“The Paris of South America”, this is how people sometimes call Buenos Aires. What to see in Buenos Aires? Well, undeniably a great Colón Theatre or Plaza de Mayo – the main square created in 1580. A must-see is also the Caminito (literally “a little walk”) which is a street museum located in La Boca neighbourhood as well as Casa Rosada (“the Pink House”) where the president has the office.

There are many museums in Buenos Aires. Among them, you can visit, for instance, National Museum of Fine Arts where you can admire paintings of Van Gogh, Monet or Rembrandt. Also, among recommended museums, there are a National Museum of Decorative Arts and MALBA (The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires).

Need time to relax? In Buenos Aires, there are many parks, for example, Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens, Plaza San Martin, Botanical Gardens, Parque Tres de Febrero or mentioned before Plaza de Mayo. We recommend visiting local restaurants and cafes as well.

What can you expect:

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Adventure what to see in Buenos Aires?

Culture what to see in Buenos Aires?

Historical heritage 

– Caminito,

– Colón Theatre ,

– Plaza de Mayo,

– Casa Rosada,

– National Museum of Fine Arts,

– National Museum of Decorative Arts,


– Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens,

– Plaza San Martin,

– El Obelisco,

– El Ateneo Grand Splendid,

– Botanical Gardens,

– sightseeing,

– visiting numerous museums,

– enjoying Tango show,

– discovering local cuisine,

– relaxing in parks and gardens.

Essential information about Buenos Aires

Average monthly temperatures

Average min and max temperatures in Buenos Aires, Argentina

What are the average prices in Buenos Aires?

Check out this link. Here, you will find regularly updated information about average prices of food, transportation, clothes, housing, personal care and entertainment in Buenos Aires. 🙂 This surely will help you to get ready for visiting this city!

What are the entry requirements to Argentina?

If you are a holder of a British passport, you can read about entry requirements to Argentina here. This article was prepared by Tauri Travel team based on information available on gov.uk. If you don’t have a British passport, contact us on, e.g. Messenger and we will try to help you with finding reliable information. 🙂

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