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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Buenos Aires

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Historical Places in Buenos Aires

Cemetery
Cemiterio de Recoleta , Buenos Aires
4.4
Admire the 4,691 elaborate and varied vaults of Cemiterio de Recoleta. The mausoleums display a wide array of architectural styles, sculpture
Tours from $13
Catedral Primada , Buenos Aires
4.6
Despite its undoubted importance as a religious landmark, Catedral Primada is best known as the burial site of General Jose de San Martin, Ar
Tours from $41
Mission
Plaza de Mayo , Buenos Aires
4.2
One of the city's main squares, Plaza de Mayo has long served as a hub for protests, activism, and political activity in the capital. Origina
Tours from $22
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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.
Book on Viator from $29
Historic Walking Area
Caminito , Buenos Aires
3.3
See street art come to life at Caminito, a traditional alley that doubles as an open-air museum. Created by local artist Benito Quinquela Mar
Tours from $15
Palacio Barolo , Buenos Aires
4.5
Survey the streets of Buenos Aires from a lighthouse atop Palacio Barolo, a 22-storey building designed by Italian architect Mario Palanti. T
Tours from $65

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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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