This Week in Buenos Aires


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If you’re planning to visit the city center to see the obelisk, or to take a tour of the Colon Theatre, head to the Palacio de Aguas Corrientes (palace of running waters) on Cordoba Avenue and Riobamba first. Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-1pm.  Riobamba 750 – 1° Piso. Tel: (54-11) 6319-1104.

In the evening, Hernán Gipponi Restaurant will be setting eighteen places for the new One Table event in which 4 tapas, 5 courses, and 5 wines selected by Andrés Rosberg will be shared. Book your place at 3220-6820.


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Stop by the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Recoleta where a special exhibit of Fernando Botero’s work is being displayed until the 30th of June.  Av. Libertador 1473, Recoleta.

In the evening, Brazilian artist Marisa Monte will be staging a live show at the Gran Rex Theatre. Tickets here.


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Take one of the Buenos Aires Histórico Tours led by historians and other humanities graduates from the Buenos Aires University.

In the evening, head to the Centro Cultural Recoleta and catch the stunning Fuerza Bruta show. Tickets here.


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The Cuisine & Vins Expo kicks off at the stunning Palacio Paz until the 14th of June from 5pm to 11pm. A must for foodie and wine enthusiasts alike! Av. Santa Fe 750, Downtown. From 5pm-11pm.

Later on, check out the Palermo gallery circuit at the monthly gallery nights event!

In the evening Iannis Xenakis will be staging a live concert at the Colón Theatre. Tickets here.


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Book your place for the full parrilla experience with Parrilla Tour. These filling excursions, which take place in San Telmo on Fridays, will surely leave you satisfied.

In the evening Moonchild will be staging a live concert at the Teatro Coliséo. Tickets here.

Saturday and Sunday

Remember to make a reservation for Hernán Gipponi’s unique must-try brunch, served on Saturdays and Sundays! Soler 5862, Palermo Hollywood. 3220-6800.

Typical weekend activities in Buenos Aires include the San Telmo Antique Market and gaucho fun at Feria de Mataderos!

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