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Buenos Aires is one of the biggest cities in Argentina and is the capital. Many Americans flock to Buenos Aires during the winter to take advantage of the moderate Latin American temperatures. January is the hottest month in Buenos Aires, with an average temperature of 86 degrees, while July is their coldest month, with an average temperature of only 44 degrees. While visiting Buenos Aires, you will want to check out the Plaza de Mayo, the city center, with its iconic presidential palace, called the Casa Rosada. This landmark became famous when it was recreated in the musical Evita, based on Eva Peron’s life and death.
When visiting Buenos Aires, one thing to keep in mind is that restaurants follow a different schedule than those you may be used to. Most restaurants open and offer lunch from 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. then they close until 8:00 p.m. for the dinner service until 12:00 a.m. Things seem to move at a slower pace in Buenos Aires than many people are accustomed to.
While visiting, be sure to find a Bounce location to store your luggage short-term. Don't drag your bags through the streets of Buenos Aires until you are ready to find your hotel. Instead, store your bags with Bounce and enjoy a leisurely stroll and window shop.
Bounce is a short-term luggage storage solution and has locations around the globe. With several options throughout Buenos Aires to drop your bags for safekeeping, Bounce makes seeing the world a whole lot easier. Live life light and get the most out of your trip to this intriguing, spicy Latin American city.
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Buenos Aires is a fantastic city steeped in history and Latin American culture. The true pulse of the city is felt in the city center or downtown Buenos Aires. The slower pace of life seems to gain a little momentum, and the traditions of the people become more robust. Visitors will get a taste of authentic Argentine culture when exploring Buenos Aires. With so many different things to see and experience, you can easily become overwhelmed. Bounce has come up with a few starting points for you when you make it to Buenos Aires.
Museums and other cultural attractions in Buenos Aires are not your typical touristy places. Most were built with the heart of the Argentine people in mind, and you can see the vibrancy of these people throughout the entire city. Citizens and visitors converge on these places creating a diverse climate of learning and acceptance.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes: Located in the Recoleta neighborhood, this museum is home to Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Goya, Monet, and Rodin. Local artists are also featured in this art museum. (Bag-check policy: large bags including backpacks, suitcases, and briefcases are to be stored in the wardrobe or lockers and should not exceed 40” x 40” x 20”.)
Museo Casa Rosada: This national history museum is just to the right of the Casa Rosada and is home to artwork and artifacts of Argentina. Murals from David Alfara Siqueiros, a Mexican political muralist, have been restored and displayed on the lower level of the museum. When you leave the museum, have a closer look at the iconic balcony of the Casa Rosada.
Gaucho Day Trip - Don Silvano Ranch: Head out of the city and spend the day with gauchos, or Argentine cowboys, on their ranch. Watch demonstrations on horse wrangling and listen to traditional cowboy folklore. Hop on a tractor for an exciting ride or relax into a carriage as you are whisked across the open terrain. Enjoy a hearty lunch and visit with other visitors and ranch hands.
You cannot visit Buenos Aires without spending at least one afternoon browsing through shops or markets. Browse the many different boutiques, markets, and outlets throughout the city. From high-end designers to handmade crafts, there is a little something for everyone in Buenos Aires.
Palermo Viejo: Check out this mini-city where you can wander through chain stores and boutiques. Cafes, bars, and restaurants are sprinkled throughout the stores, giving shoppers a respite and offering refreshing drinks and scrumptious food. Wear comfortable shoes, Palermo Viejo covers a lot of territory, and you will be doing a lot of walking.
Mirador Guemes Gallery: Located on Florida Street, this shopping mall offers fantastic panoramic views of Buenos Aires from the viewing platform. Like many large malls in the United States, you can spend the entire day here and not visit every store. Grab refreshments at the food court and do some window shopping while trying to decide which shop to visit first.
Galerías Pacífico: When looking for the perfect gift for loved ones back home, check out the shops in this shopping center. Handmade and one-of-a-kind items abound here at reasonable prices. While here, check out the Borges Cultural Center and enjoy a traditional Argentine Tango Show.
Dining in Buenos Aires is an experience that must be savored. Nothing is done quickly when it comes to dining in a restaurant in Buenos Aires. Take the time to truly enjoy the experience of the flavor explosions from traditional dishes such as asado (barbecue), choripán, and empanadas. Bounce has found a few restaurants you will want to check out while in Buenos Aires.
Fogón Asado: Come in and enjoy an eight-course tasting menu, including traditional asado, but served with a twist. You cannot visit Buenos Aires without experiencing their take on good old fashioned barbeque. Sit at the bar and watch the culinary experts working the grill and demonstrating different cooking techniques.
Mi Coleccion De Vinos: Sit down to a five-course dinner and experience all the wonderful flavors of Argentina. Each course is paired expertly with a different wine to enhance the dining experience. The staff will give you a brief history of each dish and wine before you dig in.
Encuentro Nativo: Dinner and a show are common at this restaurant. Best known for their empanada de carne, the flavor profiles offered are as robust as the country itself. While eating, you will also enjoy listening to a tango singer perform, creating a great, relaxed ambiance.
Buenos Aires, Argentina is an interesting place. Technically, it’s not a part of the Buenos Aires Province – even though said province shares a name with the “City of Fair Winds.” Instead, Buenos Aires is a unique district that essentially governs itself. It’s also one of the largest cities in Argentina as well as Argentina’s state capital. As of 2010, Buenos Aires reported a population size of 2.89 million people. It’s a well-known fact that Buenos Aires is also one of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet. Just imagine how busy the City of Fair Winds gets during the Summer!
Unfortunately, Buenos Aires’ massive population also has a larger than average crime rate. All across the board, crime rates in Buenos Aires are fairly high. Robberies are some of the most frequently reported crimes in the city. Moreover, banks, ATMs, bus stops, and train stations are frequently targeted. Criminals also tend to target lone individuals, night-time commuters, and tourists – especially tourists who appear visibly lost. As alarming as these crime stats may be, Buenos Aires is still an amazing place with just as many honest citizens as any other city. You can still have a great time in Buenos Aires, but you really will need to practice safe, smart habits at all times. Contact local authorities if you sense that danger is imminent. If you have children, keep your eyes on them at all times. If you plan on touring the city, use Bounce to protect your luggage. Use our handy app to learn where our luggage storage stations are located.
“What’s the best way to get around Buenos Aires?”
The subway is one of the fastest ways to travel through Buenos Aires, as well as one of the cheapest. Cabs can also be a good alternative for shorter distance trips.
“Is public transportation in Buenos Aires safe?”
Unfortunately, Buenos Aires doesn’t have the safest public transportation system. Subways may help you travel quickly, but many pickpockets tend to lurk around subway stations. When you commute, stay alert and try to travel in a group if possible.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Buenos Aires?”
Palermo is the best place for tourists to stay in. There are plenty of awesome sights and fabulous attractions everywhere you go. You can also stop by any of the many restaurants, food trucks, and food stands in Palermo to get a taste of authentic Argentine cuisine.
“What are the best museums to visit in Buenos Aires?”
Much of Argentina’s history is on display at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. The Palacio Paz is a fantastic exhibit that offers guided tours. Lastly, the Museo de los Ninos is a museum for kids of all ages.
“What’s the best time of year to visit Buenos Aires?”
They don’t call Buenos Aires the City of Fair Winds for nothing. Spring and fall are the two best times to visit. The climate will be perfect for exploring the city, and the cost of your trip will be much less expensive.
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The most popular restaurants to visit are Elena, Sucre Restaurant, and Plaza Serrano. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Buenos Aires are Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires, Esmeralda Palace Hotel, and Hotel.
Buenos Aires offers several scenic parks including Parque Natural Municipal Ribera Norte, May Square, and Botanical Garden of Carlos Thays.
You can find local tourist information at Barrio Chino, Caminito Tourist Assistance Center, and Historic Quarter Tourist Assistance Center.
If you're looking for a good museum in Buenos Aires, we recommend Galileo Galilei Planetarium, Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires, and National Fine Arts Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Buenos Aires's most popular historical attractions including Pink House, Recoleta Cemetry, or Botanical Garden of Carlos Thays and monuments like The Obelisk of Buenos Aires, Torre Monumental, or Fuente Monumental Las Nereidas. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of San Francisco Convent Ruins, Plaza de Toros, or Casa del Gobernador.