What to visit


Plaza Francia: Plaza Mayor Alvear, erroneous but commonly known as "Plaza Francia", is a traditional neighborhood of Recoleta Plaza in Buenos Aires in Argentina.

Fine Arts Museum: National Museum of Fine Arts (MNBA) is an Argentine art museum located in the City of Buenos Aires. This museum is the greatest asset of the country and is one of the largest in Latin America.

Plaza de Mayo: Located in downtown Buenos Aires. In his area there are several major monuments and landmarks: the historic Cabildo, Casa Rosada, the Metropolitan Cathedral, among others.

Calle Florida: Florida is a pedestrian street of the City of Buenos Aires starting on Rivadavia Avenue and ends at the Plaza General San Martín. It is recognized as the most important shopping street in Argentina.

Proa Foundation: A nonprofit institution dedicated to promoting artists and performing contemporary profile cultural events. Carried out various samples of plastic artists.

Tigre: We enjoy a lot of museums, the port, the fruit market, as well as the Parque de la Costa, an amusement park on the river and the river Lujan Tiger and Tiger Casino Trillenium.

Flea Market: Works since 1986 in a large shed where you can find all sorts of curios and antiques which include furniture, artworks and objects from all periods and styles.

Abasto Buenos Aires: The mall has over 250 commercial brands, a food court, cinemas, an amusement park, and an interactive museum and educational for the children.

Plaza Serrano: An area inundated with designer boutiques. On weekends, the square you'll find a fair where you can find products made by artisans in Buenos Aires.

San Telmo: San Telmo is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, where we can visit numerous old churches, museums, antique shops. It is characterized by its colonial mansions and historic streets.

Recoleta Cemetery: The Recoleta Cemetery is a famous cemetery located in the neighborhood of the same name. The gardens surrounding the cemetery is a popular recreation area.

Malba Museum: It is a private non-profit organization that preserves and exhibits an endowment of approximately 400 works by major modern and contemporary artists of the region.