Buenos Aires: 3 Day Itinerary

Argentina, Buenos Aires Guide (B): Buenos Aires: 3 Day Itinerary

"The Paris of South America", Buenos Aires definitely stands out and gives you that feeling of being in a European capital. In between the grandeur of a big city and the charming decadence of Latin America, the Argentinian capital is well worth a visit. 

Even though there's plenty to do in Buenos Aires and endless options for day trips nearby, the historic centre is quite compact and most landmarks are located within walking distance, which makes it a very easy city to navigate in spite of its size. Here's the 3 day itinerary that I followed on my recent visit, I hope you enjoy!

We thought there was no better way to get to know Buenos Aires than starting the day visiting its oldest barrio (neighborhood). Characterized by its colonial buildings, in San Telmo you won't really find any well-known monuments, but I'm sure you'll enjoy its cafes and local ambiance.

If you're lucky enough to be there on a Saturday, there is an antique fair that goes from Plaza Dorrego along Calle La Defensa. Here, you'll be able to buy pretty much anything you can imagine, a good option if you're looking for some peculiar souvenirs. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Buenos Aires: 3 Day Itinerary
Guide Location: Argentina » Buenos Aires
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Plaza Dorrego   Calle La Defensa   Malfalda's statue   Plaza de Mayo   Santo Domingo Convent   Casa Rosada   Bicentenary Museum   May Pyramid   Catedral Metropolitana de Buenos Aires   Cabildo of Buenos Aires   Cafe Tortoni   Argentine National Congress   Avenida 9 de Julio   Ministry of Health   Obelisk   Teatro Colón   Palace of Justice   Galerías Pacífico   Plaza San Martín   Torre Monumental   Caminito   El Ateneo   Recoleta Cemetery  
Author: Alberto C.
Read it on author's website: https://www.arwtravels.com/blog/buenos-aires-3-day-itinerary

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