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Recoleta
9 reviews
Old-world masters like Rubens and Picasso are well represented, but the best part of the museum is the Argentinean art—the most extensive collection anywhere. — Travel + Leisure
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Montserrat
8 reviews
Plaza de Mayo remains the political heart of Buenos Aires, serving as a forum for protests with many camping out here overnight. — Frommer's
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San Nicolás
9 reviews
Buenos Aires's golden age of prosperity gave birth to this luxurious opera house. — Frommer's
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Palermo
8 reviews
The fabulous Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) is one of the cornerstones of the city's cultural life. — Fodor's
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San Telmo
9 reviews
Museum housed in underground tunnels that date back to Buenos Aires's earliest settlements.  — Atlas Obscura
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Montserrat
7 reviews
In the Monserrat area, the 100m-high Palacio Barolo stands out from among the splendid buildings lining the Avenida de Mayo. — Michelin Guide
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Recoleta
7 reviews
A who's who of Argentinean bold-faced names rests among Recoleta Cemetery's tombs and mausoleums, from the Alvears and the Dorregos to heavyweight boxer Luis Ángel Firpo. — Concierge
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Palermo
9 reviews
Opened in 2001, this museum is housed in an aristocratic residence that Juan Perón expropriated; he converted it into a women's shelter for his wife's quasi-statal welfare agency. — Time Out
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Palermo
8 reviews
French architect René Sergent, who designed some of the grandest mansions in Buenos Aires, also designed the mansion housing this museum. — Frommer's
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Palermo
5 reviews
Today, it is one of the cities most vibrant green spaces, known for its rose garden and it Moderniste gate (one of the few pieces of Modernist architecture in the city). — Frommer's
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La Boca
7 reviews
La Boca's most famous street and 'open air' museum is a magnet for visitors, who come to see its brightly painted houses and snap photographs of the figures of Juan and Evita Perón. — Lonely Planet
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Palermo
7 reviews
The Botanical Gardens are a true delight, with a myriad of tree-lined walkways. — Frommer's
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La Boca
5 reviews
Stop by this museum adjacent to La Bombonera stadium for all things Boca Juniors. — Time Out
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Puerto Madero
4 reviews
This frigate, built in Birkenhead, was used as a training ship from 1897 to 1961 and is now a museum full of photos, maps and domestic objects, with the cabins and dining rooms restored and intact. — Time Out
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Palermo
4 reviews
[T]he real action goes down in Palermo Viejo, the hipster hangout centered around Plazoleta Cortázar and subdivided into Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood... — Concierge
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San Telmo
5 reviews
The heart of San Telmo, formerly the playground of B.A.'s 19th-century elite, is this Spanish-style plaza, the site of several busy open-air cafés. — Concierge
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Retiro
4 reviews
This museum is in an old mansion of the neocolonial Peruvian style that developed as a reaction against French influences in turn-of-the-19th-century Argentine architecture. — Lonely Planet
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San Telmo
4 reviews
It is a lively neighbourhood, that comes into its own on Sundays,. — Michelin Guide
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Montserrat
6 reviews
A gateway to a mysterious network of underground tunnels.  — Atlas Obscura
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