This Week in Buenos Aires

Monday

(ArteBA by Fabio Tellez)

Today is the last chance to visit ArteBA for those that weren’t able to last week. In the vicinity is Feria Puro Diseño (the best of Buenos Aires Design) which is on until Wednesday.

In the evening head to the Carlos Gardel Museum for a tango concert.

Museo Carlos Gardel

Jean Jaures 735, Almagro

4964-2015

Open: Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun- 11am-6pm

Concerts: Mondays at 6.30pm

Tuesday

(Floralis Generica in Recoleta by henry0)

For the more athletic, an urban running tour around Recoleta and Palermo is a great way to squeeze in some exercise whilst getting to know interesting information about the city sites, which also work as rest stops. More information here.

In the evening the Argentina Independent is hosting a May Pub Quiz (in English) in La Tribu bar where you can meet people and maybe win something! Another great option for the night is heading to nightclub Bahrein for its Tuesday Drum and Bass party.

Bar de La Tribu

Lambaré 873, Almagro

Starting 8PM

Contact: events@argentinaindependent.com to reserve your place in a team.

Bahrein

Lavalle 345, downtown.

From 11pm onwards (remember partying starts later here at pox 1am)

Wednesday

Independence day “pastelitos”  by j-cornelius)

Celebrate the Argentine Independence by heading to the Feria de Mataderos (we recommend you take a cab) where you can experience the national folklore, and typical customs related to the gauchos. Don’t miss out of the “locro”, a typical soup made on national holidays which has legumes and different meat cuts. Another festive bite to try are the “pastelitos” which are sweet crispy pastries filled with sweet potato jam or quince jam.

In the evening, the Rio Café host their Wednesday hit “Rock in Rio”.

Feria de Mataderos

Mercado Nacional de Hacienda

‪Lisandro de la Torre Av. and Los Corrales Av.  ‬

Rio Café

Honduras 4772, Palermo‬

Open 11pm-3am‬

Thursday

(Palacio Paz by alanlangdon)

Take an English tour of the stunning Palacio Paz at the Circulo Militar at 3.30pm and discover the Parisian influence on Buenos Aires architecture.

In the evening, catch Canadian circus group PSY at Parque Patricios for a great show that is sure to surprise you.

Palacio Paz

Av. Santa Fe 750, Downtown

4311-1071

PSY- Polo Circo

Combate de los Pozos 1700, between Garay and Brazil, Parque Patricios.

Tickets: 40 pesos, available on location or at Casa de la Cultura.

Friday

(Clavel del Aire-Luis Perlotti  by felixion)

Check out some of the local sculpture at Museo de Esculturas Luis Perlotti set in the sculptors home and atelier in Caballito. Also exhibited in the museum is a temporary display of ceramics by Carlota Cairo.

In the evening continue with the art scavenging at the monthly gallery nights, where you can explore the cities art galleries amongst enthusiastic crowds.

Another alternative is heading to the Oreja Negra to listen to some of Pablo Dacals’ talent and music.

Museo de Esculturas Luis Perlotti

Pujol 644, Caballito

4433-3396

Open: Tue-Sun 11am-7pm

La Oreja Negra

Uriarte 1271, Palermo

info@laorejanegra.com.ar

The show starts at 9pm. Entrance fee 30 pesos.

Saturday and Sunday

(Planetarium by henry0)

Visit the Planetarium  at 3pm to get a very special view of the sun.

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