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Best things to do in Buenos Aires Province

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Museum
“Recently renovated Modern Art Museum has more than 6000 works of well-known local artists in its permanent collection. It also hosts international exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. The museum opens its doors Tuesdays to Sundays with 30$ entrance fee. The admission is free on Tuesdays. ”
72 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Traditional Argentine Pizzeria located downtown. A must for experiencing local pizza.”
105 locals recommend
Planetarium
“This is also one of Buenos Aires emblematic Buildings as well as a really nice green spot in the city. You can enter the building and have a guided tour through the observatory and its shows, or just enjoy the illuminated park.”
103 locals recommend
Plaza
“During the weekends, Plaza Armenia offers a hippie market with handmade objects that may turn into that special souvenir you are looking for someone back home!”
111 locals recommend
Flea Market
“If you are a foreigner, it is worth missing a day among its many and varied stands of local crafts. Very cheap and unique to decorate a barbecue table, mates, picnics, campsites, etc. You can also find typical elements of gaucho decoration and low price furniture. Days to go: Saturday and Sunday from morning to sunset. On Thursdays and Fridays they open 60% of the premises and there are fewer people. Parking: complicated and maybe you'll have to walk a few blocks. There are restaurants and fast food bars. Bathrooms: only in restaurants .... You can hire a boat ride through the islands of the mouth of the Paraná River. Bring mosquito repellent !!!! and hat to cover the sun (from October to Ap”
47 locals recommend
Cultural Center
“Beautiful newly renovated historic building. Check website for cultural activities. www.cck.gob.ar”
83 locals recommend
Building
“Palacio Barolo is a very famous building, with a lovely view of Buenos Aires.”
90 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Evita Museum (Museo Evita) is devoted to Eva Perón, one of Argentina´s most polarizing historical figures as well as the subject of the stage and film musical of the same name. A series of exhibits, including personal effects and memorabilia, chronicle Evita’s life from her childhood through her political career. The Basics Since it opened in 2002, on the 50th anniversary of Evita’s death, the museum has become one of Buenos Aires’ most popular attractions. Artifacts include a beautifully preserved selection of her clothing and personal possessions, as well as photographs, memorabilia, and video footage. Most notable is her voter card, marked Number 1: a symbol of her achievements in securing the vote for Argentine women in 1947. Last but not least, it has an excellent restaurant located beside the museum. ”
91 locals recommend
Park
“Half a block away - nice place to sit in the shade. Used to be a former penitentiary. ”
69 locals recommend
Argentinian Restaurant
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“Here's another highly rated classic Parilla located in San Telmo which is the oldest part of town. This area near famous Plaza Dorrego is great on Sunday's as you will find tons of people selling arts and crafts, street food, antiques, and outdoor free tango shows. You won't be disappointed with this restaurant and remember like most they close about 4:30 for lunch and reopen for dinner around 8PM. ”
65 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Museo de arte, espacio para niños, cine y cafetería con directa vista a mar. Muy buen lugar a tener en cuenta sin importar el clima.”
33 locals recommend
Soccer Stadium
“The Estadio Monumental is the home of Club Atlético River Plate, one of Argentina's two most popular football (soccer) clubs. It is one of the most important in South America, and, with a capacity of 76,000, it's the biggest in Argentina. It hosts most of Argentina's international home matches and has also been the venue for performances by international singers and bands. Located in the neighborhood of Nuñez, the stadium opened in 1938 and was enlarged in 1978 when Argentina hosted (and won) the World Cup. River Plate also has one of the largest sports museums in the world - 3,500 meters squared - with installations detailing the history of the club, including a 360º audiovisual spectacle.”
80 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Healthy and tasty meals for every day. Just one block apart from Quartier Dorrego.”
89 locals recommend
Capitol Building
“"Meano's project is written absolutely in architectural foundation that recognizes as three central ideas: The academicism, the eclecticism and classicism. This tripartite condition confirms it as a w”
84 locals recommend
Clothes Shop
“Shopping Mall, were you can buy cloths, books, eat in different restaurants and watch movies. ”
105 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Nice high-end Mall - less crowded. Has a very large supermarket, movies and parking. ”
41 locals recommend