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7 Days in Buenos Aires

Posted by sylvia on 26 September, 2019
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Are you going to Buenos Aires? Well, stop looking everywhere for information! Here is everything you should see in a week and the best things to do in 7 days in Buenos aires

This guide has been created with love and care by us, with our experience as expats in Buenos Aires, we have been recommending to all our clients to follow these steps to have the best experience in Buenos Aires.

Although it would take a lot of practice to achieve the charming dialect of the Argentines, in seven days we will be more than capable of lengthening the vowels like the Buenos Aires themselves. And a week in Buenos Aires is enough to feel at home, and that is a lot to say in the case of a city with more than 3 million inhabitants.
Let yourself be carried away by the charm and sensuality of a city marked by history. We leave you a route to see and live the pampas not only with tourist eyes, which is being a guide re-cute! The capital of Argentina will be at your feet.

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Day 1 – Downtown:

One of the most emblematic places of the city: the Plaza de Mayo. Privileged stage of Buenos Aires history every Thursday, since 1977, is the meeting point of the Mothers and Grandmothers of May. Around the square, we find some of the most important historical buildings such as the Casa Rosada, the Cabildo or the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral.

Under the Plaza de Mayo you will find the oldest subway in the city and Latin America, is Line A of the subway, and preserves the original wooden wagons. The Avenida de Mayo, the Congress, the commercial Florida street and the Corrientes Avenue, with all its theaters, are other essentials of downtown Buenos Aires. And, of course, the Obelisk, a must-see photo in the middle of what they say is the widest avenue in the world, July 9.
And for eat? The Center and Microcentro of Buenos Aires is full of great places, we recommend you try the Los Cuartetos pizza and of course the Gran Café Tortoni, the oldest in the city. And if you feel like it, you can finish off the first day with a dinner show at the Teatro Colón!

Day 2 – Palermo:

The art galleries, the top-notch restaurants and the most stylish cafes are located in Palermo, divided into many sub-barrios, this is one of the largest and complete neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Palermo Soho, is the chicest area in the neighborhood: charming restaurants, tons of clothing options, bookstores, coffee shops and shops with a lot of design. The other neighborhood that shapes Palermo Viejo is Palermo Hollywood, the favorite among young people, here it is easy to see famous actors and people having a drink in one of its many terraces and premises. We need not tell you that the visit in Palermo Viejo does not end when the sun sets.

And for those who prefer the tranquility of a relaxing walk, in Palermo there is also the green lung of the city, Los Bosques de Palermo, that is, Parque 3 de Febrero. Among its main attractions are the flourishing rose garden, the lakes, the Galileo Galilei planetarium and the spectacular Japanese Garden.This is for sure one of the 7 best things to do in Buenos Aires.

Day 3- Recoleta:

Between the Obelisco and Palermo we find the Recoleta neighborhood, they say it is the most European Buenos Aires. Among its main attractions, the Recoleta Cemetery stands out, it may sound strange but its great architectural wealth has made it a mandatory stop. Aristocrats and politicians, including Eva Perón, rest in this cemetery.
In Recoleta we also find some of the most important museums in the city such as the National Museum of Fine Arts and stores of the most exclusive brands. But above all it is worth visiting the beautiful bookstore the Ateneo Grand Splendid, located in an old theater, and the Floralis Generica. In the center of the United Nations Square stands this impressive flower made of stainless steel, aluminum and concrete that opens during the day and closes at nightfall. Read on: The 22 most beautiful bookstores in the world

Day 4- San Telmo:

San Telmo is pure tango. Centennial houses and cobbled streets give it a retro and bohemian touch that catches everyone’s attention. You can not miss the San Telmo Market, here you will find antiques, curiosities and even a good steak, of everything you can imagine or need.

The Plaza de Dorrego is the nerve center of the neighborhood, street tango, coffee shops and a spectacular market every Sunday with 250 stalls, making it a mandatory stop. The girl who became the protagonist of Quino’s stories, Mafalda, lived in 371 Chile’s San Telmo street, it will not be necessary to look too hard to take a picture with her.
San Telmo gives for a whole day, we honestly do not recommend going to the neighborhood of La Boca and El Caminito, since the area is unfortunately not very safe, and although it is part of the city’s postcards, there are many other places to have fun .

Day 5- Puerto Madero:

This is the financial and newest neighborhood of Buenos Aires. A total of 170 hectares of old renovated port and recycled docks have shaped the new face of the city. Its streets only bear the name of women and it is the bridge of Women, the work of Calatrava in the city of Buenos Aires, which unites the two parts of the neighborhood.

Day 6- Belgrano:

To the north of Buenos Aires we find the Belgrano neighborhood that owes its name to the founder of the Argentine national flag. Among its captive highlights the Chinatown; Plaza Barrancas Park, where we can see a replica of the Statue of Liberty, sunbathe or learn to dance the tango and Cabildo Avenue, the perfect place to do more than deserved shopping. And as the more football players will know, in Belgrano we also find the Monumental Stadium, the home of the River Plate Athletic Club, one of the best known football teams in the world.

Day 7: Outside Buenos Aires

It is not Argentina but Montevideo and Colonia del Uruguay are so close to Buenos Aires that it is worth the trip. The fastest ferry in the world, from the Buquebus company, links the capital of the Río de la Plata with that of Uruguay in just 2 hours!

To the north of Buenos Aires we find the Belgrano neighborhood that owes its name to the founder of the Argentine national flag. Among its captive highlights the Chinatown; Plaza Barrancas Park, where we can see a replica of the Statue of Liberty, sunbathe or learn to dance the tango and Cabildo Avenue, the perfect place to do more than deserved shopping. And as the more football players will know, in Belgrano we also find the Monumental Stadium, the home of the River Plate Athletic Club, one of the best known football teams in the world.

 

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