Our City Travel Guide posts about travel to Buenos Aires are based on months of research in the Argentinean capital city. Here, we tell you where to eat (from established all-stars to top next-wave eateries), where to drink, what to do (with in-depth coverage of the city’s excellent museums) plus city hotels, notable architecture, and photo essays exploring the city’s street art scene.
How to travel to Buenos Aires
The capital of Argentina is a sprawling cosmopolitan place with much to offer travelers. Our series of City Travel Guide posts about travel to Buenos Aires covers it all.
- Discover 28 things to do in Buenos Aires including must-dos like Recoleta Cemetery, tango, gardens, and the opera house and quirkier pastimes like visiting one of the world’s most beautiful bookstores, witnessing some epic drumming, and going to the races.
- 20 top museums in Buenos Aires includes modern art, colonial art, a stunning private collection, Eva Peron memorabilia, decorative art, and more.
- Find out where to eat in Buenos Aires right now in our post full of news about exciting next-wave chefs and restauranteurs expanding the culinary scene in the city from vegetarian surprises to everyday Italian to fresh spins on traditional dishes to modern gourmet plus recommended budget bites.
- Acclaimed restaurants in Buenos Aires continue to shine as well and we tell you about tried-and-true places to enjoy everything from gourmet tasting menu meals to empanadas on the street.
- Drinking in Buenos Aires includes wine bars, craft beer, and places to enjoy Argentina’s beloved vermouth.
- Our post about hotels in Buenos Aires helps travelers choose where to sleep wisely–including a rare mid-range option in one of the most popular neighborhoods.
- Architecture in Buenos Aires includes many structures of exceptional design and history that contribute to the sophisticated look and feel of the city.
- Our photo essays about street art in Buenos Aires highlight classic street art, stencils and paste-ups, monumental works, underground subway art, and street art devoted to Diego Maradona, Argentina’s iconic soccer legend.
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