This necropolis is filled with awe-inspiring marble, granite and bronze tombs and creepy crypts, and houses the remains of Argentine luminaries including Eva Peron, as well as generals and presidents.
Calle Junín 1790, Recoleta, Buenos Aires
This is Buenos Aires's hottest neighborhood at the moment. Discover botanical and Japanese gardens, sprawling parks, hip clothing boutiques and ultra-trendy restaurants, bars and clubs.
Palermo, Buenos Aires
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
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
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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