(Photo by jayneandd)
Rain is forecast for the night so catch a movie at the Anima Film Fest that is screening international films about awareness and conscious living- Find the full program here. Cinemark Palermo, Beruti 3399, Palermo.
(Photo by Manuel P Báñez)
Stop by the Museo Nacional del Libro y de la Lengua (the National Language Museum), where a special exhibit on Julio Cortazar is being held until November. Av. Las Heras 2555, Recoleta.
Later on, get ready for some opera at the Teatro Colón which is inaugurating a production of Elektra by Richard Strauss. Tickets here.
(Photo by Beatrice Murch)
One of the city’s architectural landmarks is the famous Palacio Barolo, full of references to poet Dante Alighieri. Guided tours take place from 4pm to 7pm and evening guided tours at 8.30pm include tasting of an awarded wine and a national delicacy. Av. de Mayo 1370, downtown.
In the evening, staring at 9.30pm, Peter Krantz will be playing French musique at Notorious, club de Jazz. av. Callao 966
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The MALBA is inaugurating a new exhibit featuring famous Argentine artist Antonio Berni’s work. Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Palermo.
In the evening stop by La Catedral for a tango lesson. Sarmiento 4006, Almagro.
(Photo by Marcel van Leeuwen)
If you came to Buenos Aires and you’re not vegetarian, chances are you want some of that famous Argentine beef! Book your place for the full parrilla experience with Parrilla Tour. These filling excursions, which take place in San Telmo on Fridays, will surely satisfy your meat cravings!
In the evening, starting at 6pm, the ragtime festival kicks off until Sunday at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. Junín 1930, Recoleta
Saturday and Sunday
Book your place at Fierro´s unique weekend brunch now revamped with an Irish version as well! Soler 5862, Palermo.3220-6800.
Stop by the ragtime festival taking place until Sunday at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. Junín 1930, Recoleta.
On Sunday evening, Caetano Veloso will be playing a live concert at the Luna Park Stadium. Tickets here.