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Travelers to this area of Buenos Aires share space with around 13,100,000 residents.
There are just a handful of destinations in the world that are truly international and Buenos Aires is one of them because of attractions like Teatro Colon and Casa Rosada. It is also known around the world for the Obelisco and Plaza de Mayo.
Let the kids blow off some steam at Tierra Santa and Parque de la Costa. The Museo de los Ninos and the Argentine Cinema Museum are also great places to visit if the little ones aren't too worn out.
The kids can spend countless hours wandering around and gawking at the wide range of animals at the Buenos Aires Zoo and the Temaiken Biopark.
Want to try out your poker face? Make your way over to the Trilenium Casino or the Puerto Madero Casino.
From budding botanists to weekend gardeners, everyone is sure to enjoy the floral specimens on display at the Carlos Thays Botanic Garden. You can also go on a rewarding stroll through the Rose Garden and the El Rosedal Park.
When it's time to take five, pack a picnic and find a shady corner at one of the pleasant green spaces, such as Plaza San Martin or the Japanese Garden. You'll also find plenty of room to laze about at Barrancas de Belgrano and Plaza de los Dos Congresos.
Turn off your phone and have a rest from the modern world at Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve and Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur. Bosques de Palermo and Reserva Ecologica are also recommended by nature-loving travelers.
See the world from a new perspective with a visit to one of the area's intriguing exhibition spaces. The Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum and the Police Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are sure to capture your attention. Another two to consider are the Museo Casa Carlos Gardel and the Uruguay Ship Museum.
Stories of this area's nautical history are imprinted on the pieces of remnant vessels exhibited at the Museo Naval de la Nacion.
Learn more about the history of science by taking a tour of one of the science museums. Planetario Galileo Galilei, the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales and the Museo Participativo de Ciencias are a definite for those into everything scientific.
Learn about the various specimens that are on show as you stroll around the overflowing exhibits of the Ethnographic Museum.
Buenos Aires is a hive of artistic energy, with galleries and exhibition spaces all over. Revel in the cool atmosphere at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires and the Fundacion Proa. The Xul Solar Museum and the Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo are also well worth a look if you can squeeze them in.
The past comes alive at the Cabildo and the Mitre Museum thanks to their wide array of illuminating displays. The Argentine National Museum of History and the La Reconquista Museum are also worthy choices.
Learn more about this area's past with a visit to the University of Buenos Aires and Argentine National Congress, just a couple of the preserved historic sites here. You might also like to snap a few photos at Torre de los Ingleses and the Banco de la Nacion Argentina.
Observe the water flowing under Boca Bridge, an impressive feat of civil engineering.
When it came to designing and building Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes and Palacio Paz, you'll see that no expense was spared. Palacio de Aguas Corrientes and Palais de Glace Salas Nacionales de Cultura are two more magnificent homes that have plenty of stories to offer.
The region's spiritual side can be found at Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral and Anglican Cathedral. Basilica de Nuestra Senora de la Merced and the King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center are also intriguing holy places.
After checking out the star attractions around Buenos Aires, make time to see a couple of its lesser-known sights. A couple of worthwhile places to start with are the National Library and the Borges Cultural Center. Also, contemplate seeing Caminito Street Museum and Women's Bridge if you have time.
Located in 9 de Julio Avenue, this hotel is steps from Obelisco and Teatro Colon. Plaza de Mayo and Casa Rosada are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This Sheraton hotel in downtown Buenos Aires overlooks Plaza San Martin and is surrounded by shopping, business, and nightlife districts.
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 El Centro, 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).
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 in the entertainment district, within 1 mi (2 km) of San Martin Square, Teatro Colon, and Plaza San Martin. Obelisco and Torre de los Ingleses 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.
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.