Museo de la Inmigración
Torre de los Ingleses
Standing prominently across from Plaza San Martín, this 76m-high miniature version of London’s Big Ben was a donation from the city’s...
Basílica de Santísimo Sacramento
In the shadow of the Kavanagh building is this French-style church built by the Anchorena family in 1916. Inside, check out the original...
Monumento a los Caidos de Malvinas
This cozy Irish pub sports an intimate and uncrowded atmosphere. A wide range of aged whiskeys, imported liquor, blended cocktails and a...
This attractive, modern and upscale parrilla restaurant is on a pedestrianized street downtown. Plenty of good beef is slapped on the...
Museo de la Inmigración information
Lonely Planet review
At this engaging museum, old photographs, films and artifacts tell the stories of the European immigrants who arrived in Buenos Aires in the late 1880s.