Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires has been coined the "Paris of South America." European-style colonial architecture, exceptional restaurants, designer shopping and a sexy tango culture fill this cosmopolitan town.

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Las Cabras

This parrilla, or steakhouse, grills up juicy cuts of beef, sausages and all manner of animal parts. This is one of the most affordable steakhouse -- and tasty -- in trendy Palermo Hollywood.

Fitz Roy 1795, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires

 
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Nuestro Secreto

Set in a glass-enclosed space, Secreto invites diners to indulge in a traditional asado, or barbecue. Enjoy juicy steaks, suckling pig, roasted potatoes and the seared goat’s cheese appetizer.

Posadas 1086/88, Recoleta

 
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Plaza de Mayo

Visit the city's main square and home to several important buildings, including the Casa Rosada (the presidential palace and former home to Eva Peron)and the Cabildo (former Spanish town hall).

Avenida Rivadavia and Avenida Bolívar, Centro, Buenos Aires

 
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San Telmo Market (Feria de San Telmo)

In Buenos Aires's oldest (and most character-filled) neighborhood -- wander the weekly artisan and antiques market on Sunday, and find everything from vintage posters to old-fashioned seltzer bottles.

Plaza Dorrego, San Telmo, Buenos Aires

 
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Sudestada

This Southeast Asian-inspired enclave is known as much for its uber-affordable prix-fixe lunch menu as for its tasty dinner specials. Try the tenderloin stir-fried with greens or vegetarian noodles.

Guatemala 5602, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires

 
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Teatro Colón

This legendary opera house has been wowing audiences and performers since it first opened in 1908. Buy tickets for a performance, or opt for one of the daily, hour-long tours of the exquisite space.

Libertad 621, Buenos Aires

 
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Visit Puerto Madero

Take an evening stroll in Puerto Madero, the city's sleek, refurbished waterfront, which is now lined with bustling steak and seafood restaurants and nightclubs. Walk across the Puente de La Mujer.

Centro, Buenos Aires

 

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