(Photo by Kara Brugman)
Have a special lunch at the MALBA´s French restaurant, Cafe des Arts, and then spend the rainy afternoon browsing the museums permanent collection of Latin American art and the temporary exhibit of Argentine Contemporary art.
Liven up your evening at Notorious, where cheerful live Brazilian fusion music by Jonga Zambo will be playing.
Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta
Open Thur-Mon 12-8pm. Tuesdays closed.
Callao 966, Palermo
(Photo by bdeboikot)
The city museum ( Museo de la Ciudad) is showcasing a special exhibit on Boxing and other sports that have influenced the culture. For an afternoon submarino (hot milk with melted chocolate) in a picturesque corner of San Telmo, head to traditional Bar Seddon, just a few blocks away.
In the evening head to the Wherever Bar in Palermo for their 5pm-9pm happy hour and British music.
Museo de la Ciudad
Defensa 219, San Telmo
Open Mon-Fri 11am-7pm. Sat-Sun 10am-8pm.
Defensa 695, San Telmo
Fray Justo Sta. Maria de Oro 2476, Palermo
(Photo by Gonzak)
Find out more about popular art and artisans work at the Museo de Jose Hernandez, where you will find ceramics, baskets, knits, instruments and other handmade traditional objects made from local materials.
Club Niceto and Ill Ballo del Mattone are cohosting an Art Party in the evening where some of the local contemporary work will be exhibited as well as live shows ending in an upbeat party that will last until dawn.
Av. Libertador 2373, Recoleta
Open: Wed-Fri 1pm-7pm, Sat-Sun 10am-8pm
Niceto Vega 5510, Palermo.
(Photo by Daniel Ivoskus)
Highlights of the scientific and technological advances of the country, as well as special events and shows are being exhibited in Tecnopolis, a technology and innovation fair which will be open until August. The fair is in the outskirts of the city so we suggest you have the hotel help coordinate transport.
At 9pm renowned Blues musician Vernon Harrington will be playing live at La Trastienda.
General Paz between Balbin and Constituyentes. Villa Martelli
Balcarce 460, San Telmo
(Photo by tasito)
The annual cattle farming and agricultural fair will be taking place until the 26th of July at La Rural in Palermo, showcasing cattle, horses, and other animals as well as regional products and goods and other aspects of the local industry.
In the evening the Centro Cultural Rojas is hosting a party inspired by Gaby Kerpel, a local music-theatre icon who was one of the founders of De La Guarda and who plays a fusion of electronic music with local folklore.
Av. Sarmiento and Plaza Italia corner, Palermo
Centro Cultural Rojas
Av. Corrientes 2038
Saturday and Sunday
(Phot by Maria Teresa Adalid)
Saturday- Puerto Rican dub and reggae singer Mimi Maura will be playing at Club Niceto at 9pm. Niceto Vega 5510, Palermo. 4779-9396.
Saturday-Sunday: Catch one of the shows being staged at the International Puppet Festival.