Reviewed on 19 Sep. 2020
This giant pillar was built to mark the 400th anniversary of the city’s inception. Now, it stands as the most famous icon in Buenos Aires.
National government offices, imposing architectural landmarks and a nicely landscaped parkland mark Buenos Aires’ most significant square.
Relax in a park with a preserved lawn, trees, statues, a war memorial and a tower in the center of the city.
Take a tranquil stroll around this portal to Japan. The impressive replica of spiritual Zen gardens features lakes, bridges and elegant floral displays.
Discover outstanding shopping, exquisite dining and energetic nightlife in the trendiest and largest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires.
Inspired by French and Italian opera houses, this grand 1908 concert hall has some of the best sound in the world.