Buenos Aires – the Largest City of Argentina

The city that never sleeps, Buenos Aires, is a charming, destination for travel enthusiasts. Most Argentinians barely sleep, surviving on the fuel they refer to as mate (yes, it’s caffeinated). The people of Buenos Aires have many hobbies, soccer being but one among them. It’s not at all uncommon for Argentinians to go play soccer with their buddies at 11 pm in the night, because 11 pm is not considered late at all here. You could stay at a Boutique Hotel in Buenos Aires and walk around to visit the tourist destinations close to your stay place.

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Just 1 block from upscale Santa Fe Avenue, Casa Calma Hotel offers chic décor and rooms with two-place spa baths. WiFi access is free. In-room massag ...

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One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Conveniently located in the Palermo Hollywood district of Buenos Aires, Ilum Experience Home offers contemporary ...

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One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Located in the center of Palermo Hollywood, Fierro Hotel Boutique offers modern and spacious rooms with free WiFi ...

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One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Located in the Retiro district in Buenos Aires, 0.6 mi from Colon Theater, Carles Hotel features a sun terrace an ...

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One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.The Alvear Palace is a 5-star hotel located in the stylish neighborhood of La Recoleta, surrounded by restaurants ...

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One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Boasting bohemian chic décor, Magnolia offers rooms with city views and free Wi-Fi just 3 blocks from Armenia Pa ...

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One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Only 3 blocks from Serrano Square and the artisans fair, The Glu Boutique Hotel is set in Palermo Soho, nearby tr ...

Getting to Buenos Aires

  • There are many airlines that operate between the US and Buenos Aires. You can take United, Aerolineas Argentina, American, and LATAM to get directly to Buenos Aires conveniently.
  • If you’re traveling from France or other European countries, you can take Air France, Lufthansa, or LATAM to reach Buenos Aires.
  • When traveling from the Middle East to Argentina, Ethiopian, Lufthansa, MEA, Air France, and other airlines.
  • If you're traveling from the African subcontinent, you could take British Airways, South African or Iberian Airlines to reach Buenos Aires directly.  

Getting around in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires has a public transportation system that you can use with a SUBE card. You can no longer pay for buses with cash. SUBE cards are available at every city information center. To purchase SUBE cards, you need a copy of your passport and official ID. The SUBE card is for the bus system, but you also need the SUBE card if you want to use the underground train system. You can also get around by walking or hire a bicycle. You can also hire scooters to get around conveniently. When traveling in Buenos Aires, you should ensure that you keep your belongings safe.

Must-visit attractions in Buenos Aires

There are many beautiful places to visit in Buenos Aires, and here’s a short list of the ones you should definitely visit.
  • Recoleta Cemetery - Rumoured to be a haunted cemetery, this 20th-century cemetery has ancient tombs, miniature churches, and 6,400 odd statues. All in all, this is a sight to behold.
  • The Costanera - The Costanera is the Buenos Aires’ ecological reserve, which runs along a river populated by butterflies during certain seasons. This area is known for its tranquil shores and cool plants, setting a cool scene for you to peacefully spend some time.
  • El Caminito - El Caminito is a colorful street museum is the Italian corner of Buenos Aires. This began manifesting as a collaboration between Benito Quinquela Martín and the local community, but it is now a mainstream public attraction for tourists.
A few other attractions are the National Museum of Fine Arts, The Sunday fair in San Telmo, and Palacio Barolo, The Water Company Palace and the Planetarium. Stay at a Boutique Hotel in Bueno Aires conveniently located close to these places, so you can visit them easily. Need more information about Buenos Aires? Check out the comprehensive video guide below: