Sight included on our Buenos Aires Free City Tour
The city of Buenos Aires has multiple cultural and historical attractions. And if we speak about history and magic, La Boca is an essential point to know in the city of tango. This charming and colorful neighborhood of Italian roots is located next to the old port of Buenos Aires and has a huge cultural appeal. There you can visit Caminito street -a sort of open-air museum about the tango, and also an art fair- and the famous Boca Juniors stadium.
San Telmo is another charming historical neighborhood of Buenos Aires. It is the oldest residential district of the city and there you can find museums, antique shops, ancient churches, interesting architectural sites and remarkable cafes. On Sundays there is an outdoor fair, and the streets are filled with crafts, antiques and cultural shows. In San Telmo you can not miss the charming Plaza Dorrego.
For its part Palermo is the neighborhood of bars, restaurants and cafes: it is full of activities to do and designer shops to visit during the day, and has an attractive nightlife. The Plaza Serrano is one of the main points of interest, and you can also visit the exquisite forests of Palermo, and the beautiful Botanical Garden.
In Buenos Aires most tourists also want to visit the modern neighborhood of Puerto Madero, known for its glazed skyscrapers. It is seated off the coast of Buenos Aires, and besides being an important business center, it has elegant restaurants and trendy nightclubs. In the vicinity you can cross the Bridge of Women and also enjoy the Ecological Reserve Costanera Sur.