With 13 million inhabitants, Buenos Aires is the third largest city in Latin America and for me one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Exciting districts, vibrant nightlife, yummy food and many interesting sights, make it the place to be in South America. There are so many places to visit and cool things to do, that you can easily spend one week to explore the city. Buenos Aires is a huge city so that it can be helpful to visit the city by bus (buenosairesbus), which brings you to the most important tourist attractions. If you are staying in the city of Buenos Aires for three days, I would recommend following itinerary, so that you don’t miss all the top things to see and do:
In the morning start visiting the city centre with its famous Plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada. Walk along Avenida de Mayo to get to the Plaza Congreso and admire the imposing Palacio del Congreso. Then you should have a walk on the Avenida Corrientes, the Argentinian Broadway, where you can find libraries, tango houses, cafés and restaurants. The perfect place to eat and have a break. In the afternoon take a picture of the gigantic Obelisk which stands in the middle of the Plaza de la Republica. Next on your list is a visit to the Teatro Colon before finishing the day in the fascinating modern district Puerto Madero and its Puente de la Mujer and the Ecological Reserve.
Start you day with a walk in of the most famous and oldest districts of Buenos Aires, San Telmo. I would recommend you to visit this district on a Sunday, because there is a really nice artisan’s market around the Plaza Dorrego. La Boca is the next neighborhood that you should visit. Wander around the streets with its colorful houses and visit the street museum Caminito, the Usina de las ideas and the football stadium Boca Juniors.
On your last day it’s time to discover the northern part of the city. Emerge in the elegant and expensive world of the district Recoleta and have a look at Eva Peron’s mausoleum in the Recoleta Cemetery. On your way to your last destination admire Floralis Genérica, a giant flower sculpture made of steel and aluminum. Finish your journey in Rosedal, a beautiful rose garden, or wander around the Botanic Garden.