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Buenos Aires is a city made up of European and American influences, but has a very distinctive style. It is known for its wealth of art and literature, as well as its architecture. Buenos Aires was named by the Spanish in honor of San Salvador de Buen Ayre (Holy Savior of the Sea), but then became known as the “Paris of South America.”
Buenos Aires has so much to offer, so you don't want to miss out on any of the best places. So if you're planning a trip here, here's the list of my top recommended free places to visit in Buenos Aires!
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My favorite place! Walking around this neighborhood during weekdays is usually empty. But during Sundays, this neighborhood is filled with locals and tourists. Lots of activity happening here: antique/vintage shops, street performers, dancing and more!
Ateneo Grand Splendid
Perfect for book lovers/bookworms! This place was a theater before and now being used as a library/bookstore.
A government building turned into museum, was built in 1770 to house the Royal Court. Today it houses an extensive collection that includes paintings, sculptures and historical artifacts.
La Casa Rosada
The pink house, also known as Casa Rosada, is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina. The palatial mansion features a European influenced design that has been kept since its construction.
The Congress Building of Buenos Aires is open to tourists, who can take a tour of this magnificent building and learn about its architecture.
La Recoleta Cemetery
This cemetery is home to some of Argentina’s most famous figures, but visitors will find the vast space and gorgeous architecture equally impressive.
La Chacarita Cemetery
La Chacarita is another cemetery where many important people are buried. It's a bit off the beaten path in Palermo and offers an escape from the crowds of the Recoleta Cemetery. A very pleasant experience, especially if you have time to take a stroll around this quiet place full of trees and grassy areas.
This sculpture is a gift from Eduardo Catalano to Buenos Aires. Catalano, who lived between 1936 and 2009, was an artist, designer and collector.
Located in the middle of a highway, Obelisco is one of the most famous monuments of Argentina and a symbol of its identity. In 1936, when it was built, the first Argentinian flag was placed here.
Tres De Febrero
A huge park where tourists and locals can have a picnic or just bond with their families. It has a wide variety of trees from the different regions of Argentina.
Barrio Chino is a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a place where many Asian immigrants live and work. It has a lots of traditional Chinese restaurants, supermarkets and shops that sell imported Asian products.
Crowds of people gather here. They have a variety of food trucks to choose from and lots of people hang around here eating and drinking.
This place is a must! It's a walking path that is usually full of locals, tourists, street entertainers and more. Definitely one of the most touristy areas of buenos aires. The best part is that you get to see various parts of the city all in one place!
Centro cultural Buenos Aires is the hub of all things happening in the city. it is where you can find all kinds of arts exhibits, take classes, watch plays and even concerts, eat good food and network with art lovers.