Ros P. said, "...great for wandering around. Central BA has a lot of shopping streets and the Galerías Pacífico. The newest area is called Puerto Madero and is the transformed docks area which is nice for a stroll and is lined with good restaurants. To..." See More
Daniel A. said, "...want to spend and if you want to be near downtown or at the suburbs. Near downtown best places will be Puerto Madero, Recoleta. At the Suburbs Palermo (either Esplendor Palermo Hollywood or Soho Point) will be great. Downtown is walking..." See More
Ricardo C. said, "...the day and night. Closer then, there is the Florida Street. Some stores to do shop. This Neighbourhood is next to Puerto Madero (Sea port). Famous place for dinner, special at Cabaña Las Lilas. I recommend you visit Palermo Neighbourhood, there is..." See More
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Jesica J. said, "...not use back pockets to put money, wallet, etc. You need to be aware. In Buenos Aires you should go to Puerto Madero, great restaurants and nice place. Also, Parlemo (Palermo Soho), there are restaurants, bars, nightclubs, great place to have..." See More
Adriana S. said, "...Buenos Aires is very big city but there are subways, buses and taxies to move around. Puerto Madero is a great place to visit, I like strolling about early in the morning and having breakfast after. La Bocais lively and colourful, full..." See More
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Teresa M. said, "...in San Telmo. This traditional area is perfect for a stroll you can finish your tour with lunch or dinner at Puerto Madero that is about 7 minutes walk from the main plaza; f you don't mind crowds go there on a..." See More
ana c. said, "...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 walking)...." See More
Pablo Z. said, "...". Another option is San Telmo and its colonial buildings, antiques stores and craft markets. Something very different but close is Puerto Madero, one of the newest places. Also in that area you can explore the financial and historical center of..." See More
Ricardo C. said, "...went during the morning. Café Tortoni to drink a coffee and try the Enpanada. Finally, I recommend you walk at the Puerto Madero and maybe dinner at the best place for me: Cabaña Las Lilas..." See More
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Jesse P. said, "...most notable neighborhoods are Recoleta , home to probably the most beautiful cemetery in the world (where Evita is buried), and Puerto Madero, a very modern, upscale section of the city on the water with the amazing Faena Hotel And Universe..." See More
Uiara Carolina P. said, "...stay: Recoleta (very traditional and full of restaurants and nightlife too - there is a Hard Rock Cafe Buenos Aires) and Puerto Madero (near from the main BA sightseeings, plenty of nightlife and restaurants - late in the evening is when this..." See More
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