Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES

Capital of Argentina

WHERE

3830 square kilometers

WHY GO

It’s the city of contrasts. With a special lively vibe

WHEN

All year round. Winters are mild, with temperatures between 8°C and 12°C, summer temperatures are between 20°C and 30°C with low humidity so it isn’t unbearable hot. Spring and autumn temperatures vary °C. March has the most rainy days, and September is the windiest month.

INTERESTING FACTS

Buenos Aires is an agglomeration of the autonomous city of Buenos Aires and 24 partidos (districts) in the Province of Buenos Aires.

WHAT I LIKE THE MOST

Every neighbourhood is like a city itself, you’ll never be bored just walking around and exploring the neighbourhood and watching the people.

HOW TO GET TO BUENOS AIRES

By plane, from any bigger city. Coming from Europe, among the cheapest tickets are with Turkish Airlines.

THE BEST THINGS AND ACTIVITIES

Casa Rosada – (pink presidential palace), Plaza del Mayo (named after independence revolution in 1810),Teatro Colon , BA neoclassical cathedral, right by Plaza del Mayo, Palacio de Aguas Corrientes, Fundacion Proa, Plaza Dorrego, Palacio Barolo, Puente de la Mujer, Porto Madero, Palermo (Palermo Soho), Saturday market on Plaza Serrano, Japansese Garden, Bothanical Garden, Zoo, Recoleta Cemetary, Floralis Generica, Plaza San Martin, Florida street, Avenida 9 de Julio, obelisk,San Telmo, Defensa street, Plaza Dorrego, Sunday market in Defensa street (San Telmo market), La Boca, Fundacion Proa,

Strolling down the center, Palermo Soho, San Telmo, Florida Street

WHERE DO LOCALS GO

San Telmo

THE BEST ACCOMMODATION

Hotel in San Nicolas, Alto Palermo, Palermo Soho or Recoleta, closer to Santa Fe Street

THE BEST EATS

Meat, meat, meat!

VISAS AND DOCUMENTS

Valid passport

HEALTH AND SECURITY

No reason to worry, but don’t push your luck and go walking down dodgy neighbourhoods and streets at night. Parts of San Telmo aren’t the best idea to be walking at night. Not mentioning La Boca

MONEY

Argentinian Pesos, ATMs are all over the city, but bear in mind they’re on Spanish. Also, if you don’t speak Spanish, learn some basic words. Hotel staff and salesmen do speak English, but, make an effort, you’ll need it,

WEB

https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/en

https://www.aa2000.com.ar/

https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/en/article/getting-around

 

Ariplane and accommodation prices in Buenos Aires

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