Buenos Aires Agenda March/Marzo 2016

Events/Eventos

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(Don’t put all your eggs in one basket by Charles Rodstrom)

Buenos Aires Fashion (BAF) Week takes place from the 1st to the 4th of March featuring the best of the local fashion design for the autumn and winter season. More information here.

Del 1 al 4 de marzo, Buenos Aires Fashion (BAF) Week presenta las mejores colecciones de diseño local para la temporada otoño/invierno 2016. Más información aquí.

The Shakespeare Festival is taking place until the 23rd of April. Activities include theatre functions, film projections, conferences, workshops and more. More information here.

El Festival de Shakespeare se lleva a cabo hasta el 23 de abril. Algunas de las actividades que se llevarán a cabo incluyen funciones de teatro, proyecciones de cine, conferencias, y talleres, entre otras. Más información aquí.

The Colón Theatre inaugurates its 2016 program with a series of Tchaikovsky concerts until the 5th of March. Then, from the 8th to the 11th, the experimental Transformations by Bob Ostertag will take place. Following that, the Beatrix Cenci opera will be staged from the 15th to the 20th. Finally, to wrap up the month and welcome autumn, the Swan Lake Ballet will take place from the 29th to the 31st. Tickets here.

El Teatro Colón inaugura su programa para el 2016 con una serie de conciertos de Tchaikovski hasta el sábado 5; luego Transformaciones: Bob Ostertag del 8 al 11 en el Centro de Experimentación del teatro; la ópera Beatrix Cenci del 15 al 20; y finalmente, para cerrar el mes y darle la bienvenida al otoño, el ballet El Lago de los Cisnes del 29-31. Entradas aquí.

Easter will take place in March this year, and the 24th and 25th are national holidays for this reason. Check out some typical Easter celebrations here.

Las Pascuas se festejan en marzo este año y en Argentina el 24 y 25 son feriados nacionales. Más información acerca de Semana Santa en Buenos Aires aquí. 

Art Exhibits/ Muestras de arte

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A Medio Siglo del Di Tella: The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes celebrates the famous Di Tella Institute, key in promoting the local art scene in the 60’s, with a series of interventions and special activities until the 8th of March. http://www.mnba.gob.ar/

A medio siglo del Di Tella: Con una serie de intervenciones y actividades especiales, hasta el 8 de marzo, el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes celebra al famoso Instituto Di Tella cuyo rol fue clave en la escena de arte local durante los sesentas. 

The MALBA inaugurates a new exhibit on the 4th of March that will take place until the 24th of June featuring the work of Claudia Andujar.

El 4 de marzo el MALBA inaugura una muestra de la obra de Claudia Andujar que estará en exhibición hasta el 24 de junio.

Concerts/Recitales

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John Cale: 3rd of March/ 3 de marzo. Teatro Opera Allianz. Tickets/Entradas.

Maroon 5: 5th of March/ 5 de marzo. Hipódromo de Palermo.Tickets/Entradas.

Ricky Martin: 11th of March/11 de marzo. Estadio Velez Sarsfield. Tickets/Entradas.

Iron Maiden: 15th of March/ 15 de marzo. Estadio Velez Sarsfield. Tickets/Entradas.

Lollapalooza 2016: 17th and 18th of March/ 17 y 18 de Marzo. Hipódromo de San Isidro. More information on tickets here.

This Week: 30th of March-5th of April 2015

Monday

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(Photo by Benjamin Dumas)

Huellas de lo real (Imprints of Reality), is the new photography exhibit taking place at Parque de la Memoria, featuring the works of Juan Travnik and Jonathan Molner. Rafael Obligado 6745, Costanera.

In the afternoon, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm you can stop by the Fierro Hotel garden and grab a couple of cocktails at the new UCO after office event! Soler 5862, Palermo.

Tuesday

A general transport strike will make getting around the city on public transportation somewhat difficult so keep in mind and plan ahead!

A great option for a perhaps drizzly Tuesday is stopping by the stunning Ateneo Grand Splendid, one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world! Av. Santa Fe 1860, Downtown.

In the evening, Tricky will be staging a live show at the Palermo centered Niceto Club. Tickets here.

Wednesday

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Take one of FotoRuta’s Street Scape tours and learn some photography tips while discovering the city from a different angle. More information here.

Later on, check out the vibrant Orquesta Típica Fernández Fierro that will be staging a live tango show starting at 11pm in Abasto. Sánchez de Bustamante 764, Abasto.

Easter Weekend

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(Photo by Liliana Fuchs)

Thursday and Friday are national holidays as the Easter celebrations begin. Check out some details about Easter in the city here.

From Thursday to Sunday a festival featuring music from South America’s Colonial period will be taking place at the Parroquia Inmaculada Concepción in Tigre. Avenida Liniers 1560, Tigre.

As always, UCO´s unique weekend brunch, is a great option to start the weekend just right! Soler 5862, Palermo.

On Easter Sunday, the Colón Theater’s children choir will be presenting music from the Baroque period starting at 11am. Get your tickets in advance at the theatre box office. Tucuman 1171, downtown.

Easter Brunch at Hernán Gipponi Restaurant

The long Easter weekend is the perfect excuse for leisurely brunching and the best place in Buenos Aires for sweet and savory indulgence is Hernán Gipponi Restaurant where special Easter brunch will be offered on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

On all three days, the brunch will feature a light entree of breads, juices, and fruit followed by egg in creamy carrot puree and tomato basil broth.  After that, some delicious tapas including shrimp and baby squid, prepared differently each day, and mackerel empanadas on Friday, spinach puffs on Saturday and goat cheese with mango chutney on Sunday, will set the tone for the rest of the deliciousness to come.

On Friday the main courses will consist of creamy rice with mussels and mushrooms and catch of the day with potatoes au gratin, and fresh greens with arugula oil.  On Saturday, the same fish main course will be served and also chicken breast with curry crème, sweet potatoes and red cabbage. Finally on Sunday, after the catch of the day, the moment of breaking lent will arrive with a delicious lamb in curry sauce, and sweet potatoes and red cabbage.

A deep red berry soup with vanilla ice cream and sable breton promises to end brunch on a sweet note.

On Saturday and Sunday, brunch is 150 pesos per person and on Sunday it is 200 pesos and includes a glass of premium Patritti wine.  Book your place in advance at 3220 6800. Soler 5862, Palermo.

 

Easter in Buenos Aires

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Easter weekend is coming up and should prove to be an eventful festivity given the enthusiasm that the naming of the new pope brought about the Argentine people. Also, since Monday and Tuesday have been added as national holidays in memory of the soldiers in the Malvinas war, the long weekend should prove to be extra long and many a porteño will leave the city for a few days of rest.

On Good Friday expect very little to be open except restaurants, museums and cinemas. We recommend double-checking beforehand.

For those who wish to participate in the religious festivities, the Buenos Aires Via Crucis, in which the fourteen stages of the cross are reenacted, will kick off at 8.30pm at Plaza Lorea on Av. de Mayo and Luis Saenz Peña and will end at Plaza de Mayo.

On Sunday the Catedral Metropolitana will be offering a special Easter mass, and otherwise the Parroquia Madre Admirable in Retiro offers Catholic mass in English at 10am.  Afterwards, the fun part is of course hunting for Easter eggs, breaking lent, and feasting on chocolates and rosca de pascua, a traditional pastry that is prepared for the occasion. Expect restaurants (specially parrillas) to be packed so book your places in advance.

For an alternative Easter celebration, head to the city of Tandil towards the south of the Buenos Aires province, where the locals go every year to gather around the sculptures of the 14 Stations of the Cross.

Don’t forget to shop for the best Easter eggs at these tempting chocolateries!

This Week in Buenos Aires

Monday

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The MALBA is showcasing a new exhibit until the 1st of July on the work of Grete Stern.  Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta. 4808-6500.

In the evening stop by La Peña del Colorado that serves traditional food and stages live shows as well as hosting folklore dances for the community.  From midnight onwards they also encourage the diners to play spontaneous guitar music. (They offer the guitars).  Güemes 3657, Palermo. 4822-1038. info@lapeniadelcolorado.com.

Tuesday

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Take a private tour with Buenos Aires Historico Tours. Their guides are historians and other humanities graduates from the Buenos Aires University and they will show you a unique side of the city! 4307-8539.buenosaireshistorico@yahoo.com.ar

Polish your Spanish and make new friends at the Tuesday conversation classes organized by Bueno, Dale! Spanish School in different city bars. The hour long practice sessions are open for all levels and all one must do is show up from 7pm to 8pm with a 30-peso fee. The location of each event is announced via Facebook.

 

Wednesday

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Take a walk down Pasaje Rivarola, a beautiful hidden street which appears to be stuck in time in the historical downtown area. Built in 1926 and characterized by its mirrored buildings on both sides, it is a regular location for film productions looking for an old fashioned feel. Whilst you’re there visit “La Chacarita de Los Relojes”, a small shop specializing in antique clock and watch restoration.

Later on stop by La Catedral in Almagro where you can take a tango lesson starting at 7.30 pm or 9pm. Sarmiento 4006, Almagro.

Thursday

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Book a special shopping tour with Creme de la Creme. Roam the vintage scene, find the perfect souvenir, get into local designers or discover the art scene in Buenos Aires.  More information here.

Book your place for one of Anuva Wine tastings and discover great Argentine wines.

Friday

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Check out the newly remodeled A-line subway and stop at some of the city’s most emblematic historic landmarks including Plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada, Casa de la Cultura, Café Tortoni and 36 Billares, Congress, Las Violetas and Parque Centenario.

If you are a Beatles fan head to Boris Club de Jazz where Nube 9 will stage a live show at 10pm and interpret the White Album. Gorriti 5568, Palermo.

Saturday and Sunday

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

In the spirit of Easter go on an easter egg chocolate shopping spree at gourmet chocolateries Vassalisa in Recoleta, Tikal in Palermo, and Compañia de Chocolates in Palermo and Recoleta.  We also recommed you try the traditional rosca de pascua.

PM Open air music– Outdoor live music, art and more merge in this new Saturday event which takes place in Palermo from 2pm to 9pm. Paraguay 4905, Palermo

Don’t miss the free concert at the Colón Theatre at 11 am on Sunday. Pick up your tickets in advance! Cerrito 628, Downtown.

On Sunday The Killers will be staging a live show at GEBA. Tickets here.

Find a ten-day weather forecast here.

March in Buenos Aires

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As the legal recess comes to an end and schools begin a new academic year, the city picks up its pace and prepares to receive Autumn and the Easter bunny in full swing.

Live music, art exhibits, and the Colón Theatre Season are all part of the upcoming cultural program.

Festivals and Events

Inauguration of the A line: The historical A subway line, which has been closed during the Summer for renovations, will be reopening this March. On your way to the Tortoni and Congress, look out for the gorgeous new murals at the Plaza de Mayo station by Triangulo Dorado  and other artistic interventions at the different stations and on the subways themselves.

Masa Crítica: 3rd of March. This monthly event gathers bicycle riders the first Sunday of each month at the Obelisco on Av. 9 de Julio with the purpose of touring the city thus promoting the use of bicycles as transport. If you would like to join you can rent a bike at Bici Naranja.

Nighttime tour of the Ecological Reserve- 9th of March. Discover the nightlife of the city’s ecological reserve under the light of the moon.  Sign up in advance for the tour on the 5th of March at 0800-444-5343.

CiuDanza:  14th-17th of March.  Parque Las Heras, Plaza San Martín and Parque Patricios will be the stages for this dance festival that merges dance with urban spaces. Find the full program here.

Colón Theatre 2013 Program: The stunning theatre kicks off their annual program of operas, ballets and concerts. Check out the full program here.

Easter Weekend: 28th-31st of March. With the Autumn chill comes the friendly Easter bunny full of comforting chocolate. Friday the 29th is a national holiday.

Live Music

Elton John- 2nd of March. The legendary singer/songwriter will be playing at Estadio Velez Sarsfield on Saturday. Get your tickets here.

Ian Anderson- 10th of March. Jethro Tull’s leading man will be playing live at the Gran Rex Theatre. Tickets here. 

Moon Park- 16th of March.  The second part of the Moon Park electronic festival, featuring Sasha and Hernán Cattaneo will be taking place at Centro Costa Salguero. Tickets here.

The Killers- 31st of March. The popular Vegas band will be staging a live show at GEBA. Tickets here.

Art Exhibits

MALBA

Adriana Varejao- 27 Mar- 30 Jun.

MAMBA

Ronald Shakespeare Retrospective- 21st March

MACBA

Geometry in Argentina- 9th of March

Juan José Cambré- 16th of March- 12th of May

MNAD

Lucio Boschi Photography- 15 Mar- 28 Apr.

Easter Weekend in Buenos Aires

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Thursday

At 1pm and at 3pm there will be two Polo matches at the Catedral de Polo in Palermo. The entry is free. Av. Libertador 4350, Palermo

Don’t miss the new MALBA exhibit, Bye Bye American Pie, which showcases some of the most influential works in contemporary art by artists such as Basquiat and Nan Goldin, amongst others. Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta.

A special tour of seven historic churches of the city will be held as part of the Easter weekend starting at 5pm at the Basilica Nuestra Señora de la Merced at the corner of Reconquista and Presidente Peron, downtown.

Fierro Hotel hosts it´s Thursday wine tasting where you can 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. 3220-6800.

At 10pm Fritz Lang’s Metropolis will be screened with a live orchestra at the MALBA. Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta. 4808-6500.

Sign up for the Easter Egg Hunt Pub Crawl and get to know the one and only Easter bunny, plus hunt for eggs in different bars and trade them for free drinks! More information here.

Friday

A Japanese tea ceremony will be demonstrated at 4pm at the Japanese Gardens in Palermo.  Av. Figueroa Alcorta and Av. Casares, Palermo.

Don’t miss the new MALBA exhibit, Bye Bye American Pie, which showcases some of the most influential works in contemporary art by artists such as Basquiat and Nan Goldin, amongst others. Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta.

The Jewish community will be celebrating the first night of Pesach at the historic Templo de Libertad where Passover celebrations will kick off at 7.30pm. Libertad 769.  4814-3637.

The Buenos Aires Via Crucis is held every year on Good Friday at Avenida de Mayo where a procession, including a choir and a multitude of lit candles,  will be transiting the historic avenue starting 8.30pm and finishing at 10pm at the Buenos Aires Cathedral.

Bjork will be playing the first of five shows where her album Biophilia Residency  will be presented to the public. On the 6th ,9th , 12th , and 15th of April she will play intimate concerts at the centro de exposiciones and on the  21st she will be staging a larger concert at GEBA. Tickets here.

The 2012 Ultra Music Festival Buenos Aires will be taking place in Costanera Sur with a big DJ line-up including Justice, John Digweed, and Chris Liebing amongst others.  Tickets here.

Saturday

At 1pm and at 3pm there will be two Polo matches at the Catedral de Polo in Palermo. The entry is free. Av. Libertador 4350, Palermo

Don’t miss the new MALBA exhibit, Bye Bye American Pie, which showcases some of the most influential works in contemporary art by artists such as Basquiat and Nan Goldin, amongst others. Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta.

The Jewish community will be celebrating Seder at the Gran Templo Paso, a synagogue on Paso 423, Downtown. 4951-2306/5329. info@grantemplopaso.org.ar

The Orquesta Típica Fernandez Fierro will be playing a lively tango show at CAFF in Abasto starting at 11.30pm. Sanchez de Bustamante 764, Abasto.

The Colón Theatre will be presenting the ballet Carmen. Music by Georges Bizet, Isaac Albeniz, Joaquin Turina with arrangements by Luis Gorelik, Colón orchestra director. Choreography by Mauricio Wainrot.

Sunday

If you would like to attend Catholic Easter mass in English you can go to the Parroquia Madre Admirable near Retiro at 10am. Otherwise, the Christian United Community Church in Acassuso, in the suburbs of the city, offers services in English.

Don’t miss the new MALBA exhibit, Bye Bye American Pie, which showcases some of the most influential works in contemporary art by artists such as Basquiat and Nan Goldin, amongst others. Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta.

La Oreja Negra in Palermo will be hosting a folklore and tango peña starting at 8pm. Uriarte 1271, Palermo.

The Colón Theatre will be presenting the ballet Carmen. Music by Georges Bizet, Isaac Albeniz, Joaquin Turina with arrangements by Luis Gorelik, Colón orchestra director. Choreography by Mauricio Wainrot.

Top 5 Chocolateries in Buenos Aires

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Chocolate seems to be everywhere lately, as the city prepares for Easter. If the sweet aroma of cacao tempts you, you will surely want to stop by one of the following places:

El Viejo Oso: This traditional chocolaterie had its origins in the early forties when Gustav Hermann landed in Argentina after studying patisserie in Switzerland. He began a small marzipan business that evolved into a chocolaterie. His son Claudio then went to study chocolate making in Germany. In the nineties, armed with new knowledge, Claudio turned the chocolaterie into what is now El Viejo Oso, specializing in truffles. The shop has since expanded and has six stores. For Easter they make spectacular eggs from top quality chocolate and since Pesaj is also around the corner they are offering chocolate covered matzá. More information on their facebook page.

Vasalissa: Although newer to the scene than El Viejo Oso, Vasalissa was born from a long tradition of Russian candy and chocolate makers. Founded by mother and daughter Dadi and Federica Marinucci, the chocolaterie combines a chocolate making legacy left behind by Abrascha Benski (Dadi´s father), a careful selection of top quality ingredients and an esthetic element from Dadi and Federica’s artistic backgrounds. The result; smooth, delicious chocolates presented in delicate wrappings that make delightful gifts.

Tikal: This unique chocolaterie combines artisanal processes with carefully selected ingredients from all over the world. Their unique procedure includes a 50-hour method using machines from the 19th century. Since they don’t use additives, they have a rotating menu where top quality seasonal ingredients are featured including cacao from Ghana, Ecuador, Venezuela and Trinidad.

Compañia de Chocolates: Chef Daniel Uria is behind this gourmet chocolaterie. His culinary formation in patisserie and later on his chocolate studies in Germany, New York and Valrhona, were a first step towards what would later be this chocolate lovers heaven. The Palermo and Recoleta stores feature a wide variety of chocolates of course, and also ice creams and baked goods.

Mamuschka:  This typical Bariloche chocolaterie is the favorite of many an Argentine from the south and has a branch in Buenos Aires for Porteños to delight in. Their marzipan is well known as is their “chocolate en rama” (chocolate branches), a typical local format that resembles tree bark.

This Week in Buenos Aires

Those of you visiting Buenos Aires this week may be wondering what will be going on given that Easter tends to promise more quiet time than action and attraction, however, fear not, the city always has something interesting to offer. Literary madness takes a hold of the city starting Wednesday when the annual International book fair is launched and religious celebrations and easter eggs follow as the locals take a few days off from the city leaving it clear of the busy bustle.

Monday

Take a walk down Pasaje Rivarola, a beautiful street which appears to be stuck in time in the historical downtown area. Built in 1926 and characterized by its mirrored buildings on both sides, it is a regular location for film productions looking for an old fashioned feel. Whilst you´re there visit “La Chacarita de Los Relojes”, a small shop specializing in antique clock and watch restoration.

In the evening head to Club Severino for a wild party hosting a gore night promising laughs and scares, make up artists and special effects.  We suggest you take a cab as the surroundings of Av. de Mayo and La Casa Rosada, where the club is located, is a bit dodgy at night.

Pasaje Rivarola- Bartolomé Mitre 1300, between Talcahuano and Uruguay.

Club Severino

Hipolito Yrigoyen 851

11pm onwards

Tuesday

A compilation of Argentine documentary photography (1850-2010) is being exhibited at the Centro Cultural Recoleta until this Sunday. A great opportunity to get a feel of the city’s history.

Afterwards head to the nearby “Clasica y Moderna” a book store and restaurant where you can browse for books,  have a meal or listen to live music. Ana Moraitis  sings live greek music at 9.30 PM. (check the web page for their music program if you’re planning to go at another date)

If you’re in the mood for some clubbing later, head to Palermo where nightclub Kika hosts “Hype”  their  Tuesday hit party.

Centro Cultural Recoleta

Junin 1930

4803-1040

Opening hours- 2pm- 9pm

Clasica y Moderna

Av Callao 892, Recoleta

4812-8707

clasica@clasicaymoderna.com

Kika club

Honduras 5339, Palermo

4137-5313

info@kikaclub.com.ar

Wednesday

For those interested in the local politics and upcoming elections the British-Argentine Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast at the Hotel Panamericano de Buenos Aires to present an analysis of presidential candidates for 2011. The breakfast is $120, to attend send an email to eventos@ccab.com.ar.

For a look at geometric latin american art,  head to the Palais de Glace and check out the “MADI”  exhibition displaying works from Argentine, Uruguayan and Brazilian artists that took part in this movement.

Close by is the display  “Infinito Paisaje”  by Brazilian artists Katia Maciel and André Parente, where they showcase interactive installations and video projections about landscapes and love stories.

In the evening, the Centro Cultural Konex hosts their weekly Milonga “La Garufa” where the traditional tango genre meshes with a modern approach. Beginner and intermediate classes are offered at 8pm, advanced at 9.30pm and the milonga, with a live orchestra starts at 11pm.

Hotel Panamericano

Carlos Pellegrini 551

4348-5000

Palais de Glace

Posadas 1725, Recoleta

4804-1163

Infinito Paisaje

Espacio Fundación Telefónica

Arenales 1540, Recoleta

4333-1300

Centro Cultural Konex

Sarmiento 3131, Abasto

4864-3200

Thursday

A big event this week is the Argentina-England Copa de las Naciones polo match being played in Palermo. The event begins at midday offering live shows and lunch and the match begins at 3pm. Tickets available here.

Later on in the evening, tour the city s art galleries in its first Gallery Night of the year.

A great place for drinks later at night is 878, a hidden bar in Palermo with a great selection of whiskies and cocktails.

Campo Argentino de Polo

Av. Libertador 4300 and Dorrego, Palermo

4777 6444

878

Thames 878, Villa Crespo

4773-1098

Friday

Good Friday is probably the slowest day of the Easter holiday. You have two choices, you either experience the local Easter celebrations or you find something alternative to do. If you go for the first option, you might enjoy going to “Tierra Santa” a surreal religious theme park which has recreated old jerusalem, the resurrection of Christ and many biblical stories including the genesis. There will also be a staged Via Crucis,  but we recommend you experience this  in Av. de Mayo starting at 8.30pm in Plaza Lorea where the the procession will be accompanied by a choir and an orchestra.

If you want something alternative to do, head to the MALBA and check out the Grette Stern and the Nineteenth Century exhibition hosted at 5pm. Hitchcock fans will also be able to catch one of the movies being screened.

Later on at night go to Club Niceto for their Friday “Invasion” bash.

Tierra Santa

Av. Rafael Obligado 5790, Costanera Norte

0800-444-3467

info@tierrasanta-bsas.com.ar

Plaza Lorea- Rivadavia and Paraná

MALBA

info@malba.org.ar

Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta

+54 (11) 4808-6500

Club Niceto

Niceto Vega 5510, Palermo

4779-9396

Saturday

In the spirit of Easter go on an easter egg chocolate shopping spree at gourmet chocolateries Vassalisa in Recoleta, Tikal in Palermo, and Compañia de Chocolates in Palermo and Recoleta.  We also recommed you try the traditional rosca de pascua.

In the evening the Centro Cultural Recoleta hosts a clown and music show at 7pm.

Vasalissa

Avenida Callao 1940, Recoleta

(0)11 4806 4158

Tikal

Honduras 4890, Palermo

Compañia de Chocolates

Beruti 4634, Palermo

(5411) 4776-4614

info@companiadechocolates.com

Rodriguez Peña 1847, Recoleta

(5411) 4813-9434

Centro Cultural Recoleta

Junin 1930

4803-1040

Sunday

If you would like to attend Easter mass in English you can go to the Parroquia Madre Admirable near Retiro at 10am. Otherwise the United Community Church in the Acasuso town on the suburbs of the city offers services in English.

Sunday is also a great day to take a day trip to an estancia where traditional meals and shows are offered. More information on estancias and bookings here. http://www.estanciasargentinas.com/eng/index.php

Parroquia Madre Admirable

Arroyo 917, Downtown

4393-3887