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Buenos Aires

The city of many districts, each with something slightly different to offer, Buenos Aires is a great place to start your Argentinian holiday.

You can walk around the city for hours, discovering new places with delicious food stops along the way. Whether you are on the waterfront or in the main square, you can soak up the sun and enjoy everything this city has to offer.

Buenos Aires

  1. Money exchange. Try to arrive on a weekday, during working hours. Set up a western union account and withdraw money that way. You’ll get nearly double the standard exchange rate.
  2. Get a Sube card. You can purchase these from a train station and just top up a small amount. The buses are frequent and super cheap! There is a main bus lane which runs alongside the port area… meaning it’s quick to get around!
  3. Stay near Puerto Madero. It’s a beautiful setting, you’re close to San Telmo here which has a great selection of restaurants and some of the key sites. Plus with the buses you can then get around easily!
  4. Head to Caminito Street, in La Boca. It’s touristy but worth it. Beautiful buildings, awesome vibe and cool street food/restaurants to choose from!
  5. Unless you only want cheese and ham croissants for breakfast, get bed and breakfast included in your hotel. You’ll save a lot of time wandering around looking for somewhere to eat this way!
  6. Eat at La Brigada. Expect a wait for your table as you can’t book. Amazing service, great recommendations… outstanding steak and wine!
  7. Visit the Japanese Gardens. Such a beautiful spot, tranquillity inside a busy city!
  8. If you’re a football fan, you can visit both stadiums here… and even go and visit the famous Maradonas house.
  9. Sunday is market day, the street markets sprawl for miles. Block after block of locals selling their homemade goodies, it’s great to just stroll around and pick up some souvenirs.
  10. Saturday evening seems to be most popular for a Salsa show and dinner. You can do this as a pre-set package bookable on Viator before you go, you’ll be collected from your hotel and taken to the theatre/restaurant for a night of Salsa!