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Things to do in Buenos Aires

  • HB Antiques

    As Recoleta mansions were carved into progressively smaller apartments after World War II, the city found itself awash in Art Deco furniture sold b... More
  • Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo

    Pretty without being pretentious, the Buenos Aires horse-racing track bears witness to the elegance that once surrounded the sport. The track and i... More
  • Humawaca

    For years, Argentine leather goods were (in)famous for combining good materials with bad design, something that people like Humawaca cofounder Ingr... More
  • InterBaires Free Shop

    It’s actually quite spectacular and literally impossible to avoid (you must pass through it to get to departures gates), so you may as well browse ... More
  • International School of Dance and Art

    Perfect your own moves with renowned tanguero Carlos Copello at his movement school (classes from $3). You won't be an expert overnight, but you wi... More
  • La Boca Neighborhood

    Strictly working class, La Boca retains the Italian identity of the immigrants who landed here. You’ll find plenty of good food, but skip the touri... More
  • La Calesita

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  • La Casa del Habano

    Choose between complimentary cognac and coffee to accompany your top-notch Cuban in this sleek cigar store and lounge. Unlike in the rest of the ai... More
  • La Peña del Colorado

    Argentina's leading folk musicians stamp out complex rhythms at Palermo's popular music hall. More
  • Las Oreiro

    There’s a blue Vespa parked just inside the door of Las Oreiro, owned by actor and singer Natalia Oreiro. Inside, the structural columns are covere... More
  • Librería El Ateneo Grand Splendid

    Locals shuddered and shouted when rumors circulated in 1999 that this historic theater might be torn down. The building has been declared a landmar... More
  • Librería Yenny

    This Barnes & Noble–style bookstore sells Spanish-language books, music CDs, children’s games, and a wide selection of DVDs. The airport Yenny (pro... More
  • Lucila lotti

    A customer purportedly bought shoes here, wore them when she got home to Manhattan, and pretty soon the costume department for the Sex and the City... More
  • Maita Barrenechea

    Barrenechea is known for helping to cultivate travel to Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. When Argentina had very little travel infrastructure, Barren... More
  • Malas Artes

    After 10 years on Palermo Viejo’s Plaza Julio Cortázar—a small plaza that’s the epicenter of Buenos Aires nightlife—this artsy bar has perfected th... More

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