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Campo Argentino de Polo
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Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo
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LeoTour Viajes
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Don Quijote Monument
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Iglesia de San Ignacio de Loyola
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Pasaje Roverano
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Pasaje Urquiza Anchorena
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Palacio San Martin
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Paseo de la Historieta
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Abadia San Benito de Palermo
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Aduana de Buenos Aires
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Parroquia San Nicolas de Bari
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Iglesia de San Ignacio de Loyola
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Parroquia San Nicolas de Bari
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Basilica de Nuestra Senora Del Pilar
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Pasaje La Defensa
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La Chacarita Cemetery
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El Ateneo Grand Splendid
#1 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
We grabbed some cafe con leche at the little cafe situated on the former stage- it gives you a wonderful view of the bookstore from the stage and a great vantage point for pictures.
This amazing book shop, build on a former theater is one of Buenos Aires landmarks, also has a small coffee shop where you can wathc the book browsers.
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Recoleta
#2 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
This area has some great coffee, shopping and Galleries - Recoleta Cemetery, Cultural centre, dont miss the wonderful Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, walking distance to other sights or a short taxi ride to San Te...
Well preserved early 20th century Beaux-Arts apartment buildings mixed with modern examples, loads of cafes, bakeries and smart shops and within walking distance of many of the city's important landmarks such as t...
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Puerto Madero
#3 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Modern, upbeat, preserved architecture, supplemented with a wide array of cafes, bars and restaurants, provides an interim escape from the hassle bustle and monumental sights and sounds of the city.
GO TO THE PORTO MADERO... a truly special place for a fantastic walk or jog, great views, sumptous restaurants, and chic shops.
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Recoleta Cemetery
#4 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
You can tour the cemetery on your own and the artistic designs for each mosolium was amazing, we spent hours walking through the cemetery and each aisle was a unique and amazing site!
In spite of being a cemetery you can stroll at ease to admire the great architecture, you will find the graves of very famous people in Argentine and world history, you will be surprised with the views from the pl...
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San Telmo
#5 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
San Telmo is one of the most popular sites in Buenos Aires to visit , there is always something happening here, this is " Old Buenos Aires" it's the bohemian section of this World Class City...the Tango was born h...
Just before you get to the square, on the right side of Defensa, is an archeological site which outlines the history of the area, as well as tunnels which run underneath the area.
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Basilica del Santisimo Sacramento
#6 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Uplifting Christian site to visit and remember
It is a nice church, the service is at 13o'clock, nice view and building architecture.
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Campo Argentino de Polo
#7 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Field 2 is where the initial playoffs are played, and any seat offers a good view.
Just go to view it, enjoy the play and experience the local fans environment.
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Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo
#8 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
A former mansion now opened to the public view to display its astonishing decoration, art collection and way of life of one of the most wealthy families in Argentina in the 19th century.
It was one of my favorite sites in Buenos Aires so if you have time, it is worth a stop.
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Palacio de Aguas Corrientes
#9 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
We wished we had had more time in BA so that we could have visited the museum at this site.
The visit includes views of the water reservoirs in the building.
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Usina del Arte
#10 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
You can see the regular program at web site
Palacio Barolo
#11 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Definitely well worth it for those interested in Buenos Aires’ eclectic architecture and history from its golden era, some cardiovascular exercise and unparalleled panoramic views of the city!
Besides the breeze, you will be rewarded with a 360-degree view of the sprawling city and see all of the nuances that make Buenos Aires such a uniquely world-class city.
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Palacio Paz
#12 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
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Palermo
#13 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Look up and view the varied architecture of the buildings and some graffitti murals like in Valparaiso, Chile.
Lots of great places to eat and grab a drink while you are taking in the sights.
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Centro Cultural Kirchner
#14 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
It is right in the midst of all the "must see" sites, so easy to get to and worth a few minutes.
A restaurant at the top gives great views of the city.
Catedral Metropolitana
#15 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
This majestic cathedral, with its contrasting exterior and interior, merits a visit on so many different levels whatever your views may be on the modern Catholic Church as there is much to see.
Disregard personal religious affiliation, this Cathedral is a significant landmark in Buenos Aires and worth visiting regardless of religion.
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Basilica de Nuestra Senora Del Pilar
#16 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Very, very ornate with so much to see, key religious site in the city and very beautiful space, still some active worship
If you go into the museum which is in the church on the left hand side you can get a good view over the Recoleta cemetery.
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Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo
#17 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The Tribuna Oficial has a large full-service bar and restaurant with tiered seating, so you have an unobstructed view of the ponies.
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Palermo Soho
#18 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
It's about a 20 minute walk to either subway line to take you to interesting sights and other areas of Buenos Aires.
It is a ten minute taxi ride to all the Downtown sites.
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Estadio Monumental De River Plate
#19 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
It’s great atmosphere, next to but away from the elites and good views.
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Edificio La Prensa
#20 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Iglesia de San Ignacio de Loyola
#21 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
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Basilica Nuestra Senora de la Merced
#22 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The first church on the site was build in 1603 by the Mercedarian Friars of the Order of Our Lady of Mercy.
Parque de la Memoria
#23 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
We visited this site with a knowledgable guide who made it come alive.
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Avenida de Mayo
#24 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The most historical street in Old BA and a fan favorite with a breathtaking view up to the park & Congreso.
Any modifications must be approved by the National Commission of Monuments and Historic Sites.
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Fuente de Las Nereidas
#25 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
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Estadio Alberto J. Armando (La Bombonera)
#26 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Just a great way to end a wonderful over view of the city (Which we took by a bus tour).
Is an iconic sports site, home of Boca Juniors football club.
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Puente de la Mujer
#27 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The boardwalk is wide enough for walkers, bike riders, skate boarders etc., with plenty of room to stop and take in the sites or listen to your guide with rich history on the building of the area with pitfalls and...
Wonderful design in keeping with the nautical theme of a sailing ship, including the wooden deck and view of the floating museum ship.
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Floralis Generica
#28 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
We hired a guide to show us the sights of Buenos Aires, and this impressive sculpture was our first stop.
There are wonderful student artworks there and I had to pee in the "professor's loo" which has to have one of the best views and well fitted out loos in the whole of BA
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Avenida 9 De Julio
#29 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
El Obelisco in the center is the perfect landmark and the external Eva Peron facade on the far south end was beautiful.
Great views and architecture, lined by ceiba trees covered in pink flowers.
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Palacio San Martin
#30 of 466 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
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