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1 Day in Buenos Aires

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I will be in Buenos Aires for a 1 day layover, and I would like to know what I should focus on if I only have limited time. We get in around 10am on a Saturday and our flight leaves around 4am on Sunday.

That then leads to where we should stay. We'd like to stay somewhere and get a few hours of sleep before we leave for the airport around 1am. Is there a recommended area that is close to lots of stuff? Centro, San Telmo, etc? We'll also need transport from the hotel to the airport.

I don't know much about BA, but I've heard that La Boca is a great place to see during the day and that the Avenida 9 de Julio is neat to see.

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