Florida is one of the city's leading tourist attractions. Florida Street bustles with shoppers, vendors, and office workers alike because of its proximity to the financial district. By evening, the pace relaxes as street performers flock to the area, including tango singers and dancers, living statues, and comedy acts. Its variety of retail stores, shopping arcades, and restaurants is of great interest to foreign tourists and business travelers.
Galerías Pacífico Shopping
Centro Cultural Borges
In addition to Argentinean treasures like Seguí, Berni, and Noé, this understated cultural center has exhibited the works of Warhol, Kahlo and Rivera, Man Ray, Miró, Picasso, Chagall, and Dalí. Today the center focuses on emerging local artists and art students while also hosting independent theater and dance performances.
This 67.5-meter (221-foot) iconic national monument in the Plaza de la República was built to commemorate the fourth centenary of Buenos Aires.
Noted for its sheer size, extraordinary acoustics and opulent architecture, Teatro Colón is considered one of the top five opera houses in the world. Even if you’re not an opera or ballet enthusiast, you can enjoy a behind-the-curtain tour that will sweep you up and down mazes of staircases to see the rehearsal rooms and the costume, shoe, and scenery workshops, and take in a view of the stage from the best seat in the house: the exclusive luxury box.
Translated as the “Pink House,” Casa Rosada is home to the government's executive branch. Since its construction in the late 19th century, a mix of Swedish, Italian, and French architects have refurbished the building, leading to a curious juxtaposition of architectural styles.
The birthplace of the Tango, this vibrant neighborhood now plays host to the most fashionable designer boutiques and restaurants and a thriving arts and cultural scene.
Plaza de Mayo
This is where some of Buenos Aires’s most famous events have taken place, from 1810’s uprising against Spanish colonial rule to rallies for Perón and Evita in 1955 and the celebration of Argentina’s bicentenary in 2010.
Bellas Artes National Museum
Browse the world's largest collection of Argentine art at this magnificent neoclassical building. You’ll find a permanent collection with works from the 12th through 20th centuries along with several fascinating temporary exhibitions each year.
Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA)
The epicenter of Buenos Aires’s cultural scene, MALBA features a world-class Latin American art museum, interactive exhibits for kids, a cinema and a tranquil sculpture deck overlooking Belgrano and Barrio Norte.
Faena Art Center
Located in the Faena District Buenos Aires, this cultural arts center showcases works by international contemporary artists while also offering local artists the chance to premier their works.
Visit this upscale waterfront neighborhood, where you will find high-end shops and restaurants, two floating museums on refurbished ships, the massive, futuristic Puente de la Mujer bridge and an 864-acre ecological reserve that has become a popular attraction among birdwatchers, walkers and cyclists.
Viamonte 650, Buenos Aires (C1053ABN) Argentina