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El Ateneo Grand Splendid Buenos Aires 1.5 mi away
#1 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
huge and amazing bookstore in restored massive theatre well worth a visit if you are a bibliophile almost all the books in Spanish but there are some CDs and DVDs which are unusual and far ranging in interests
... turned into bookshop, El Ateneo is an amazing spot to grab a coffee and spend a couple of hours going through a wide selection of books and magazines while being surrounded by the most exquisite architecture.
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Recoleta Buenos Aires 1.7 mi away
#2 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The diversity of architectural styles in the residential and public buildings contributes to an educational stroll throughout the Quarter, and the majestic cemetery and the sublime cathedral are well worth visiting.
You can also visit the church "Nuestra Señora del Pilar" which is a beautiful colonial style church near the cemetery and have a walk by Plaza Francia, a very nice park with artisans selling hand crafted products...
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Puerto Madero Buenos Aires 0.9 mi away
#3 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Beautiful and charming place ideal for a nice stroll Charming restaurants aiming to satisfy all kinds of tastes Wonderful panorama When we were there was in renovation and I believe it will be much better.
puerto madero is the place to be in Buenos Aires, the view, the restaurant, stores and hotels make a unique city destination and must be enjoyed, an afternoon walk, sunset, early morning jogging, the place to be!
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Cemiterio de Recoleta Buenos Aires 1.8 mi away
#4 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
We joined the English walking tour of the cemetery at 3pm and really enjoyed a fascinating tour with our guide Francisco who spoke excellent English and provided us with really interesting stories and insights - i...
Throughly magnificent Burial chambers amazing wealth well kept and very clean it was nice to see the final resting place of Eva Peron well worth a visit for the magnificent stone work
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Calle Defensa Buenos Aires 0.7 mi away
#5 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The Sunday flea market is amazing, the restaurants, wine bars, tango displays, pop-up music events, gorgeous 19th century architecture, cobblestone streets, art galleries, unique local designer shops, this place h...
A beautiful little gem of old Buenos Aires centred around the artistic and always entertaining Plaza Dorrego - grab a beer or an ice cream or both and sit with the locals enjoying the fun
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Vamos Spanish Academy Buenos Aires 1.0 mi away
#6 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Benjamin and Meghan were also very helpful in answering any questions I had about the city and held cultural events weekly.
We stayed nearby in Palermo, walked to school, used the subway and loved the cafes, bars, markets , night life which are all nearby.
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#1 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in La Plata
... Europe La Plata is one hour train ride from Buenos Aires from Constitution Station (an outstanding english old train station) You will enjoy combining it with Natural Sciencies museum and the Le Corbusier House.
But the absolute highlight is the 60 peso (Oct 2017) ticket that gets you access to the underground museum and crypt of Dardo Rocha, and an elevator ride that takes you to both 42 and 63 metres above Plaza Moreno.
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#1 of 63 Sights & Landmarks in Cordoba
The area this cathedral is located is a beautiful area of Cordoba with lots of city sights; several museums, good places to eat or get a drink, and great shopping
Beautiful church worth visiting and walk inside and also take pictures from outside.
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#2 of 63 Sights & Landmarks in Cordoba
Amazing path, landscape.
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Basilica del Santisimo Sacramento Buenos Aires 0.9 mi away
#7 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Beautiful church, peaceful place, great opportunity to be there for a while, praying and enjoying the supperb decorations.
Discover this hidden jewelry is really incredible, it will only take a few minutes but you will be amazed by its beauty
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#3 of 63 Sights & Landmarks in Cordoba
The church has history and some other architectural and cultural details.
The church closes to visitors at 1 pm and reopens at 5 pm.
Mi Foto De Boca Buenos Aires 1.9 mi away
#8 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Absolutely worth going to their intimate stadium in a scuzzy and picturesque part of the city.
Palacio de Aguas Corrientes Buenos Aires 1.4 mi away
#9 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Palacio de Aguas Corrientes Better known as Water Company Palace, Palacio de Aguas Corrientes (Palace of Flowing Waters) is a magnificent and grand building, built in 1877-1894 as water pumping station on Cordoba...
If you want to visit this stunning building which use to store the water for the city of Buenos AIres and study the architecture, don´t hesitate about ir.
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#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Lujan
Great spot to spend 30 minutes and appreciate the architecture.
Inside the basilica your eyes get lost seeing so much beauty.
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Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo Buenos Aires 2.4 mi away
#10 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
It is in easy walking distance from the National Museum of Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes) which is free admission, so you could easily see both in one afternoon plus have a great walk along parks too.
It is true that the cafe next door is a great place to enjoy a meal, but you should really go inside the museum itself and admire the neoclassical architecture, amazing artwork and sculpture and other important ve...
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#4 of 63 Sights & Landmarks in Cordoba
The place has a wonderful library, a smal museum with amazing old and very well preserved books, a huge variety of maps of South America showing its transformation through the centuries as well nice engravings of...
We went on a tour of the museum with a guide who was very knowledgable and gave lots of historical information about the Manzana Jesuita , we saw antique book and map collections amongst other artefacts.
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Usina del Arte Buenos Aires 1.7 mi away
#11 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Beautiful building remodeled to be a sort of museum and theater of performing arts
A bonus: the Cinema Museum is situated a couple of meters from the Usina.
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Palacio Paz Buenos Aires 0.9 mi away
#12 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Palacio Paz is an imposing building which has sculptures and ornaments that are copies or are are inspired by several French palaces, and one of the best examples of the French Architecture in Buenos Aires.
You can visit the palace with a guided tour, which is totally recommendable since in that way you can know better about everything the building has, and everything that happened in there.
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Catedral Cordoba
#5 of 63 Sights & Landmarks in Cordoba
It is a bustling area and is in the centre of the city, therefore you can do just about everything and anything nearby; from food and drink to sightseeing and more!
Do get a tour guide as the history of this Cathedral is so different to any other.
#1 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Avellaneda
Their rival is Independiente and if you catch a game between these two teams, you most probably experience one of the most catching moments of your life.
Racing Club Stadium is old and decrepit but it does not diminish the experience.
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Palermo Buenos Aires 3.2 mi away
#13 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
Palermo Soho is an attractive and welcoming suburb with everything from excellent cafes & restaurants to great boutiques and fascinating street art around every corner.
Palermos, Palermo Chico, Palermo Soho, Palermo Hollywood: a varied stroll through commercial and residential neighborhoods, some offering the hippest boutiques and as with Soho, a quaint collection of graffitti an...
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Centro Cultural Kirchner Buenos Aires 0.3 mi away
#14 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The Old Postal Office Building is now a truly awesome Cultural Center, where one can spend hours visiting artistic expositions, musical events, cultural phenomena, and the very well preserved and recycled eclectic...
Many beautiful spaces within hold interesting exhibits .During our visit we attended the Jean Paul Gauthier exhibition celebrating Love and equal marriage.
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#6 of 63 Sights & Landmarks in Cordoba
#2 of 38 Sights & Landmarks in La Plata
Campo Argentino de Polo Buenos Aires 4.1 mi away
#15 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
The cathedral of polo.
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Catedral Primada Buenos Aires 0.1 mi away
#16 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
There are beautiful statues, artwork, mosaics, gilt wood altarpieces, magnificent paintings, an 1871 German-made Walcker organ with about 3500 pipes, and more throughout the cathedral.
The cathedral where Pope Francis was bishop before he was Pope is a great example of a Cathedral of this era and is very beautiful and well worth a visit.
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Palermo Soho Buenos Aires 3.7 mi away
#17 of 484 Sights & Landmarks in Buenos Aires
... an eclectic mix of designer shops in clothing,footwear and household goods to whet your appetite and destroy your wallet,but well worth a long,languid stroll along the many parallel streets in this trendy area.
Actualy it is pretty big part of city (I thought it was smaller) with a lot of charming restaurants, very original and autenthic, bars, shops, markets... and everywhere murals.. a lot of nice and happy people.. an...
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Palacio Barolo Buenos Aires 0.7 mi away
#18 of 484 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!
Her energy and willingness made of this guided tour one of the best of any guided tour I’ve ever had in my life, switching seamlessly from Spanish, English Portuguese and Italian, simply amazing to behold.
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Villa Ocampo San Isidro
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in San Isidro
The guided tour is excellent and plenty of information of Victoria Ocampo and the great generation of Argentinean writers and intellectuals, including Silvina Ocampo, Bioy and Borges.
It belonged to Victoria Ocampo, Argentinian writer and much more... Beautiful house in San Isidro-Beccar area, north of Buenos Aires.
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Azul