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...neighborhoods, including Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada, Teatro Colón, Plaza de la República, San Telmo, La Boca, Palermo Wo...
...cal Reserve. See major attractions like Casa Rosada, Plaza de Mayo and Caminito, and admire the city’s renowned European...
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... Avenida de Mayo, Plaza de Mayo, and La Casa Rosada. You'll also learn about the history of tango and admire street art ...
...nd each location. You will visit all the major sights including the cemetery at Recoleta, the Casa Rosada, and La Boca.
... La Boca, San Telmo and Palermo and see landmarks such as Teatro Colón, Casa Rosada, Obelisco de Buenos Aires and more!
...Aires, which includes a trip inside the Casa Rosada, on this Viator Exclusive city tour that can't be booked anywhere el...
...e attractions, including Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada and San Telmo Market. Learn about the history of Buenos Aires while ...
Join our 1-Day Buenos Aires Bike Tour: South Districs to visit Puerto Madero, Ecological Reserve, R...
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...ice of the President of Argentina at the Casa Rosada, walk down the street museum of the "Caminito" in La Boca and more.
Join our 1-Day Buenos Aires City Walking Tour to visit: San Martin Plaza, Plaza de Mayo, Metropolita...
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The Casa Rosada is the Argentine equivalent to the White House in the U.S.
The Casa Rosada is the Argentine equivalent to the White House in the U.S. Plaza de Mayo is in front of it, and there are several noteworthy buildings around the plaza, including the National Bank and Bank Museum, and the Metropolitan Cathedral.
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The Museo Nacional del Cabildo y la Revolución de Mayo displays paintings, artifacts, clothes and accessories from the 18th century
A beautiful pedestrian suspension bridge
Catedral Metropolitana, at San Martin 42, close to Casa Rosada
This is the Government Cultural House of Buenos Aires
Manzana de las Luces or 'Illuminated Block'
Don't miss this antique bookstore with plenty of toys dating back to more than 50 years ago
Pasaje San Lorenzo
One of the most traditional coffehouses in Buenos Aires