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One of the city’s grandest and most elegant neighborhoods is also the final resting place of leading figures from Argentina’s history.
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Museums and a casino float on the water, an iconic bridge spans the port and an ecological reserve lines the waterfront in this revitalized row of docks.
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This multi-faceted Buenos Aires district is home to the financial district, a political hub and a shopping precinct. It’s also a popular tourist centre.
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Thrift shops, flea markets, bookstores and a cinema museum make this colonial neighbourhood one of Buenos Aires’ most vibrant.
Travelers to Buenos Aires give high marks for the abundant cafés, top-notch restaurants, and entertainment choices. This city also attracts tourists with its shopping, local tours, and museums. Top sights in the city include Estadio Monumental, Teatro Colon, and Obelisco.
Known for its museums, live music, and opera, the city's cultural venues include Teatro Colon, Praxis, and Cabildo. The city is notable for landmarks like Obelisco, Plaza de Mayo, and Plaza San Martin. Shopping is one of the favorite things to do, so consider an excursion to Shopping Mall, Don Torcuato Antiques Market, and Tortugas Open Mall.
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Other favorite sights in Buenos Aires include Estadio Monumental, Casa Rosada, and Estadio Velez Sarsfield.
With so many ways to get around, exploring Buenos Aires is simple. You can take advantage of metro transit at Inca Station, Tronador Station, and Viceroys Square Station. If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Buenos Aires Liniers Station, Buenos Aires Devoto Station, or Buenos Aires Antonio Devoto Station.