This Week in Buenos Aires


Most museums are closed on Mondays, so it’s a good day to view the city’s architectural landmarks, such as the Casa Rosada, The Cavanagh Building, and Congress amongst others. Check out some suggestions and quirky finds here.

(La Giralda by azotesdivinos)

Browsing the Corrientes bookstores is also an enjoyable option that should be accompanied by a hot chocolate with churros at traditional cafe La Giralda.

In the evening go to Club Severino party at ‘Previous’ nightlcub for a peek at the Buenos Aires nightlife.

La Giralda

Av. Corrientes 1453, Downtown


Open: Mon-Sun 8am-closing

Cash only


Hipólito Yrigoyen 851, Downtown



(San Telmo corner by _high plains drifter_)

Street art, contemporary art galleries and the recently reopened MAMBA, make San Telmo one of the artistic epicenters of the city.  Check out Masotta Torres Arte Contemporaneo  and Arte 713. Also in the area is renowned silversmith Marcelo Toledo’s showroom. For some great food in the area head to Café San Juan where the delicious and abundant portions will surely leave you satisfied.

In the evening the majestic Colon Theatre is staging The Magic Flute.

Cafe San Juan

Av. San Juan 450, San Telmo


Open: Tue-Sun 12am-4pm and 8pm-closing

Colon Theatre

Cerrito 628

4378 7100


(Fainá by mteson)

If you’re planning on going to the famous Av. 9 de Julio and to the obelisco, Wednesday might be a good day as you can catch a free classical music concert in the close by Gran Rex Theatre at 1pm. Right across the street from the theatre is “Las Cuartetas” one of the most famous pizza parlors in town. We recommend you try the ‘Fugazzeta’ (an onion and cheese pizza) and fainá, a thin chickpea “tortilla”

In the evening British singer Jaime Lydell presents his last record, Compass, in Niceto Club in Palermo.

Gran Rex

Av. Corrientes 857


Las Cuartetas

Av. Corriente 838


Open: Mon-Fro 12pm-4pm and 8pm-closing. Sun 6pm-closing.

Niceto Club

Niceto Vega 5510, Palermo


Tickets: $100 cash only on location or buy them here.


(Palacio San Miguel by Mario Pernicone)

Visit the International Decorative Art Fair ENIARTE at the stunning Palacio San Miguel. Walk 3 blocks to the Piedras subway station on Av. de Mayo and take a ride in this historic subway line, to either plaza de mayo or in the other direction to congress.

In the evening go to Señor Tango for an all out Broadway like tango show that, although pricy, will knock your socks off. Make sure to have the hotel and the theatre call a cab to go to and from this place as it is in a somewhat dodgy area.

Palacio San Miguel

Suipacha 84, Downtown.


ENIARTE open from 1pm-9pm

Señor Tango

Hipólito Vieytes 1653, Barracas


Mon-Sun 8.30pm- closing


(Reserva ecológica by ag2078)

Take advantage of the sunny weather and go for a walk to the ecological reserve in Puerto Madero where you can get the best view of the city!

In the evening head to Clásica y Moderna for a live musical concert “Un Tal Julio” inspired by the poetic universe of Julio Cortazar.

More live music in the Luna Park will be offered by John Fogerty.

Ecological Reserve

Av. Tristán Achával Rodríguez 1550


Open: Tue-Sun 8am-6pm

Clásica y Moderna

Callao 892, Recoleta


Luna Park

Av. Madero 420


Tickets  here

Saturday & Sunday

(La Bombonera by lphtjes)

Willy Gonzales & Micaela Vita– Modern Argentine folkloric music with jazz influences.  Saturday 9pm. La Oreja Negra. Uriarte 1271, Palermo.

-Boca/River football match on Sunday at the ‘bombonera’ (Boca Stadium). Go to Boca Experience to coordinate your visit to the stadium, the museum and the match.

-Mariano Mores bids farewell. Legendary pianist, composer, orchestra and tango director plays his last show this Sunday at 8pm at the Teatro Gran Rex. Corrientes 857.  Tickets here.

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