Lorea Square

Address: Rivadavia y Paraná s/n - MonserratThis small square is located right next to Square of the two Congresses, in front of the Liceo Theater. It was thought up as a tribute to the sculptor Isidro Lorea, from whom its…
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EMBA Port

Address: Av. Castillo y Av. Los Inmigrantes s/n - Retiro The port of Buenos Aires has different types of docks according to the need of the seacraft. There are docks equipped to handle the large cruise ships that arrive from…
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Mayo’s Avenue

Address: Av de Mayo entre Balcarce y Callao s/n - MonserratIt was the city’s first avenue, constructed during Mayor Torcuato de Alvear’s administration. It was first transited in 1894, becoming the main institutional axis that joins the seats of the…
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Buquebus Terminal

Address: Antártida Argentina 821 - San NicolásBuquebus operates a ferry service to various points in the Republic Oriental of Uruguay (it also has connecting bus service to even more locations, thus its name, which translates to ship-bus). It has daily…
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General San Martín Theatre

Address: Av. Corrientes 1530 - San NicolásIt is part of the “Complejo Teatral Buenos Aires”, consisting of San Martin, Regio, De La Ribera, Presidente Alvear and Sarmiento theaters, controlled by the city Culture Bureau. This theater was created due to…
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El Globo Theatre

Address: Marcelo T. de Alvear 1155 - RetiroThis theater is located diagonally to Teatro Colón, it is part of the commercial circuit of Porteño theaters. It mainly hosts music shows and theater plays of all genres, plays for children and…
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Honduras Street

Address: Honduras s/n - PalermoHonduras street runs along Palermo Hollywood where there are many bars, restaurants and design object stores. This street is very popular, therefore, it one of the most crowded ones during the weekends when tourists and locals…
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Temaikén

Address: ruta 25, km1 ruta 9 km 50 - EscobarThis wonderful theme-park that was inaugurated on July, 2001 is only 50 kilometers away from the city center. Its name means “land of life” in Tehuelche language and that is what…
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Liceo Theatre

Address: Av. Rivadavia 1495 - MonserratIt was inaugurated in 1865, thus being not just the city’s first theater, but also the first in Latin America. At first, it was the Mecca for Variete, and owes its creation to the businessman…
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Vuelta de Rocha

Address: Del Valle Iberlucea y Av. Don Pedro de Mendoza s/n - La BocaThe Vuelta de Rocha is currently one of the curves of the Riachuelo. It was named after one of its owners, a merchant and estancia owner called…
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Moreno Square

Address: H. Yrigoyen y Luis Sáenz Peña s/n - MonserratThis is a small square close to Lorea square, and an “entrance hall” to the Square of the Two Congresses as well. Mariano Moreno’s statue, built by the artist M. Blay…
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Opera Theatre

Address: Av. Corrientes 860 - San NicolásThis theater was inaugurated in 1936, and is located right opposite the Gran Rex, sharing with it the highest audience records. It offers famous music comedies, especially important shows and concerts featuring the most…
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Perú Subway Station

Address: Perú y Avenida de Mayo Subte Línea A - MonserratThis subway station belongs to the oldest underground service line in the city. It deserves a visit due to its features and signs of past times, from the decoration of…
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Plaza de Mayo (Mayo Square)

Address: Balcarce-Rivadavia-Bolívar-Irigoyen s/n - MonserratIt has been declared National Historic Place, having been the central core back in 1580, when it became Juan de Garay’s place of choice, at the time of the foundation of Buenos Aires, for the erection…
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Maipo Theatre

Address: Esmeralda 443 - San NicolásThis theater is located in the emblematic corner of Corrientes Avenue and Esmeralda Street. It is among the classic theaters, holding celebrated glory and history. It was first into Variete and music hall; now, it…
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Buenos Aires Zoo

Address: Av. Las Heras y Av. Sarmiento s/n - PalermoIt is 100 years old, and was created following the reigning tendency in Europe regarding zoos back then. It has a significant variety of species of animals from all around the…
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Design fairs

Address: Honduras (y Jorge Luis Borges) 5000 - PalermoIn the streets around Julio Cortazar Square, the avant-garde national design is offered in several premises, at very reasonable prices. The organization of fares on a particular genre is very common, attracting…
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Regio Theatre

Address: Av. Córdoba 6056 - ChacaritaThis building corresponds to the Spanish baroque style, and is located right between Chacarita and Colegiales. It is part of the “Complejo Teatral de Buenos Aires”. It was inaugurated in 1929, with the peculiarity of…
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Flea Market

Address: Av. Dorrego (y Niceto Vega) 1600 - PalermoIt is situated in Colegiales, a different area, which actually signals the end of Palermo Hollywood. It has been functioning since 1986, in a big shed where you may find all kinds…
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Museum of Modern Art

Address: Av. San Juan 350 - San TelmoThe typical industrial façade, built in 1918, belonged to the Nobleza Piccardo business organization and it used to function as a deposit of the black cigarette manufacturer, the brand name was 43. The…
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Multiteatro

Address: Av. Corrientes 1283 - San NicolásMultiteatro is the Trade Mark of the complex that has the most important private theatre rooms in the country; in Buenos Aires, such rooms are the Multiteatro (four rooms), Tabaris (two rooms), Liceo and…
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Tres de Febrero Park

Address: Av. Libertador y Av. Sarmiento s/n - PalermoIts name refers to the date when the Caseros Battle took place (significant in our country as the battle that united it). This place was chosen by its mentor, president Domingo Faustino…
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Uruguay Republic Square

Address: Av. Del Libertador entre Austria, Tagle y Figueroa Alcorta. s/n - RecoletaLibertador Avenue, between Austria and Tagle Street, and Figueroa Alcorta Avenue This square features the monument to Artigas and Channel 7 (the official channel, known for years as…
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Avenida Theatre

Address: Av. de Mayo 1222 - MonserratThis theater was first called “de la Avenida”, on the so Spanish Avenida de Mayo. It opened in 1908 by action of the Spanish community. The first play was “Castigo sin Venganza” (punishment without…
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ND Ateneo

Address: Paraguay 918 - RetiroThe ND Ateneo was originally part of the commercial circuit, known as “El Ateneo”, and was very popular for the presentation of successful creations that stayed on for long periods. Nowadays, it belongs to the city’s…
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Florida Street

Address: Florida s/n - San NicolásSince 1970 it is a pedestrian street that comprises ten blocks of great commercial movement that is unfolded in an important amount of galleries, stores, traditional bookstores and cafés. It carries an eclectic history that…
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San Martín Square

Address: Florida 1040 - RetiroBecause of its historical value, the San Martín Square is second in importance, following Plaza de Mayo. Its first antecedent dates from 1801, when, in the prolongation of Santa Fe Avenue and Marcelo T. de Alvear…
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Payró Theatre

Address: San Martín 766 - San NicolásThis room is part of the independent theater circuit. Its fifty-year history have been recently recorded in a book containing testimonies by actors, authors and directors that were related to its activity. This room…
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Catalinas Sur storehouse

Address: Av. Benito Perez Galdós 93 - La BocaThe Catalinas Sur group of actors is comprised of the neighbours from La Boca and they give non-profit performances every weekend. They present spectacles of typical Argentinian sainete (comic sketches) sailing through…
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Jorge Newbery Airport

Address: Rafael obligado s/n - Costanera NorteThis is there airport that receives domestic air traffic, the majority of the passengers arriving from the provinces and neighboring countries. It is located on the northern shore of the city, 3km from the…
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Japanese Garden

Address: Av Carlos Casares y Av. Figueroa Alcorta s/n - PalermoThis is a replica of an authentic Japanese Garden, donated by the community of said country. It has a lake, a waterfall, a Zen-like dry garden, an important variety of…
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Retiro Railway Station

Address: Av. Ramos Mejía 1358 - RetiroThe Retiro station is the train terminal that communicates the city of Buenos Aires with the Northern part of the province. Inaugurated in 1915 during the heat of the farm-cattle growth of the country,…
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Botanic Garden

Address: Av. Santa Fe (y Av. Las Heras) 3951 - PalermoThis is a work by the architect and landscaper Carlos Thays which was designed in 1898 and officially inaugurated in 1908 due to a petition presented to the authorities, when…
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Del Pilar Auditorium

Address: Vicente López 1999 - RecoletaThis theater is located in a corner in the Recoleta neighborhood. This small and beautiful theatre has 230 seats and it is equipped with cutting-edge technologhy. Apart from the theatre activities and plays, it offers…
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Lezama Park

Address: Defensa-Brasil-Martín García y Av Paseo Colón s/n - San TelmoSome historians state that it was in this natural cliff where Pedro de Mendoza made the first settlement of the city, maybe because it was the highest land from the…
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Broadway Theatre

Address: Av. Corrientes 1155 - San NicolásIt is located only a few meters away from the Obelisk, this theater honors the “Argentinean” Broadway Avenue, namely Corrientes Avenue, which is famous for offering events of all types. This theater has two…
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Corrientes Avenue

Address: Av. Corrientes 100 - 2500 - San NicolásIt is one of downtown’s the most important avenues. Its name pays homage to one of the countries’ provinces, just like its parallel avenues, Córdoba and Santa Fé. With its 69 blocks,…
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Regina Theatre

Address: Av. Santa Fe 1235 - RetiroThis theater takes up one of the ten floors of the Theater House founded in 1938 as a result of the action of Regina Pacini de Alvear, an opera singer whose intention was to…
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Mitre Museum

Address: San Martín 336 - San NicolásThis is a house dating back to colonial times, whose history is closely relate with the former president Bartolomé Mitre. It is one of the oldest houses in the city, where Mitre lived most…
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Boca Juniors Museum

Address: Brandsen 805 - La BocaIt is the museum of one of the soccer teams which generates the most passionate feeling throughout the world: it is famous for being the team where Diego Armando Maradona started his career, the undisputed…
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Palermo’s Alleys

Address: Serrano 1600 - 1800 - PalermoEnchanting and legendary paths This area stands out for a unique peculiarity in the houses, which although they are recycled and decorated with the latest avant-garde trends, they still keep their warmth as well…
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Carlos Gardel Museum

Address: Jean Jaures 735 - Balvanera OnceAs the story goes, Gardel used to live here with his mother Delia Gardés, who lived on ironing. It had been built in 1920, and was fortunately rescued from demolition by the businessman Eduardo…
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The ecological reserve

Address: Tristán Achaval Rodríguez 1550 - Costanera SurDuring the 70s nature and its fauna and flora gained lands to the river without the intervention of men. In 1986 the city government of Buenos Aires labeled it as “Ecologic Reserve” and…
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Coliseo Theatre

Address: Marcelo T. de Alvear 1125 - RetiroThis theater was originally called “Italian House in Buenos Aires”. Even if it inaugurated in 1906, its construction extended until 1961 due to myriad inconveniences, thus delaying the start of the activity until…
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La Boca’s Port

Address: Avda. Pedro de Mendoza y Del Valle Iberlucea s/n - La BocaThe mouth of the Riachuelo has always been the Natural Port of Buenos Aires, that only allowed to anchor small ships since it is not very deep. The…
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Astral Theatre

Address: Corrientes 1639 - San NicolásIt is located in the theaters’ hot spot, on Corrientes Avenue, and is part of the circuit of commercial theaters, specializing in music hall. Likewise, it usually offers children’s events, music shows of popular artists…
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Lavalle Square

Address: Libertad entre Lavalle y Córdoba 500/700 - San NicolásPlaza Lavalle is a three-block space located in the neighborhood of San Nicolás, delimited by Libertad, Lavalle, and Talcahuano Streets and Córdoba Avenue. The square is of great historical importance. The…
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Two Congresses Square

Address: Av Entre Ríos y Av Rivadavia s/n - MonserratThis square is surrounded by Entre Rios, Hipólito Irigoyen, Rivadavia and Luis Saenz Peña streets. There stands one of the best sculptures of the city, “The Thinker”, by Auguste Rodin. (1914)…
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Wax Museum

Address: Del Valle Iberlucea 1261 - La BocaIt is a house that dates back from the XIXth century, that used to be the venue for the Committee of the Socialist Party, presided over by Alfredo Palacios. Today, it hosts the…
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Gran Rex Theatre

Address: Av. Corrientes 857 - San NicolásIt can sit up to 3300 spectators, and is especially devoted to music concerts. It competes with the Opera, right opposite, for offering both of them the best music shows from around the globe.…
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Sarmiento Theatre

Address: Av. Sarmiento 2715 - PalermoIt is located in Palermo, right inside the zoo and only meters away from Plaza Italia, this theater is part of the “Complejo Teatral”, in the hands of the Culture Bureau. It was inaugurated during…
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Chile Square and Sculptures

Address: Av. Libertador y Castilla s/n - PalermoThis square is on the corner of Libertador Ave and Castilla St. It keeps several sculptures of great artistic commemorative value as they represent many important figures of Chilean history and literature that…
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Quintana Avenue

Address: Av. Quintana s/n - RecoletaThis Avenue starts in the so called “Five Corners”, the intersection of Libertad and Juncal streets. It was called the “Long Street of Recoleta” as it was surrounded by well-lit country houses, and was the…
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9 de Julio Avenue

Address: Av 9 de Julio entre Av Libertador y Av de Mayo - San NicolásThis avenue was designed in 1888 by the engineer Guillermo Gaebeler, undergoing a number of changes since then. Nowadays it is considered the world’s widest avenue,…
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Alvear Avenue

Address: Avenida Alvear s/n - RecoletaThis avenue was projected in 1885 by decision of major Torcuato de Alvear, being first called “Bella Vista”. It starts where the monument to Carlos Pellegrini stands, in Pellegrini square, and ends where the monument…
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Alem Avenue

Address: Av. Alem s/n - San NicolásIt was called Paseo 9 de Julio (a stroll) until it adopted the name Leandro N. Alem. It is an avenue with a very particular characteristic: it has some sort of roof of Spanish…
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Italia Square

Address: Av Santa Fe y Av Sarmiento s/n - PalermoThe origin of the name dates back to the celebrations of the May Revolution, when Italy donated an important monument to Garibaldi, which is found in the center of the Square.…
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