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16 Best Things to Do in Buenos Aires

Akshay Kulkarni Jul 18, 2019
The capital and the largest city of Argentina - Buenos Aires is a major tourist hotspot. Here's an ultimate guide to help you have the time of your life in this bustling Latin American city.

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Take a free guided tour of the Congress of the Argentine Nation.

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Stroll around the Congressional Plaza, a gorgeous public park in front of the Congress building.
Visit one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world - Recoleta Cemetery.

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Witness the Obelisco, a 235 ft tall historically significant monument of Buenos Aires.

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Drive around the widest avenue in the world - 9 de Julio Avenue.
Enjoy an opera at the grand Teatro Colon, one of the best theaters in the world.

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Spend some time at the posh dockside, Puerto Madero and also cross the exquisitely asymmetric Women's Bridge.

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Traverse through the centerpiece of Buenos Aires - Plaza de Mayo, a lively city square replenished with touristy places.
Stop by the Casa Rosada (Pink House), Argentina's ravishing presidential palace.

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Shop till you drop at the ever-buzzing San Telmo market.

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Gorge on the delicious Choripan, a hot dog-like fast food consumed heavily in Buenos Aires.

Also Binge-eat: 
Empanadas and Alfajores.

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Feel like a local at the vibrant La Boca neighborhood and admire the street museum of Caminito.
Attend a Milonga to watch the flawless, amazing tango performances, or share the dance space and move to the tunes of live orchestras and tango singers.

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Read a book or two at the fascinating theater-turned-bookshop, El Ateneo Grand Splendid.
Explore Buenos Aires' most beautiful and imposing architecture - the Cabildo building.

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Find your peace amidst the nature at Bosques de Palmero, the oldest park of Buenos Aires.