Buenos Aires is a city with a lot of delicious foods, gorgeus buildings, and rich culture
Even though it's located in South America, the city has some European flair
Exploring this city will be such an enlightening experience
If you happen to be in Buenos Aires, take the time to visit the Casa Rosada, or the pink house. The building got its name from its pink color. Casa Rosada is a complex building where the presidential mansion is also located. Another building that is worth visiting is the Teatro Colón or the Columbia Theatre. This opera house is considered one of the ten best opera houses in the world for its architectural beauty and acoustics.
Walk around the city of the dead or the Recoleta Cemetery. This cemetery is where some famous Argentinian figures buried. With over 6.400 statues, you can lose yourself while admiring the eerie beauty of the cemetery.
With its sheer presence located at the intersection of Florida Street and Córdoba Avenue, Galerías Pacífico will be hard not to notice. The shopping mall that is used to be an art gallery is the right place for you to buy some high-end goods. And the good thing is, you can also reserve a tour of this building to understand more about its history.
If you have a sweet tooth, Alfajores is the right food for you. The softness of the biscuits and the sweetness of the dulce de leche filling will surely satisfy your craving. You should also try the most popular drink in Argentina called Yerba Mate. This drink is prepared in a gourd and drunk through bombilla straw.
You can see from graffiti on the walls of Buenos Aires buildings that reflect the love for street arts. Buenos Aires people also love the Tango dance and they often performed it in bars and even outdoor.
Peak Season: From December to February is considered the peak season of Buenos Aires tourism because the weather is perfect for the traveler to explore the city.
The Hotel called Home lives up to its name. The interior of the building gives off a relaxing vibe and the outside can give you peace of mind with the greenery that surrounds it. The Vain Boutique Hotel in Palermo Soho is convenient for you since the location is close to restaurants, cafes, and shops, not to mention that it's also budget-friendly.
Caseros Restaurante, a quiet restaurant where you can choose a variety of home-made like cooking that will satisfy your appetite. If you want to have a unique dining experience, you can visit Tegui, a restaurant owned by Chef Martin Martitugeui. The exterior of the building is covered with worn graffiti that is easy to overlook. But when you come inside, be prepared for a surprise.
Enjoying Alfajor in a nice cafe is probably one of the best things to do in Buenos Aires. Luckily, Havanna the most popular brand of Alfajor has its own face chain with the same name. Here, you can cozily enjoy the sweetness of Alfajor at the Havanna Café Caminito. Be sure to come to Bilbo Cafe to have some nice breakfast accompanied by a cup of good coffee. The pastel-colored interior of the cafe is perfect for a casual morning conversation.
Argentinian love Fernet Branca, and the best place to enjoy that treat is Bar Dada. Here you can also mingle with the locals. And if you want to enjoy a glass of delicious cocktails, come to Verne Club where they have great vibe and decorations.
Tango is the most popular dance in Argentina, and it's a great opportunity to learn the dance from its original country. There are places that offer tango lessons such as La Catedral Club. But, if you just want to watch a performance, you can always come to Tango Porteno.
The Historical Wax Museum in La Boca is a colorful historical building. You can snap some shots while also admiring the history and art of this building. A unique place to visit is La Casa Minima, just like its name, the house is the narrowest house in Buenos Aires. Wedged between two houses, La Casa Minima is easy to overlook, but once it grabs your attention. You can't help but look in awe.