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Romantic Buenos Aires

Home to the fiery tango and the passionate culture that invented it, Buenos Aires has a soul that's wonderfully lost between Europe and South America, between the past and present.

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Destinations: Buenos Aires · La Boca · Palermo Viejo · Recoleta · Belgrano

Inspired by: Romantic City Getaways — by Sunshine Flint, Published Apr. 2006

Hotels (2)

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    Alvear Palace Hotel

    The posh Alvear Palace Hotel, which celebrated its 80th birthday in 2012, recalls Buenos Aires’s Europhile past. Afternoon tea in the L'Orangerie r

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    Bo Bo Hotel

    The self-described first boutique hotel in Buenos Aires, four-year-old Bo Bo—named in honor of American writer David Brooks’s coinage for “bourgeoi

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Restaurants (2)

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    Il Materello

    Not more than a kick of a fútbol from the Boca Juniors stadium, and as brightly colored as a Caminito house, Il Mattarello is the gritty barrio’s b

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    Casa Cruz

    Popular with the A-list set, Casa Cruz is an upscale Argentinean restaurant known for its clubby atmosphere, lively bar scene, and contemporary cui

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Activities (2)

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    Casa López

    A family of German immigrants opened this marroquinería (leather-store) across from Plaza San Martin in 1943. The shelves are stocked with handcraf

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    La Calesita

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Similar Trips (2)

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  • Buenos Aires' Chic New Budget Hotels

    Buenos Aires, Palermo Hollywood, San Telmo

    Intimate, design-driven "hotelitos" are opening throughout Buenos Aires. We've uncovered four neighborhood favorites that deliver style without sacrificing value.

  • Learning to Tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Buenos Aires, Once

    Onetime home to legendary tango crooner Carlos Gardel, Buenos Aires's Abasto neighborhood is—like the music—experiencing a revival. Immerse yourself in the history of tango culture at Gardel's form



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