handicrafts where artisans make their products by hand.

  • The Barolo Palace, is the great highlight on your tour, twin of the Salvo Palace in Montevideo, representing a union between the two capitals of the Río de la Plata.

  • The Palace is an architectural marvel, it is full of analogies and references to the Divine Comedy.

  • On the corner with Calle Bolivar is the Palacio de la Legislatura de Buenos Aires, one of the largest buildings in the city.

  • Avenida de Mayo, is one of the most historic streets in the city and which is surrounded by beautiful buildings, the Barolo Palace, is the most prominent building on your journey and therefore the essential place to visit.

  • Free.

  • 15 min - 30 min

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

5 Ratings



Me he dado cuenta que me han faltado sitios, seguro los conoceré la próxima!




esta guía explica con detalles todos los lugares turísticos en Buenos Aires. Muy buena




tengo planes de visitar Buenos Aires pero sinceramente no sabía mucho de esta ciudad y la guía me sirvió demasiado




desde pequeña he escuchado sobre todos los atractivos de Buenos Aires y es verdad es una ciudad preciosa. para mí próximo viaje a B.A usaré a esta guía ya que me ha parecido muy completa, tiene todos los los lugares q. no te puedes perder.




La City Porteña! Excelente resúmen de lo que no te podés perder en Baires!