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What is the best experience you ever had in Buenos Aires

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1. Posted by bsastraveler (Budding Member 16 posts) 6y

Buenos Aires is such a beautiful and dynamic city!

There is a lot of thing to do over there, but what is your favorite activity? And why?
Football match? Tango shows? All suggestion are welcome!
Share your experience!! Thanks

2. Posted by findemundo (Full Member 127 posts) 6y

After you've had a tango lesson, visited La Boca and succussfully crossed 9 de Julio a few times, kick back in Tigre. After a few weeks in Urugay, I returned to BA the slow way and took an early boat from Colonia de Sacramento to Tigre, where I spent a wonderful day walking up and down the boardwalks, taking water taxis and generally enjoying urban tropical life. And it's just a train ride from the center of BA.

3. Posted by pranavc (Respected Member 316 posts) 6y

top experiences in Buenos Aires:

a. Antiques fair on Sunday at San Telmo (I think it's at Plaza Dorrego). Definitely try and catch the tango dude that dances with a doll. He is hysterical.

b. Madres de Mayo at 3:30 p.m every Thursday outside Casa Rosada

c. Caminito street at La Boca. Loved the street tango here.

d. Recoleta Cemetery and just the neighborhood in general

e. I actually really liked the walk along the docks at Puerto Madero

Hope this helps. Majorly ticked off that I missed attending a milonga.


4. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3742 posts) 6y

I absolutely loved watching the tango in Plaza Dorrego one Sunday night. It was a public holiday the next day and the dancing went on well into the early hours. It was such a fantastic atmosphere.

5. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 6y
  • Walking around the residential areas of Villa Crespo, Caballito, Boedo and Barrcas
  • Seeing real tango up town, with few other tourists around (there's a couple of milongas in Saavedra and Belgrano, check milongasdebuenosaires)
  • Taking random bus lines and see where they take you
  • Experience city life by walking up and down Corrientes avenue in the evening
  • Visiting a transitorio with your partner
6. Posted by Reece Sanford (Travel Guru 1368 posts) 6y

Meeting the local people.

Ive made so many friends who live in Buenos Aires who i class as family.People who hardly knew me at the time took me into their family home for xmas and new year and even bought me presents.

I will never forget how friendly people are there.

Then theres a Boca game,attempting a tango lesson where i was the only gringo among 150 argentinians and walking along the hussle and bustle of Avenida Florida.

7. Posted by Swept Away (Travel Guru 1113 posts) 6y

I am so tired of Asia... I am vegetarian, but when I get to Argentina, I'll have a steak. That should be in 6 months.

I'll be singing, "I want to be a part of BA, Buenos Aires, Big Apple." in a crowded bus to the Casa Rosada.

8. Posted by es_chr14 (Budding Member 26 posts) 6y

Palermos: Plaza Serrano... Really fun