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This is an area of Buenos Aires that some 13,100,000 people reside in.
There are some places on this planet that are known everywhere, and Buenos Aires is one of them because of sights such as Teatro Colon and Casa Rosada. And of course, there is also the Obelisco and Plaza de Mayo.
Escape the adult world for a while and be transported into a place of enchantment at Tierra Santa and Parque de la Costa. For more fun with the family, continue on to the Museo de los Ninos and the Argentine Cinema Museum.
Whether your kids are fans of majestic mammals or unassuming reptiles, the Buenos Aires Zoo and the Temaiken Biopark have something for everyone.
Whether you're interested in some table games or you simply like the exciting atmosphere of casinos, your best bet here is the Trilenium Casino or the Puerto Madero Casino.
From budding young botanists to weekend gardeners, everyone is sure to be inspired by the plants on display at the Carlos Thays Botanic Garden. The Rose Garden and the El Rosedal Park are also worth a look.
When it's time to take five, grab something for lunch and find a shady nook at one of the area's scenic urban parks, such as Plaza San Martin or the Japanese Garden. Serrano Square and Barrancas de Belgrano are two more nice places to while away the afternoon over a good book.
Discover the local wildlife with a drive to one of the area's freshwater lakes, such as Lago Epecuen or Buenos Aires Outdoors.
Lock your phone in the car and have a break from the noise of the modern world at Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve and Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur. Bosques de Palermo and Reserva Ecologica are also highly recommended by lovers of the natural world.
The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of interesting stories and quirky facts. The Cabildo and the Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum offer a range of collections that are bound to spark your curiosity. The Police Museum and the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires are also well worth a visit.
Accounts of this region's nautical traditions are imprinted on the collection of marine artifacts on display at the Museo Naval de la Nacion.
Planetario Galileo Galilei, the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales and the Museo Participativo de Ciencias are ideal for visitors who are interested in learning about the history of science. The wonderful range of artifacts and models being exhibited at these wonderful museums will keep discerning minds enraptured for hours.
The samples of specimens and curiosities at the Ethnographic Museum will provide you with a captivating glimpse into exotic, unknown worlds.
Expand your appreciation of the artistic drive, and perhaps even find something for the lounge room at one of the various gallery spaces. Immerse yourself in the cool atmosphere at the Fundacion Proa and the Xul Solar Museum. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left, wrap up your day at the Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo and the National Museum of Fine Arts.
Take yourself back through time and unveil secrets of the past at the Mitre Museum or the Argentine National Museum of History. Like the sound of those? There's even more to be seen at the La Reconquista Museum or the Regional History Muesum Distric Ezeiza.
To learn more about the people and places of this region's past, be sure to visit its historic structures and monuments. Begin your local history tour at the University of Buenos Aires or Argentine National Congress. More stories from a bygone era await at Torre de los Ingleses and the Banco de la Nacion Argentina.
Boca Bridge will be of particular interest to those who enjoy civil engineering.
Some of the area's most famed people have called Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes and Palacio Paz "home" throughout the years. Be sure to take a few photos as you take in their striking architecture and gorgeous interiors. You might also like to meander through the grounds and listen to some stories at Palacio de Aguas Corrientes and Palais de Glace Salas Nacionales de Cultura.
Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you'll be sure to enjoy a trip to Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral and Anglican Cathedral. Basilica de Nuestra Senora de la Merced and the King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center are also recommended sacred sites.
Before you pack up your bags and head home, be sure to visit some of the lesser-known attractions here. The National Library and the Naval Center are a couple of worthwhile options. If you have more time to spare, also visit the Borges Cultural Center and Caminito Street Museum.
Argentina's capital is an exciting and ever-evolving city that is favored by tourists from all over the globe. Finding a great place to stay here will be simple, with no less than 479 Buenos Aires hotels listed on Expedia's travel guide.
Be sure to check out the amenities at the Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires, at Posadas 1086/88, and Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, located at Av. Alvear 1661. If those don't exactly meet your needs, make sure you check out the ibis Buenos Aires Obelisco, at Avenida Corrientes 1344, and the Eco Pampa Hostel, at Guatemala 4778 - Palermo, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.
If you're stopping over for just a night or two and only have limited time for Buenos Aires' star attractions, you might find it more convenient to stay at the Hilton Buenos Aires or the Intercontinental Buenos Aires, which are both within walking distance from Casa Rosada.
This Sheraton hotel in downtown Buenos Aires overlooks Plaza San Martin and is surrounded by shopping, business, and nightlife districts.
Located in Puerto Madero, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Canto Al Trabajo, Casa Rosada, and Plaza de Mayo. Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum and Cabildo are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Feria de Mataderos, Lago Epecuen, and Pedro Bidegain Stadium. Saldungaray Cemetary and Alfonsina Storni Monument are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Located in Retiro, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ruinas de San Ignacio, Teatro Colon, and Plaza San Martin. Obelisco and Torre de los Ingleses are also within 15 minutes.
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 family-friendly Buenos Aires hotel is located near the airport, within a 15-minute walk of San Martin Square and Praxis. Teatro Colon and Plaza San Martin are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This family-friendly Buenos Aires hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 15-minute walk of San Martin Square and Praxis. Teatro Colon and Plaza San Martin are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Puerto Madero, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Uruguay Ship Museum and Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum. Casa Rosada and Plaza de Mayo are also within 1 mi (2 km).