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Teatro Colón Full review
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A must-see national treasure of Argentina: This world-class theatre is an architectural gem of a place. Recognized and popularly known as one of the top four opera houses in the world, taking a tour in and around the place is highly recommended. This national treasure showcases the opulent lifestyle of Argentinians back in the 19th Century. We highly recommend a guided tour of the premises.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Fundación Proa Full review
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Another one of an excellent art museum with a great cafe: An interesting exhibition of art, stunning architecture to admire and good food is all that Fundación Proa has to offer. This private gallery is conveniently located with easy access. A must do tour if you are an art lover with a fantastic display of Ai Weiwei’s art.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Puente De La Mujer Full review
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Extravagant Bridge: Iconic bridge from Santiago Calatrava. Beautiful in the night, especially from distance. It always looks nice in the pictures. The Government of the City of Buenos Aires should fix the wood surface making it safer for pedestrians. Amazing architecture and greatly done. A must visit if your in Buenos Aries
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Full review
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A well-organized exhibition for art enthusiasts.: This free to enter museum houses some of the most prominent works of European masters from pre-Renaissance days. The place has a great exhibit and maintains a balance between European and South American art and is not to be missed by an art lover. Admire the wonderful art collection of art and pictures of some of the famous international and national artists.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Cementerio de la Recoleta Full review
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Splendid Cemetery : A very interesting cemetery to visit. Lots of historical connections. It is free, but it is worth paying for a guide to take you around and fill in its history and tell stories of some of its deceased inhabitants, including Eva Peron.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Caminito, La Boca Full review
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An Exciting Visit: This street museum is located in La Boca. This place is full of painted houses which give it an attractive and unique look. There are many restaurants in this city which offer folk dance shows. Work of many famous artists in painted here. All the buildings in this street are made of wood.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Plaza de Mayo Full review
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A charming square with historical relevance : This large square in the city is a conglomeration of Historical Buildings dating back to 1580. The plaza has so much historical relevance in Argentina as many important events and demonstrations have taken place here. This historical square houses a cathedral and the President’s Casa Rosada to name a few buildings. Highly recommended if you are exploring the city.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Plaza Dorrego Full review
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Visit Plaza Dorrego on a Sunday and tango along! : Their street fair, antique market and the street food along with tango makes it a perfect Sunday out. Just a word of warning, the street can get crowded and packed with residents and tourists alike. The streets are full of life, colours and talented dancers.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Museo Evita Full review
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Nice Museum: A lovely museum set in a beautiful building in Palermo. A must for anyone who has an interest in Evita. Lots of displays and recreations of her dresses, film and audio footage. Note opens at 11 am and you can only take photos in the foyer.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Avenida 9 de Julio Full review
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Huge Avenue: When you cross the venue, you will come to know that it is the largest venue in the world. Standing in the middle of the venue makes you feel excited and lonely at the same time. Many shops and vendors are surrounding the venue.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Museo Histórico Nacional Full review
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Beautiful Little Museum : If you are in Buenos Aires, then you must visit this historical museum. If you want to know more, then take a guide with you. The museum is surrounded by gardens and there are many cafes nearby. If you can speak Spanish, then you will surely enjoy the visit.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Congreso de la Nación Argentina Full review
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A Splendid Monumental Building: If you are interested in Argentinian politics, then you must visit this place. This building was constructed in the late 90's and contains 6 floors. The building is designed on the architecture style of Neoclassical. It was completed by Julio Dormal - an Argentinian architect.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Colección de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Full review
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Wonderful Museum: This museum has all the facilities a museum should have for the tourists. The building of the museum is very attractive. The museum has a wonderful collection and you will be entertained throughout your visit. You will find the work of best Argentinian architectures in this museum.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Buque Museo Fragata Sarmiento Full review
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A Unique Museum: This museum ship is a great way to deeply understand the militant history of Argentina. You can also gain a lot of shipping experience in this place. Everything is explained in Spanish and if you Spanish you will really enjoy your visit. If you are in Puerto Madero, this place is a must visit.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Cabildo de Buenos Aires Full review
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A Historic Building : A museum dedicated to how Argentina became an independent nation and the construction of the Argentinian people. There are many curious historical items and panels explaining historical events. Admission is free of charge. A cool museum that's free to go to. Look out for the English translations to items available in a box in each room.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Basilica de de Nuestra Señora de Bethlem Full review
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A Classic Piece Of History: If you are in Zaragoza, you must visit Basilica de Nuestra Señora de Bethlem. The town has many great things like food, streets and all of the above people in this place are very friendly. If you want to feel the beauty of this place, have a look at it from the bridge.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano "Isaac Fernández Blanco" Full review
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An Awesome Museum: One of the best museums located in Buenos Aires. This museum is surrounded by many other museums so it can be a quick stop. This museum is a decent stop as many restaurants are nearby this. You will also see the work of Alto Peru here.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Defensa Full review
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Worth A Visit: This place has great importance from the army point of view. In the past years, many programs to improve the Argentinian army have occurred in this place. Defensa was first used during World War II. But in 1990, it was privatized.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Casa Rosada (Casa de Gobierno) Full review
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A Historic Building: In this iconic office, government officers work during work days. The balcony of this office is very famous because Eva Peron made the historic speech to the people of Argentina here. It is a fantastic place which is full of rich details. This place depicts the history of Argentina from the colonial times.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
MALBA Full review
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A fine museum with an art exhibit : This uniquely modern museum and cultural centre have a fascinating exhibit of Latin American art. This specially curated collection of the art exhibit is a must visit for every art lover in town. There's a restaurant and a little shop in the three-storey building.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Complejo Histórico Cultural Manzana de las Luces Full review
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A stroll by a historical street in Buenos Aires: Also translated as 'Apple of Lights', this place located in downtown Buenos Aires is a complex with historical buildings. This vintage street has got plenty of eateries that have authentic local cuisine that you could relish on your visit here. There's an old church with incredible architecture that's located here too. Overall a great stroll during the evening and enjoyed our dinner as well. If...
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Floralis Genérica Full review
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A Must Visit : Cool sculpture with interesting design in the United Nations Plaza. Is situated in a big park so it was great to visit and also have a good rest around it. Around the sculpture, I found some facts about the architect and the buildings of the UN.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Bosques De Palermo Full review
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Fantastic View: You will enjoy the beautiful view of the entire city from this place. A great place to exercise and taking pictures. This place gets a lot of maintenance and that's why it is very neat and clean. Don't visit this place in the rainy season.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Galerías Pacífico Full review
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An Epitome Of Beauty: If you love walking around a beautiful and historical architecture place, then Galerías Pacífico is the ideal place for you. If you are in Buenos Aires, this shopping mall is the must visit the place. Don't forget to visit the bookstores in the mall.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Farmacia de la Estrella Full review
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Beautiful Old Pharmacy: A very old pharmacy which is surprisingly still functioning in Buenos Aires. The best thing about this building is its architecture. You will be able to see the interior styles of late 1890's here. The interior of this building is just amazing, worth a stop, highly recommended.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Museo de Arte Español Enrique Larreta Full review
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Great Museum: Great museum to explore Spanish art and history. Entrance is 30 pesos. Don't forget to check out the garden! It's amazing! Photos are self-explanatory. Quiet escape from the noise of Juramento and Cabildo. Children enter for free. Amazing garden! Highly recommended!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star


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