Buenos Aires: a city full of plans: in order to you have the best stay in the city, we’ll recommend you several plans to do any day in Buenos Aires:
-Visit the Recoleta Cemetery: you can go with a walking tour (cost around $ARG 400) or by yourself. It’s a beautiful place to know, with very antique crypts and graves. You can go to Evita’s tomb and you should know about that history (the cadaver of Evita was stolen and has an interesting story that would be nice to know before visiting the grave or to be told right there).
Buenos Aires: city full of plans:
-Next to Recoleta Cemetery is “Plaza Francia”, its a lovely park in front of Nacional Art Museum.Enjoy the old trees and the monuments. Theres a fair to buy typical things like mate and stuffs. You may see local musicians playing just for tips.
-Bosques de Palermo: if you like out side activity It’s a good route for you! There’s an artificial lake, with boats,and a bunch of large parks to just feel the nature with you. Some people say it’s our “Central Park”.
-Reserva ecológica: Located in Puerto Madero, this is a multi acre park with many walking trails. So many birds! You can walk along the large and muddy Rio Plata. Clean and maintained with bathrooms located in many locations.
-Rio de Vicente López: It is a very small reserve, very well maintained. It only takes about 30 minutes to go through it completely. Nice attraction to add something more to the waterfront of the area.
-National Library: You’ll either love it or hate it, but you definitely can’t miss it! This brutalist architectural style certainly stands out set amid Recoleta’s late 19th/early 20th century European buildings. There are free tours most days. On the grounds of the library there are some pleasant places to sit in garden-like settings.
-Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo: In this museum you’ll can observe the life style of its late 19th century owners. The furnishings are nicely displayed and wonderful art is on display throughout. Take your time wandering through the rooms on several floors and you will be transported back in time.
-Museo del Automóvil Club Argentino: The museum comprises a collection of beautiful vintage cars, collection of racing cars, and of course in Argentina (the home of the Pope) a Popemobile. The vintage cars include an 1892 Daimler, 1903 Holsman, 1907 International Model D, 1904 Darracq, 1903 Peugot, 1908 Fort Model T, 1904 Cadillac, 1897 Benz, 1908 Swift and others. This museum is located a few buildings over from the National Museum of Decorative Arts. It is a very good collection for the club. Admission is free.
-Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes: The last decades of the twentieth century welcomed great referents of international modern art. Thus, works by Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Marc Chagall, Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lucio Fontana, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Henry Moore were added. The history of local production is also told in the halls of the Museum, which exhibits a vast panorama of Argentine art, with works by its greatest representatives such as Cándido López, Prilidiano Pueyrredón, Emilio Pettoruti, Xul Solar, Raquel Forner, Grete Stern, Antonio Berni, Alicia Penalba, Gyula Kosice, Marta Minujín, Antonio Seguí and León Ferrari. In addition, it has an important set of Latin American art, which brings together works by Pedro Figari, Joaquín Torres García, Tarsila Do Amaral, Diego Rivera and Jesús Rafael Soto, among others. In its more than 120 years, the National Museum of Fine Arts has formed an important collection of more than twelve thousand pieces from different artistic, national and international periods, which constitutes it as one of the most important cultural institutions of the continent.
-And the most important! Enjoy our city more by taking Spanish classes in Buenos Aires or improving your Spanish. Knowing the language allows you to get closer to people and local culture. We wait for you in the best Spanish school in Buenos Aires: Wanderlust Spanish.