Casa Rosada, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  • 2 mentions in Tips and recommendations for a first timer to Buenos Aires?

    • Ros P.

      Ros P. said, "...visit the San Telmo market. It is both local and touristy. We started the day with a free visit to the Casa Rosada and Plaza de Mayo which are close by. The guided tour is worth it. Check tImes online. In Recoleta..." See More

    • Ricardo C.

      Ricardo C. said, "...I've been at Buenos Aires last year as you.. for walk. I stayed at Downtown, next to Casa Rosada (Pink House), government house. Great place to take pictures during the day and night. Closer then, there is the Florida Street. Some stores..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 weeks in Argentina - Itinerary help!

    • Esmè Z.

      Esmè Z. said, "...amongst the top restaurants in the world and it's not expensive as one could imagine. Don't miss out going to Caminito, Casa Rosada, Teatro Colón, San Telmo(going on a Sunday is much better, they have a crafts market) in BA. Also,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Solo traveler fun places and events in BA

    • ana c.

      ana c. said, "...and Paraná River ends, an hour from Buenos Aires (by train from Retiro Station). Downtown, you can visit Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada (our white house), the cathedral or Puerto Madero neighbourhood (10/15 blocks from Casa Rosada (cabs are everywhere or just..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time to Buenos Aires, looking for off the beaten path adventures

    • Pablo Z.

      Pablo Z. said, "...Madero, one of the newest places. Also in that area you can explore the financial and historical center of the city, Casa Rosada, Plaza de Mayo and up can get to the Congress of the Nation, where you can appreciate a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Traveling to Buenos Aires in July

    • Stephan J.

      Stephan J. said, "...My suggestions: Casa Rosada, Boca, San Telmo, La Brigada, La Cabrera, Dadá, Asia de Cuba, Bayside, Rosebar..." See More

  • 1 mention in Spanish lessons

    • Samantha P.

      Samantha P. said, "...Argentina, and one of the country's most prestigious schools. The building that houses la UBA's foreign language classes is close to Casa Rosada (where the president lives), and used to be a luxury hotel. The building is run-down now, but you can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Calling all Buenos Aires Experts!

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...a bus down to Caminito. Take a bus to San Telmo and walk up through the San Telmo Market to the Casa Rosada. Despite being sick, I got a chance to see and do almost everything I wanted. The only things..." See More

  • 1 mention in In what foreign city did you feel most at home?

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...- it's influenced by Paris in a lot of the same ways my home city of Washington, DC is. Visiting the Casa Rosada made me curious about seeing The White House - despite living near DC for a good portion of my..." See More