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Things to do in Buenos Aires

  • Malba

    Opened in 2001 as a sort of personal art museum of Argentine über–real estate developer Eduardo Costantini, MALBA—the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano... More
  • Manuel Tienda León

    The most reliable of the airport remis (taxi) services, this 82-year-old company shuttles passengers between Buenos Aires and the airport in late-m... More
  • Marcelo Toledo

    This master silversmith creates ornate, silver-lined gourds for sipping mate, Argentina's national drink. We love his re-creations of Eva Peron’s g... More
  • Mariano Toledo

    A 1960’s vibe permeates Mariano Toledo, where a bright-green rug pops on the stark white floor. A pleated mini is accessorized with green floral ti... More
  • Mataderos

    Named for the slaughterhouses that provided Buenos Aires with its beloved carne, Mataderos is a far-flung industrial neighborhood known for its tra... More
  • Mataderos Fair

    This weekly street fair is where Porteños go to discover their country’s rural roots without leaving the city. Started in 1986 in the distinctly bl... More
  • Mercado del Progreso

    In less-visited Caballito, locals have bargained with butchers and greengrocers for more than 100 years under these iron arcades. More
  • Mercer

    Gawk at the interior decoration at this humongous full-service denim store: floor-to-ceiling library bookcases filled with jeans; wicker fans turni... More
  • Microcentro

    Here, the Casa Rosada—the president’s offices—and the colonial-era Cabildo government house bookend Buenos Aires’s most famous square: the Plaza de... More
  • Mishka

    The streets between Plazoleta Cortázar and Plaza Palermo Viejo are packed with stylish boutiques. Stop by Mishka for affordable sandals.   Created ... More
  • MU

    The little orange house where MU has set up shop was once a private home. Now the bathroom provides space for a clerk and a computer; doors have be... More
  • Museo Evita

    A 1920's-era mansion, once a women's shelter started by Eva Perón, is now a museum devoted to the first lady-turned-cult figure, with a collection ... More
  • Nadine Zlotogora

    Walk down a short corridor and ring the bell to enter Nadine Zlotogora, where a rich-hippie aesthetic rules. The frothy confections—tiered black do... More
  • National Museum of Fine Arts

    Old-world masters like Rubens and Picasso are well represented, but the best part of the museum is the Argentinean art—the most extensive collectio... More

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