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Things to do in Buenos Aires

  • Ocho7Ocho

    Buenos Aires is in the midst of a boom of speakeasy—like puerta cerrada (“closed door”) bars and restaurants. Ocho7Ocho, a converted mercado de pul... More
  • Pablo Ramírez

    Arguably the top fashion designer in Buenos Aires, Ramírez’s store and clothes exude a minimalist elegance that borders on the monastic (although t... More
  • Palacio Barolo

    This recentlry resotred structure became the city's first skyscraper when it opened in 1923. A tour of the Art Nouveau-inspired building offers som... More
  • Palermo Hollywood

    So-named because of the number of TV studios within its boundaries, the tree-filled and cobblestoned Hollywood is ground zero for the city’s restau... More
  • Palermo Soho

    If there is one neighborhood that epitomizes the retail renaissance of Buenos Aires, it is Palermo Viejo, also known as Palermo Soho. Droves of you... More
  • Palermo Viejo

    Home to the bohemian enclave of Palermo Soho, this was the first of the city’s gentrified districts, and is still an art and design hub. With low h... More
  • Papelera Palermo

    The streets between Plazoleta Cortázar and Plaza Palermo Viejo are packed with stylish boutiques. Stop by Papelera Palermo for fine handmade paper ... More
  • Pasiones Argentinas

    This smart stop for traditional Argentine items sells woven gaucho-style ponchos, silver jewelry, supple leather belts and wallets, and the ultimat... More
  • Patio Bullrich

    Despite—or maybe because of—its chandeliers and dramatic glass ceiling, some visitors will find Patio Bullrich, considered the town’s most prestigi... More
  • Pérez Sanz

    The collection of handbags includes a small clutch covered with interlocking silver disks for $495, and a triangular purse decorated with chrysopra... More
  • Pick Market

    For foodie souvenirs, visit the new gourmet market in Recoleta. More
  • Plata Nativa

    Somehow Sharon Stone discovered Plata Nativa and went crazy for the multistrand necklaces combining turquoise, amethyst, quartz, lapis, and other s... More
  • Plaza de Congreso—Plaza de Mayo Corridor

    When people refer to Buenos Aires as the Paris of South America, they are remembering this genteel quarter along the Avenida de Mayo. The city’s fi... More
  • Plaza de Mayo

    A tidy square dating from the 1580's, lined with Neoclassical buildings like the Catedral Metropolitana and anchored by an ornate cast-iron fountai... More
  • Plaza Dorrego

    On Sundays it seems like the entire population of Buenos Aires flocks to San Telmo, a newly chic boho district. Start at Plaza Dorego then fan out ... More

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