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  1. Querido Bed and Breakfast

    Juan Ramirez de Velazco 934, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    +54 1148546297
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  2. Palermo Soho

    Palermo Soho
    Palermo, CABA, Argentina
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    Palermo Soho, the trendy neighborhood in Buenos Aires.Con the best cuisine and the best shopping in the city, Palermo is style trend and breathes creativity. The Dear to Plaza Serrano, in the heart of Palermo Soho, are only 8 blocks, a pleasant 10-minute walk.
  3. Obelisco

    Av. 9 de Julio s/n, 1043 CABA, Argentina
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    The Obelisk of Buenos Aires is a historical monument considered an icon of the city of Buenos Aires, built in 1936 to mark the fourth centenary of the first foundation called the city by Pedro de Mendoza. It is located in Republic Square, at the intersection of Corrientes and 9 de Julio avenues in the suburb of St. Nicholas in the City of Buenos Aires.
  4. Puerto Madero

    Puerto Madero
    Puerto Madero, CABA, Argentina
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    This area off the coast of Buenos Aires is the most modern part of the city.With towering glass skyscrapers, fine restaurants and trendy nightclubs, Puerto Madero is enjoyed by rich and famous.He is a young neighborhood that left the biggest development project in the history of Buenos Aires.In 1993, the city government reshuffled the old docks that had been part of the port, giving way to new opportunities for development in the city, in a safe and ideal area for leisure and luxury living.Puerto Madero is today considered the most important business center and also one of the tourist attractions that can not be missed when you are sightseeing in Buenos Aires.
  5. Calle Florida

    Florida, Cdad. Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    As an elegant pedestrian street, Avenida Florida begins in May and continues for about one kilometer to the beautiful Plaza de San Martin in Retiro. Surrounded by shopping malls like Galerias Pacifico, with branded stores, and leather and souvenir shops, Florida Street is interesting to observe the vibrant activity in Buenos Aires and enjoy some shopping.
  6. Microcentro

    Av. Corrientes 523, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    Buses, taxis, and people rumbles along the narrow streets and sidewalks of the frantic "downtown". The peak time is usually during office hours. Located east of Avenida 9 de Julio - the widest avenue in the world - Microcentro is full of companies, bank headquarters, multinational corporate offices and government institutions. Friday, entrepreneurs their ties are removed, while a few pints of beer are taken in Irish bars and pubs located in the area.
  7. Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays

    Jardín Botanico
    1425 Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    This National Monument, almost 170 years old, has been carefully designed with more than 5,000 species of plants, beautiful sculptures and greenhouses.
  8. Caminito

    Caminito, Cdad. Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    The name of a famous song composed by the famous tango singer Carlos Gardel, Caminito, is an open-air museum on the tango and an art market. Cobblestone streets, brightly colored houses and original artworks around the neighborhood are a rare sight, something you will not see anywhere else in the world. Traditional restaurants feature live tango shows and dancers and musicians who are showing their talent. A visit to Caminito can not be left out on your vacation in Buenos Aires.
  9. Plaza de Mayo

    Av. Hipólito Yrigoyen s/n, 1087 Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    It has become the most important political milestone of Buenos Aires since the Independence of Argentina was declared in 1810. People with different political ideologies gather here in mass political demonstrations like those organized by Evita Peron or by the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo . The Plaza de Mayo is also home to important houses of local and national governments and the Casa Rosada (Presidential House), the Cabildo (which was the Government House during the colonial period), or the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral.