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Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo

4.4/5154 Reviews
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Square
Open all day (Local time)
The Plaza de Mayo is a prestigious plaza in Buenos Aires, regarded by the Argentines as the nerve center of the Republic. It is not only a historical testimony to the development of the city of Buenos Aires, but also a memorial to the independence of the Argentine Republic, which has been in existence for hundreds of years. There is a May Tower in the center of plaza square to commemorate the May Revolution in Argentina. The pink building behind the square is the Presidential Palace of Argentina.
Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada

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Historical Architecture
Saturday-Sunday and holidays 10:00-18:00 (Local time)
Casa Rosada, also known as the Presidential Palace, is located on the east side of the Plaza de Mayo and is a Spanish-style rose-colored building. In 1873, President Sarmiento painted the presidential palace pink, because red was the color of the federalist at that time, white was the color of its opposition, and the two colors became pink together, also symbolizing the unity of political factions.
Recoleta Cemetery

Recoleta Cemetery

4.3/5104 Reviews
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Cemetery
Monday-Sunday 7:00-18:00 (Local time)
A cemetery for the stars, this graveyard is the final resting place for some of Argentina's most notorious and beloved citizens, including Raúl Alfonsín, Eva Perón, and a number of presidents. First built around a convent and church, the cemetery became part of a wealthy neighborhood after upper-class Argentinians fled to Recoleta during the 1870s yellow fever epidemic. Today, the cemetery contains elaborate mausoleums, statues and tombs - most in good shape, although a few have succumbed to the ravages of time. Tree-lined walkways allow visitors to stroll leisurely through the area.
La Boca

La Boca

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Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Located in the coastal area of Buenos Aires, La Boca Neighborhood has brightly colored buildings and is a very famous sight in Buenos Aires. The neighborhood has a strong artistic atmosphere and is ideal for taking pictures. The Argentine football team "Boca Youth Team" is also stationed here. There is also a museum that records and shows the team's glorious history and other achievements.
Av. 9 de Julio

Av. 9 de Julio

4.6/583 Reviews
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Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
July 9th Avenue is a street in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which is named after Argentina's Independence Day, July 9, 1816. The July 9th Avenue has an unusual width because it spans the entire block. In the chessboard network of Buenos Aires, the distance between adjacent streets is about 110 meters, which is greater than the distance observed in Manhattan, New York. There are many famous landmarks on both sides of the avenue, such as the ancient French embassy, Don Quixote statue, the famous Obelisk and the Republic Square.
Obelisco de Buenos Aires

Obelisco de Buenos Aires

4.5/576 Reviews
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Monument
Open all day (Local time)
The Obelisk is a landmark of Buenos Aires, located at the Republic Square in the intersection of Corrientes Avenue and July 9th Avenue. It was designed and built in 1936 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the city of Buenos Aires. The monument is about 67.5 meters high and its base area is about 49 square meters. Since the people initially opposed the project, it was almost completely demolished in 1939, and now it has become an irreplaceable landmark in the city. The Obelisk stands out in the heart of Buenos Aires and serves as a reference marker for visitors from all over the world.
Puente de la Mujer

Puente de la Mujer

4.5/599 Reviews
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Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
Designed by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, the only work he's done in South America, Puente de la mujer (Bridge of the Woman) is a sight that shouldn't be missed by any visitor to Buenos Aires. The 335-foot-long pedestrian bridge connects both sides of the upscale Puerto Madero, which is separated by an artificial canal. This beautifully astounding structure was engineered in such a way so the central portion of the bridge is enabled to open at a 90-degree angle to allow for easy passage of mid-sized water traffic. Inspired by the Latin dance know as the Tango, Calatrava's design abstractly resembles a couple moving to Argentina's most sensual type of dancing.
Teatro Colón

Teatro Colón

4.5/575 Reviews
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Theatre
Monday-Saturday 10:00-20:00, Sunday 10:00-17:00. (Local time)
The Teatro Colon, the principle musical drama house in Buenos Aires, Argentina, opened on May 25, 1908, with Giuseppe Verdi's musical drama Ada. The performance center was planned by Charles Pellegrini and its design reflects the Italian Renaissance. The inside of the auditorium is extremely lavish with expand plaster mouldings, a recolored glass arch, French decorations and a vainglorious ceiling fixture in the theater hall. The hall of the venue has 2,487 seats and standing space for 1,000 more. The acoustics of the Teotro Colon are viewed as a portion of the best on the planet. From October 2006 to May 2010 the venue was shut for remodels.
Puerto Madero

Puerto Madero

4.5/569 Reviews
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Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day. (Local time)
What was once a unneccesary port and derelict dockside is now a thriving entertainment district. You can enjoy the sights and sounds of this up-and-coming area from one of the many outdoor cafes. You can work up a thirst shopping at the popular boutique stores and sate it, as well as your need to dance, at one of a collection of nightclubs that often are still pumping well into the wee hours of the morning.
Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral

Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral

4.6/562 Reviews
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Church
Monday-Friday 8:00-17:00; Sunday 9:00-19:30 (Local time)
Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral was built in the early 16th century and it looked rather rudimentary at that time, so it was later rebuilt repeatedly. The current building is a mixture of several architectural styles, with 18th century central walkways and domes, and 19th century neoclassical facades without a bell tower. The interior retains precious sculptures and altar pieces from the 18th century, as well as beautiful new Renaissance and neo-Baroque decorations.
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