Paseo de la Historieta in San Telmo Paseo de la Historieta, in the historical neighborhood of San Telmo, pays tribute to the masters of humor and their creations: Mafalda, Clemente, Isidoro, Matías… and many others.
Ana Frank’s History
In collaboration with Ana Frank’s house in Amsterdam, the District of Belgrano shelters Centro Ana Frank Argentina, a space devoted to the memory of what happened during the Holocaust...
Buenos Aires Historic Quarter
At weekends, when the motor vehicle traffic fades away and business time is over, downtown Buenos Aires appears to calm down and the treasure which has always been in the same place comes to light...
Buenos Aires Museum Center
While in Puerto Madero, we visited one of the most traditional and at the same time atypical constructions in the area: former Munich Brewery, which today houses the Buenos Aires Museum Center.
Buenos Aires on a sailing boat
The Yacth Club keeps in her interiors a fascinating world of sailors, legends. A visit to this shelter for sailing boats us to set sail across the widest river in the world on board the sailing boat called Smile
Buenos Aires Zoo
At one of the most important junctions in the Federal District, we found one typical city attraction: the Buenos Aires Zoo, a distinctive site where children and grown-ups may stroll about amidst the animals.
Cemetery at Recoleta
Recoleta Cemetery concentrates prestigious art and architecture masterpieces raised in honor of traditional families and distinguished characters in Argentinian history that lie there.
Come and Play Polo for a Day
Is it possible to learn how to play polo in Argentina in only one day? Yes, it is. And it may turn into a memorable experience. Minutes away from Buenos Aires, Polo Experience invites us into this world ruled by horses...
We visited the Immigrants Hotel, today turned into a museum. Almost 40 percent of the immigrants who arrived in Argentina in order to populate it and start a new home stayed at this venue.
Julio Cortázar Square (“Serrano”) Day and Night
Still known by porteños as Serrano Square, Julio Cortázar Square is the heart of Palermo Viejo. In the daytime, visitors are lured by design and handicrafts; at night, by its pubs and restaurants.
Mafalda is Back in San Telmo
At a traditional corner of San Telmo, a well-deserved tribute is paid to Mafalda and to Quino, her creator. This popular character is visited and photographed steps away from the house...
Saavedra’s Museum: the private life of the past
In one of the confines of the Federal District, there lies a delightful museum that treasures pieces used by the porteños of the nineteenth century. The building that houses this institution is certainly worth a visit.
San Miguel del Monte: on Gauchos and Pejerreyes
San Miguel del Monte is a district of livestock tradition and one of the oldest towns in the Province of Buenos Aires. Its beautiful lagoon, dwelled by large specimens of pejerrey (neotropical silverside)...
Sculpture Promenade and Floralis Generica
At the elegant Recoleta neighborhood, close to Francia Square, the Fine Arts National Museum and the Law College, we found an outdoor sculpture promenade and the great Floralis Generica.
The Jewish Museum: the Past of a Community
One of the best known museums in Buenos Aires lies close to the center and treasures the memory of the Jewish community in Argentina: the Jewish Museum, on Libertad Street. A proposal open to everyone.
The Xul Solar Museum
In the neighborhood of Palermo, behind the façade of one of its buildings, we found the Xul Solar Museum, a magical and symbolic space devoted to the memory of the Argentinian artist.
United Buddy Bears in Buenos Aires
We went to San Martín Square, in the area known as microcentro porteño, in order to see the traveling show called United Buddy Bears, which visited Argentina in March 2009.
Visit to the Cabildo Yard
A yard from old times: trapped between avenues and large buildings, this space has been recovered in favor of green and handicrafts and it offers a place to rest in the nerve center of the city.
City Tour around Capital Federal
The Autonomous city of Buenos Aires is world wide known due to its strong cultural contrasts which come out in the varied architecture present in historical buildings, monuments, museums, theatres...
From Buenos Aires to Tigre by Helicopter
A few minutes away from the City of Buenos Aires, Tigre and its delta leads us deep into a natural scenery where the thickness of the shrubland is embraced by various channels of reddish waters.
Buenos Aires' Domes
Looking upwards in a city where everything takes place horizontally is not a waste of time. A vast architectural show has been waiting for years for the look of those who pass by...
There is not only one Recoleta. This is a place that has managed to combine a cocktail of attractions that turn it into a mandatory destination when it comes to sightseeing around Buenos Aires.
Market of San Telmo
Sunday is the day on which Dorrego Square dresses up as an old lady and waits for tourists to perform its show. A kind of magic that for years has turned this place into a classical of Sundays...
Paragliding Minutes away from the Obelisk
Although mankind was born without wings, it may come close to getting them. There is a new world still to be discovered less than one hour's drive away from Buenos Aires. Believe it or not.
Tren de la Costa, a Special Ride
The eleven stations of Tren de la Costa showed us much more than a journey to Tigre, the end of the rail. The ride offers multiple forms of entertainment and enjoyment both for grown-ups and children...
Temaiken, a Very Different Zoo
Only 50 kilometers away from the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires lies Temaikèn Park. There, both grown-ups and children learn to respect biodiversity and preserve the environment through games.
The Passion for Boca Juniors Museum
We got carried away by enthusiasm and the neighborhood of La Boca led us into The Passion for Boca Juniors Museum within the Boca Juniors Football Stadium. A historical place.
Visit to the Metropolitan Museum
In an almost secret bend in the Palermo Chico neighborhood, there lies the former Anchorena Palace, which today houses the Metropolitan Museum, a traditional spacious venue where culture dwells.
When the Countryside Reached the City
Buenos Aires was the venue for Cow Parade, which enabled us to have a close look at a cleverly popular artistic display that is going round the world and is now presented at Puerto Madero.
Museum of Comic and Caricature
The Severo Vaccaro Museum is an unusual museum. Among its distinguished characters there are comics and caricatures of the political and show business worlds. A place for adults and children.
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