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Buenos Aires Guide

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Best of Buenos Aires

3 days in Buenos Aires
3 days in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a passionate, dynamic city that's always on the move. Here's a mere sampling of what the "Paris of South America" has to offer its guests.

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Family-friendly Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires for young kids
Buenos Aires for young kids

Kids will never run out of cool things to do in Buenos Aires, a city that encourages locals and tourists alike to play hard.

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Buenos Aires on a budget

Buenos Aires for free
Buenos Aires for free

BA is a relative bargain to many tourists who travel here, but there are still even greater deals to be had. Check out these inexpensive offerings.

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Insiders' Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires off the beaten path
Buenos Aires off the beaten path

Diverse cultures help make Buenos Aires the thriving metropolis it is. Check out some of the city's lesser-known attractions and spots to get a sense for what makes this place tick.

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Getaways from Buenos Aires

Daytrips from Buenos Aires
Daytrips from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the largest city in Argentina, but HARDLY the only place worth checking out in this vast country. Here's a sampling of getaways that'll give you a glimpse into the land beyond BA.

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Old and New Buenos Aires
Old and New Buenos Aires

Most of Buenos Aires's buildings from the colonial era and the early days of the republic have long since been built over, but the San Telmo neighborhood still offers glimpses of the city's past....

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Recoleta Parks
Recoleta Parks

This leisurely walking tour takes you from the corner of Libertador and Pueyrredon, to the corner of Guido and Aguero, passing through several beautiful parks along the way. This tour is a great...

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Buenos Aires Café Hopping
Buenos Aires Café Hopping

Buenos Aires might be synonymous with beef, but Porteños don’t live by steak alone. In a metropolis defined by the character of its neighborhoods, the best way to navigate the city—and soak up...

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History and Architecture along the Avenida de Mayo
History and Architecture along the Avenida de Mayo

The Avenida de Mayo connects the National Congress building with the Plaza de Mayo and Casa Rosada, and was named in honor of the May Revolution of 1810 which lead to Argentina's independence from...

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Retiro, Palaces, and Shopping
Retiro, Palaces, and Shopping

Welcome to Retiro!

This barrio fo Buenos Aireas is distinctly different from it's neighbors to the south and west. It is full of many high-end shopping areas, such as the Galerias Pacifico and...

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Perfect Weekend

Best parts of Buenos Aires. (anthonyworld, 17 Jul 2008)
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Sunny BsAs Weekends (puravidalex, 8 Apr 2013)
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Best Of

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My First Time in South America (tingleboi, 18 Nov 2011)
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Recent Trip

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Buenos Aires Honeymoon (ekj1911, 12 Nov 2006)
2.5 of 5 stars 1 Vote