Beautiful park with old trees by day. Be aware, that at night there may be "adult" activities going on, so this may not be an appropriate place for families with children... more »
Opened in 2008, this art gallery, that refuses to call itself a museum, is part of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat's private collection and shows one of the most important permanent... more »
Open Tuesday - Sunday, 1400 - 1900hs (2-7pm). General Admission is $2.00, Seniors and Students, $1.00. Free on Tuesdays. They have a bookstore and giftshop open during museum... more »
Palacio Barolo is the best place to capture panoramic views of Buenos Aires. It is located on Avenida de Mayo between Avenida 9 de Julio and Plaza de Congresso at Av. de Mayo... more »
If when one thinks of Buenos Aires one sees colourful calligraphic signs, old wooden walled cafes, and a general sense of gritty aliveness, then one is certainly thinking of San... more »
The Recoleta Cemetery was opened for ordinary people in 1822 but as Recoleta’s reputation improved, so did that of the cemetery. Now many presidents and historic figures important... more »
La Bicicleta Naranja: The main activity of "La Bicicleta Naranja" is bike rental and guided bike tours through the city of Buenos Aires.