Don’t miss these landmarks and neighborhoods during your visit to the thrilling city of Buenos Aires; featuring extraordinary buildings, cultural attractions and parks, as well as a wide variety of restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Whether you are in Buenos Aires for business or pleasure, you’ll enjoy the best of the city at the Hilton, the best place to begin your exploration of the most vibrant destination in South America.
The neighborhood Hilton Buenos Aires calls home. This waterfront area is the most recently developed and most expensive district in the city. Enjoy its unique style, chic restaurants and luxurious buildings.
You’ll find several dinner and show options, demonstrate your dancing skills at a “milonga”, or watch a performance right on the streets of San Telmo. Learn about Tango history and culture in the Abasto district. Discover why at age 100 Tango is still in style!
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This neighborhood will show you why Buenos Aires is referred to as “the Paris of South America”. Don’t miss the opportunity to walk along the stylish Alvear Avenue as you explore through its luxurious mansions, restaurants and the Recoleta Cemetery; its beautiful mausoleums and statues will lead you to the resting place of Evita Peron and many other important Argentine personalities.
The square gives you a great view of three important buildings that will teach you more about the city’s fascinating history: the Cabildo (Town Council) where the first revolution for Independence took place, the Casa Rosada which functions as the Executive Mansion of the country and the Cathedral.
This neighborhood’s colonial style will remind you it’s the oldest in the city. Go back in time to the eighteenth century as you spend your Sunday visiting the underground tunnels at the Manzana de las Luces or the Antique Market on Dorrego Square.
A picturesque street, bright colored houses and the history of an immigrant neighborhood born in the beginning of the twentieth century.
One of the best concert venues in the world thanks to its acoustics, the recently refurbished Colon Theater features an impressive architecture and breath-taking interiors.
One of the symbols of the city, the Obelisk is located in the wide 9 de Julio Avenue.
Explore great shopping malls like Galerias Pacifico, Abasto and Unicenter, and Florida Street, ideal for those looking for souvenirs and exquisite leather goods. The latest design trends, quality and unbelievable prices make Buenos Aires one hot shopping destination.
Buenos Aires is known for having nightclubs and bars for all tastes Its exciting, never-ending nightlife unfolds in the trendy areas of Palermo and Las Cañitas, to mention just a couple. Restaurants, theaters, and artistic events keep the night young in Buenos Aires.