Things to do in Buenos Aires during the summer. Buenos Aires comes alive in the summertime. Everybody comes out to play and there are fun social events, festivals and things to do every day and night of the week. Wanderlust Spanish show you the best things to do in Buenos Aires in January, Febrary and March:
The weekly Saturday PM Open Air Music Festival has become a BA summertime institution since its launch a few years ago. The electronic music event attracts swarms of BA’s party goers every Saturday afternoon to dance, drink and be merry until sundown on the banks of the Costanera surrounded by palm trees and sunshine, while a roster of big-name local and international DJs take to the decks outdoors. You can pre-purchase your tickets here and get in there quick as the first 100 for every event are discounted.
Things to do in Buenos Aires during the summer
You can escape to the Tigre Delta for the day and explore the swampy waterways and verdant islands on kayak. Tigre is an easy 45-minute train ride from Retiro, Buenos Aires’ main train station, though it can also be reached via bus or with a tour service. You can buy a ticket one-way at the station and buy another when you return.. Once you exit the train in Tigre, you’ll find yourself next to the town port.
Here many small wooden boats called lanchas wait for clients to board their frequent trips around the small inlets of the delta and its many islands. Regular transport is available, as well as tours with various durations and routes. There are different options to make your trip unique, such as bird-watching, fishing, and hiking through the forest with knowledgeable botanists. You can make stops along the way for a bite at a restaurant or for a picnic at one of the rest areas
The Rosedal rose garden in Palermo oozes romance, its paths winding around pristine rose beds that bloom with a host of different coloured roses. Expect to see lots of couples strolling around the gardens or whispering sweet nothings in each other’s ears on one of the many benches dotted around the park. If romance isn’t your thing, there are lots of other activities to take part in on the path that rings the Rosedal and the lakes around it, where you’ll see locals running, rollerblading and cycling.
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