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Buenos Aires off the beaten path

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Buenos Aires off the beaten path
Diverse cultures help make Buenos Aires the thriving metropolis it is. Check out some of the city's lesser-known attractions and spots to get a sense for what makes this place tick.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Museum of the Federal Administration of Public Revenue
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Museum of the Federal Administration of Public Revenue

Learn about the history of taxation in Argentina, complete with artifacts, photos and other documents.

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Kosher McDonald's
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Kosher McDonald's

The only kosher McDonald’s location outside of Israel, this quick-service spot serves up typical Mickey D’s fare — except there are no dairy products on the menu. Located inside the Abasto Shopping Center food court, it also sells souvenir mugs and other mementos for tourists to take home.

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Museo del Mate
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Museo del Mate

The national drink of Argentina, mate, is a brewed herb that’s traditionally sipped through a special metal straw—and in a social and communal setting. This museum in nearby Tigre plays tribute to the special role of mate in Argentinian culture—and of course, offers both a store and a “Matebar” where guests can consume this unique beverage.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
Tristan Suarez Polo Club
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Tristan Suarez Polo Club

If you are planning to travel to Argentina you have to practice their most popular game, POLO !!!You don´t need prior knowledge in the sport. Believe me, is extremely funny !!!These lessons con be taken individually or by group and take place throughout the year and are dictated by players with Handicap and vast experience in Polo tournaments.We are also accompanied by the presence of... More

If you are planning to travel to Argentina you have to practice their most popular game, POLO !!!You don´t need prior knowledge in the sport. Believe me, is extremely funny !!!These lessons con be taken individually or by group and take place throughout the year and are dictated by players with Handicap and vast experience in Polo tournaments.We are also accompanied by the presence of sports advisors which enrich the learning process.We will provide all the necessary tools for the practice: stick, helmet, whip and horses. Less

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