Buenos Aires Vacations
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Best time to take a vacation to Buenos Aires
Best Time to Go
You'll run into the largest crowds during the summer months (October through March) and also the month of July. While tourism is high during these months, so are prices. Most folks from Buenos Aires head away from the city to the beach or mountains during January and February, when the weather is at its hottest and most muggy. Winter months (June to August) are much cooler, and require warmer clothes (and fewer outdoor activities will be available). Festivals and conventions are held year round, so make sure you check what special events are happening as you plan your trip.
Insider tips for Buenos Aires travel
Enjoy an English-language beginning tango class, and then dance until the wee hours with the international crowd.
Go dancing to techno, house, and hip-hop sounds in this old three-floor cathedral. The acoustics are incredible.
Ever wonder what it's like to be blind? This dinner theatre gives you that opportunity: to dine in complete darkness and enjoy a show.
This museum houses the permanent collection of Xul Solar's works. Designed specifically to display his work, this many-disciplined display is worth the trip.
Feria des Mataderos
A traditional fair near the cattle market, with artisan-made traditional crafts, regional food, and skilled craft demonstrations.
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Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires is a luxurious four-star boutique hotel located in the heart of the Buenos Aires' Microcentro district. The hotel stands out for its distinctive personality, with interior crafted by the prestigious designer Lazaro Rosa-Violan, throughtout its... More
The 4* luxurious Savoy Hotel is is totally renewed. The hotel is located in the heart of Buenos Aires, to only 2 blocks of the Av. Corrientes and to equal distance of the Plaza Dos Congresos. The Hotel opened in 1910. On the year of its hundredth anniversary, the Hotel... More
Soak up the chic of this intimate boutique hotel in exclusive RecoletaThe CasaSur Art Hotel is an intimate boutique property centrally located in the affluent neighborhood of Recoleta. Guests are within walking distance from many Buenos Aires attractions, some of the... More
The modern guestroom layout perfectly blends with all those elements and facilities you need to ensure a pleasant and comfortable stay. The hotel feature 369 guestrooms equipped with Internet access and WIFI, air-conditioning system, buffet breakfast, mini bar, LCD cable... More
Vision, design, technology and an outstanding service in every single detail ranging from pillows menu to Personal Shopper and cell phones for the hotel guests. Located in the heart of Buenos Aires City, at Rochester M the hotel do welcome you to the new World. Lobby... More
Soak up classic grandeur and opulence right in downtown Buenos AiresThe Claridge Hotel in downtown Buenos Aires exudes grandeur and opulence. This stately hotel is classical in its appearance, with Tudor-style decor and distinct Victorian flair. The on-site Claridge... More
725 Continental is privileged located in the diagonal line that crosses from the emblematic Obelisk up to the Plaza de Mayo, joining a magnificent angle that stamps beauty on this city that does not sleep. It will be an experience to stay at 725 Continental because we... More
Located in the heart of Buenos Aires on 9 of July avenue, just meters away from the Obelisco, icon of the city, the hotel allows rapid Access to the financial district and the main touristic areas. The hotel has 52 comfortable rooms, all with a great panoramic view facing... More
El Conquistador Hotel is located in the center of Buenos Aires. The hotel's Crystall Terrace offers a city view as well as a restaurant and snack bar. A fitness room, sauna, bar, and business center are on site. The Hotel is just a few meters of 9 of July Avenue and... More
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Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires offers excellent standards of service, accommodations and amenities, as well as a strategic location that is convenient for business and leisure travelers. Also continues to preserve a gilded institution set by the Emperador Hotel Madrid. The... More
Flights to Buenos Aires
|New York||Buenos Aires||Tue, Dec 31 - Sat, Jan 25||$649|
|Miami||Buenos Aires||Mon, Dec 16 - Mon, Dec 23||$949|
|Los Angeles||Buenos Aires||Wed, Dec 25 - Mon, Jan 20||$1,010|
|Chicago||Buenos Aires||Sun, Jan 12 - Sun, Jan 26||$988|
|Rio De Janeiro||Buenos Aires||Wed, Dec 11 - Mon, Dec 16||$429|
|Washington DC||Buenos Aires||Fri, Jan 17 - Sun, Jan 26||$1,177|
|Sao Paulo||Buenos Aires||Tue, Jan 7 - Wed, Jan 15||$319|
|Lima||Buenos Aires||Mon, Jan 6 - Mon, Jan 27||$531|
|San Francisco||Buenos Aires||Wed, Jan 1 - Thu, Jan 30||$994|
|Santiago||Buenos Aires||Tue, Jan 21 - Sun, Jan 26||$211|
|Orlando||Buenos Aires||Mon, Dec 16 - Wed, Jan 15||$1,543|
|San Juan||Buenos Aires||Thu, Jan 16 - Thu, Jan 23||$1,425|
Buenos Aires highlights
Known as the "Paris of South America," Buenos Aires has amazing food, a thriving culture, and a zest for life that makes it a hot destination any time of the year. But despite its hip appearance, the city maintains the dichotomies of modern and traditional, and it protects and preserves its old traditions while still changing with the times.
Visit Buenos Aires for the tango on the streets of La Boca port, the historic monuments like the Plaza del Congreso, as well as the modern nightlife and cultural scene.
Cementerio de la Recoleta
In an exclusive district of Buenos Aires, this is where the wonderful ghosts of Argentina's past reside: good, bad, beautiful, including Evita.
Casada Rosada (Pink House)
Known more technically as Government House, and painted pink to symbolize the combination of the federals and the unitaries, this building is guarded by a colorful, elite army group.
Café Tortoni (Tortoni Coffee House)
Visit to see the one of the oldest literary cafés in the city, and stay into the evening to listen to modern tango and jazz bands.
Basílica Nuestra Señora del Pilar
Built in 1732 by Jesuit monks, this is one of the oldest churches in the city and well worth a visit.
Latin America's most renowned lyric theater, its schedule includes ballet, classical music, opera and houses the Brazilian Ballet School.
El Viejo Amacén
This store, dating to 1798 was turned into the "Temple of Tango" by Edmundo Rivero in 1969; now it holds classic tango shows every day.
San Ignacio De Loyola Church
Famous for its use as a resistance hideout during the British invasion in 1806, this is the oldest colonial church in Buenos Aires.
Palermo's jewel, with museum, library, and art-nouveau greenhouse, as well as a gardening school, you'll see 7,000 species of plants in the city center.
Bosques de Palermo
An urban forest 25 hectares in size, this park has 3 artificial lakes, flowers galore, and special-themed sculpture gardens.
Admire the magnificent history and neoclassical design of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires.