I wish to visit Buenos Aires on my 5-7 days tour to Argentina in the month of June. I am travelling with my spouse. I am looking for luxury hotel with US$ 200 per night and should be in city center.

asked on 20 May 2014
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Buenos Aires has so much to offer to its tourists. It has a blend of Spanish and American culture which you would love to explore. I would try my best to suggest best of Buenos Aires to enjoy with your spouse.

Luxury Hotels in Buenos Aires

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There are numerous luxury hotels as per your requirement that includes Rooney’s Boutique Hotel, Americas Towers Hotels, Casa Sur Art Hotel and many more.

Day 1

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You can start of your first day by visiting the beautiful neighbourhood of La Baco which is famous for its two attractions that are the ‘La Bombonera, ’ (stadium) and Caminito, the colorful artists’ street.  Then after wards you can visit Plaza De Mayo, Plaza Dorrego and Puerto Madero.

La Boca: La Bombonera and Caminito

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La Boca is a picturesque neighbourhood in the city of Buenos Aires which offers great half day leisure in Buenos Aires. It is also known as the birthplace of the famous dance form of Tango. Here you can visit La Bombonera which is the famous football ground of Buenos Aires. 
 
The other famous attraction of La Baco is Caminito is known as the trademark landmark of the city. The Spanish name Caminito means "little walkway" or "little path" as it is basically a street museum and a traditional alley in La Boca.

Plaza De Mayo

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Plaza de Mayo is titled as the Buenos Aires political heart. It is a grassy, treed which has also emerged as the venue for rallies and gatherings. The key highlight of this plaza is an obelisk called the Pirámide de Mayo, erected to memorialize the independence from Spain. You can also visit the nearby city council buildings known as the Cabildo, the Casa Rosada government buildings and fine bank buildings.

Plaza Dorrego

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The Plaza Dorrego is just a 10 minute drive away from the Plaza De Mayo. The Plaza Dorrego is the second oldest square of Buenos Aires and offers a very lively atmosphere especially on Sundays when many tango performances and street vendors add fun to the square. 

Puerto Madero

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Puerto Madero was basically a port which has developed as an urban planning community named as Puerto Madero Waterfront. By the day time this riverfront area is a booming business and shopping district and by the night it transforms into a hip neighbourhood loaded with nice restaurants as well as fashionable clubs. This a perfect place to spend an evening as you can also spend some time in the night at the waterfront.
 
Puerto Madero can be the last destination of your first day and after that you can return to your hotel to rest.

Day 2

The itinerary of the second day should include popular landmarks like La Recoleta Cemetery, National Museum of Decorative Arts, Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens and Plaza Serrano.

La Recoleta Cemetery

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La Recoleta Cemetery is counted as Buenos Aires number-one attraction, and a must visit on every tourist's list. It contains the graves of some of the most important Argentines, including Eva Perón, Raúl Alfonsín, and several presidents of Argentina
 
The Cemetery remains open from 07:00 am to 05:30 pm daily.

National Museum of Decorative Arts

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The National Museum of Decorative Arts is considered as one of the most beautiful museums of Buenos Aires. The permanent collection of the museum includes more than 4000 objects, from roman sculptures to contemporary handmade silver creations. The collection as well as the building will definitely leave you spell bound by its enchanting beauty. 
 
The Museum remains open from Tuesday to Sunday from 2:00 pm to 07:00 pm in the evening.

Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral

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The Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral is the main Catholic Church in Buenos Aires. It is located in the city centre, overlooking Plaza de Mayo. It is known as the mother church of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires. The church is counted as an iconic and historically important structure in the centre of the capital city.

Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens

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The Buenos Aires Japanese Park offers a peaceful escape from the city. It is s tranquil Zen garden complete with fish ponds and an arched bridge even offers a traditional tea house. The gardens portray the image of the culture, the architectural style and the landscapes of Japan and a visit to these gardens will transport you to Japan.

Plaza Serrano

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The Plaza Serrano which is now famous as Square Julio Cortázar is the epicenter of fashion and its nightlife of Buenos Aires. The street around the square are loaded with a huge amount of fashion boutiques, design and objects of art, furniture and operates restaurants. In the night the square gets crowded with groups of young people in the bars and clubs offering drinks and alfresco dining.
 
With this you can call it a day and head towards your hotel to rest.

Day 3

You can start off this day with Tierra Santa and later visiting Malba Museum, Casa Rosada and Hard Rock Cafe.

Tierra Santa

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Tierra Santa is a religious theme park in Buenos Aires and it claims to be the world's first religious theme park. It is a large reproduction where visitors can walk the streets of Biblical Jerusalem, living step by step scenes from the life of Jesus as described in the Bible. You will also witness cultures representations including Christianity, Jews, and Romans.

Malba Museum

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The MALBA or better known as Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires is a not-for-profit art museum and cultural centre that promotes contemporary Latin American artists.
 
The Museum remains open from Thursday to Monday and holidays from 12:00 Noon to 08:00 pm, Wednesday from 12:00 Noon to 09:00 pm and remains closed on Tuesday. 

Casa Rosada

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La Casa Rosada is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina and the building also houses a museum, which contains objects relating to former presidents of Argentina. It has also been declared a National Historic Monument of Argentina.

Hard Rock Cafe

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You can spend your evening at Hard rock Cafe and enjoy the combination of great Hard Rock music with food and drinks. Don’t forget to check out their most exciting attraction that is the Memorabilia Gallery of Argentine Rock that makes the Hard Rock Cafe Buenos Aires so different.
 
After this you should head towards your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 4

On the fourth day of your visit you can visit the famous Lujan Zoo, Floralis Genérica and Teatro Opera. 

Lujan Zoo

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The Lujan Zoo is known for its unique wildlife experience as you will get a chance to do much more than admire wild animals from a distance. They can ride on the backs of wild lions, feed tigers or hand-feed cheetahs. The experience is a must do in Buenos Aires.

Floralis Genérica

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Floralis Genérica is a sculpture made of steel and aluminium located in Plaza de las Naciones Unidas, Avenida Figueroa Alcorta, Buenos Aires. The sculpture moves closing its petals in the evening and opening them in the morning. 

Teatro Opera

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The Teatro Opera is a prominent cinema and theatre house of Buenos Aires. It is one of the most beautiful Opera Houses in the world. You can attend a show in the evening at the theatres which will surely a very good experience.
 
After the Opera you can go for a nice dinner and after that you can head towards your hotel.

Day 5

The fifth day of your trip should be devoted to some relaxation and shopping. You can relax at your hotel and go for shopping at Galleria Pacifico.

Galerias Pacifico

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Galerías Pacífico is a shopping centre in Buenos Aires, Argentina, located at the intersection of Florida Street and Córdoba Avenue. This large Buenos Aires shopping mall fashioned after Milan's Gallerie Vittorio Emanuele shopping center.
 
In the evening you can walk around the streets and enjoy the beauty of the city by the night.

Day 6

The last day should be devoted to a nice day trip to outside of Buenos Aires. You can spend a day at the Tigre which is an hour drive away from Buenos Aires. There are many ways to commute as you can go via train, cab, and bus or commuter boat.

Tigre

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A Day-trip to the Tigre River Delta a great experience as it is a playground for everything from horseback riding and hiking to fishing and swimming. Tigre houses hundreds of tiny islands which will surely offer a great time. You can also visit Naval Museum, restaurants and playgrounds and many more things. You can go for an adventure lodge that offers some great services in Tigre.
 
You can spend 8 to 10 hours in Tigre and then return to Buenos Aires by evening.
 
I hope the destinations mentioned, according to your interest will lead to a memorable Europe trip. I wish you return with the most exciting experience and memories of your life. 
 
Have a wonderful trip!
Ridhima Arora


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