What to eat in Buenos Aires


Everyone has a different way of discovering the world. Some people will travel to see breath-taking landscapes and natural wonders; others will do it to see human-made marvels like art and architecture. But there are some others who will tell you that the thing that matters the most is…food!

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5 things you probably didn’t know about Buenos Aires

1) The most visited place in town is a graveyard

recoleta cemetery tour

Believe it or not, statistics show that the most visited attraction is the Recoleta Cemetery. This place is so unique you can be sure you’ll never see anything like it anywhere else. Located in the middle of one of the top neighbourhoods of BA, this little village consists of over 5000 mausoleums becoming a cluster of architectural masterpieces and beautiful artwork. The most important characters in the history of Argentina are buried here, among them the famous Eva Perón. Check out our Recoleta Cemetery Tour.

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Getting to Buenos Aires from the Airport

In Buenos Aires you will find two different airports. One for the international flights, Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini; and the other one for domestic and regional flights, Jorge Newbery Aeroparque (Brasil, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina). This last airport is located in the city, but Ezeiza is located 30km from BA and its accessibility is a bit more complex. This is why we are going to review a few options you can take to arrive to the city.

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Best Museums in Buenos Aires

Top 6 Museums in Buenos Aires

For cultured travellers museums are always an essential part of the visit to any city. If you are this type of guy, this list is for you.

If you are feeling a bit lazy to red through the whole article, the only thing you should know is that Malba and Museo de Bellas Artes are a must because of their invaluable collections. The other ones are really worth visiting not only because of the pieces they hold, but also because they are located in impressive heritage buildings that embody the aristocratic personality of the city.

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