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    Both art museums! Bellas Artes and MALBA. about 5 years ago

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    yeah the MALBA was great, other than that shopping in Palermo is fun too. about 5 years ago

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    1) Walk and shop in Palermo Soho, and have a nice lunch or dinner at La Cabrera. 2) Walk and admire the architecture in Recoleta. 3) Walk in Puerto Madero and visit the must see Fortabat Museum. 4) Walk in San Telmo and go to the antiques fair a Sunday morning. 5) Go to 'Plaza de Mayo' (Mayo Square) and visit the 'Casa Rosada' (the presidential house). Then walk for the 'Avenida de Mayo' till get the Congress. You can have a coffee at Tortoni Cafe. 6) Walk in Corrientes Street a Friday or Saturday night (the teathre's street). 7) Visit the 'Teatro Colon': if possible, buy a ticket for a play. If not, there are tours to visit it. 8) Go to a 'Milonga', to see how locals dance tango after office (instead of paying usd 200 for a tango show). 9) Walk and shop in Santa Fe Ave, starting in Plaza San Martin and ending 30 blocks after! 10) Take the hop on hop off bus, it's great: it will give you a flavour of Buenos Aires that it will be difficult to get in another way. Enjoy Buenos Aires and Argentina!! about 5 years ago

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    • Great answer and just what looking for. Thanks. James Lisher about 5 years ago
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    I agree with everything Surenio said I would only add the resturant Brocolino..very reasonable and very good. The best calamari you will ever eat! Great waiters and great food! Enjoy about 5 years ago

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    Include a Trip to "Tigre" on the tourist train up the river an hour north of the city and you will be set!! about 5 years ago

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