Not packed in a bus. Not herded with a group. Self guided walk is the SAFEST way to sightsee while observing SOCIAL DISTANCING!
Ultimate List of Best Things to Do in Buenos Aires

Ultimate List of Best Things to Do in Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina (B)

Buenos Aires, or “good airs”, was named by the city’s first European settlers and sailors, who chose the name as thanks for the strong winds that brought them to South American continent.

As the capital of Argentina, some 14 million people call Buenos Aires home. It’s actually the second most visited city in all of Latin America (and the first most visited in South America).

For centuries, Argentina’s pampas have been used as grazing land for some of the world’s best cattle, and that’s why Buenos Aires rarely disappoints those looking for great cuisine.

Its striking atmosphere is a unique balance of both cosmopolitan and local. The city’s markets, plazas, and museums also help define the city’s one-of-a-kind ambiance and culture.

To help you decide what to do during your visit to Buenos Aires, I’ve asked a bunch of travel blogger friends about the best things they have done in and around the city.

From street art and historic cemeteries to bicycle tours, delicious microbrews and secret cocktail bars, here’s what they recommend. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
This article is featured in the app "GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities" on iTunes App Store and Google Play. You can download the app to your mobile device to read the article offline and create a self-guided walking tour to visit the attractions featured in this article. The app turns your mobile device into a personal tour guide and it works offline, so no data plan is needed when traveling abroad.

Download The GPSmyCity App

Download 'GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities' app for IOS   Download 'GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities' app for Android

Sights Map

Guide Name: Ultimate List of Best Things to Do in Buenos Aires
Guide Location: Argentina » Buenos Aires
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tim Kroeger
Read it on Author's Website: https://www.universal-traveller.com/best-things-to-do-in-buenos-aires/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Antares
  • Breoghan
  • Buller brewery’s pub
  • Cementerio de la Recoleta
  • Florería Atlántico
  • Frank’s Bar (Arévalo 1445)
  • Victoria Brown (Costa Rica 4827)
  • Nicky NY Sushi (Malabia 1764)
  • San Telmo
  • Boca Juniors stadium
  • Caminito a La Boca
  • boardwalk of Puerto Madero
  • Microcentro
  • Mataderos Market
  • Chacarita Cemetery
  • El Ateneo Grand Splendid
  • Palacio Duhau

Useful Travel Guides for Planning Your Trip


Buenos Aires: 16 Shopping Ideas for Travelers

Buenos Aires: 16 Shopping Ideas for Travelers

Other than a cool place to be and a dream destination for many adventure-minded folk, Buenos Aires is a great culture hub where one can experience first-hand all that Argentina has to offer - great football, terrific wine, killer steaks, and much much more. This guide is to help you steer yourself...
Popular Palermo Restaurants, Buenos Aires

Popular Palermo Restaurants, Buenos Aires

Although many visitors tend to think that Argentina is a meat and potatoes country, the rich cultural heritage from Italy, Spain, Portugal, and other European countries provide a veritable smorgasboard of dining options. Palermo is the barrio in Buenos Aires often referred to as 'The Restaurant...
Top 12 Cafes in Palermo, Buenos Aires

Top 12 Cafes in Palermo, Buenos Aires

The word "Palermo", believe it or not, may refer not just to Sicily, Italy, but also to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Indeed, this neighborhood (barrio) is largest in the city and is trendy and bohemian, renowned for its boutique shopping, cafes, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Oftentimes,...
Top 6 Bars in San Telmo, Buenos Aires

Top 6 Bars in San Telmo, Buenos Aires

With its cobbled streets, colonial era buildings and vibrant music and art scene, San Telmo is a great place to soak up the eclectic nature of Buenos Aires’ nightlife. The area boasts dozens of bars and cafes, with some of the city’s oldest lying next to the more modern. Indeed, San Telmo...