(La Bomba del Tiempo. Photo by Scorbette37)
Walk the cobblestone streets of San Telmo until you wind up in literary restaurant El Historico set in what allegedly used to be author Jose Hernandez house. Don’t leave without trying their historical dessert platter.
In the evening head to the Bomba del Tiempo at Centro Cultural Konex to dance to the rhythms of this acclaimed percussion orchestra- A Monday classic.
Mexico 524, San Telmo
Centro Cultural Konex
Sarmiento 3131, Almagro
(Photo by Cecilia Brezzi)
For an off the beaten path activity, don’t miss Fueguia in Palermo, a scent lab where you can sniff out nature, or aromatic blends reminiscent of writers such as Borges. For more unusual activities in Buenos Aires here .
In the evening head to the Rio Cafe where the popular cocktail bar is hosting their Jazz and Funk night starting at 9pm.
Cabello 3791, 2 floor, aparment J
Honduras 4772, Palermo
(photo by kara brugman)
The MALBA (museum of Latin American art) is celebrating their 10th birthday with an exhibit of contemporary Argentine art from the 80´s to the present. Well worth the visit for those interested in the flourishing local art scene.
In the evening, Escalandrum, distinguished for its unique fusion of local popular music and jazz, will be playing at Thelonious at 9.30pm
Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta
Open 12-8pm. Tuesdays closed. Wednesdays open until 9pm.
Salguero 1884, Palermo,
(Helicopter view of Puerto Madero by Roger Schultz)
Take a helicopter tour of the city with TANGOL and view Buenos Aires from above. The ride lasts 30-45 minutes and flies you over the city center and some of the outskirts of Buenos Aires including the Tigre delta. More information and bookings here.
Book your place for the Fierro Hotel’s Thursday wine tasting and sample some great Argentine wines, chosen by the president of the Argentine Sommelier Association, Andres Rosberg, and in-house Sommelier Martin Bruno. Tastings cost 25 USD per person and are limited to 7 people.
Soler 5862, Palermo
Wine Tasting at 7pm
(Photo by Maria Teresa Adalid)
The Puppet Museum in San Telmo has a beautiful collection of puppets from all over the world as well as a specialized library and an antique puppet theatre where shows are occasionally staged.
Head to Sala Siranush in Palermo to witness the kitschy dance show staged by Los Amados where they dance to slow songs, cumbias, merengues and cha cha cha. The best part is there’s an open dance floor for the public to join the fun, and for those who would rather sit the dance out, dinner and drinks are also available! The show starts at 9pm.
Piedras 905, San Telmo
Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 10am-12.30 and 3-6pm.
Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays: 3-6pm
Armenia 1353, Palermo
Saturday and Sunday
(photo by bop/P&S )
Unique interior design store Pehache is hosting an exclusive Saturday sale for those who go with this printed out flyer. They will also be offering special snacks and treats at their in-house coffee store. Gurruchaga 1418, Palermo. 4832-4022 http://pehache.com/
The Japanese gardens in Palermo will be hosting a one of a kind Bonsai exhibition on Sunday from 10 am- 6pm. Av. Figueroa Alcorta and Casares, Palermo. http://www.jardinjapones.org.ar/.