Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Feria de Mataderos, Lago Epecuen, and Pedro Bidegain Stadium. Saldungaray Cemetary and Alfonsina ...
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.
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.
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.
Go dancing to techno, house, and hip-hop sounds in this old three-floor cathedral. The acoustics are incredible.
Enjoy an English-language beginning tango class, and then dance until the wee hours with the international crowd.
A traditional fair near the cattle market, with artisan-made traditional crafts, regional food, and skilled craft demonstrations.
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