An acronym for Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, MALBA is located in Buenos Aires’ Palermo section. With art collections from all corners of the world, the MALBA is a must-see for art lovers.
Teatro Colon is among the world’s best opera houses. In fact, it is considered to have the best acoustics of any concert venue in “todo el mundo!”
Translating to “pink house” La Casa Rosada is the President of Argentina’s house. Similar to taking a White House tour in Washington, DC, you can tour the Pink House!
Spend a day Wine Tasting in Buenos Aires with family and friends. Choose Anuva for their world renowned wines and humorous sommeliers.
Puente de la Mujer
Spanish for “Women’s Bridge,” Puente de la Mujer is a modern rotating bridge built in construction district of Buenos Aires. You may cross it on your way out of town, but if not, take the scenic route.
Puerto Madero is a small port in Buenos Aires that gives walking access to the water, hotels, restaurants, and bars. Spend a day shopping or go out on the town at night!
Looking for something quick to do outdoors? Stroll through Buenos Aires’ Rose Garden! Roses of all colors and sizes are grown in the masses for tourists like you to admire.
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