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The Best Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires

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Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero , Buenos Aires
4.6
Relax and unwind at the vibrant waterfront of Puerto Madero. Admire the sleek, modern architecture, elegant bridge, and historical warehouses
Tours from $18
Palermo , Buenos Aires
4.6
It may not be the geographical center of the city, but the vibrant neighborhood of Palermo serves as the social hub of Buenos Aires. The dist
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Recoleta , Buenos Aires
4.7
Admire the historical buildings and hundreds of statues of Recoleta, an upmarket neighborhood. The quarter became affluent after wealthy fami
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Duration: 3 hours
This service is unique due to its specific characteristics: small groups of people per tour, one language per vehicle and an excellent profile and preparation of the tour guides. The tour is 3 hours long and visits the most important spots in the spectacular city of Buenos Aires. Your tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off. Tour is limited to 15 people.Languages Offered: Spanish & EnglishWe are granted by the safe travel seal of World Travel & Tourism Council.
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Palermo Soho , Buenos Aires
4.5
In the trendy district of Palermo Soho, find many cafes, bars, restaurants, and boutique shops. Often residing in old traditional houses with
Tours from $21
Palermo Viejo , Buenos Aires
4.1
Explore the streets of Palermo Viejo, an attractive neighborhood featuring many well-kept examples of Colonial Revival architecture and old w
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Where to stay in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires offers an impressive selection of budget-friendly and mid-range lodgings, as well as pricier, more luxurious options for visitors who don't mind splashing out. Good rooms are scattered across town, but your best bet for economical hostels remains San Telmo, a neighborhood on the edge of downtown. For boutique establishments and international five-star hotels, head to Palermo, Recoleta, or Puerto Madero, upscale neighborhoods drawing the majority of foreign visitors.
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