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The 19th century architecture of this beautiful city has both French and Italian influences, which can be seen in its tree-lined avenues and boulevards as well as its brightly coloured houses. It’s also renowned for its colourful neighbourhoods and some of the best and most diverse nightlife in the world.
A good place to start is the Plaza de Mayo, located in the Downtown area of the city. This, and the Casa Rosada (Pink House), which houses the office of the President of Argentina, are where the Argentine Revolution took place, when Argentina gained independence from Spain in 1810. If you’re looking to shop, head to Florida and Lavelle Streets where international designers are represented. There are also plenty of shops locally in Palermo Soho and Viejo.
Take a trip to La Recoleta Cemetery where you can see the tomb of Argentina's charismatic first lady, Eva Perón, better known as Evita. Wander among the many tombs and grave sites of military leaders, Nobel Prize winners and other well-known Argentinians.
From the cemetery, take the metro north of Recoleta to Palermo, one of the city’s most contemporary neighbourhoods. Wander through the cobbled streets past terraced houses and trendy boutiques and cafés.
Children and adults will enjoy a day out at the Buenos Aires Zoo. One of the zoo’s aims is to become a world leader in conservation and wildlife preservation. If you have children with you, pick up a container of food at the entrance so they can feed the animals. At night, return to Palermo Hollywood to hang out with the locals in some of the city’s best bars.
Buenos Aires also has some spectacular scenery and views, offering plenty of photo opportunities. The sunset vista of the city from the port district of Puerto Madero is not to be missed.
Argentinians also love their sport. If you’re a soccer fan, head south to La Boca, the spiritual home of the Boca Juniors. Watch a match at the Bombonera stadium to experience the passion and energy of the Argentinians at its best.
Located in The Real Heart of Buenos Aires, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of San Martin Cultural Center, Obelisco, and Teatro Colon. Argentine National Congress and Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Feria de Mataderos, Lago Epecuen, and Pedro Bidegain Stadium. Estadio Velez Sarsfield and Automotive Museum are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Located in Puerto Madero, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Casa Rosada, and Plaza de Mayo. Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum and Cabildo are also within 2 mi (3 km).
This white-columned hotel is in the heart of the Buenos Aires' central business district, a half-block from the vibrant Calle Florida pedestrian-only shopping street and 5 blocks from Puerto Madero.
Regal Pacific Buenos Aires is a 5-minute walk from the gleaming high-rises and posh steakhouses lining the Puerto Madero waterfront. Guests can shop for tango memorabilia on pedestrianized Florida Street, a 5-minute walk from the hotel, or take a 6-minute cab ride to historic Plaza de Mayo.
This luxurious Buenos Aires hotel is in the elite La Recoleta district, across the street from the fabulous Patio Bullrich shopping center, steps away from all major activities, and near the business district.
This family-friendly Buenos Aires hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernandez Blanco, Teatro Colon, and Plaza San Martin. Obelisco and Torre de los Ingleses are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Core area of Buenos Aires, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of N. S. Pilar Parish, Plaza San Martin, and Torre de los Ingleses. Teatro Colon and Obelisco are also within 2 mi (3 km).