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CITY OF BUENOS AIRES
MICE TOURISM GUIDE
buenosaires.gob.ar/turismo
/TurismoBA
CULTURAL CAPITAL 1
CITY OF LATIN AMERICA
MICE Tourism Guide of the City of Buenos Aires
WELCOME
TO BUENOS
AIRES
Table of Contents
Welcome to Buenos Aires
3
Plan an event in the city
10
Discover Buenos Aires
18
Venues for events
22
Accommodations
34
Things to do and see
56
Guided tours
68
Transport
70
Calendar 2015
76
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This guide is designed to inspire your
event planning. You will find in these
pages all the information you’ll need
to plan, organize and conduct unique
meetings, and delight your guests with
what the city offers.
Caminito - La Boca
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Welcome to Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is ideal for all kinds of
events: congresses, conventions, fairs
and incentive tourism. Its diverse and
growing infrastructure fits the needs of
every type of meeting. With more than
60,000 hotel beds, 3,000 restaurants,
130 museums and 287 theaters,
Buenos Aires is undoubtedly the city
for your next meeting.
According to a 2013 survey conducted
by the International Congress and
Convention Association (ICCA), Buenos
Aires is the city with the highest number
of congresses in North and South
America. Its reputation is backed by the
quality of its facilities and professional
services, and the commitment of the
Board of Tourism and the Buenos Aires
Convention & Visitors Bureau (BAC&VB).
WHY
BUENOS
AIRES?
Puerto Madero
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This is an extraordinary city, where
every street corner, public square
and building has a story to tell. Its
parks, bars, bookstores, museums
and milongas capture the heart of
everyone who visits.
#1
#1 CITY
ACCORDING TO
TRIPADVISOR, THE MOST
VISITED DESTINATION IN
LATIN AMERICA IN 2013
Fountain of the Nereids
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WHY
BUENOS AIRES?
CONNECTED WITH THE WORLD
Galileo Galilei Planetarium
From its convenient location in South
America, Buenos Aires is connected
with the main cities of the region and
the world. Its two international airports
receive over 700 international flights
per week. Just three hours from Rio de
Janeiro and two from Santiago, Buenos
Aires is a regional and international
strategic location.
CULTURAL CAPITAL OF TANGO
Buenos Aires is the cradle of tango. The
magic of its melodies can be felt in every
corner of local neighborhoods La Boca,
San Telmo, Abasto, Boedo and Almagro,
capturing the hearts of visiting tourists
from around the world. Tango classes,
live shows and the “Buenos Aires Tango
Festival and World Championship” are
just a few of the options to experience
the 2x4 rhythm firsthand.
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Welcome to Buenos Aires
SUITABLE FOR ALL AUDIENCES
A CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS
From youth hostels to five-star hotels;
gourmet restaurants to street carts;
to rides along the river in a catamaran
to free outdoor performances, the
city offers activities for all tastes and
budgets.
Whether by bus, on foot or a bicycle,
there are many ways to enjoy the
different tourism circuits, museums, art
galleries, historic monuments, shopping
malls and open-air fairs. At night, the
lights of bars and restaurants come on
to illuminate an unforgettable selection
of dining and entertainment options.
HOST OF INTERNATIONAL
EVENTS
The city is host to international events
throughout the year. Concerts, operas,
ballets, sporting events, festivals and
big fairs, in addition to hundreds of
congresses and thematic conventions, of
the likes of Oil&Gas, Automechanika and
ICCA Congress, for example. Tourists
from all over the world come to enjoy
Lollapalooza, the International Book
Fair, the ATP of Buenos Aires and the
Argentine Polo Championship, among
others.
CREATIVITY MILL
Buenos Aires—a creative capital—has
captured everyone’s attention for locally
produced design, art and content. In
2005, UNESCO declared Buenos Aires a
city of design as part of its Creative Cities
Network. There are several creative districts
(Audiovisual, Arts, Technology and Design)
where the production of creative contents
and services are concentrated.
RECOGNIZED IN THE
ACADEMIC COMMUNITY
Buenos Aires is internationally recognized
for the academic level of its public and
private institutions, and its experience
in research & development. Each year,
students from around the world come
to study. With nine public universities
and 20 private universities, the city offers
the appropriate facilities for national and
international conferences.
GREEN AND PURE
Its parks and green spaces invite you
to enjoy outdoors alone or with others.
Public squares with rose gardens
and lakes, the Botanical Garden, the
Japanese Garden, the flower park,
Thays Park, Tres de Febrero Park and
Ecological Reserve are some of the
options to spend an afternoon relaxing
outdoors, surrounded by nature.
GENERAL CITY INFORMATION
CLIMATE
18 °C (64 °F)
Average annual
temperature
MONEY
Currency
Time Zone
UTC-3
You can change money in banks
and authorized agencies.
JULY
Coldest
(0 °C - 12 °C)
Language
SPANISH
JANUARY
Hottest month
(20.4 °C - 30.4 °C)
PESO ARGENTINO
($)
Electricity
220/240V
SEASONS
The US dollar and the euro
are generally received in local
stores.
The most widely accepted
credit cards are American
Express, VISA, Diners and
MasterCard.
It may be difficult to change
traveler’s checks outside
Buenos Aires.
USEFUL NUMBERS
SUMMER
AUTUMN
(December 21
to March 20)
(March 21
to June 20)
POLICE
911
FIRE
100
MEDICAL ATTENTION
107
WINTER
SPRING
(June 21 to
September 20)
(September 21
to December 20)
CIVIL DEFENSE
103
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Welcome to Buenos Aires
3|23
and 24
Bridge public holiday/The Day
of Remembrance for Truth and
Justice
4|2
and 3
3 Day of the Veterans and the
Fallen of the Malvinas War/Good
Friday
5|1
Labor Day
5|25
National Day/May 1810 Revolution
6|20
Flag Day
7|9
Independence Day
8|17
San Martín Day
10|12
Day of respect for
cultural diversity
11|23
National Sovereignty Day
12|7
and 8
Bridge public holiday/Feast of
the Immaculate Conception
12|25
Christmas
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2 AIRPORTS
The city is preparing its
infrastructure to welcome
young athletes from around
the world in 2018, in what will
be one of the most important
sporting events of the decade.
The various Olympic disciplines
will be carried out in more
than 30 establishments in
the city. Monumental and La
Bombonera, the legendary
Club Atletico River Plate
and Boca Juniors stadiums,
respectively, will play a key role.
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AMONG
THE
20
LARGEST
CITIES IN THE
DESTINATION #8
ACCORDING TO
TRAVELERS CHOICE
2015
Boca Juniors Stadium
900
+775
DO
MES
TIC
INTER
NATIO
NAL
THE CITY WITH THE HIGHEST
NUMBER OF BOOKSTORES
AND MUSEUMS IN THE WORLD
WORLD
3,000
CENTER WITH A
CAPACITY FOR
5,300
10.7
PER WEEK
287 380
CONVENTION
#8
FLIGHTS
INTERNATIONAL
BOOKSTORES
Carnival
Intarnational Tourism Fair (FIT)
MUSEUMS
2|16
and 17
YOUTH OLYMPIC
GAMES IN
BUENOS AIRES
GUESTS
New Year’s Day
NEW!
1|1
IN NUMBERS
THEATERS
HOLIDAYS
RESTAURANTS
60,000
HOTEL BEDS
+150,000 m2 SPACE
MILLION TOURISTS
PER YEAR
OF EXHIBIT
#1 CITY IN THE 2013 ICCA RANKING
FOR THE FIFTH YEAR RUNNING
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Hotelga Fair
Plan an event in the city
With a wide selection of long-standing companies and
professionals dedicated to event planning, the city can offer you
the facilities and services that you need to organize meetings,
conferences, congresses, cultural, sports and mass events, and
incentive tourism.
STRATEGIC
PARTNERS
PLAN AN
EVENT IN
THE CITY
Captivated by its culture, architecture and
infrastructure, thousands of companies and
organizations choose to carry out their
meetings in Buenos Aires.
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Buenos Aires Convention & Visitors
Bureau (BAC&VB) is a non-profit
organization created by private
companies tied to the tourism industry,
including hotels, convention centers,
travel agencies, transport and other
related services. In partnership with
the Tourism Board, BAC&VB works to
position Buenos Aires as one of the main
event and convention centers in Latin
America in an effort to contribute to
the city’s economic, social and cultural
development.
FIRST STEPS
BAC&VB is available to assist and
advise you throughout every stage
of the planning and implementation
process. The initial application, finding
a venue and suppliers, the request for
institutional support are some of the
tasks that BAC&VB’s team of experts can
help you with to ensure your event is well
attended and profitable.
Centro Metropolitano de Diseño
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SUPPLIER CONTACT
AND ADVICE
As a private non-profit organization,
BAC&VB’s advice is completely free of
charge. Its team of experts will work with
you to provide objective and productive
advice. BAC&VB will accompany you
on inspection visits to possible venues
to help you find the most suitable one
for your needs. From five-star hotels to
simpler settings, from venues with the
latest technology to the most classic
options in Buenos Aires, BAC&VB is
well contacted and familiar with every
event space and accommodation in
the city. Thus, it can offer you the best
support in your search and negotiations;
acting as a link with the most important
receptive operators and professional
congress organizers (PCO).
INFORMATION AND PROMOTION
The Tourism Board of the City of
Buenos Aires offers tourism promotion
material and information service
desk for mass events free of charge.
In addition, it disseminates all the
congresses taking place in the city on its
website, available in several languages,
and in other media channels it operates.
Plan an event in the city
PRESENCE AT
INTERNATIONAL FAIRS
Every year, the Tourism Board and the BAC&VB
participate in the main international fairs for the MICE
(Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Events)
segment to promote Buenos Aires’ services and
facilities for meeting tourism.
In 2015, the Tourism Board and BAC&VB will be present
in the following fairs:
Buenos Aires Convention
& Visitors Bureau
Juncal 4431, Ochre Pavilion,
floor 1, of. 5
IMEX-The Worldwide Exhibitions for Incentive Travel,
Meetings & Events, Frankfurt
May 19 to 21
Tel: (+54) 11 4777 5930/31
buenosairesbureau.com
Executive Director:
Mónica Maturano
[email protected]
airesbureau.com
Expoevents 2015, Buenos Aires
August 11 to 13
IMEX-America The Worldwide Exhibition for Incentive
Travel, Meetings & Events, Las Vegas
October 13 to 15
Tourism Board for the
City of Buenos Aires
54th ICCA World Congress (only for members),
Buenos Aires
October 31 to November 4
Ave. Paseo Colón 221, floor 7
Tel: (+54) 11 4121 6600
turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar
IBTM-International Business Travel Market, Barcelona
November 17 to 19
[email protected]
buenosaires.gob.ar
arteBA - La Rural
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Operations Manager for
Meeting Tourism:
María Constanza Ibarra
[email protected]
buenosaires.gob.ar
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Plan an event in the city
USEFUL INFORMATION
TOURISM
INFORMATION CENTERS
Florida
Florida and Ave. Roque Sáenz Peña
Plaza San Martín
Florida and Marcelo T. de Alvear
Puerto Madero
Juana M. Gorriti 200, Dock 4
Recoleta
Ave. Quintana 596
Retiro
Bus station, store 83
TOURIST ADVOCACY
ASSOCIATION
La Boca
Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1835
Tel: (+54) 11 4302 7816
[email protected]
Palermo
Beruti 3345
Tel: (+54) 11 4014 1949
[email protected]
Puerto Madero
Ave. Alicia Moreau de Justo 200,
Dock 4
Tel: (+54) 11 2017 6846
[email protected]
Recoleta
Ave. Quintana and Presidente
R. M. Ortiz
Tel: (+54) 11 2017 6849
[email protected]
San Telmo
Defensa 1302
Tel: (+54) 11 4307 5102/4646
[email protected]
TOURIST
POLICE STATION
24/7 assistance for tourists
who are victims of crime,
robbery, theft, loss, missing
persons, or need to follow
special procedures before
embassies or consulates.
Service is available in English,
Italian, French, Portuguese,
Ukrainian and Japanese.
Ave. Corrientes 436
Tel: (+54) 11 4326 6265
[email protected]
Find the main suppliers to accompany
you throughout the planning and
organization of your event.
Ferias Argentinas
Viamonte 640, Floor 3
Tel: (+54) 11 4394 1113
[email protected]
ferias-argentinas.com
Turicentro
Ave. Del Libertador 602, Floor 21, Apt. A
Tel: (+54) 11 4815 5900
[email protected]
turicentro.com.ar
MCI
Ave. Santa Fe 1970, Floor 1, office. 1
Tel: (+54) 11 5252 9801
[email protected]
mci-group.com
Bauniline-Meetings Industry
Ave. Córdoba 632, Floor 11
Tel: (+54) 11 4322 5707
[email protected]
uniline.com.ar
Barracas
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SOLUTIONS FOR
EVENT PLANNERS
AND ORGANIZERS
Publitec
Ave. Honorio Pueyrredón 550
Tel: (+54) 11 4903 9600/1
[email protected]
publitec.com
Mariano José Delisio Organización
Bayfem
Ave. Córdoba 2302, Floor 6, Apt. K
Tel: (+54) 11 4951 8139
[email protected]
bayfem.com.ar
Indexport Messe Frankfurt
Luis María Campos 1061, Floor 5
Tel: (+54) 11 4514 1400
[email protected]
argentina.messefrankfurt.com
Centro Costa Salguero
Ave. Costanera Rafael Obligado
and Salguero
Tel: (+54) 11 5411 5093
[email protected]
ccs.com.ar
Palais Rouge
Salguero 1433
Tel: (+54) 11 4823 2649
[email protected]
palaisrouge.com.ar
All of the tourism service providers in this
guide are part of the Registry of Service
Providers of the Tourism Board of the City
of Buenos Aires.
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TOURIST
TRANSPORT
GROUND TRANSPORT
FOR TOURISTS
Sintec Tur SA
Tel: (+54) 11 5554 7000/60
[email protected]
sintectur.com.ar
Expreso La Plata
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 8934
[email protected]
expresolaplata.com.ar
Turar
Tel: (+54) 11 4103 3100
[email protected]
turar.com
Buenos Aires Tur
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 2304
[email protected]
buenosairestur.com
Travel Line Argentina
Tel: (+54) 11 4393 9000
[email protected]
travelline.com.ar
Manuel Tienda León
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 4454/58
[email protected]
tiendaleon.com.ar
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Plan an event in the city
CAR RENTALS
Anne Millet Hertz
Tel: (+54) 11 4815 6789 / 4816 8001
[email protected]
milletrentacar.com.ar
Top Rent a Car
Tel: (+54) 11 4345 7000
[email protected]
top-rentacar.com
Serra Lima
Tel: (+54) 11 4961 5276
[email protected]
Thrifty Car Rental
Tel: (+54) 11 4326 1747/0338
[email protected]
grupoexpress.com.ar
Drivers
Tel: (+54) 11 4315 8374
[email protected]
driversrentacar.com.ar
RIVER TRANSPORT
Sturla Viajes
Tel: (+54) 11 4314 8555
[email protected]
sturlaviajes.com.ar
Buquebus
Tel: (+54) 11 4316 6400
[email protected]
buquebus.com
Colonia Express
Tel: (+54) 11 4317 4100
coloniaexpress.com
9 de Julio Avenue
AIRLINES
Aerolíneas Argentinas
Department of Fairs and Congresses
Tel: (+54) 11 4320 2101/2096
[email protected]
aerolineas.com.ar
LAN
Tel: (+54) 0810 666 6526
lan.com
USEFUL WEBSITES
Cultural agenda
agendacultural.buenosaires.
gob.ar
Tourism
turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar
City of Buenos Aires
buenosaires.gob.ar
Interactive map
comollego.ba.gob.ar
BA TOURISM
APP
Enjoy all of the city’s
online content on
your smartphone.
ARBUS
Arbus bus service connects
the Jorge Newbery Airport
with neighborhoods
throughout the city, including
Retiro, Palermo, Belgrano and
Puente Saavedra, at a very
affordable price.
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Discover Buenos Aires
SEE THE CITY
Make the most of your visit to Buenos Aires with these itineraries, which combine small samples of the
heritage and charm that make the city so unique
DISCOVER
BUENOS
AIRES
Obelisco
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History, tango, the
sophisticated, the modern
and the cool can be found
in this city, where there
is always something new
and thrilling to discover.
HISTORIC BA
TANGO BA
ELEGANT BA
The street corners, public
squares and buildings of the
San Nicolás and Monserrat
neighborhoods are saturated
with the city’s history. From
the mythical Plaza de Mayo,
you can see the Casa Rosada
(House of Government), the
Metropolitan Cathedral and the
Cabildo. At the end of Diagonal
Sur, the Obelisk gives way to
the Corrientes and 9 de Julio
Avenues, a classic postcard
image of the city. Nearby is the
imposing Colon Theater, one
of the ten best opera houses
in the world, renowned for its
acoustics and the artistic value
of its building. On Corrientes
Avenue, the night vibrates
between the marquees of the
theaters, record and bookstores
and many options to enjoy a
tasty meal.
In the neighborhoods of La
Boca, San Telmo and Balvanera,
discover the feeling of the city’s
outskirts. The Riachuelo River,
with the old Avellaneda Bridge
and the Caminito street fair
reflect the roughness of the port,
just as the artist Quinquela Martin
painted it in the early twentieth
century. Moving toward the city
center, the majestic Bombonera
stadium of Boca Juniors football
team interrupts the landscape of
low houses. Past Lezama Park
is Plaza Dorrego, at the heart of
San Telmo, famous for its Sunday
antiques fair. Going deeper into
the city, you reach the Abasto,
a mythical neighborhood and
home to the tango singer Carlos
Gardel. There, you can visit the
passageway, monument and
museum dedicated to this tango
legend.
There is no better way to
understand why Buenos Aires is
nicknamed “the Paris of South
America” than a stroll through
the neighborhoods of Retiro and
Recoleta. From the San Martin
Square you can see the Kavanagh,
a rationalist-style building declared
World Heritage Architecture Site
by UNESCO. On Alvear Avenue,
you can see emblematic works of
neoclassicism and art nouveau,
including mansions and stately
homes, and luxury hotels. At the
end of this street are the public
square Plaza Francia; the Basilica
of Our Lady of Pilar and Recoleta
Cementary, a national landmark
that houses famous vaults and
mausoleums.
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Discover Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES IN 24
OR 48 HOURS
MODERN BA
SIGNATURE BA
PAPAL CIRCUIT
In Puerto Madero, the old
docks of red bricks were
converted into modern office
buildings, alongside cuttingedge design complexes. In this
neighborhood, water and women
are the protagonists; among
its monuments is the Fountain
of the Nereids, by the sculptor
Lola Mora, and the Bridge of the
Woman, designed by architect
Santiago Calatrava. At Dock
3, you can visit the Frigate
Sarmiento, now a museum. Art
also takes place along these
river banks. Faena Arts Center,
built in the former engine room
of a mill, offers a program of
experimental and international
exhibits; the Fortabat Art
Collection, showcases jewels
from artists like Breughel, Turner
and Warhol. For a relaxing,
outdoor option, the Costanera
Sur Ecological Reserve is a
protected area where numerous
plant and animal species are
preserved.
Palermo’s unique and original style
distinguishes it from the rest
of the city. The neighborhood
has an aristocratic side, known
as Palermo Chico, delimited
by Ave. Del Libertador and a
densely wooded area and park.
On Sarmiento Avenue is the
Planetarium Galileo Galillei,
where visitors can see about 8,900
stars, planets and satellites of
the universe in the hemispherical
projection theater. On Ave.
Del Libertador, you can enjoy
traditional equestrian culture at
the Argentine Polo Field and
Palermo Race Track. Around
Cortázar Square is the area of
Palermo Viejo, where designers
of clothing, furniture and objects
display their production. Between
the avenues Juan B. Justo, Santa
Fe, Cordoba and Dorrego, there
is a gastronomic center. The area
is nicknamed Palermo Hollywood
for the high concentration of
television and film producers.
Flores is the neighborhood that
gave birth to His Holiness Francis,
born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, in
1936. Here he worked to help
those who were the neediest.
Every Thursday, around 3pm, a
walking tour leaves from the
San José de Flores Church
(6950 Rivadavia Avenue) and
visits the places that were part
of his history.
On weekends and holidays,
there are guided bus tours.
Visitors must make a prior
reservation to participate in the
walking tour: [email protected]
buenosaires.gob.ar
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WIFI BA
Download the app
to search for free
Wifi connections
24
48
24 HOURS
Begin your day in San
Nicolás, visiting the Plaza
de Mayo and the Obelisk.
Next, head over to San
Telmo and then to La Boca
for lunch. After lunch, hop
onto one of the tourist
buses and head over to
Puerto Madero. Spend the
late afternoon strolling
through the elegant
neighborhood of Recoleta
and end your day in Palermo.
48 HOURS
On the second day, visit
some of the traditional
porteño neighborhoods,
like Belgrano or Palermo.
Have lunch in a traditional
bodega; during the
afternoon, walk along
Corrientes Avenue and
Florida Street, and visit one
of the notable bars. That
night, hit the dance floor to
the 2/4 rhythm of tango at a
tango cultural center or one of
the city’s many milongas.
Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basilica
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Venues for events
VENUES WITH CAPACITY FOR MORE THAN 1,000 PARTICIPANTS
LUNA PARK
VENUES
FOR
EVENTS
PARALLEL HALLS
5
lunapark.com.ar
CAPACITY
Theater
5,955
Reception halls
2,300
Banquet halls
1,000
TOTAL AREA
7,000 m2
Usina del Arte
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Considered the cultural capital of Latin
America, the city is prepared for all
types of events. Every year thousands of
companies and organizations choose to
carry out their meetings here, captivated
by the city’s gastronomy, architecture
and more than 150,000 m2 of exhibit
space.
Ave. Madero 420
Tel: (+54) 11 5279 5279
[email protected]
CLOSE TO
It is one of the most
important cultural centers
of the country, where some
of the most important
events have taken place
over the past 80 years,
including religious, political,
artistic, sporting and social
events. Its infrastructure can
accommodate large events
of over 9,000 people.
CENTRO DE CONVENCIONES DE
BUENOS AIRES
PARALLEL HALLS
5
CAPACITY
Theater
4,500
Reception halls
2,000
Banquet halls
1,400
Parallel halls
300-4,500
EXHIBIT SPACE
4,500 m2
Puerto Madero,
Ave. Corrientes
CLOSE TO
Thays Park, Law School
of the University of
Buenos Aires, MNBA
and Plaza Francia
J. E. Couture 2231
Tel: (+54) 11 4114 5787/48
[email protected]
nosaires.gob.ar
In the neighborhood of
Recoleta, in a strategic
location, the convention
center was designed with
sustainable concepts,
minimizing environmental
impact and prioritizing
the integration with the
surrounding Thays Park.
Conference and meeting
rooms fully equipped with
state-of-the-art technology
are found on its three
underground levels, which
are powered by solar energy
from panels located on the
buildings exterior.
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Venues for events
LA RURAL PREDIO FERIAL
COMING SOON
NEW
PAVILIONS
7
PARALLEL HALLS
Theater
8,300
Reception halls
8,900
Banquet halls
5,000
Parallel halls
65-8,300
TOTAL AREA
79,965 m2
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PAVILIONS
6
PARALELL HALLS
4
4
CAPACITY
CENTRO DE
CONVENCIONES
BUENOS AIRES
Juncal 4431
Tel: (+54) 11 4777 5500
[email protected]
larural.com.ar
CENTRO COSTA SALGUERO
It is the largest venue for
trade fairs and exhibitions
in the country. With
underground parking, seven
pavilions, an auditorium
and open spaces, it offers
endless possibilities
for mass events. Easily
accessible by public
transport, La Rural is the
host convention center
for the most important
international exhibits.
CAPACITY
Theatre
5,000
Reception halls
5,000
Banquet halls
2,500
Parallel halls
110-5,000
Ave. Costanera Rafael. Obligado
y Salguero
Tel: (+54) 11 4808 8300
[email protected]
ccs.com.ar
Created in 1993 with the
aim of hosting exhibitions,
conventions, shows,
sporting events, social
gatherings and business
meetings, it is currently
one of the main references
among the city’s convention
and exhibition centers.
TOTAL AREA
20,533 m2
CLOSE TO
CLOSE TO
Jorge Newbery
Airport,
Fishermen’s Club,
Paseo Alcorta
Shopping, MALBA
Plaza Italia,
Buenos Aires Zoo,
Galileo Galilei
Planetarium
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HOTEL HILTON BUENOS AIRES
PARALLEL HALLS
22
CAPACITY
Theatre
2,700
Banquet halls
1,800
Parallel halls
10-2,700
EXHIBIT SPACE
6,700 m2
ROOMS
417
CLOSE TO
Ecological Reserve,
Puerto Madero
26
Macacha Güemes 351
Tel: (+54) 11 4891 0000
[email protected]
hiltonbuenosaireshotel.com
Located in the heart of
Puerto Madero, just 10
minutes from the financial
district, the hotel offers a
variety of meeting rooms,
a business center and
facilities for events. Its
meeting room with capacity
for 2,500 guests is the
largest in the city’s hotels.
Venues for events
GOLDEN CENTER
PARALLEL HALLS
6
CAPACITY
Theatre
2,300
Reception Hall
2,500
Banquet halls
1,200
Parallel halls
60-2,300
EXHIBIT SPACE
4,500 m2
Ave. Cantilo y ave. Güiraldes n/n
Tel: (+54) 11 4783 4115/1740/
6363/3035
[email protected]
golden-center.com.ar
It is one of the most
important centers in the
country. This ideal space
for any type of meeting has
six flexible halls surrounded
by a lake and gardens.
Situated right next to Jorge
Newbery Airport, Golden
Center offers new facilities,
comfort, nature and covered
spaces for your event.
HOTEL SHERATON BUENOS AIRES
& CONVENTION CENTER
PARALLEL HALLS
15
CAPACITY
Theatre
1,800
Banquet halls
1,200
Parallel halls
10-1,800
EXHIBIT SPACE
6,500 m2
ROOMS
740
CLOSE TO
Jorge Newbery
Airport, North Park,
River Plate Stadium
(Monumental)
CLOSE TO
San Martín, Retiro
Train Station,
Monumental Tower
and Puerto Madero
San Martín 1225
Tel: (+54) 11 4318 9000
[email protected]
starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/
property/overview/index.
html?propertyID=260
In the heart of the Retiro
neighborhood, this 24-story
hotel has 740 rooms,
including five executive
floors fully equipped for
business travellers. It has
ample facilities and services
for business travelers
and guests participating
in congresses and
conventions.
PALAIS ROUGE
PARALLEL HALLS
6
CAPACITY
Theatre
1,300
Reception Hall
1,200
Banquet halls
800
Parallel halls
250-1,300
EXHIBIT SPACE
3,729 m2
CLOSE TO
Salguero 1433
Tel: (+54) 11 4823 3498
[email protected]
palaisrouge.com.ar
Renovated with the
latest and most modern
technological equipment,
Palais Rouge offers an
interesting variety of Halls,
for corporate and social
events alike. Strategically
located in the neighborhood
of Palermo, surrounded by
restaurants, churches, hotels
and shopping, it is the
ideal venue for a successful
event.
Plaza Francia,
Alvear Avenue,
Recoleta Cultural
Center, Basilica of
Our Lady of Pilar
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Venues for events
ALTERNATIVE VENUES
In additional to the traditional spaces for events, Buenos Aires offers several alternative spaces—
cultural, educational and design centers—prepared for meetings, congresses and conventions. These
places offer a unique experience for your guests: experience firsthand the porteña identity.
LA USINA DEL ARTE
CAPACITY
DISTRITO AUDIOVISUAL
CAPACITY
Auditorium
350
Reception Hall
4,000
Multi-purpose hall
60
Parallel halls
2
TOTAL AREA
8,500 m2
28
Dorrego 1898
Tel: (+54) 11 4535 2001/3/7
[email protected]
gob.ar
buenosaires.gob.ar/distritos
economicos/distritoaudiovisual
This audiovisual industry
promotion center is located in
the neighborhood of Colegiales,
in the center of the film,
television and advertising district.
Different activities related to
the audiovisual industry, such
as movie premieres and press
conferences, along with other
types of events, are carried out
here.
TEATRO COLON
CAPACITY
Auditorium
2,654
White Hall
40
The Hall of Busts
300
Golden Hall
Auditorium
200
Golden Hall
Reception Hall
300
Parallel halls
4
Auditorium 1
1,200
Cerrito 628
Tel: (+54) 11 4378 7100
[email protected]
teatrocolon.org.ar
It is considered one of the
ten best opera houses in
the world. Recognized for
its acoustics and the the
high artistic value of its
construction, it celebrated
its 100th anniversary in
2008.
Sala de Cámara
250
Banquet Halls
200
Reception Hall
1,200
Microcine
100
Parallel halls
100-1,200
PARALLEL HALLS
3
FOYER
500 m
2
TOTAL AREA
660 m2
Agustín R. Caffarena 1
Tel: (+54) 11 4300 6276
[email protected]
usinadelarte.org
Located in the
neighborhood La Boca,
near the city’s first port, this
cultural center used to be a
power plant; it was recently
recovered and remodeled
for cultural events. With two
auditoriums, a large foyer
and a cinema, it’s a special
place to organize a unique
event
UCA (CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF ARGENTINA)
CAPACITY
Auditorium Juan
Pablo II
723
Auditorium Dr.
Francisco Valsecchi
147
Aula Magna
Cardenal Pironio
118
Microcine
80
FOYER
900 m2
PARALLEL HALLS
6
TOTAL AREA
2,041 m2
Ave. Alicia M. de Justo 1600
Tel: (+54) 11 4338 0670
[email protected]
uca.edu.ar/auditorios
The headquarters of
the Catholic University
of Argentina in Puerto
Mader offers a cinema,
two auditoriums and a
multipurpose room with a
capacity for 720 guests. It
also has meeting rooms,
classrooms and multiple
spaces that easily integrate to
the central rooms, allowing for
different types of use.
Every space is equipped
with projectors, screens,
air conditioning, sound
equipment, microphones, an
auxiliary room for the logistics
of the organization, parking
and space for a coffee break.
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HIPODROMO ARGENTINO DE PALERMO
CAPACITY
Race track
20,000
Argentine Turf Halls
220 in Banquet
Halls and 500 in
Reception Hall
Official Tribune
Halls
370 in Banquet
Halls and 650 in
Reception Hall
Ground-level
Paddock Hall
150 in Banquet
Halls and 350 in
Reception Hall
Ave. Del Libertador 4101
Tel: (+54) 11 4778 2819
[email protected]
palermo.com.ar
The most important
annual race is the dispute
for the Grand National
Prize (Argentine Derby),
for three-year-old colts
and fillies, which was
declared of national tourist
interest by the Argentina’s
Tourism Secretariat. It
has a 2,400-meter long,
28-meter wide sandy track
and a 2,200-meter-long,
20-meter-wide grass track.
Venues for events
TEATRO SAN MARTÍN
CAPACITY
Hall C Auditorium
290
Hall D Auditorium
190
Hall E Auditorium
250
Scenic Arts Hall
“Enrique Muiño”
Auditorium
270
Hall A+
B Reception Hall
150
Ave. Corrientes 1530
Tel: (+54) 11 4374 1251
[email protected]
gob.ar
complejoteatral.gob.ar
A few blocks from the
Obelisk, the San Martin
Theater is visited by a
million people every year.
Since its inauguration in
1960, it has been a landmark
in the cultural life of Buenos
Aires. It has rooms of
different sizes ideal for
congresses, conventions,
meetings and artistic and
cultural activities.
CMD (METROPOLITAN DESING CENTER)
CAPACITY
Auditorium
200
FOYER
500 m2
PARALLEL HALLS
12
TOTAL AREA
14,000 m
2
Algarrobo 1041
Tel: (+54) 11 4126 2950
[email protected]
buenosaires.gob.ar/cmd
A city-operated venue
renowned throughout Latin
America for promoting the
incorporation of design in
organizations and creating
inclusive employment
opportunities. This recycled
space, a former factory,
has lots to offer design and
innovation events.
JARDIN JAPONES
CAPACITY
Auditorium
200
Reception Hall
200
PARALLEL HALLS
1
TOTAL AREA
250 m2
Ave. Casares 2966
Tel: (+54) 11 4804 4922/9141 int.
19/23
[email protected]
jardinjapones.org.ar
An oasis of tranquility in
the middle of the city, its
picturesque gardens and
restaurant with the best
of Japanese food culture
includes a space for events.
The Yamanashi Ken Hall is
situated within this calm
setting with a landscape
that only the Japanese
Gardens can offer. Located
in Palermo, five minutes
from downtown.
Oval Hall Auditorium
180
TOTAL COVERED
AREA
1,680 m2
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MUSEO DE ARTE MODERNO DE BUENOS
AIRES (MAMBA)
CAPACITY
Auditorium
200
Reception Hall
200
FOYER
75 m2
CLASSROOM
35
PARALLEL HALLS
2
TOTAL AREA
11,750 m2
Ave. San Juan 350
Tel: (+54) 11 4300 8753
[email protected]
gob.ar
museodeartemoderno.
buenosaires.gob.ar
Located in the San Telmo
neighborhood, in a former
tobacco factory, the
museum has 11,750 m2
with some of its multiple
spaces available for
organizing events, with
the added value of current
exhibits and its impressive
infrastructure.
Venues for events
ISAAC FERNÁNDEZ BLANCO MUSEUM OF
HISPANO-AMERICAN
CAPACITY
Auditorium
120
Reception Hall
150
Banquet Halls
90
PARALLEL HALLS
1
TOTAL AREA
150 m2
Suipacha 1422
Tel: (+54) 11 4327 0228
[email protected]
museofernandezblanco.
buenosaires.gob.ar
Located in the Palacio Noel,
one of the most beautiful
manor houses in the city,
it has one of the most
important collections of
Latin American art in the
world.
HUMBERTO M
CAPACITY
Auditorium
100
Banquet hall
100
PARALLEL HALLS
1
TOTAL AREA
40 m2
Cecilia Grierson 400 (dársena
Norte)
Tel: (+54) 11 4314 5404
[email protected]
humbertom.com
This comfortable boat is
specially prepared to offer
tourist services and events.
Ideal for cocktail parties,
social, corporate, and
incentive events. Guests
will enjoy an exclusive meal
as they set sail along the
coastal channel of the Rio
de la Plata, enjoying sights
like the Port of Buenos Aires,
the Argentine Yacht Club,
the old Immigrants Hotel,
Benito Quinquela Martin
Boat Terminal, the classic
Fishermen’s Club and the
Jorge Newbery Airport
Dorrego District
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Accomodation
The main four and five-star international hotel chains operate in the city in strategic locations in the different
neighborhoods. But, also, there is a wide range of one, two and three-star hotels, including apartment and
economic accommodations. For all of these guests, the city has more than 36,000 registered beds available.
4 AND 5 STAR HOTELS FOR EVENTS
Alvear Palace Hotel
Abasto Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
11
CAPACITY
THEATER
400
ACCOMODATION
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
The first five-star hotel inspired
by tango, it is a unique and
distinguished space. Located in the
historic neighborhood of Abasto, the
hotel’s one-of-a-kind style, excellence
in service, and elegant decor have
earned it international recognition.
abastohotel.com
ROOMS
126
CATEGORY
HALLS
11
CAPACITY
THEATER
800
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
700
ROOMS
192
Alvear Art
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
Buenos Aires offers
accomodations to more
than five million tourists
each year.
Sheraton Libertador Hotel
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Located in the neighborhood
of Recoleta, just minutes from
the downtown area, the Alvear
Palace Hotel is a member of The
Leading Hotels of the World
and a world hotel landmark.
Distinguished for its architecture
and decoration, the hotel brings
together European elegance,
technology and impeccable
personalized service.
alvearpalace.com
CAPACITY
THEATER
250
Plaza Intendente Alvear
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the Registry of Service Providers of the Tourism Board of the
City of Buenos Aires.
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
160
ROOMS
139
An innovative proposal endorsed by
the excellent reputation of the Alvear
Palace Hotel, this newest addition
to the Alvear experience is located
in the financial, commercial and
cultural center of the city. Its modern
building offers the excellence of the
Alvear service with the sophisticated
comfort of their newest rooms and
the latest technology.
alvearart.com
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The Brick Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
13
CAPACITY
THEATER
500
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
250
ROOMS
173
This hotel combines European
sophistication with the warmth
of Argentine traditional decor, just
minutes from the financial district of
Buenos Aires. Its gastronomy stands
out: The Lobby Lounge, crowned by an
impressive glass dome; Cheers, an
English-style bar that offers cocktails
and a selection of Argentine wines;
Patisserie, the pastry creations of Beatriz
Chomnalez in an Art Nouveau setting.
caesar-park.com
Hotel Emperador
CATEGORY
HALLS
12
CAPACITY
THEATER
450
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
ROOMS
265
With its classical architecture and
elegant decor, this hotel is located in
a strategic location, just meters from
the 9 de Julio Avenue. It has spaces
for meetings, conventions, social
events and weddings, and offers spa
and massage services. It has a stylish
bar and a restaurant serving regional
and Mediterranean dishes.
hotel-emperador.com.ar
Accomodation
Claridge
CATEGORY
HALLS
8
CAPACITY
THEATER
450
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
ROOMS
161
InterContinental
Opened in 1946, it is one of the
most distinguished hotels in the
city, with a style that combines
neoclassical architecture with a
British touch. Highlights include
the ballroom, its stately rooms
and artistic imprint: art exhibits,
opera concerts and other exclusive
cultural events.
claridge.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
11
CAPACITY
THEATER
900
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
500
ROOMS
312
Four Seasons
CATEGORY
HALLS
12
CAPACITY
THEATER
500
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
ROOMS
165
Modern and classic luxury come
together in the architecture of this
hotel built in the 1930s that offers
guests spacious suites, an indoor
pool and spa. Located in the heart
of the historic part of the city, just
yards from the financial district
and other attractions, such as
the tree-lined avenue Avenida de
Mayo and classic theaters and
cafes along Corrientes Avenue.
intercontinental.com
Loi Suites
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
180
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
In this elegant hotel, breakfast
is served in its English winter
garden. Guests can access the
pool, gym, sauna, jacuzzi and
massage services. The hotel’s
restaurant La Fuente offers
exquisite cuisine.
loisuites.com.ar
ROOMS
112
Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires
This elegant hotel in the
neighborhood of Recoleta offers
guests modern, fully renovated
facilities and unsurpassed
service. Guests can stay in
its contemporary tower with
magnificent views of the city, or in
the sophisticated and legendary
French-style mansion built in the
early twentieth century.
fourseasons.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
9
CAPACITY
THEATER
650
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
680
Built in 1909, it is one of the
most elegant hotels in the city.
Considered ground breaking
at the time of its opening, the
building has a footprint of
German Baroque style, which has
been preserved over successive
renovations and expansions.
plazahotelba.com
ROOMS
318
Alvear Palace Hotel
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Meliá
CATEGORY
HALLS
9
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
240
Accomodation
Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt Buenos Aires
Located in the city center,
this hotel offers luxurious and
comfortable facilities. It has
209 rooms and various dining
areas: the Azorin Restaurant, the
Góngora Lobby Bar, the Machado
Café and La Terraza.
melia-buenos-aires.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
7
CAPACITY
THEATER
450
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
In this five-star hotel, the
replendor of an 1934 French
palace mixes flawlessly with
the modern decorations of the
artist Celedonio Lohidoy. Guests
can eat outdoors at the Gioia
Restaurant & Terraces on its
private terrace overlooking the
palace and its gardens.
buenosaires.park.hyatt.com
ROOMS
209
ROOMS
165
NH City & Tower
Panamericano Buenos Aires
CATEGORY
HALLS
12
CAPACITY
THEATER
400
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
ROOMS
303
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In the heart of the tourist,
commercial and financial center
of Buenos Aires, surrounded
by the city’s most important
buildings and monuments, this
hotel offers quick access to the
shopping and entertainment of
Puerto Madero and the traditional
neighborhood of San Telmo
nh-hoteles.es
CATEGORY
HALLS
20
CAPACITY
THEATER
850
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
500
ROOMS
362
Located a few yards from the
Obelisk, from the 23rd floor
guests can enjoy unmatched
views across the 9 de Julio
Avenue, the Colon Theater and
the Palace of Courts. The hotel’s
restaurant Tomo I is a classic
porteña fine-dining experience.
panamericano.us
Regal Pacific Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
5
CAPACITY
THEATER
210
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
150
A boutique hotel set in the heart
of the city, just yards from Puerto
Madero, its luxurious rooms
are designed for relaxation. In
its restaurant Ébano, you can
enjoy lunch or dinner; and at its
Sommelier Lounge, one of its
signature cocktails.
regal-pacific.com
Sofitel Buenos Aires
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
Set in the Bencich Tower, built in
the late 1920s, the hotel decor
is a combination of traditional
Argentine materials, with the
exclusive French “art de vivre.”
Le Sud restaurant, Cafe Arroyo
and the Bibliothèque, with its
charming collection of books
on art, architecture, cuisine and
design, are city classics.
sofitel.com
ROOMS
75
ROOMS
144
Sheraton Libertador Hotel
725 Continental Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
9
CAPACITY
THEATER
600
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
350
ROOMS
100
A classic hotel in Buenos Aires,
with a privileged location in
the financial and commercial
center of the city, near the main
shops and theater circuit along
Corrientes Avenue.
starwoodhotels.com/sheraton
CATEGORY
HALLS
8
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
270
ROOMS
326
Built in 1927 by Alejandro Bustillo,
it is a great symbol of Buenos
Aires architecture. With its
combination of traditional and
vanguard design, it is located
on the diagonal street that joins
the Obelisk with Plaza de Mayo,
forming a magnificent angle that
imprints its beauty on the city.
725continental.com
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Amerian Buenos Aires Park Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
5
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
100
ROOMS
152
Ideal for both business and
pleasure travelers alike, it is
located 200 yards from the
pedestrain street Florida and 400
yards from Puerto Madero. It has
a system of acoustic insulation
with double-thick glass windows
to ensure guests’ privacy and a
peaceful stay.
amerian.com
Americas Towers Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
180
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
140
ROOMS
92
40
Founded in 2001, it is a
neoclassical-style hotel, with
comfortable facilities and
excellent quality of service. All
the spaces are designed and
decorated so that guests feel
at ease.
grupoamericas.com.ar
Accomodation
Argenta Tower Hotel & Suites
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
160
Built in 1998, its location is an
excellent choice for both pleasure
and business. On the top floor,
guests can enjoy a unique space
designed for relaxation: an
outdoor pool, sauna and gym.
On the ground floor is the Vivaldi
Restaurant & Coffee.
argenta-tower.com
Bauen Suite Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
130
Located in the center of Buenos
Aires, on Corrientes Avenue, in
the neighborhood Balvanera, it is
near the main tourist attractions,
monuments, museums, theaters,
cinemas, shopping, bars and
upscale restaurants.
bauensuite.com
Castelar Hotel & Spa
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
220
ROOMS
97
ROOMS
100
ROOMS
160
Aspen Towers
Carsson
Colón
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
180
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
ROOMS
75
Strategically located in the
heart of Buenos Aires, near
the financial, commercial and
business center of the city,
guests can enjoy easy access to
shopping centers, art galleries,
cinemas, theaters and restaurants.
The hotel also has a business
center, a restaurant and two
meeting rooms.
aspentowers.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
100
ROOMS
89
This four-star hotel, near the
financial center of the city, is
located a few yards from shopping
malls, museums, theaters, art
galleries and entertainment.
Its rooms and suites combine a
classic architectural style with
latest technological equipment.
The hotel’s facilities for business
travelers includes rooms for
meetings and other events.
hotelcarsson.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
8
CAPACITY
THEATER
350
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
250
Opened in 1929, it is one of the
most traditional hotels in the
neighborhood of Montserrat,
located just yards from the 9
de Julio Avenue. Its European
architecture has earned the
restaurant and bar the accolade
of being declared a “Notable Bar
of the City of Buenos Aires.”
castelarhotel.com.ar
At the heart of Buenos Aires, this
hotel offers an excellent location
for business or sightseeing. The
modern facilities are spread over
14 floors, with spacious rooms.
It has eight halls for business
events, with capacities ranging
from 10 to 500 guests.
colon-hotel.com.ar
ROOMS
173
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Conte Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
100
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
60
Accomodation
Dazzler Tower San Martín
Located just minutes from the
Obelisk of Buenos Aires, this hotel
is close to the Colon Theater and
Plaza de Mayo. In the Intermezzo
bar, you can sample microbrewed beers, wines and a wide
variety of cheeses and sausages.
conte-hotel.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
170
Located in the neighborhood of
Retiro, this hotel is just steps from
the antique shops, restaurants
and cafes in Florida street. It has
intimate meeting rooms and a
spacious ballroom.
dazzlertowersanmartin.com
ROOMS
118
ROOMS
88
Cuatro Reyes
Dolmen Buenos Aires Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
ROOMS
64
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This hotel is located in the
historic neighborhood of
Montserrat, near numerous
restaurants. It has spacious and
comfortable rooms, a restaurant,
lounges, a business center, and
offers guests assistance with
tours and transport.
hotelcuatroreyes.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
64
ROOMS
147
Located a few yards from Santa
Fe Avenue and a few blocks from
the Galerias Pacifico shopping
center and the Colon Theater, it
offers fully equipped rooms, a
health club and meeting rooms.
hoteldolmen.com.ar
Duomi
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
100
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
Elevage Buenos Aires Hotel
In the neighborhood of San
Nicolas, a few yards from Avenida
de Mayo, this hotel offers elegant
rooms, with a bathtub, dressing
room and minibar. It also has a
gourmet restaurant on the top
floor.
duomi.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
130
In the most sophisticated area
of Buenos Aires, just one block
from the Plaza San Martin and
the pedestrian street Florida, this
hotel is near many of the city’s
main tourist attractions, such as
the Colon Theater, the Obelisk,
Plaza de Mayo, Galerias Pacifico
and Puerto Madero.
elevage.com.ar
ROOMS
103
ROOMS
103
El Conquistador Hotel
Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
235
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
ROOMS
133
It is strategically located in the
city center, just yards from the
main avenues 9 de Julio and
Santa Fe. It has 133 rooms in
several categories, including
standard, superior, city view and
double, triple and senior suites.
elconquistador.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
1
CAPACITY
THEATER
110
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
70
This traditional hotel is located
near Plaza San Martin, in an area
of elegant shops and fine dining.
It has a bar, a restaurant, meeting
rooms, a business center, safety
deposit boxes, security cameras
and parking.
granhotelbuenosaires.com
ROOMS
86
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Grand Boulevard Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
1
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
100
Located on 9 de Julio Avenue,
just steps from the Obelisk, it is
near some of the biggest houses
of tango, Puerto Madero and just
minutes from the main tourist,
commercial and business centers.
grandboulevardhotel.com
Accomodation
Hotel de las Américas
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
180
Ideal for those wishing to stay in
the central shopping area of the
city, this hotel is just a few yards
from the 9 de Julio Avenue, Santa
Fe Avenue and the Colon Theater.
grupoamericas.com.ar
Lafayette Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
Located in the heart of Buenos
Aires, the hotel offers you style
and comfort to enjoy your stay
in the city. It is just few yards
from Puerto Madero, Corrientes
Avenue and traditional streets
Lavalle and Florida.
lafayettehotel.com.ar
Madero Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
11
CAPACITY
THEATER
350
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
110
ROOMS
85
ROOMS
130
ROOMS
83
ROOMS
197
Grand King Hotel
Intersur Recoleta
Las Naciones Hotel, Suite & Tower
Meliá Recoleta Plaza Boutique Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
6
CAPACITY
THEATER
140
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
80
ROOMS
101
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Located downtown on the
emblematic street Lavalle, just
yards away from the pedestrian
street Florida, it is well prepared
for comfort and known for its
excellent service.
grandking.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
8
CAPACITY
THEATER
200
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
100
ROOMS
100
In the exclusive neighborhood of
Recoleta, this hotel offers a spa,
gym and free Wi-Fi. The glass
roof in its bar Recolecto is worth
seeing and its restaurant Marcelo
offers fine Italian cuisine and an
exclusive wine list.
intersurrecoleta.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
400
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
200
ROOMS
300
Located on Corrientes Avenue,
it is well connected with public
transport and surrounded by
tourist attractions, including the
Obelisk and the pedestrian street
Florida. In the area there are
numerous restaurants and cafes,
including the traditional tango
dance hall La Ideal.
hotellasnaciones.com.ar
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
30
Its minimalist design is inspired
by the exclusive and modern
area of Puerto Madero, which has
become the hub of contemporary
architecture in the city. It offers
guests rooms overlooking the
river and city. In its award-winning
Rëd Resto & Lounge, guests can
enjoy a mix of local flavors and
culinary creativity.
hotelmadero.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
180
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
Located in the heart of Recoleta,
it offers a differentiated service,
with 52 luxurious rooms and
five exclusive suites. Its bistro
Recoleta offers a menu with
Argentinean and international
dishes.
melia-boutique-recoletaplaza.com/es_index.html
ROOMS
125
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NH Crillón
CATEGORY
HALLS
6
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
190
Accomodation
NH 9 de Julio
Just steps from the Plaza San
Martin and a few blocks from
the pedestrian street Florida, its
French architecture, combined
with a progressive style, is
found in every room and space
throughout the hotel.
nh-hoteles.es
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
100
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
70
It is an excellent starting point for
exploring the city. A short walk
from the Obelisk along the widest
avenue in the world, it offers easy
access to shopping and cultural
attractions.
nh-hoteles.es
Unique Executive Chateau
CATEGORY
HALLS
1
CAPACITY
THEATER
170
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
110
Located in the neighborhood of
Recoleta, a few yards from Santa
Fe Avenue, near Patio Bullrich
shopping, attractions, museums,
convention centers and numerous
restaurants.
uniquehotels.com.ar/uniqueexecutive-chateau
Hotel Presidente
CATEGORY
HALLS
7
CAPACITY
THEATER
290
This hotel in the heart of the
city offers multiple facilities and
services, including a bar, safe,
restaurant, business center, gym
and sauna.
hotelpresidente.com.ar
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
220
ROOMS
96
ROOMS
176
ROOMS
63
ROOMS
244
NH Lancaster
Novotel Buenos Aires
Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel
Reconquista Garden
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
ROOMS
90
46
Located in downtown Buenos
Aires, just steps from the shops
on Florida Street and Plaza
San Martin. The hotel offers
rooms with classic furnishings
and modern amenities. It also
offers rooms for meetings and
conferences, which combine
technology and functionality.
nh-hoteles.es
CATEGORY
HALLS
8
CAPACITY
THEATER
275
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
192
ROOMS
129
Just two blocks from the Obelisk,
it is surrounded by the city’s
largest theaters and cultural
centers. In the Patio #378 space
is the restaurant, bar and outdoor
patio with a swimming pool,
sauna and gym. It offers meeting
rooms, a business center, free
Wi-Fi and private parking.
novotel.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
8
CAPACITY
THEATER
320
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
180
ROOMS
133
It is located in the center of the
city, on 9 de Julio Avenue, just
yards from the Colon Theater.
It has 133 modern, spacious and
elegant rooms with natural light,
equipped to ensure the highest
standards of comfort.
pestana.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
1
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
40
Just four blocks from the
Colon Theater and close to
the GaleriasPacifico shopping
center and the Obelisk, the hotel
offers a sauna, gym, bar and
restaurant, where regional and
international dishes are served.
hotelesreconquista.com.ar
ROOMS
74
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Reconquista Plaza
CATEGORY
HALLS
3
CAPACITY
THEATER
100
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
40
Strategically located in the
business center of Buenos
Aires, on the pedestrian street
Reconquista. It has a meeting
room, a restaurant and a variety
of services provided by a
professional staff.
hotelesreconquista.com.ar
Accomodation
Rochester Classic
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
120
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
80
Just five blocks from the Colon
Theater, the traditional pedestrian
street Florida and Puerto Madero,
this classic hotel is located in the
city’s downtown area. The hotel
has a tour desk
for guests
rochester-hotel.com.ar
Solans Carlton Hotel & Business Area
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
100
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
40
At the gateway to the upscale
neighborhood Recoleta, this
hotel is located near the best
restaurants, art galleries and
designer shops and just steps
from the city’s commercial and
financial center.
solans.com/carlton
Scala Hotel
CATEGORY
HALLS
4
CAPACITY
THEATER
180
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
75
Located in the neighborhood of
San Telmo, guests will enjoy easy
access to the historical, cultural,
financial, and gastronomic heart
of the city. It has 143 spacious
rooms and multiple, connected
rooms adaptable to the needs of
any type of meeting, presentation
or conference.
scalahotelbuenosaires.com
ROOMS
60
ROOMS
120
ROOMS
77
ROOMS
70
Regente Palace Hotel
Sheltown Hotel
Faena Hotel Buenos Aires
Hotel 562 Nogaró
CATEGORY
HALLS
9
CAPACITY
THEATER
400
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
300
ROOMS
140
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In the heart of Buenos Aires,
just steps from strategic
locations such as Puerto Madero,
Recoleta and the famous Colon
Theater, it has 139 spacious and
comfortable rooms for guests,
in addition to meeting rooms,
banquet halls and convention
spaces.
regente.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
2
CAPACITY
THEATER
100
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
50
ROOMS
70
This hotel is located in the
busiest and most elegant area of
Buenos Aires with easy access
to shopping areas, restaurants
and theaters. It offers 68 rooms,
a business center, bar, restaurant
and conference and meeting
room.
hotelsheltown.com.ar
CATEGORY
HALLS
1
CAPACITY
THEATER
150
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
120
ROOMS
90
This avant-garde hotel in the
exclusive area of Puerto Madero
offers guests a bistro and a wine
cellar. The rooms are elegantly
decorated, with automatic velvet
curtains and venetian blinds.
faena.com
CATEGORY
HALLS
11
CAPACITY
THEATER
300
Located in the vicinity of Plaza de
Mayo, this hotel welcomes guests
with a refined style and 24-hour
room service.
562nogaro.com
CAPACITY
BANQUET HALLS
270
ROOMS
140
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Accomodation
1 TO 3 STAR HOTELS
3 STARS
Alpino Hotel
Cabello 3316/18
Rooms: 35
Tel: (+54) 11 4802 5151
Atlas Tower
Ave. Corrientes 1778
Rooms: 72
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 9371/5217
Bel Air Buenos Aires Hotel
Arenales 1462
Rooms: 77
Tel: (+54) 11 4021 4000
BA Central Hotel
Junín 357
Rooms: 78
Tel: (+54) 11 4953 4455/4071
Cardton Hotel
Perón 1555
Rooms: 30
Tel: (+54) 11 4382 2463
Ecuador Hotel
Alsina 2820
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4956 0532/33
Gran Hotel Orly
Paraguay 474
Rooms: 168
Tel: (+54) 11 4312 5344 to 48
Impala
Libertad 1215
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 4816 0430/39
Eleven Palace Hotel
La Rioja 87
Rooms: 62
Tel: (+54) 11 4864 5097
Holiday Inn Express
Ave. Leandro N. Alem 770
Rooms: 116
Tel: (+54) 11 4311 5200
Imperial Park
Lima 107 - Hipólito Yrigoyen 108
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 0555
Embajador
Pellegrini 1181/85
Rooms: 52
Tel: (+54) 11 4326 5302
Hotel de las Luces
Alsina 527
Rooms: 53
Tel: (+54) 11 4343 6776
Irun
Santiago del Estero 1671
Rooms: 46
Tel: (+54) 11 4306 0018
Esmeralda Palace Hotel
Esmeralda 527
Rooms: 70
Tel: (+54) 11 5811 0317/22
Hotel Ibis Buenos Aires
Obelisco
Ave. Corrientes 1344
Rooms: 168
Tel: (+54) 11 4370 9300
La Perla Hotel
Ave. Jujuy 36
Rooms: 61
Tel: (+54) 11 5218 7737 to 40
Europlaza Hotel & Suites
Montevideo 327
Rooms: 37
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 4272
5032 7679/7699
Columbia Palace Hotel
Ave. Corrientes 1533
Rooms: 67
Tel: (+54) 11 4373 1906
Gran Hotel Ailen
Suipacha 18
Rooms: 18
Tel: (+54) 11 4345 4980
4343 2037
Constitución Palace Hotel
Lima 1697
Rooms: 135
Tel: (+54) 11 4305 9010
Gran Hotel Argentino
Pellegrini 37
Rooms: 143
Tel: (+54) 11 4334 4001/02
D’Artist Hotel Boutique
Perón 838
Rooms: 39
Tel: (+54) 11 5252 6210/1/2/3
Gran Hotel de la Paix
Rivadavia 1155
Rooms: 66
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 8061/63
50
Hotel Dazzler Laprida
Laprida 1902
Rooms: 45
Tel: (+54) 11 5199 8399
Hotel N’Ontué
Ave. Corrientes 3321
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4863 4098/99
Liberty Hotel
Ave. Corrientes 632
Rooms: 94
Tel: (+54) 11 5279 0000
Lincoln Hotel
San José 1299
Rooms: 86
Tel: (+54) 11 4306 4687
Howard Johnson Inn
Bartolomé Mitre 2241
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 4952 6010
Luey
Ave. Rivadavia 2902
Rooms:71
Tel: (+54) 11 4862 3873
4866 4427
Ibis Hotel
Hipólito Yrigoyen 1592
Rooms: 110
Tel: (+54) 11 5300 5555
Lyon Hotel
Riobamba 251
Rooms: 76
Tel: (+54) 11 4372 0100/09
Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires
Moreno 376
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 6091 2000
Rochester Concept
Maipú 572
Rooms: 72
Tel: (+54) 11 4328 3930/3943
Napoleón Hotel
Rivadavia 1364
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 5353 2031
Sarmiento Palace Hotel
Sarmiento 1953
Rooms: 100
Tel: (+54) 11 4953 3404/13
Normandie Hotel
Rodríguez Peña 320
Rooms: 59
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 7001 to 06
Sarum
Quesada 2370
Rooms: 48
Tel: (+54) 11 4704 0039
Nuevo Hotel Callao
Ave. Callao 292
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4374 4222
Serena Hotel Buenos Aires
Libertad 1617
Rooms: 34
Tel: (+54) 11 4813 3226
Parlamento Hotel
Rodríguez Peña 61
Rooms: 55
Tel: (+54) 11 4374 1410
Splendid Hotel
Ave. Rivadavia 950
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4345 2800
Plaza Francia
Pje. Schiaffino 2189
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4807 7400
Torre Hotel
Olleros 4186
Rooms: 84
Tel: (+54) 11 4552 6034
Promenade Hotel
Marcelo T. de Alvear 444
Rooms: 61
Tel: (+54) 11 4312 5681
Viasui
Viamonte 960
Rooms: 58
Tel: (+54) 11 5252 3070/71/72
/73
Regis Hotel
Lavalle 813
Rooms: 84
Tel: (+54) 11 4327 2614
River Hotel
Montevideo 84
Rooms: 42
Tel: (+54) 11 4382 8789
4384 8206
Victory Hotel
Maipú 880
Rooms: 93
Tel: (+54) 11 4314 8415/5440
Waldorf
Paraguay 450
Rooms: 120
Tel: (+54) 11 4312 2071 al 78
2 STARS
A & B Internacional
Montevideo 242
Rooms: 32
Tel: (+54) 11 4384 9516
4382 4118
Aires Express
Bartolomé Mitre 310
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4867 1265
4860 0204
Americano Hotel
Rodríguez Peña 265
Rooms: 43
Tel: (+54) 11 4382 4223
Astoria
Ave. De Mayo 916
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 4334 9061/5
Ayacucho Palace Hotel
Ayacucho 1408
Rooms: 64
Tel: (+54) 11 4806 1815
Ayamitre Hotel
Ayacucho 106
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 4953 1655/5733
Be Hollywood
Humboldt 1716
Rooms: 30
Tel: (+54) 11 5555 8100
Blanro
Junín 759
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4374 2000/0604
Camaro Palace Hotel
Sarmiento 4239
Rooms: 43
Tel: (+54) 11 48674798/0195
Cecil Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 1239
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 3511
Central Córdoba Hotel
San Martín 1021
Rooms: 39
Tel: (+54) 11 4311 1175
Chile
Ave. De Mayo 1297
Rooms: 68
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 7877/1333
Comfort Hotel
Viamonte 1501
Rooms: 36
Tel: (+54) 11 4814 4917
Diplomat
San Martín 918
Rooms: 48
Tel: (+54) 11 4311 9370/2718
El Molino Hotel
Ave. Callao 164
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 4374 9112
Esperia
Urquiza 222
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4957 3937
Esplendor Palermo Soho
Guatemala 4931
Rooms: 27
Tel: (+54) 11 4899 4000
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Accomodation
Fides Palace Hotel
Pavón 1281
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 4305 5037/38/39
Hotel Star
Ecuador 12
Rooms: 18
Tel: (+54) 11 4866 0333
Mari Plaza Hotel
Bartolomé Mitre 2021
Rooms: 27
Tel: (+54) 11 4952 8359
Recoleta Hotel
Pagano J. L. 2684
Rooms: 37
Tel: (+54) 11 4802 7318
Gran Hotel Atlantic
Castelli 45
Rooms: 71
Tel: (+54) 11 4951 0081
Internacional
Bernardo de Irigoyen 552
Rooms: 47
Tel: (+54) 11 4334 4949
Novel Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 915
Rooms: 46
Tel: (+54) 11 4345 3532
Río Hotel
Salguero 218
Rooms: 31
Tel: (+54) 11 4983 8837
Gran Hotel Hispano
Ave. De Mayo 861
Rooms: 53
Tel: (+54) 11 4342 4431
King´s Hotel
Ave. Corrientes 623
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4322 8461/8161
Nuevo Mundial Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 1298
Rooms: 97
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 0011
Ritz
Ave. De Mayo 1111
Rooms: 35
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 9001
Gran Hotel Libertad
Libertad 249
Rooms: 63
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 2631
4382 7789
La Aventura Hotel (Ex
Familia)
Ituzaingó 763
Rooms: 50
Tel: (+54) 11 4362 0519
Pacífico Hotel
Oro 2554
Rooms: 41
Tel: (+54) 11 4771 4071
Rodney Hotel
Junín 35
Rooms: 54
Tel: (+54) 11 4953 3232
Gran Vedra
Ave. De Mayo 1350
Rooms: 33
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 0584
Lisboa
Bartolomé Mitre 1282
Rooms: 46
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 2152
Palermo Hotel
Godoy Cruz 2709
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4774 7342
Suipacha Inn
Suipacha 515
Rooms: 28
Tel: (+54) 11 4322 0099
Guido Palace Hotel
Guido 1780
Rooms: 23
Tel: (+54) 11 4812 0674/0841
Los Tres Reyes
Brasil 423
Rooms: 44
Tel: (+54) 11 4300 9456
Paname
Godoy Cruz 2774
Rooms: 56
Tel: (+54) 11 4771 4041
Termine Hotel
Castelli 61
Rooms: 55
Tel: (+54) 11 4951 0071
Hotel Avenida
Ave. De Mayo 623
Rooms: 34
Tel: (+54) 11 4342 5664
Madrid Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 1137
Rooms: 46
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 9021
Plaza Roma
Lavalle 110
Rooms: 65
Tel: (+54) 11 4311 1679
Tres Sargentos Hotel
Tres Sargentos 345
Rooms: 56
Tel: (+54) 11 4312 6081
Hotel Carrara
Ave. Rivadavia 2307
Rooms: 31
Tel: (+54) 11 4952 1888
Marbella Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 1261
Rooms: 78
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 8566
Príncipe Norte Hotel
Laprida 1454
Rooms: 22
Tel: (+54) 11 4821 9818
Tucumán Palace Hotel
Tucumán 384
Rooms: 56
Tel: (+54) 11 4311 3555
Hotel Central
Solís 192
Rooms: 44
Tel: (+54) 11 4373 8785
Mine Hotel Boutique
Gorriti 4770
Rooms: 20
Tel: (+54) 11 4832 1100
52
Real Splendid
Falcón 2799
Rooms: 42
Tel: (+54) 11 4611 3279
1 STAR
248 Finisterra
Báez 248
Rooms: 12
Tel: (+54) 11 4773 0901
4776 8777
Cevallos Palace Hotel
Virrey Cevallos 261
Rooms: 30
Tel: (+54) 11 4372 7636
Gran Sarmiento
Sarmiento 1892
Rooms: 28
Tel: (+54) 11 4372 2764
Cóndor Hotel
La Rioja 258
Rooms: 53
Tel: (+54) 11 4932 7626
Hispano Argentino
Catamarca 167
Rooms: 36
Tel: (+54) 11 4931 5543
4932 3980
Ayres Porteños
Tango Suites
Chacabuco 615
Rooms: 28
Tel: (+54) 11 4307 0802
15 5376 6949
De la Rue
Freire 1765
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 4551 4884
4552 4048
Alfa
Riobamba 1064
Rooms: 52
Tel: (+54) 11 4812 2889/3719
Du Helder Hotel
Ave. Rivadavia 857
Rooms: 69
Tel: (+54) 11 4345 4908
Avenida Petit Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 1347
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 2428/7831
El Cabildo
Lavalle 748
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 4322 6695/6745
Bohemia Buenos Aires
Hotel
Perú 845
Rooms: 17
Tel: (+54) 11 4115 2561/2566
El Castillo Hotel
Marcelo T. de Alvear 1813
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 4813 2048
Brisas Hotel
Tacuarí 1621
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 4300 5076/77
Castelli 75
Castelli 75
Rooms: 24
Tel: (+54) 11 4952
9003/8584
Fiorentino Hotel
Urquiza 187
Rooms: 30
Tel: (+54) 11 4932 9641
4931 1368
Frossard Hotel
Tucumán 686
Rooms: 18
Tel: (+54) 11 4322 1811
Mordomo
Ciudad de la Paz 2942
Rooms: 22
Tel: (+54) 11 4544 2711
4545 1263
Omega
Paraguay 2991
Rooms: 19
Tel: (+54) 11 4962 5431
Hotel Siena
Perón 1554
Rooms: 35
Tel: (+54) 11 4371
0720/7422/6346
Onzé Hotel
Ecuador 1644
Rooms: 12
Tel: (+54) 11 4821 2873
4821 2874
Key’s Hotel
Zapata 315
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 4778 3233
Palace Solís
Solís 352
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 7428/6266
La Fresque
Ave. De Mayo 984
Rooms: 34
Tel: (+54) 11 4331 3615
Prince Hotel
Arenales 1627
Rooms:44
Tel: (+54) 11 4811 8004
Llano
Hipólito Yrigoyen 3023
Rooms: 27
Tel: (+54) 11 4861 1672
Quito
Alsina 2737
Rooms: 15
Tel: (+54) 11 4957 5056
Majestic Hotel
Libertad 121
Rooms: 41
Tel: (+54) 11 4382 6441/1949
Río de la Plata
Garay 1271
Rooms: 39
Tel: (+54) 11 4305 3191
4306 8689
Milan
Montevideo 337
Rooms: 45
Tel: (+54) 11 4373 0759
4374 1906
Turistas Hotel
Ave. De Mayo 686
Rooms: 32
Tel: (+54) 11 4331 2281/2485
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APART HOTEL
3 STARS
Aspen Suites
Esmeralda 933
Rooms: 149
Tel: (+54) 11 4313 9011
Design CE
M. T. de Alvear 1695
Rooms: 28
Tel: (+54) 11 5237 3100
Hotel Pampa
La Pampa 751
Rooms: 41
Tel: (+54) 11 4789 9561
L’Etoile
Roberto Ortiz 1835
Rooms: 100
Tel: (+54) 11 4805 2626
Tribeca
Bartolomé Mitre 1265
Rooms: 32
Tel: (+54) 11 4372 5444
2 STARS
Amerian Congreso
Bartolomé Mitre 1744
Rooms: 90
Tel: (+54) 11 5032 5200
Apart Hotel Congreso
Bartolomé Mitre 1824
Rooms: 40
Tel: (+54) 11 4954 8410
Apart Soho All Suites
Honduras 4762
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Habitaciones: 21
Tel: (+54) 11 4832 3000
Argentina Tango Hotel
Suipacha 545
Rooms: 28
Tel: (+54) 11 4322 3434
Crystal Suites
Uruguay 820
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 5811 4169/70/73
Embassy All Suites
Ave. Córdoba 860
Rooms: 65
Tel: (+54) 11 4322
1228/1823/3930/4742
Espacia Suites
Amenábar 1135
Rooms: 24
Tel: (+54) 11 4786 8687
Ícaro Suites
Montevideo 229
Rooms: 62
Tel: (+54) 11 4372 9000
Intersur Suites
Ave. Corrientes 1984
Rooms: 88
Tel: (+54) 11 5246 1500
Ker Belgrano
Vuelta de Obligado 2727
Rooms: 27
Tel: (+54) 11 4789 9383
Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites
Díaz Dolodrero 2513
Rooms: 38
Accomodation
Tel: (+54) 11 5555 6500
Mayflower
Paraná 720
Rooms: 46
Tel: (+54) 11 5238 0050
Olmo Dorado
Saavedra 484
Rooms: 35
Tel: (+54) 11 4308 6555
int. 222
Palermo Suites Buenos
Aires Apartments
F. J. S. de Oro 2529
Rooms: 38
Tel: (+54) 11 5197 5800
The Glu Hotel
Godoy Cruz 1733
Rooms: 11
Tel: (+54) 11 4831 4646
Torrecillas Soho
Godoy Cruz 1655
Rooms: 12
Tel: (+54) 11 4833 4303
Ulises Recoleta
Ayacucho 2016
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 4804
4571/72/0734/0737
Urban Suites Recoleta
Junín 1727
Rooms: 35
Tel: (+54) 11 4803 2300
Urbanica Suites
Montañeses 2585
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 4787 3003
Vitrum Hotel
Gorriti 5641
Rooms: 14
Tel: (+54) 11 4776 5030
1 STAR
Benco Apart Hotel
Hipólito Yrigoyen 1534
Rooms: 26
Tel: (+54) 11 4373 7207/08
Oro Appart
F. J. S. de Oro 2706
Rooms: 22
Tel: (+54) 11 4899
0230/0264
América Studios
Uruguay 847
Rooms: 59
Tel: (+54) 11 4814 2060
Anchorena Apart Hotel
Anchorena 1121
Rooms: 25
Tel: (+54) 11 4961 8548/9445
Apart Garten Village
Suipacha 250
Rooms: 26
Tel: (+54) 11 4326
0163/7879/8737
Broadway All Suites Appart
Hotel
Ave. Corrientes 1173
Rooms: 66
Tel: (+54) 11 4378 9250
Cabildo Suites Club & Spa
Ave. Cabildo 1950
Rooms: 54
Tel: (+54) 11 4780 1900
Loi Suites Esmeralda
Marcelo T. de Alvear 842
Rooms: 101
Tel: (+54) 11 4131 6800
Plaza San Martín Suites
Suipacha 1092
Rooms: 58
Tel: (+54) 11 4328 4740/41
Catalinas Suite
Tucumán 313
Rooms: 60
Tel: (+54) 11 4314 1400
Sarmiento Suites
Sarmiento 670
Rooms: 38
Tel: (+54) 11 4393
8997/8937/9035
Dazzler Suites Arroyo
Suipacha 1359
Rooms: 78
Tel: (+54) 11 4325
4545/8200
Torre Cristóforo Colombo
Suites
F. J. S. de Oro 2747/55
Rooms: 160
Tel: (+54) 11 4777 9622
Design Suites
Marcelo T. de Alvear 1683
Rooms: 41
Tel: (+54) 11 4814 8700
4590 8540 (reservas)
Trianon Residence
Ave. Callao 1869
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4811
3601/5403/9789
Flamingo Apart Hotel
Talcahuano 120
Rooms: 20
Tel: (+54) 11 4374 4400
Viamonte Buenos Aires
Apart
Viamonte 1373
Rooms: 43
Tel: (+54) 11 4371
9993/7099/2022
Apart Recoleta Ar
Guido 1948
Rooms:160
Tel: (+54) 11 4801 8003
George Gruki
Mendoza 4569
Rooms: 22
Tel: (+54) 11 4544
8904/6055/6105
Apart Tres Reyes
Luis Sáenz Peña 294
Rooms: 20
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 1238
Loi Suites Arenales
Arenales 855
Rooms: 76
Tel: (+54) 11 4324 9400
HOSTELS
O6 Central Hostel
Maipú 306
Tel: (+54) 11 5219 0052/53
06centralhostel.com
Altos de Agronomía
Barzana 1249
Tel: (+54) 11 4522 4916
altosdeagronomia.com.ar
Art Factory Hostel
Piedras 545
Tel: (+54) 11 4343 1463
artfactoryba.com.ar
Art Factory Palermo
Costa Rica 4353
Tel: (+54) 11 42004 4958
artfactorypalermo.com.ar
B.A. Stop Hostel
Ave. Rivadavia 1194
Tel: (+54) 11 4382 7406
bastop.com
Kilca Hostel & Ilca Hostel &
Backpacker
México 1545
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 1966
kilcabackpacker.com
Play Hostel
Guatemala 4636
Tel: (+54) 11 4832 4257
playhostel.com
Ostinatto Hostel
Chile 680
Tel: (+54) 11 4300 2535
ostinatto.com
Sabatico Travelers Hotel
México 1410
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 1138
sabaticohostel.com.ar
Sudamerika Hostel & Suites
Hipólito Yrigoyen 951
Tel: (+54) 11 4342 3053
sudamerikahostel.com.ar
De los Dos Congresos
Ave. Rivadavia 1777
Rooms: 51
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 0072/4372
Estación Buenos Aires
Hostel
Solís 458
Tel: (+54) 11 4381 0734
hostelestacionbuenosaires.
com
Hostel Recoleta
Libertad 1216
Tel: (+54) 11 4812 4419
hirecoleta.com.ar
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TANGO SHOWS
El Viejo Almacén
Buenos Aires is the world capital of
tango. The passion and sensuality of
this genre manifest in its rhythm and
dance.
The city offers a wide range of
alternatives for enjoying tango, for
incentive or corporate groups or
individuals. At the tango houses, you
can enjoy dinner and a show; while at
the city’s milongas, you can enjoy a
drink, take a class and learn to dance.
TANGO HOUSES
THINGS TO DO
AND SEE
A city to live the mystique of
tango, enjoy its arts and culture,
and cut loose with its vibrant
nightlife.
El Ateneo Grand Splendid Bookstore
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Caminito Tango Show
Del Valle Iberlucea 1151, La Boca
Tel: (+54) 11 4301 1520
Señor Tango
Vieytes 1655, Barracas
Tel: (+54) 11 4303 0231
señortango.com.ar
Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso
Defensa 1575, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4307 6506
torquato.com.ar
Madero Tango
Elvira Rawson de Dellepiane 150,
Puerto Madero
Tel: (+54) 11 5239 3009
maderotango.com
Rojo Tango
Martha Salotti 445, Puerto Madero
Tel: (+54) 11 5787 1536
rojotango.com
Bar Sur
Estados Unidos 299, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4362 6086
bar-sur.com.ar
El Viejo Almacén
Ave. Independencia 303, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4342 3353
viejoalmacen.com
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Taconeando – La Vereda de Beba
Balcarce 725, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4307 6696
taconeando.com
La Cumparsita
Chile 302, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4361 6880
lacumparsitatango.com.ar
La Ventana
Balcarce 431, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 4334 1315
laventanaweb.com
Gala Tango
Pasaje 5 de Julio 434, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 4334 0777
galatango.com
El Querandí
Perú 302, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 5199 1770
querandi.com.ar
Café Tortoni
Ave. De Mayo 825, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 4342 4382
cafetortoni.com.ar
Piazzolla Tango
Florida 165, Galería Güemes, San
Nicolás
Tel: (+54) 11 4344 8200
piazzollatango.com
Milonga
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Tango Porteño
Cerrito 570, San Nicolás
Tel: (+54) 11 4124 9400
tangoporteño.com.ar
Tel: (+54) 11 4815 6885 / 4816 1856
TANGO CLASSES
La Viruta
Armenia 1366, Palermo
Tel: (+54) 11 4774 6357
Escuela de Maripositas
Carlos Calvo 950, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4300 3247
Centro Cultural Plaza Defensa
Defensa 535, Monserrat
Tel.: (+54) 11 4342 6610
La Escuela de Tango
San José 364, Floor 3, Apt. A, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 4383 0466
Escuela Argentina de Tango
Viamonte 525, Retiro
Tel: (+54) 11 4312 4990
Academia Roberto Herrera
Sarandí 426, Floor 1, Balvanera
Tel: (+54) 11 4941 4540
Tango Escuela Carlos Copello
Anchorena 575, Balvanera (Abasto)
Tel: (+54) 11 4864 6229
Academia Tango el Beso
Riobamba 416, Balvanera
Tel: (+54) 11 4953 2794
Academia de Tango de Mayoral y Elsa María
Ave. Callao 1078, Recoleta
Mora Godoy Tango Escuela
Ave. Pueyrredón 1090, Floor 2, Recoleta
Tel: (+54) 11 4964 0254
MILONGAS
Alma Bohemio
Necochea 948, La Boca
Tel: (+54) 11 4307 0114
Mosaico Tanguero
Cochabamba 444, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 15 5010 7949
Plaza Dorrego
Defensa and Humberto I, San Telmo
Sundays at 6pm
Bendita Milonga
Perú 571, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 4560 1514
Club Independencia
Ave. Independencia 572, San Telmo
Tel: (+54) 11 4931 7977
Porteño y Bailarín
Riobamba 345, Balvanera
Tel: (+54) 11 4932 5452
Nuevo Salón de Argentina
Bartolomé Mitre 1759, San Nicolás
Tel: (+54) 11 4371 6767
Confitería La Ideal
Suipacha 384, San Nicolás
Tel: (+54) 11 5265 8069 / 4328 7750
Academia de tango
El Abrazo
Sarmiento 3131, Balvanera
Niño Bien
Humberto I 1462, Floor 1, Constitución
Tel: (+54) 11 15 4147 8687
Bien Porteño
Ave. Rivadavia 1394, Monserrat
Tel: (+54) 11 15 5428 3423
Lo de Celia Tango
Humberto I 1783, Floor 1, Constitución
Tel: (+54) 11 15 4184 4244
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GREEN SPACES
MUSEUM MILE
Buenos Aires offers many large
expanses of green spaces and
multiple outdoor experiences to
enjoy, from biking to bird watching.
On foot, bike or by bus, you can visit these 16
museums and cltural spaces in the city over the
course of 48 hours or three days. History, art,
technology and science spread over 40 city
blocks (one mile), from Retiro to Palermo.
Monumental Tower
Tres de Febrero Park
The park, popularly known As the
woods of Palermo, is known for its
forested areas, artificial lakes and rose
garden. With over 400 hectares, it is
the most popular green space in the
city, enjoyed by everyone.
Isaac Fernández Blanco Museum of
Hispano-American Art
Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz National Railway Musuem
Musuem of Architecture and Design
Palace of the Arts: Palais de Glace
MALBA
Recoleta Cultural Center
Thays Park
This green space of approximately
4500 m2 was named after French
landscape architect Carlos Thays.
Within the park, there are many
artistic works on display, including
the United Nations statue by sculptor
Marta Minujín; Masculine Torso, by
Colombia artist Fernando Botero;
Pro National Culture monument
by the Italian sculptor Alejo Afani;
and “The Tree,” by the artist Néstor
Basterretxea.
National Museum of Fine Art
Sculpture Exhibition Walkway
Museum of the Argentine Automobile
José Hernández Museum of Folk Art
Metropolitan Museum
MALBA
Evita Museum
Galileo Galilei Planetarium
Eduardo Sívori Museum of Fine Arts
National Museum of Fine Arts
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Japanese Garden
It was built by the Japanese
community and inaugurated in 1967 on
occasion of a State visit to Argentina
by then-Crown Prince Akihito and
Princess Michiko of Japan. In addition
to its garden, it has a cultural activities
center, a restaurant, a nursery, and a
gift shop. Admission is charged and
the proceeds go to the upkeep of the
cultural center and grounds.
Japanese Garden
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Botanical Garden
The gardens offer a nice place for a
walk or just to sit and relax. On its
seven hectares, there are around
6,000 plant species, a botany library,
three distinct landscape gardening
styles (French, Roman and Oriental),
a herbarium and five greenhouses,
a large collection of sculptures and
a English-style manor house for art
exhibitions and workshops.
Costanera Norte Sports Park
Located in Saint Tropez Park along
Costanera Norte, it is one of the
meeting points for fans of extreme
sports, such as skateboarding,
longboard, bowl skating, flatland
skating, inline slalom, mountain
biking, bicipolo and La Palestra
(rock climbing). Built by the city
government, the park has an outdoor
fitness circuit, a park for events and
concerts, and LED lighting system
powered by solar energy.
CALENDAR
Make the most of the city’s events.
Check the tourism calendar for the
latest information about activities
to enjoy during your stay:
buenosaires.gob.ar/turismo
Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve
ENTERTAINMENT
AND LEISURE
COMMERCIAL THEATERS
Corrientes Avenue, near the Obelisk,
is the starting point of this tour. These
theaters offer spectators a wide
selection of live entertainment from
musicals and tango shows, revues
and local adaptations of international
works. Among the most important
theaters are the Lola Membrives,
National, Astral, La Plaza, Metropolitan
and Ópera.
Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve
Located between Puerto Madero and
the banks of the Rio de la Plata, it
is the city’s first protected area. On
these 360 hectares of green space,
visitors can enjoy its lagoons and
marshes, forests of alder trees and
pampas grass.
It is ideal for walking tours and bird
watching, reservations by mail
CORRIENTES AVENUE
Along this avenue is the largest
number of bookstores, theaters,
pizzerias and cafes in the city.
Nicknamed “the street that never
sleeps” for its vibrant nightlife, it
witnessed the golden age of tango. Its
bars, theaters and cabarets brought
together the great musicians of the
thirties, forties and fifties.
Book and music lovers will feel they’ve
found paradise along this avenue. New
and old copies of your favorite records
and books can be purchased with
options for every budget. It is ideal
for an evening stroll as stores close
around 10pm.
NOTABLE BARS
There are bars that because of
their antiquity, architecture or local
significance, are considered “notable”
and officially form part of the city’s
cultural heritage. Conversing with
someone over a café “cortado” (a
small coffee with a dash of milk) is a
typical porteño ritual.
[email protected]
Teatro Nacional Cervantes
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GASTRONOMIC TOURS
Things to do and see
Palermo Hollywood
Here visitors will find rich choice of bistros
offering fusion, signature and international
cuisine. Although more dispersed than its
sister neighborhood on the other side of
the railway tracks, it is worth exploring.
BUSINESS HOURS
BANKS AND EXCHANGE
AGENCIES
Monday to Friday, 10am
to 3pm.
STORES AND BUSINESSES
Puerto Madero
Puerto Madero is one of the most
important gastronomic centers of the
city. All along the main street Alicia
Moreau de Justo, in the old docks of
the port of Buenos Aires, there are
well-known grills, serving up Argentine
barbecue as well as many international
restaurants.
From 9am to 8pm.
Las Cañitas
Near the Argentine Polo Club and its fields,
along Báez and surrounding streets, there are
several restaurants and bars that form a thriving
gastronomic center and nightspot.
Chinatown
Along Arribeños Street and surrounding
streets, there are numerous Asian
restaurants and markets. Another wave
of more recent immigrants has brought
another traditional cuisine to the
neighborhood: Peruvian food.
Palermo Viejo
Here contemporary dining options coexist
with traditional bodegones and grills that
persist from days gone past, once lived by
this residential neighborhood.
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CAFÉS, COFFEE SHOPS
AND PIZZA PALLORS
They tend to stay open
until 2am.
RESTAURANTS
Lunch is served starting
at noon. Dinner is served
starting at 8:30pm. There
are many places that offer
fast food options all day.
IT IS CUSTOM TO LEAVE A 10% TIP
IN CAFES AND RESTAURANTS,
AND TIP DOORMEN, PORTERS
AND USHERS.
SHOPPING
SHOPPING MALLS
Abasto Shopping
Ave. Corrientes 3200
Between 1907 and 1984, the city’s largest
wholesale fruit and vegetable market
‘Mercado de Abasto’ operated there. In
1998, it was renovated and turned into a
shopping mall, with cinemas, a children’s
museum, stores, a food court and a game
area.
BA Design
Ave. Pueyrredón 2501
Shopping mall specialized in design
and decoration.
Abasto Shopping
Patio Bullrich
Ave. Del Libertador 750
Visitors will find the most exclusive brands,
a food court and cinemas under the single
roof of this historic neoclassical building.
Galerías Pacífico
San Martín, ave. Córdoba, Florida and
Viamonte
It is one of the main shopping centers of
the city, worth visiting for its magnificent
dome decorated with murals of outstanding
Argentine painters: Antonio Berni, Lino Enea
Spilimbergo, Demetrio Urruchúa and Juan
Carlos Castagnino.
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El Solar de la Abadía
Ave. Luis María Campos 940
This shopping mall with its large variety of
brands is located in a fully renovated, former
dry ice factory.
Dot Baires Shopping
Vedia 3626
Located in the neighborhood Saavedra,
this shopping center reformulates the mall
concept. It offers outdoor green spaces and
terraces.
Alto Palermo
Ave. Santa Fe 3253
At this traditional shopping mall in the
Palermo neighborhood, you can find the
best-known brands. It has a large food
court and underground parking.
Paseo Alcorta
Salguero 3172
Another one of the most important
shopping centers, this mall combines mass
consumer brands and exclusive designers.
It has a food court and a playground for
children.
Distrito Arcos Premium Outlet
Paraguay 4979
Open-air shopping complex recently
opened in the fully renovated buildings of
the old railway facilities. It combines upscale
outlets of leading brands and outdoor
dining.
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Alvear Avenue
The most elegant avenue in the area, this is
where the luxury brands and art galleries are
concentrated.
OPEN-AIR SHOPPING
Once
Between the avenues of Corrientes,
Rivadavia and Pueyrredón, and Pasteur
Street
It is one of the larger open-air shopping
districts in the city, where Argentines from
around the country come to buy fabric,
clothing, party favors and other garment
industry wares. Shoppers can find very low
prices, but most businesses are dedicated
to wholesale.
Florida pedestrian street
From Diagonal Norte to Marcelo T. de
Alvear, Retiro
This long pedestrian street is lined with
shops aimed at tourists. Here visitors will find
leather garments, sweaters, souvenirs and
other typical Argentine products.
Plaza Intendente Alvear Fair
Ave. Pueyrredón 2500
A craft fair open on weekends and holidays.
This park is popularly known as Plaza Francia.
Santa Fe Avenue
From Cerrito to Ave. Sarmiento
Here visitors will find the greatest variety
of clothing stores, footwear, bazaars and
bookstores.
Aguirre Outlets
Aguirre 600 to 900, Gurruchaga 700 to
900 and Loyola 500 to 700
Along these city blocks is the widest
selection of outlet shops for top clothing,
shoes and accessories from the top brands
offering stock from prior seasons and some
items from their newest collections.
Antiques Fair El Dorrego
Ave. Dorrego and Niceto Vega
This large warehouse contains all kinds of
novelties and treasures: furniture, paintings,
sculptures, marble, bronze, glass, stones,
jewelry, silverware, china, music, instruments,
clothing, etc. Finds include antique furniture,
artwork and objects from every period and
style.
Design Circuit in Palermo Viejo
Between Córdoba, Julián Álvarez, Guatemala
and Godoy Cruz
With more than 120 stores, Palermo Viejo is
the most creative part of the city of Buenos
Aires chosen by independent designers,
trendsetters, artists and the most recognized
brands of fashion and decoration.
Plaza Cortázar Crafts Fair
Jorge Luis Borges and Honduras,
In the square and in the bars around it,
artisans and independent designers offer
their unique wares at very reasonable prices.
Cabildo Avenue
Ave. Cabildo and Juramento
One of the main corridors of shops and
activities in the neighborhood of Belgrano.
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Guided tours
GUIDED
TOURS
Plaza Francia - Recoleta
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On foot, bicycle or by bus,
the city invites you to visit it
accompanied by an expert
guide.
WALKING TOURS
TOURISM BUS
Throughout the entire year, Buenos
Aires Tourism Entity offers free,
guided tours. Each month there
are different themes explored as
the guides walk visitors through
the different city sights, including
tango, its theaters, architecture, art
and history, among others. They are
cancelled in the event of rain.
More information at
turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/
visitas-guiadas
In Buenos Aires, tourism buses with
a “hop-on, hop off” modality offer
visitors a panoramic view of the
city along their routes. They leave
every 20 minutes and the ticket
price includes a self-led audio tour
available in 12 languages. Tickets
can be bought onboard, at the main
stop Ave. Roque Sáenz Peña 728,
the Tourism Information Center in
Recoleta (Ave. Quintana 596) or
online www.buenosairesbus.com.
LOOKOUTS
CULTURAL TOURISM ON
TWO WHEELS
The lookouts of Buenos Aires
program offers guided tours to
see the city from up high. This free
activity requires a reservation; visitors
can sign up via telephone 4339-1900
/ 99, ext. 126 and 127.
The city offers various cultural circuits on
pedal-assist electric bicycles, a sustainable,
healthy and fun alternative. The twohour bike tour takes place on Saturdays,
Sundays and holidays with groups up to 15
people. You can also take your own bike.
Check out the different routes and make
reservations at
turismoendosr[email protected]
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Transport
BICYCLE
The city invites you to travel through
its streets inexpensively, sustainably
and healthily. Ecobici, the public bicycle
system, allows you to take a bike from
one of the 40 stations around the city
and use it for an hour, for free, before
returning it to a station. The bikes are
available 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. For more information about the
Ecobici program and the city’s network
of bike paths, enter buenosaires.gob.
ar/ecobici
TRANSPORT
CITY BUSES
There are more than 180 bus lines
running to every neighborhood of the
city. Their routes are numbered. They
operate 365 days a year, 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
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Figueroa Alcorta Avenue
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There are several ways to get around this
great city. For public transport, we suggest
that you get yourself a rechargeable SUBE
card to pay for train, bus and subway fares.
Without the card, fares are higher.
METROBUS
This newest transport system offered
by the city ensures people can travel
better and arrive at their destinations
on time, more comfortably and
efficiently. Information and routes are
available at movilidad.buenosaires.gob.
ar/metrobus
SUBWAY
Six subway lines run below the city: A,
B, C, D, E, H. Users can add credit to
their SUBE card or purchase single ride
tickets at each station. There is only one
rate for all six lines. Service is available
Monday through Saturday from 6am
to 10pm, and on Sundays and holidays
from 8am to 10pm. Some lines have
slightly longer hours.
TRAINS
The suburban rail network is a good
alternative for visiting tourist areas outside
the city limits or for travelling to the more
remote areas of the city. There are four
terminal stations located throughout
Buenos Aires that serve different routes:
• Retiro Station: trains to/from the
north of Greater Buenos Aires and
neighborhoods like Belgrano, Núñez, Villa
Urquiza, Villa Devoto, etc.
• Constitución Station: trains to/from the
south of Greater Buenos Aires.
• Once Station: trains to/from the west of
Greater Buenos Aires and neighborhoods
like Caballito, Flores and Liniers.
• Federico Lacroze Station: trains to/from
the northeast of Greater Buenos Aires.
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TAXIS
Taxis are painted black and yellow. They
can be stopped right on the street or called
by phone or using a mobile application.
The cost of the trip is calculated based
on the distance and time. The rate, which
is expressed in pesos, will appear on a
screen visible to the passenger. FFrom
10pm to 6am, an evening rate applies,
which is 20% higher than the daytime
rate.
AIRPORTS
Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport
Ave. Rafael Obligado n/n, Palermo.
Domestic flights and some flights to
neighboring countries.
Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini Airport
Autopista Tte. Gral. Riccheri km 33.5.
Province of Buenos Aires.
Its three terminals handle international
flights coming in and out of the country.
Transport
CAR RENTAL
You must be at least 21 years old with a
valid driver’s license issued at least two
years before and have a credit card with
a high enough credit limit to cover the
rental cost and any insurance fees.
USEFUL
APPS
SUBWAY
BA Ecobici
Bike paths and
public bike
stations de
WATERWAY TERMINALS
Buquebus Terminal
Ave. Antártida Argentina 821 and
Cecilia Grierson
Ave. Córdoba and Ave. E. Madero,
Puerto Madero.
Ferry departures and arrivals to/from
Colonia and Montevideo, Uruguay. Ave.
Córdoba and Ave. E. Madero, Puerto
Madero.
Quinquela Martín CruiseShip Terminal
Ave. Ramón Castillo and ave. De los
Inmigrantes, Retiro.
Departure and arrival of international
cruise ships.
BA Cómo Llego
How to get from
one point to
another in the city
BA Subte
Subway
information in
real time
BA Móvil
BENEFITS CARD
The card “Vos” provides benefits in
hundreds of places and for many activities,
so you don’t miss out on anything
happening in the city. Check out the list
of affiliated stores and how to register at
turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/beneficios
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BUS TERMINAL
Retiro Bus Terminal
Ave. Antártida Argentina and Ave.
Ramos Mejía, Retiro.
Departures and arrivals of long-distance
buses to national and international
destinations.
Traffic conditions
in the city
Available for
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Existing
REFERENCE MAP
In progress
Manual
stations
Bike lanes
Automated
stations
One-way
bike lanes
Transfer
centers
Work in progress
Work under
project
Coming soon
AVELLANEDA
LANÚS
Pre-existing
bike lanes
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CALENDAR 2015
XVIII Latin American Congress on
Allergies, Asthma and Immunology
March 14-16
Panamericano Hotel
slaai2015.com
Discover all opf the events planned throughout
the year in the city of Buenos Aires.
JANUARY
EFICA 92 International Argentine
Footwear Trade Show 2015
January 11-13
Centro Costa Salguero
calzadoargentino.org.ar
MRO Latin America
January 13-15
Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires
mrolatinamerica.aviationweek.com
FEBRUARY
X Americas Conference on
Diferential equations and Nolineal Analysis
February 9-20
School of Economics, UBA
mate.dm.uba.ar
Southeast Legal and Medical
Conference
February 23-March 2
Alvear Palace Hotel
cpeconferences.com
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XXII Ibero–American Center for
Strategic Urban Development
(CIDEU) CONGRESS
February 25-27
CMD and Usina del Arte
cideu.org
CEMCA 75 Leather
Manufactures and Fashion
Exposition 2015
March 8-10
Centro Costa Salguero
cemca.com.ar
MABYN 2015 (Argentine
fashion for children and babies)
February 28 – March 2
Centro Costa Salguero
Baires Joya (Jewelry Trade Show)
March 11-13
La Rural
MARCH
II Digital Marketing Conference
March 5
Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires
passto.com.ar
XI Tattoo Show Buenos Aires
March 6-8
La Rural
tattooshow.com.ar
Numark Conference 2015
March 8-14
Four Seasons Hotel
numarknet.com
17th CAFIRA 2015 International
Show of Gift Manufacturers and
Importers
March 11-14
Centro Costa Salguero
cafira.com
30th International Decoration,
Lighting, Textils, Gifts and
Accessories Show
March 12-14
La Rural
presentesonline.com
Expo Efi 2015 Economy
Finance Investors
March 17-18
Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires
expoefi.com
XX Argentine Oftamology
Congress 2015
March 18-21
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel &
Convention Center
poen.net.ar
Nuestros Caballos XI
International Equine and
Equestrian Industry Show
March 25-29
La Rural
nuestroscaballos.com.ar
Our Dogs
March 25-29
La Rural
APRIL
25th Argentine Congress on
Cosmetic Medicine
April 9-11
UCA Convention Center
cosmetologas.com
VI Continental Congress V
Continental Assembly of Women
IV Continental Assembly of
Youths CLOC
April 10-17
cloc-viacampesina.net
AICACYP (International trade
show of outdoor products)
April 10-12
Centro Costa Salguero
X IRPA Regional Latin American
Congress on Radiological
Protection and Safety
April 12-17
UCA Convention Center
irpabuenosaires2015.org
XIX Argentine Congress on
Physiochemistry and Inorganic
Chemistry
April 12-15
Palais Rouge
cafqi2015.com.ar
BUY Argentina 2015
April 12-19
Museo del Bicentenario & Sofitel
La Reserva Cardales
buyargentina.net
IV Ibero-American and
Caribbean Congress on
Restoration Ecology (SIACRE)
April 12-16
Universidad Maimónides
siacre2015.com.ar
Australian Hemotology
Symposium
April 16-17
National Academy of Medicine
acamedbai.org.ar
X AAGO National Congress
April 23-25
National Academy of Medicine
aaginonc.org.ar
41st International Book Fair 2015
April 23 – May 11
La Rural
el-libro.org.ar
Fitness Market – Expo &
Conferences 2015
April 24-25
Centro Costa Salguero
XXIV Veterinarian Symposium on
Small Animals
XIX Veterinarian Symposium on
Equine Medicine
April 26-27
Golden Center
jornadasveterinarias.com
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PANACM 2015
Pan American Congress on
Computational Mechanics
April 27-29
Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires
congress.cimne.com/panacm2015
45th National and Imported
Toys, Party Favors and Christmas
Trade Show
April 27-29
Centro Costa Salguero
MAY
XVIII International Meeting on
Decorative Art ENIARTE
May 4-7
Palacio San Miguel
eniarte.com/eniarte/2015
Arminera 2015: X International
Mining Exhibition
May 5-7
Centro Costa Salguero
arminera.com.ar
Emitex 2015
20° International Show for
Garment Industry Suppliers
May 12-14
Centro Costa Salguero
emitex.com.ar
I International Interdisciplinary
Congress on Dysphagia and
Deglutitory Disorders
May 15-16
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UCA Convention Center
Expocaipic 2015
54th International Trade Show
of Materials, Components,
Technology and Fashion
for Footwear and Related
Industries
May 19-21
Centro Costa Salguero
caipic.org.ar/expocaipic
Pure Design Fair
May 19-25
La Rural
4th Global Spine Congress 2015
May 20-23
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel &
Convention Center
gsc2015.org
VI Congress of the Economy
for Argentina’s Development
Association (AEDA)
May 20-21
AEDA
aeda.org.ar/congreso/vicongreso-anual-2015
Batimat Expovivienda 2015
May 20-23
La Rural
batev.com.ar
Fitecma 2015
International Wood and
Technology Trade Show
Calendar 2015
May 23-27
feria.fitecma.com.ar
6th Argentine Congress of
Pediatric Nephrology and
4th Conference on Nursing
and Technicians in Pediatric
Nephrology
May 27-29
Dr. Carlos A. Gianantonio
Pediatric Training and
Teaching Center
JUNE
FITHEP Mercosur 2015 Buenos Aires
June 1-4
Centro Costa Salguero
fithep-expoalimentaria.com
VII Latin American Congress of
Jungian Psychology
June 3-6
Hotel Panamericano
clapjung.com.ar
Batimat Expovivienda
June 3-6
La Rural
arteBA 2015
June 5-7
La Rural
arteba.org
31st International Congress of
Aesthetics and Health
28th International Podiatry
Congress
23rd Integral Make-up
Conference
8th Annual International
Symposium of Lymphatic
Drainage
June 6-7
Golden Center
buonaestetika.com
XVIII Argentine Heptology
Congress
June 6-8
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel &
Convention Center
aaeeh.org.ar
Expo Clean 2015
9th International Exhibition
of Cleaning and Hygiene
Professionals
June 10-12
Centro Costa Salguero
expoclean.com.ar
XIV International Symposium on
Small Intestine Transplantation
June 10-13
UCA Convention Center
isbts2015.org
5th Expo Country Art
and Decoration
June 10-13
Círculo Oficiales de Mar
expoartecountry.com.ar
Expopharmacy/Expofarmacia 2015
June 13-14
Centro Costa Salguero
ISNS 2015 Buenos Aires
Conference
13° Annual Congress of the
International Society for
Neoplatonic Studies
III Symposium of the IberoAmerican Society for
Neoplatonic Studies
June 15-19
National Library
isns2015.org
VII International TheoreticalPractical Symposium for
Physicians
VI International TheoreticalPractical Course for Nursing
II Conference on
Neurodevelopment Care: The
Newborn
June 15-19
Palais Rouge Convention Center
and Hospital Juan A. Fernandez
pulmonreciennacido.com.ar
Wapor 68th Annual Conference
June 16-19
Borges Cultural Center
waporbuenosaires2015.org
XI Argentine Congress of
Virology and II Latin American
Congress of Virology
June 23-26
Palais Rouge
cav2015.com.ar
FITECMA
International wood and
technology trade show
June 23-27
Centro Costa Salguero
JULY
International Argentine
Footwear Trade Show
July 5-7
Centro Costa Salguero
Expo Hidro ConCiencia
July 15-16
Centro Costa Salguero
hidroconciencia.com.ar
33rd SBL International
Meeting—Society of Bibical
Literature
July 20-24
sbl-site.org
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World Finance Conference
July 22-24
UCEMA
world-finance-conference.com
129th Rural Expo—International
Exhibition of Livestock,
Agriculture and Industry
July 23 - August 2
La Rural
exposicionrural.com.ar
IJCAI-15
International Joint Conference
on Artificial Intelligence
July 25-31
ijcai-15.org
AUGUST
Future Mother & Baby 2015
August 1-3
expotrade.com.ar
Packaging Alimentek 2015
August 4-7
Centro Costa Salguero
Expoevents 2015
August 11-13
Centro Costa Salguero
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71st Argentine Biochemistry
Congress
August 12-14
Dinastía Maisit
catlab.com.ar
7th Real Estate Investment and
Development Congress
August 19-20
Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires
exporealestate.com.ar/congreso
13th Argentine Congress on
Social Pediatrics and Children’s
Rights
8th Argentine Breastfeeding
Congress
August 12-14
Dr. Carlos A. Gianantonio
Pediatric Training and
Teaching Center
sap.org.ar/congresos
V Argentina Animal Nutrition
Congress – CAENA
August 19-20
Parque Norte Convention Center
engormix.com
Optiferia 2015
August 14-16
Centro Costa Salguero
Expo Hands and Nails
August 22-23
La Rural
24th International Fishing Hunting
and Outdoors Trade Show
August 16-24
La Rural
feriacazaypesca.com.ar
XVII Argentine Congress of
Neuropsychiatry and Cognitive
Neuroscience
August 26-28
NH City
neuropsiquiatria.org.ar
Education Fair 2015
August 19
Panamericano Hotel
latinoaustralia.com/lae-buenosaires
Argentine Chamber of
Manufacturers and Importers of
Gifts and Accessories
August 19-22
Centro Costa Salguero
IX Argentine Mental Health
Congress 2015
August 26-28
Panamericano Hotel
aasm.org.ar
7th International Congress and
9th Argentine Congress on
Controversies in Obstetrics and
Gynecology
August 26-28
El Mirador Hall
acog.org.ar
SEPTEMBER
Expo Ferretera 2015
13th International Exhibition of
Hardware, Plumbing, Paint and
Construction Materials
September 2-5
Centro Costa Salguero
expoferretera.com.ar
International Biennial of the
Electrical, Electronics and
Lighting Industry.
14th International Exhibition
and Technical Congress
September 15-19
La Rural
biel.com.ar
I Argentine and International
Congress of Abdominal Wall
Surgery
September 3-4
sohah.org
VIII Internatonal Contraceptive
Congress
September 17-18
Panamericano Hotel
sagij.org.ar
Exposign 2015 16th International
Visual Communication Biennial
Exhibition
August 27-29
Centro Costa Salguero
expotrade.com.ar
XII Argentine and International
Congress of Mastology
September 6-8
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel &
Convention Center
samas.org.ar/congreso2015
16th Exposign & Serigrafía 2015
August 27-29
Centro Costa Salguero
exposign.com.ar
Expointernet
September 9-12
La Rural
5th International Congress
on Emotional Intelligence
(ICEI)
September 17-19
Centro Cultural Borges
emotionalintelligencesociety.
org/international-congresses
Franchises and Business 2015.
XXI International Exposition on
Franchises, Licenses, Startups
and Business
August 26-28
La Rural
franquiciasynegocio.com.ar
HOTELGA 2015 - International
Fair of Equipment, Products and
Services for the Culinary and
Hospitality Industries
August 31 – September 3
La Rural
hotelga.com.ar
11th SETAC Latin America
Biennial Meeting
September 7-10
Usina del Arte
setacargentina.com.ar/a2015
Biel Light + Building Buenos
Aires
Expoaesthetics/Expoestética 2015
September 19-20
Centro Costa Salguero
XI FELAQ Congress of
the Latin American Burn
Federation
XVI Argentine Congress of
Burns
September 23-25
UCA Convention Center
aaq.org.ar
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Expomedicine/Expomedical 2015
September 23-25
Centro Costa Salguero
FIT 2015 International Tourism Fair
September 26-29
La Rural
fit.org.ar
48th National and Imported
Toys, Party Favors and
Christmas Trade Show
October 6-8
Centro Costa Salguero
Wellness Show
October 9-12
La Rural
5th Environmental Science
Congress
COPIME 2015
OCTOBER
FEMATEC 2014
22nd International Exhibition of
Materials and Technologies for
Construction
October 1-31
Centro Costa Salguero
fematec.com.ar
Argentina Oil & Gas Expo 2015
X International Exhibition on Oil
and Gas
2nd Latin American and
Caribbean Congress on Well
Drilling, Completion, Repair and
Service
October 5-8
La Rural
aog.com.ar
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October 7-10
COPIME
copime.org.ar
VI InterAmerican Oncology
Conference “Current Status and
Future of Anti-Cancer Targeted
Therapies”
October 8-9
Hotel Madero Buenos Aires
oncologyconferences.com.ar
ExpoMedical
13th International Fair of
Products, Equipment and
Services for the Health Industry
13th Conference on Hospital
Training
October 23-25
Centro Costa Salguero
expomedical.com.ar
CAPER 2015
Argentina Chamber of
Calendar 2015
Broadcasting Equipment
Manufacturers and Suppliers
October 28-30
Centro Costa Salguero
Wines & Wineries
October 29-31
La Rural
NOVEMBER
38th AOA International
Conference
November 4-7
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel &
Convention Center
Mom Now Expo
November 5-8
La Rural
54th ICCA International
Congress
November 1-4
La Rural
congress2015.iccaworld.com
86th Argentine Surgical Congress
XII Latin American Congress of
Video Surgery of ALACE
59th Argentine Congress of
Thoracic Surgery
40th Congreso Argentino de
Coloproctology
42nd Argentine Symposium on
Angiology and Cardiovascular
Surgery
November 9-12
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel &
Convention Center
aac.org.ar
Hotel Hilton Buenos Aires
saig.org.ar
DECEMBER
International Artisans’ Fair
December 3-12
La Rural
artesaniasbue.com.ar
SAGSE 2015
(Gaming and Casinos)
November 12-20
Centro Costa Salguero
XV Panamerican Congress on
Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical
Engineering
VIII South American Congress on
Rock Mechanics (SCRM)
XXII Argentine Congress on Soil
Mechanics and Geotechnical
Engineering
November 15-18
saig.org.ar
6th International Symposium on
Deformation Characteristics of
Geomaterials
November 15-18
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