[spacer height=”20px”]THINGS TO DO IN BUENOS AIRES (by Quantity of Days)

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[spacer height=”30px”]FIRST QUESTION.

What is the fist question people ask me when they contact? Sebastian… what should I do in Buenos Aires?
The answer to that, of course, depends on how much time you will stay in the city. Its not the same to spend a week, a few days or a some hours in Buenos Aires. Depending on that you will have a proper answer.

In this post you will find the answers you are looking for. As an expert organising holidays in Buenos Aires, I will tell you what I think are the best options for you depending on your time in the city.
If you don’t have much time to plan, or if you are not interested to read the information above, you can go directly to our special experiences that we designed for you or you can write to me and I will make a designed plan just for you. Then you can relax letting me to do all the hard job.

Anyway, this post will give you an idea of what you should see during your visit to Buenos Aires. So, I highly recommend to read this post since a lot of your question will be answer.

 

 

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[spacer height=”20px”]ONE DAY IN BUENOS AIRES

Buenos Aires has 48 Neighborhoods. If you want to learn all about the city you should spend more than a week at least. Anyway, there is no need to visit every single neighbourhood. I really love my city, but I don’t think that everything is interesting. If you have one day in the city you will need to spend your time in a clever way. What to visit?

Neighbourhoods you should visit:

Recoleta (including the Cemetery), La Boca (Caminito), May Square (Cathedral of Buenos Aires, Pink House, Cabildo), Puerto Madero (Modern part of the City). Also, if you have extra time try to visit Palermo Gardens, and definitely attend to a Tango Show at night. 

 If you want to know more about how to spend one day in the city press the button “1 day” and read the next post. I will tell you more secrets about these places. 

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The floraris Generica of Buenos Aires in Recoleta neighborhood.

[spacer height=”20px”]TWO DAYS IN BUENOS AIRES

If one day it is not enough for you (and for sure is not enough to see it all) and you want to stay at least two days in the city, here you can find some options.

You have to ask yourself if you want to see more of the city or if you want to do another activities outside of the city. 

 Option: More of the city. 

You can divide your two days in Buenos Aires by sections. You can visit the south of the city the first day and the north of city the second day.

I recommend you to start your day in May Square (Pink house, Cathedral and Cabildo), then walk around San Telmo (defense street till the antique market), then La Boca (Caminito) and finally Puerto Madero. 

The next day, I recommend you to start again in May Square, walk the Florida street in direction to Retiro Neighbourhood (San Martin square),  then visit Recoleta (Alvear Avenue, the Cemetery, The Church of Pilar, the Generical Flower) and finally, Palermo Garden. If you have extra time you should visit also Palermo Soho Neighborhood. 

Option: Relaxing outside the city. 

If you think that you had enough of the city in one day. Then, I will recommend you to visit Tigre District. What is Tigre? it is the Venice of Buenos Aires. A place with plenty of islands, where everything moves by boat.  

You can not leave the city without attending a tango show. You can consider experience cooking Argentinean food also.

If you want to learn more about how to spend two days in the city press the button “2 days”. 

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[spacer height=”60px”]THREE DAYS IN BUENOS AIRES

If you have 3 days in Buenos Aires, then you can split the city  in two and see one day the South area and the second day the north area of Buenos Aires.  For the first day, I recommend you to start in May Square (Pink house, Cathedral and Cabildo), then walk around San Telmo (defense street till the antique market), then La Boca (Caminito) and finally visit Puerto Madero. For the second day, you can start in May Square but going to the north of the city, walking the Florida street direction to Retiro Neighbourhood (San Martin square),  then Recoleta (Alvear Street, Cemetery, Church of Pilar, Genetical Flower) and finally Palermo Gardens (Rosedal Garden). If you have extra time and energy, I recommend you to visit Palermo Soho Neighbourhood. But relax, less sometimes is more. Enjoy the day, walk around, have a coffee, take your time to see and explore the areas.

For the 3rd day I recommend you to relax in Tigre District. Tigre is the Venice of Buenos Aires, it is a place that everything moves by boat.  Please, don’t leave the country without enjoying a tango show. If Tigre is not a place you think you would like (uncommon but can happened) then think about attending to an Estancia (A ranch with traditions from the Gauchos and also try the “Asado Argentino”).

Another option is to visit Colonia (Uruguay) or a play and see a match of the best Polo in the world. Try a Polo Day. Anyway you can investigate more about these options. Or contact me if you need further information. 

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[spacer height=”20px”]FOUR DAYS IN BUENOS AIRES OR MORE!

If you have 4 days. Then you can divide and do in 2 days Buenos Aires. You can see the first day the South of the city (oldest) and the second day the North of city. If you want to you can start in May Square (Pink house, Cathedral and Cabildo), then do San Telmo (defense street till the antique market), then La Boca (Caminito) and finally Puerto Madero. The second day you can start again in May Square, going to the north taking the Florida Street direction to Retiro Neighborhood (Palaces),  Recoleta (Alvear Street, Cemetery, Church of Pilar, Genetical Flower) and Palermo Garden. At the end if you have extra time I will recommend to see Palermo Soho Neighborhood. And relax, less is more. Enjoy the visit, just walking, having a coffee, taking your time to see what you like. Explore. 

For the 3rd day Later relax in Tigre, is the Venice of Buenos Aires.

The 4day visit Colonia Uruguay. 

Options for the last 2 days: Try an Estancia (Farm with traditions from the Gauchos and eat “Asado Argentino”). Another option or enjoy a Polo Day or add them to your travel. As well you can add  some visits to museums.   

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