Frederick, a HomeAway staffer, savors the flavors and sights of Buenos Aires
I know, there are a lot of things, that I can write about B.A., but it will all sound cliche's by now. So, I will go ahead and do a little recap on what we did, while my parents where in town.
- Enjoy cafe con leche with machiato, espresso and of course ( gelato ) outside a cafe and people watch.
- Walk alongside Puerto Madero and cross the Puente de Mujer.
- Head out to La Plata and Tigre for the day, and go for the 1 hr cruise on the river delta. If you had more time, you can go for the 4-6 hr tour, that will lead your cruise to Rio Plata.
- Go downtown: Visit the Plaza San Martin, Obelisco, Plaza de Mayo, and the Casa Rosada. This is a perfect walking day.
- See Evita’s grave and beautiful mausoleums at Recoleta Cemetary.
- Visit la Boca neighborhood. (Stick to the main tourist streets.)
- Go to San Telmo Flea Market on a Sunday, and just stroll to the main thoroughfares in Defesa and Plaza Dorrego.
- Go and try some more restaurants in Microcentro, Palermo ( all its sub burroughs ) Recoleta, Belgrano (Barrio Chino)
- Visit Parque Carlos Thays near the Jardin Zoologico. Go jogging in Plaza Hollanda, Jardin Japones, Ave Corrientes all the way to Parque Manuel Belgrano.
- Shop at the boutiques in Palermo Viejo and stop by Plaza Serrano on a weekend.
San Telmo – Free tango show
Riding the metro in Buenos Aires
Chapel in Recoleta Cemetery
Entrance to the Recoleta Cemetery
Puente de la Mujer
Casa Rosada – Presidential Palace Buenos Aires
San Telmo Market
Typical food you can find in the restaurants in Palermo SOHO, Palermo Hollywood (La Baita Restaurant)
Recoleta Cemetery (Eva Peron’s tomb)
Day trip at Tigre
La Boca neighborhood in Buenos Aires
Right by our apartment