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Congreso Nacional In Buenos Aires, there are many interesting places that are little known to travelers because they are not mentioned in official tour guides. Interesting graffiti are a great example. On some streets, tourists can only stumble upon these pieces of street art by chance. However, many drawings are really worth closest attention because these colorful and realistic pictures, which decorate house facades and stone fences, would suit a museum. Such neighborhoods as San Telmo and Recoleta are the best places to find these unusual masterpieces.
Boutique hotel Mine Hotel is a great place for couples. Owners of the hotel do everything possible to make travelers feel like home and to enjoy the stylish design of the hotel. The romantic … Open
Many know that tango is considered one of the main culture symbols of Buenos Aires, but not all travelers are aware of the best way to get acquainted with this dance. Everyone who is fond of dancing in general and of tango, in particular, is recommended to visit Plaza Dorrego. This is a true dancing heart of the capital, where visitors can simultaneously enjoy the most delicious delicacies, best Argentinian wine and watch how virtuoso dancers perform a tango. Tables of local cafes are installed in the open air, so visitors can listen to live music and watch talented dancers – this is an excellent place to spend an evening in an unusual setting.
One of the most unusual and little-known landmarks of Buenos Aires is located right behind your feet. This is the blue metro line (A) that connects Plaza di Mayo and Primera Junta . Make sure you visit it since that line is a true historic object that hasn’t changed during last 50 years or more. Old ticket barriers and offices, old ceramic tiles on the walls and, the most important, retro metro coaches with mirrors – a simple metro ride can become a true adventure to the past. Savvy tourists will be pleased with the price of such an adventure as metro tickets are quite cheap in Buenos Aires. Copyright
In Buenos Aires, there are lots of interesting markets, large shopping centers and specialized shops. Abasto is the largest and most beautiful city's shopping center. It is located in a … Open
When it’s time to purchase souvenirs, head to Calle Florida. This street is the location of the longest and most unusual market in the city, where travelers can find and purchase literally everything, from handmade items and antiquities to modern clothes and football team posters. There are no typical stalls at Calle Florida, so local vendors simply place their goods on coverlets on the ground.
Buenos Aires Argentina Do you want to visit the undiscovered and secret part of the city? Then you should head to La Manzana de las Luces! These tunnels were built yet in the 17-18th centuries, and it’s a miracle that they’ve survived till our days. The purpose of the tunnels is still unclear for scientists. The underground passages are quite long and connect several public buildings and churches. Several centuries ago, the system of the underground tunnels was even bigger.
Discovering the architecture of Buenos Aires from bird's eye view! Argentine National Congress, Metropolitan Cathedral, Teatro Colon, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Obelisco, Museum of Decorative Arts, King Fahd Mosque, all those monuments are defining the image of Buenos Aires … Open
Fans of landmarks that are located on the surface will prefer a visit to the colorful neighborhood of La Boca, which is located near a canal. The quarter is an interesting place where all buildings are painted in bright colors. The central street of La Boca, El Caminito, is the only officially recognized museum street in the world. A walk there will be even more interesting due to the fact that many buildings are decorated with beautiful frescos, bas-reliefs and memorial boards, the examination of which can be incredibly entertaining.
Buenos Aires Argentina Buenos Aires suburbs are home to a unique nature landmark that is also not known to the majority of travelers. Piloto Glacier is a place where ice deformation has become clearly visible, so visitors can see beautiful ice shears. It’s quite interesting to look at it as from the outside the ice looks completely white, but inside its deep blue.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Buenos Aires and surroundings

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♥   Art museum 'Ernesto de la Cárcova Museum of Reproductions and Comparative Sculpture' Buenos Aires, 9.8 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'National Museum of Decorative Arts' Buenos Aires, 10 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes' Buenos Aires, 10.2 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernández Blanco' Buenos Aires, 10.3 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Art museum 'Fortabat Art Collection' Buenos Aires, 10.5 km from the center. On the map   Photo

Notable celebrations and festivals in Argentina

Carlos Gardel, the legendary tango dancer, died in a car accident on June 24, 1935. Argentinians always organize various dancing events, master classes, concerts, and tango performances on this day. The day of Gardel’s birth, December 11, is celebrated as the International Tango Day. … Open
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