Buenos Aires Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Buenos Aires - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Centro and Puerto Madero 16


Centro 11

Puerto Madero 5

Recoleta and Almagro 12


Almagro 3

Recoleta 9

Palermo 11

La Boca and San Telmo 11


La Boca 3

San Telmo 8

Costanera Norte 1

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Market/ Bazaar 6

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Museum/ Gallery 23

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Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar

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This basilica beside the famous Cementerio de la Recoleta is where Buenos Aires' elite families hold weddings and other ceremonies. Built...

Buque Museo Corbeta Uruguay

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Bought from England in 1874, the oldest ship in the Argentine fleet has been around the world several times and was used in the nation's...

Buque Museo Fragata A.R.A. Presidente Sarmiento

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The navy commissioned this frigate from England in 1898 to be used as an open-sea training vessel. The 280-foot boat used up to 33 sails...

Calle Florida

  • Neighborhood/Street

Nothing sums up the chaotic Microcentro better than this pedestrian axis, which has fallen from grace and risen from the ashes at least...

Calle Museo Caminito

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Cobblestones, tango dancers, and haphazardly constructed, colorful conventillos have made Calle Museo Caminito the darling of Buenos...

Casa Rosada

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The eclectic Casa de Gobierno, better known as the Casa Rosada or Pink House, is at Plaza de Mayo's eastern end, with its back to the...

Catedral Metropolitana

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The columned neoclassical facade of the Metropolitan Cathedral makes it seem more like a temple than a church, and its history follows...

Cementerio de Chacarita

  • Cemetery

This cemetery is home to Carlos Gardel's tomb, which features a dapper, Brylcreemed statue and dozens of tribute plaques. It's treated...

Cementerio de la Recoleta

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The ominous gates, Doric-columned portico, and labyrinthine paths of the city's oldest cemetery may leave you with a sense of foreboding.

Centro Cultural Borges

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There's something very low-key about this cultural center, despite its considerable size and prime location above the posh Galerías...


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