Unique Places in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina, known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and lively atmosphere. Located on the eastern shore of the Río de la Plata, Buenos Aires is a melting pot of different cultures and influences, with a solid European influence evident in its architecture and way of life.
One of the most iconic landmarks in Buenos Aires is the Obelisco, a towering monument located in the city’s center. The Obelisco is surrounded by many other historical and cultural attractions that are all within the Tripio App and ready to add to your custom itinerary.
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Buenos Aires is a vibrant and exciting city with a rich cultural heritage and plenty of things to see and do. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, food, or just soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of the city, the Tripio App has made it easy for you to enjoy all that Buenos Aires has to offer.
The weather in Buenos Aires is hot and humid in the summer with mild winters. The city experiences high levels of humidity throughout the year due to its location on the eastern coast of South America. During the summer months (December to February), temperatures can reach an average high of around 88°F and an average low of around 68°F. Summer is also the rainy season in Buenos Aires. In the winter months (June to August), temperatures in Buenos Aires are cooler, with an average high of around 68°F and an average low of around 50°F. Now let’s get stuck into some unique places in Buenos Aires.
Delta Terra – Hidden Gem
The Delta Terra natural reserve offers an intimate off-the-beaten-track quiet spot. Relax and have lunch while learning about the natural environment of the Tigre Delta. You can do a self-guided tour of the preserve or take one of the tours offered. Several tour companies have Delta Terra as an option to visit.
Holy Land is a unique biblical theme park. You can walk the streets of Jerusalem, living step-by-step scenes from the life of Jesus as described in the Bible. A 59-foot Jesus rises from behind a rock every hour on the hour. With this theme park being one of a kind, make sure to add it to your customer Tripio App Itinerary. Guarantee it will be an experience unlike any other.
Jardin Japones is the largest Japanese Garden outside of Japan. You will experience gardens, a cultural center, a restaurant, and a greenhouse known for its collection of bonsai trees. The central lake is crossed by the Divine Bridge, traditionally representing entry into Heaven, and by the Truncated Bridge, leading to an island where Japanese medicinal herbs are grown. With Art, History, and Culture selected, this will be one of those adventures added to your Custom itinerary.
Recoleta is a popular neighborhood best known for its Paris-style townhouses, lavish former palaces, and posh boutiques. It’s filled with historical monuments and is home to the National Fine Arts Museum, the National Library of Argentina, and the Recoleta Cultural Center. The Recoleta Cemetery is one of the main tourist attractions in the neighborhood.
Puente de la Mujer aka Woman’s Bridge
Puente de la Mujer is a 335-foot pedestrian suspension swing bridge. It rotates 90 degrees in order to allow water traffic to pass. It was designed by Santiago Calatrava, a Spanish architect, and engineer, and was completed in 2001. The bridge is named for its design, which is intended to evoke the image of a couple dancing the tango. From the bridge, you will have a picture-perfect view of the city.
Museo de Arte de Tigre
Museo de Arte de Tigre also known as the Tigre Club was built in 1912 and became an important meeting place for the rich and famous. The building has two floors with mezzanines with large windows on almost all sides as well as a Marble staircase, Venetian mirrors, and French chandeliers. In 1979 Museo de Arte de Tigre was declared a National Historic Monument. To ensure this makes it on your custom itinerary, Art, History, and Culture need to be listed as very important.
Caminito – Colorfully painted houses
Experience Buenos Aires’ famously colorful street museum Caminito and a Top ten Bucket List adventure in the city. The colorfully painted houses are typical of the immigrant dwellings that came to characterize this portside area towards the end of the 19th and start of the 20th century. Several restaurants offer tango and folk dance shows and the street fills with artists offering original crafts and paintings.
The Obelisco is a national historic monument and icon of Buenos Aires. It was built in 1936 to commemorate the quadricentennial of the first foundation of the city. For special days, the Obelisco is used as a symbol to commemorate.
Lionel Messi World Cup Mural
Last but not least, you have to visit the World Cup dedication mural to the world’s greatest footballer, Lionel Messi. Argentine street artist Maxi Bagnasco painted this mural just days after Argentina won the World Cup 2022. Bring home the perfect souvenir with a photo next to this awesome mural. That concludes our unique places to visit in Buenos Aires.
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Interested in more of Buenos Aires, check out: Top Historical Sites In Buenos Aires
-Catherine Mortimer, Tripio Guru
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