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What to do in Buenos Aires


La Boca

Did you know that Argentina is a country that has grown demographically due to important migratory flows in the 19th century? The neighborhood of "La Boca" was built abound the first harbor of the city of Buenos Aires. Many of the Italian immigrants settled near the docks between 1880 and 1930. The history of this recent past is at plain sight in the streets of La Boca, in the color of its houses, in its museums and also in the Boca Juniors soccer stadium, one of the most popular teams of Argentina..

San Telmo

San Telmo is Buenos Aires´ oldest neighborhood. A walk along its streets will reveal the historical heritage from colonial times up to the beginning of the 20th century. You will learn to distinguish styles and discover the changes. You will be able to visit antique shops and the famous market at Dorrego Plaza, the historical heart of the neighborhood. San Telmo, historical patrimony of the city, is where most of the "tanguerías" (Tango Restaurants/bars) and "casonas" (old-fashioned restaurants) from last century, can be found.
Palermo chico   French architecture in Buenos Aires
Did you know that Argentina was a very rich country at the beginning of the 20th century? You will find out through the splendid residences of this neighborhood, the way of life of the aristocracy of Buenos Aires with fortunes based on the exploitation of the field. In the neighborhood of Palermo Chico you will observe how the French architecture gradually replaced the colonial Spanish past.
We will explain why these mansions of the Argentine elite are today                  headquarters of embassies and consular representations.

Yesterday and today

Argentina and the immigration are closely related. The neighborhood of Retiro is clear proof of this. The harbor, the railroad and the old Immigrants Hotel which are in the area will help us explain why they are such an important part of our history. Today this Plaza also preserves the memory of the most recent history in the commemorative monument to the War of Malvinas.


Art, history and leisure: Recoleta offers all of this and much more. It is the place where young people meet. In the residential neighborhood of Recoleta is the Church of Our Lady of Pilar ("Nuestra Señora del Pilar"), a splendid and rare example of colonial architecture. The former cloisters of the convent are today a museum and cultural center. Craftsmen and street artists gather in the square. In the landscape of the neighborhood the museums of art coexist with the most sophisticated restaurants, cafés and discos.

Maradona and Boca Junior: A "love story"

Surely you know them: Diego Armando Maradona, the most famous soccer player of Argentina and Boca, the most popular soccer team in this country. They signify together a great sport passion. This story can be found in the Soccer Museum related with the historic, social and political development of Argentina and the world. Did you know that the Boca stadium is called "La Bombonera" (The Chocolate box)? We will explain this as well.

Do you know Evita?

The woman, the stateswoman, the "descamisada".
Even today, Eva Perón has a mythical stature. The power and the magnetism of her figure have provoked enduring feelings of love and hatred.
 Nobody can deny the force and the fascination that her name still brings about.

Tango Circuit
Tango, its music and its dance, is known today around the world. Yes, tango is a part of the city of Buenos Aires. In its origin it was danced in the brothels of the poor neighbourhoods because it was considered to be scandalous.
But little by little it gained a space in the ballrooms of the centre of the city reaching the most elegant neighbourhoods. The tango circuit will help you discover a story that is written in the streets of our city.                 
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Visiting museums is a wonderful way to take a trip back in history, to find out about the customs, traditions, life and environment of the civilizations of the past. In the past 10 years Buenos Aires has declared many sites as historical attractions and has turned many local spots into exhibits for museums and has opened up a new branch of tourism by promoting local grave sites and private homes for visiting.
There are many museums dedicated to the history of Buenos Aires and Argentina, palaeontology, archaeology and art.

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