Attractions

Top Choice Palace in Concepción del Uruguay

Palacio San José

Topped by twin towers and surrounded by elegant gardens, Justo José de Urquiza’s ostentatious pink palace is 33km west of Concepción. Set around an arched patio, with a walled garden out back, it was built partly to…
Top Choice Notable Building in The Center

Casa Rosada

On the eastern side of Plaza de Mayo stands the Casa Rosada (Pink House), named for its distinctive color. It was from the balcony here that Eva Perón famously addressed the throngs of impassioned supporters packed …
Top Choice Notable Building in Congreso & Tribunales

Palacio Barolo

One of Buenos Aires' most beautiful buildings is this 22-story office block, whose unique design was inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy; its height (100m) is a reference to each canto (or song), the number of floors …
Top Choice Notable Building in Córdoba

Manzana Jesuítica

Córdoba’s beautiful Manzana Jesuítica (Jesuit Block), like its counterpart in Buenos Aires, is also known as the Manzana de las Luces (Block of Enlightenment), and was initially associated with the influential Jesui…
Top Choice Architecture in La Plata

Casa Curutchet

The famed French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier only built two structures in the Americas: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard, and Casa Curutchet. The strikingly modern house, commissioned by the Argentin…
Top Choice Notable Building in Retiro

Palacio Paz

Once the private residence of José C Paz – founder of the newspaper La Prensa – this opulent, French-style palace (1909) is the grandest in BA. Inside its 12,000 sq meters are ornate rooms with marble walls, salons …
Top Choice Historic Building in Bahía Blanca

Museo Taller Ferrowhite

Ferrowhite is the kind of ghostly landmark you see from far away and no matter how eerie, you can't stop yourself from inching closer and closer. The castle-like power plant, built by Italians in the 1930s, sits bes…
Notable Building in The Center

Manzana de las Luces

In colonial times, the Manzana de las Luces was Buenos Aires’ most important center of culture and learning and today the block still symbolizes education and enlightenment. Two of the five original buildings remain…
Architecture in Salta

Centro Cultural América

A former church built in French academia style between 1721 and 1732, in 1913 it became Salta’s most important social club until the government took it over in 1987. In 1994 it was declared a national landmark. It's…
Monument in Parque Provincial Aconcagua

Cristo Redentor

This monument tops a high altitude pass, once occupied by a rail line linking Argentina and Chile, offering spectacular Andean vistas. The dirt and gravel road from RN 7 to the pinnacle is potentially nerve racking …