Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires city (official name Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, also called Federal Capital) is the capital of the Argentine Republic. It is one of the largest cities in Latin America, with a lot of cultural offerings, and is the point of departure for travelling to the rest of the country. Inhabitants of Buenos Aires are called porteños, "people from the port".Buenos Aires is a singular, open and integrating destination that allows the visitor not only to view the city but also to live an exceptional urban adventure. Because Buenos Aires combines varied experiences and this variety may suit all tastes – Bue is really close to any visitor.



Hotels in Buenos Aires

Bobo Hotel & Restaurant Score 8.625 from 20 reviews
Guatemala, 4882 8.63/10
A relaxing atmosphere and accommodating staff await you at Bobo Hotel & Restaurant, a small boutique hotel located in the heart of Palermo Soho, an upscale district of Buenos Aires. Each guestroom of this hotel has been exclusively decorated with relaxing colors, fine materials and design items. The gastronomy is a true highlight of Bobo. From the breakfast until the dinner, you can enjoy a select list of dishes that combine Argentinean, Mediterranean and Asian flavors. If you prefer to dine elsewhere, you will have to walk a few meters to find several restaurants. Stylish shops and some tourist attractions are also nearby. ... more
 
Dazzler Tower San Telmo Score 7.975 from 13 reviews
Piedras 303 7.98/10
The Dazzler Tower San Telmo is surrounded by bars, places where tango shows take place and shops in one of the oldest and best preserved neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. From this 4-star hotel you can also walk to downtown and easily reach the popular Florida Street, the Galerias Pacifico Mall, the Obelisk and other tourist attractions. Each room provided by Dazzler Tower San Telmo is air-conditioned and equipped with a practical work desk, a comfortable chair and a couch, a 32-inch cable TV, internet access and other amenities. Every morning, you are invited to savor an American breakfast buffet. ... more
 
Esplendor Palermo Soho Score 8.6 from 27 reviews
Guatemala, 4931 8.6/10
The Esplendor Palermo is a refined boutique hotel located in the trendy Palermo district, close to great eateries, shops and with many options for a lively nightlife. The rooms are spacious and carefully designed. They feature balcony, bathtub, flat-screen cable TV, free internet access and other amenities. Breakfast is served from 7:00 until 10:30 in the restaurant, which remains open until 00:00. The Esplendor Palermo also has a bar where you can enjoy delicious drinks in a cozy ambiance. ... more
 
Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires Score 8.55 from 38 reviews
Avenida Del Libertador 420 8.55/10
The 5-star Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires welcomes you in a privileged spot of the large Avenida del Libertador, close to the Avenida 9 de Julio and to the Recoleta neighborhood. The classic architecture and elegant décor can be admired all over the hotel. The deluxe rooms are 42 m² in size and face downtown, the river or the hotels garden. After getting spoiled with a spa treatment or massage, work out in the gym or to relax in the indoor pool and sauna. You can also sit back and relax at the elegant Oliver's Bar, or allow yourself to be lazy and use the room service 24 hours a day. At lunch and dinner times, you can take a sit and enjoy the garden view while savoring the best of regional and Mediterranean cuisines in the Maximus Restaurant. ... more
 
Hotel Colon Score 7.75 from 313 reviews
Carlos Pellegrini, 507 7.75/10
The 4-star Hotel Colon offers an unbeatable location in downtown Buenos Aires, only a few meters from the Colón Theater and from the Obelisk, the city's post card. In between your sightseeing tours and compromises, take a break in the heated swimming pool and enjoy the specialties prepared by the chef in the on-site restaurant. The hotel also offers a bar and room service 24 hours a day. ... more
 
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Buenos Aires by Bike 4.5 hours

Bike your way around Buenos Aires!

A guided excursion around Buenos Aires by bike includes a conceptual trip of urban interpretations, with historical and anecdotal information.

The trip includes traditional urban landscapes and places unvisited by most tourists. You'll have the opportunity to feel the pulse of the social and cultural intimacy of every place. Far from being just a spectator of the city you'll have the chance to live the sounds, smells and rhythms of Buenos Aires.

Your guides are fun people with a solid background. They are the ones responsible for your safety in each tour. They will also provide all necessary equipment: bikes, safety items - helmets and buoys, food and drinks. To enjoy this trip, all you have to bring is yourself!

There are two routes available, 'South Tour' and 'North Tour'. You must select which route you wish to take at time of booking.
South Tour: Puerto Madero, Ecologic Reserve, 'Costanera Sur', La Boca, San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo Square
North Tour: Retiro, Thays Park, Barrio Parque Neighbourhood (near Palermo), Palermo Woods, Palermo neighbourhood and Recoleta neighbourhood.

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Florida Avenue

Lined with shops it runs from the Plaza de mAyo to the Plaza San Martin. Leather goods, clothing, and practically anything you are looking for at one third the cost in Europe and North America.  Not to Mention the fact that the most famous hair dresser in Argentina has his shop in the Galleria. 

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Plaza San Martin

For all the British desperately wanting to feel at home: on the San Martin you will find a replica of Big Ben given to Buenos Aires by the city of London.

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Argentinean Fiesta Gaucha 8 hours

Visit an 'Estancia' - an Argentinean Ranch!

This is a visit to a typical 'Estancia' (Ranch) of the Argentinean wet pampas, one of the most fertile natural prairies of the world and famous for its meat and cereal production.

Guests will be received with local Argentinean food - 'empanadas', 'asado', fine Argentinean wines and will be able to enjoy folkloric songs and dances and a show of Creole skill. On Sundays the tour includes a stop over at the San Telmo fair.

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