A great park in the center of Buenos Aires. A good plan to spend the sunday eating a "panqueque"
This museum has what many consider to be one of the most important art collections in all of Latin American. It boasts an eclectic collection of works from Argentine artists as well as Claude Monet, Rembrandt, Picasso and Jackson Pollack. Best of all, it's free every day of the week.
Historic building and the office of the president of Argentina. And the square where takes place all the strikes which are quiet common in this city. In one of the pictures you can see the barriers that are always there to contain the people in case of strikes.
A huge cementery in the center of the city, in the park with the same name. Here is where you can find the tomb of Evita Perón.
The Puente de la Mujer is a pedestrian bridge that spans the Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires. Once the home of the cities ports, the Puerto Madero undertook a massive revitalization in the 1990's after...