Boca Stadium

Cost: Museum of Boca Passion & Boca Stadium tour: AR$40; concessions AR$20
Join the blue and yellow sea of fans chanting passionately in the Boca Stadium at the home matches of Club Boca Juniors, famous for its skill and ex-player Diego Maradona. The nearby Museum of Boca Passion offers daily stadium tours. Fondly referr... Continue reading


Cost: Free
Dancers sway to tango and artists display their work along Caminito, the open-air street museum in La Boca, Buenos Aires' old port district. Nineteenth-century Italian immigrants brightened Caminito's humble houses with colourful boat paints. Avoid... Continue reading

Carlos Gardel House

Cost: AR$1; Wed free
Argentina's adored tango crooner, Carlos Gardel (1890-1935), owned and lived in this modest house in Abasto with his mother from 1927 to 1933. Trace Gardel's life alongside the resurgence of tango music worldwide and learn about the man away from t... Continue reading

Casa Rosada

Cost: Free
The Argentine President's workplace and the scene of momentous historic events, the salmon-pink Casa Rosada house presides over Plaza de Mayo in downtown Buenos Aires. Eva Peron addressed adoring crowds from the balcony. Browse former Presidents' p... Continue reading

Evita Museum

Cost: AR$15
An opulent house in Buenos Aires' Palermo neighbourhood is home to the Evita Museum, once converted into a women's shelter by former President Perón's wife, Eva. Trace her relatively short life and see glamorous outfits she wore on key occasions. ... Continue reading

Isaac Fernández Blanco Museum of Hispanic-American Art

Cost: AR$1; Thu free
The striking neo-colonial Palacio Noel houses the Isaac Fernández Blanco Museum of Hispanic-American Art. Explore silverware, furniture, religious artefacts, engravings, ceramics and books from the 16th to the 19th century and rest in the leafy Sp... Continue reading

José Hernández Museum of Popular Art

Cost: AR$1; Sun free
The José Hernández Museum of Popular Art in Buenos Aires' Recoleta neighbourhood is devoted to traditional Argentinian arts and crafts of the criolla culture and indigenous Argentinian communities. Browse artefacts made from leather, wood, silver... Continue reading


Cost: AR$18; concessions AR$9; under 5s freeWed: AR$6; seniors AR$3; students free
Hot up on acclaimed Latin American art from the early-20th century to the present at the minimalist MALBA museum, in Buenos Aires' Palermo neighbourhood. The bright and airy rooms shun a chronological approach to the permanent collection, ordering ... Continue reading

National Library of Argentina

Cost: Free
The National Library of Argentina in the capital's Recoleta neighbourhood is the spiritual home of Jorge Luis Borges, a pillar of South America's literati and once the library's director. A good mix of exhibitions, conferences and workshops are hel... Continue reading

Park 3 de Febrero

Cost: Free
Head to Palermo's Park 3 de Febrero to take a boat out onto one of the lakes, jog, cycle, play tennis or simply sunbathe and relax in El Rosedal rose garden. The park is also home to the city's planetarium. Park 3 de Febrero was named in celebrati... Continue reading

Recoleta Cemetery

Cost: Free
Buenos Aires' oldest cemetery sits inside high walls within the Recoleta neighbourhood. The stone and marble maze of huge and sturdy, small and crumbling tombs and crypts houses leading figures of Argentine history. Search for Eva Perón's flower-s... Continue reading

Tangol Tigre Tour

Cost: AR$230
Glide up La Plata River on a boat from Buenos Aires to the lush and peaceful Tigre delta. Tangol take you past the watery islands punctuated by raised wooden cabins, to the famous Fruit Market and onto the coastal train. A stop-off in the immacula... Continue reading

Teatro Colón

Cost: Not Specified
World-renowned opera, ballet and classical music greats perform at the early-20th century Teatro Colón in downtown Buenos Aires. The grand opera house is also famous for its vast salons and exceptional acoustics. Lit up at night, the building is b... Continue reading

The Obelisk

Cost: Free
Built in 1936 to commemorate Buenos Aires' 400th anniversary, the massive obelisk sticks up out of one of the largest roads in the world, the Avenida de 9 Julio. At 67 metres high, it positively dominates the city's landscape. The monument marks t... Continue reading