Plaza de Mayo
Its name is a tribute to the Revolution of 25 of May of 1810, that happened in this same place and that initiated to the gesta of the Argentine Independence. The Plaza de Mayo is the epicenter of the most important political events in Argentine history. Here is the Casa Rosada, seat of the National Government.
The Planetarium is the main center of popularization of astronomy of the city. The Planetarium houses a collection of meteorites from the North of Argentina, as well as the sculpture "Surprised" by Italian Nicolas A. Ferrari, a monument in honor of Nicholas Copernicus.
La Floralis Genérica
A huge flower of more than 20 meters in height of stainless steel is a work of the Argentine architect Eduardo Catalano and was donated to the Government of the City in 2002. The Flower is one of the most singular monuments of the city.
A dance full of passion, he possessed it turned into dancing. The Tango is the intimate fiber of the city. In each neighborhood you will find bars and venues dedicated to this dance, the symbol par excellence of Argentina.
It is one of the oldest and most traditional neighborhoods, home of the Historic Quarter and many ‘tanguerías’. You will find the "Paseo de las Historietas", the "Mercado de San Telmo", many bars and a nightlife that will catch you. In the heart of San Telmo is the Plaza Dorrego, the oldest in Buenos Aires after the historic Plaza de Mayo. On Sundays this space is the scene of the most important outdoor antiques fair in the city.
It is the most famous street in the neighborhood of La Boca, a pedestrian promenade where you can breathe and dance tango. This compendium of little streets is a museum with open air exposure, its typical venetian conventillos that show its painted walls of different and lively colors give life to an iconic site that you can not miss.
It is one of the youngest neighborhoods of the city, has an interesting nightlife and an attractive gastronomic pole. This neighborhood, whose streets pay tribute to outstanding women of Argentine history, became an exclusive residential and business center of the city. In Puerto Madero is located one of the emblems of the neighborhood, "The Bridge of the Woman".
It is one of the most important lyric theaters in the world. The Colón Theater is a hotbed of renowned artists and one of the most important in the world for its architecture, acoustics and trajectory, an Argentine icon of art, music and dance. The Colón Theater has a guided tour to know and dazzle with the history that is lived in every corner of the majestic building.
It is the icon, the largest representative emblem of the city. A photo at your feet is an obligation of all those who visit Buenos Aires. The Obelisk is strategically located at the intersection of two of the most important avenues: 9 de Julio, among the widest in the world, and the "Corrientes" street.