(Photo by Lu Monte)
Start the week by paying a visit to the Carlos Gardel Museum and learn everything there is to know about the famous tango legend. If you stay until 6.30 pm you can watch some live tango.
The Buenos Aires Tango Queer Festival also starts today and will be hosting workshops, classes and dance shows throughout the week. More information here.
In the evening head to La Cigale to participate in the monthly Pub Quiz (in English) where you can meet people and maybe win something!
Jean Jaures 735, Abasto
25 de Mayo 597, Downtown.
(Photo by claudioruiz)
Explore the Tres de Febrero parks in Palermo. Between Av. Libertador and Lugones, and extending from Av. Casares in Palermo to La Pampa in Belgrano, this group of parks is composed of 25ha made up of 15 public parks and 21 private sport clubs and includes the “Rosedal”, an extensive rose garden, the Sivori Museum, the Planetarium and the Japanese Gardens. Throughout November there is a photography exhibit about the Mayas at the Rosedal.
In the evening head for a special dinner at Unik, a newcomer to the Palermo scene which offers a combination of top quality gourmet dining and modern design.
Soler 5231, Palermo
Lunch- Tue-Sat 12.30-3pm, Dinner: Mon-Sat 8.30pm-12pm
(Photo by Jack Zalium)
Inside a beautiful French style building you will find The Decorative Art Museum, which showcases a collection of local and foreign objects and furniture. The building in itself makes the museum well worth the visit and the cafe in the courtyard is a lovely place for an afternoon stop.
In the evening the Stone Temple Pilots play at the Luna Park Stadium. Tickets here.
Av.del Libertador 1902
Av. Madero 420, Downtown
(Photo by MarenYumi)
Head to the stunning new Faena Arts Center in Puerto Madero, which is showcasing the center´s opening Ernesto Neto exhibit, curated by the Tate Modern’s Jessica Morgan.
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.
Aimé Paine 1169, Puerto Madero
Soler 5862, Palermo
(Photo by Robert Ostmann)
Aiming to promote the urban art scene in Buenos Aires Graffitimundo offers an off the beaten path tour of the city streets. Group tours are offered every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting at 3pm for those interested in learning more about the local street art and the political and social context that is behind it. This is a great option to get to know another side of Buenos Aires. More information on meeting points and prices here.
In the evening Alexandre Babel, Nuno Aroso, Bruno Lo Bianco, Martín Diez and Gonzalo Pérez will be interpreting James Tenney´s contemporary percussion pieces at the Colón Theatre.
Cerrito 628, Downtown
Saturday and Sunday
(Photo by calafellvalo)
Take a day trip to, La Campiña, a 25 year old orange farm in the Buenos Aires town of San Pedro owned by a couple who wished to turn their love for the land into their life. Visits include a tour of the orange plantation (with the added joy of the orange blossoms perfume in the spring), of the selection process, of a dovecot, jam making area, storage and the restaurant. More information here.
Pop Diva Britney Spears stops by Buenos Aires on her Femme Fatale World Tour to put on one of her famous shows at Estadio Unico de La Plata on Sunday 20th of November. Tickets here.