Manzana de las Luces
In colonial times, the Manzana de las Luces was Buenos Aires’ most important center of culture and learning. Even today, this collection...
Intrigued by Buenos Aires’ edgy art scene? Stop by one of the major galleries to behold creative works from photography to sculpture –...
Museo de la Ciudad
This upstairs museum was closed at research time due to major restoration, but in the future you should expect both permanent and...
Federación Argentina de Pato
La Panadería de Pablo
Enter this modern restaurant and be comforted by the awesome design, airy spaces and cozy booths. Try the smoked salmon salad with...
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El Querandí information
This large corner venue is also an elegant restaurant boasting an upscale atmosphere. This show follows tango's evolution from its bordello origins to cabaret influences to milongas and modernism. There’s more low-key dancing than at other shows – and also more singing and musical interludes – so don’t expect overly athletic moves. One minus: columns can block some views.