Buenos Aires, Argentina’s beautiful cosmopolitan capital, is known for its Latin heat, gorgeous colonial architecture and buzzing nightlife.
Buenos Aires is located on the western shore of the Río de la Plata, on South America’s southeastern coast and welcomes over 2 million annual international visitors every year. This rich and vibrant city is loved by tourists seeking everything from a thriving arts scene to architectural beauty.
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What to do in Buenos Aires
Hang out in Plaza de Mayo – Buenos Aires’ famous square is right in the heart of the city and the perfect place to begin your holiday adventure. You can visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, see the Pirámide de Mayo, a white obelisk honoring Argentina’s May Revolution, and visit Casa Rosada, the pink-colored palace that houses the presidential office.
Walk the halls of Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes – Buenos Aires’ museum of fine arts is known for housing some of the world’s most famous artists – including Van Gogh, Monet and Picasso – as well as works from many brilliant South American artists. Admission is free and the building itself is lovely – what more could you want for a cultural day out?
Visit Recoleta Cemetery – The resting place of many famous and powerful Argentinians, in Recoleta Cemetery you’ll find a large collection of incredible mausoleums including Eva Perón’s famed tomb. Entry is free, but don’t forget a map to help you get around and find the monuments of most interest.
Buenos Aires welcomes flights from all over the world and is served by two main airports – take a look at the information below to see which is best for you:
Ezeiza International Airport (EZE)
Argentina’s biggest airport, the Ministro Pistarini is roughly 32 km from Buenos Aires’ city center. This is the most popular place for long-haul arrivals from international flights though it does also accommodate some regional and domestic flights. By car, the journey to the city center takes about 50 minutes – you can make life easier by opting to use our luxury airport transfer service to drop you straight to your hotel lobby.
Jorge Newbery International Airport (AEP)
The Jorge Newbery is located in the city of Buenos Aires. The airport is smaller than Ezeiza airport and is just 8 km from most of the main hotels in the city center – making the journey about 25 minutes – our door-to-door luxury transfer service can take you from your private jet to your hotel in a single seamless, relaxing journey.
Seeking the best Buenos Aires hotels? Well, we’ve got you covered – no matter what your taste or style, there are hotels in Buenos Aires to accommodate every need. We’ve listed our three favorite luxury hotels below:
Be Jardín Escondido
When it comes to urban getaways, it doesn’t get much better than this. Located right in the heart of the city, and walking distance from many of Buenos Aires’ main attractions, this small but gorgeous hotel offers personalized service good enough to make you feel like royalty. It’s also the former home of film director Francis Ford Coppola – you don’t get more glam than that!
Alvear Palace Hotel
If you have a penchant for art-deco glamour then this is the place for you. From crystal chandeliers and breakfast butlers, to a steakhouse and gorgeous rooftop bar, this is the perfect place to unwind and indulge your holiday tastes between trips into the bustling city. Perfectly located for art-lovers, this is a must-stay location for those intent on soaking up Buenos Aires’ vibrant and unique cultural scene.
Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt Buenos Aires
Get ready to go back in time with this ‘30s-style classic hotel. Located in the famous Recoleta district, this hotel is dripping with sophistication and class. Picture this: marble floors gleaming like sunlight, beautiful and well-maintained terraces and blooming bouquets on every corner. Also featuring the city’s biggest and best spa, this is one of the most impressive hotels in the whole of Buenos Aires. If you’re seeking luxury, with Palacio Duhau you’ve certainly found it.
Buenos Aires has many airports. The main airport is Ministro Pistarini International Airport. You could even fly from one part of the city to another in a helicopter thanks to the many landing possibilities at the local airports. All of them are very well connected to the city with buses and taxis (although if you want to hop in a taxi, be prepared to give your directions in Spanish).
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