La Boca is a working-class neighborhood on the shores of the Riachuelo. Grills and street artists abound at the heartbeat of Tango surrounded by the typical colorful houses of this emblem of Porteño life.
A National Monument built in 1822, located in La Recoleta. Famous for its many imposing mausoleums and vaults, belonging to many historical figures, such as Eva Perón, one of the most popular tombs. The cemetery contains an endless number of legends and myths about love, drama, tragedy and even ghosts sure to captivate every visitor.
VISIT THE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE
Historic pink palace that houses the President’s office and offers guided tours.
Plaza de Mayo Square
XIX CENTURY SQUARE
Its name comes from the May Revolution of 1810 that led to the Independence of Argentina.
Icon of the City of Buenos Aires and National historical monument, built in 1936. It is located in the Plaza de la República, at the cross of the citie’s busiest streets.