What to do and see in Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina: The Best Places and Tips

September 15, 2017 Augustus Redeker

Buenos Aires (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈbwenos ˈaiɾes], Provincia de Buenos Aires; English: "good airs") is the largest and most populous Argentinian province. It takes the name from the city of Buenos Aires, which used to be part of the province and the provincial capital until it was federalized in 1880. Since then, in spite of bearing the same name, the province does not include the national capital city proper, though it does include all other localities of the Greater Buenos Aires metropolitan area surrounding it. The current capital of the province is the city of La Plata, founded in 1882.
Restaurants in Province of Buenos Aires

1. Teatro Colon

Calle Cerrito 628, Buenos Aires C1010AAN, Argentina +54 11 4378-7800
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5 based on 19 reviews

Teatro Colon

The Teatro Colon, in the City of Buenos Aires, is considered one of the best Theaters in the world. Acknowledged for its acoustics and the artistic value of its construction, it turned 100 years in 2008.

Reviewed By Martin B

Had the tour and the tour guide was good she spoke quite good English and she explained all the little details about the opera house and she talked about the acoustic in the theater. The only minor thing I would have liked, was that there was some music playing so we could hear that fabled great acoustic especially considering the price of the tour which I found a bit steep. Of course I don't mean that classical musicians should play all day long just a recording.

2. Noche Romantica Buenos Aires en Barco

Calle Alvear 1 | Neptuno Port, San Fernando B1646EYA, Argentina
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5 based on 142 reviews

Noche Romantica Buenos Aires en Barco

DAY TRIPS IN BUENOS AIRES Daily departures from 9:00 P.M. Until 10am.The port where the Moors in San Fernando is in the Neptune Port, and browses the Lujan , Bonding and San Antonio rivers. Anchored in which you can enjoy the surroundings , and choose lunch or dinner on board. Optional services on board: table cheeses and meats with empanadas or selection of gourmet menue..

3. Estancia Los Dos Hermanos

Ruta 9 Km 84.5 Buenos Aires, Argentina | Km 10,5 Escalada, Cuartel IV, Zarate 1643, Argentina +54 11 5577-8828
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5 based on 228 reviews

Estancia Los Dos Hermanos

Reviewed By Kasia L

We had a great day at the estancia!!! We had the opportunity to horse ride more than we expected, which was amazing, the food was really really good and the company very entertaining! I was worried initially it would be a typical "touristy" activity but actually we just ended up having a lovely day and it was definitely worth the money. Thank you!

4. Catedral de la Plata

Calle 14 e/51 y 53, La Plata, Argentina +54 221 427-3504
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Catedral de la Plata

Reviewed By Randall K - Canberra, Australia

This is quite an imposing sight on the city's landscape. Beautiful architecture. Very impressed by this Cathedral, was not expecting something like this in this area of Argentina.

5. Todo Sobre Rieles

Calle 25 de Mayo 649, Tandil B7000FWM, Argentina +54 249 442-2900
Excellent
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4.5 based on 143 reviews

Todo Sobre Rieles

Reviewed By graciela s - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Una linda salida para grandes y chicos ,muestra de trenes con explicaciones y fotos.Fuimos un dia de lluvia reservamos por telefono, nos acomodo el horario, personas muy agradables y charla amena. Atencion y conocimiento.Lo recomiendo costo accesible .

6. Teatro Municipal de Bahia Blanca

Calle Alsina 425, Bahia Blanca B8000IHI, Argentina +54 291 456-3973
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4.5 based on 335 reviews

Teatro Municipal de Bahia Blanca

Reviewed By viatgesrjr - Mayaguez

This theatre is without doubt one of the main landmarks of Bahia Blanca. There is a small plaza around it with lots of people, and many stores nearby. This is about 3 blocks away from Plaza Rivadavia and it could be part of a good walk throughout the Bahia Blanca downtown area.

7. Areco Tradicion

San Antonio de Areco B2760ABH, Argentina
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5 based on 110 reviews

Areco Tradicion

Our tours from Buenos Aires provide the opportunity to know, share the traditions and values of Argentinian gauchos keeping the figure of gaucho as emblem of identity. In the Estancia El Ombu you will apreciate the beauty and simplicity of the Pampas nature, and learn about the rural life. You'll meet real gauchos, and participate in activities such as horseback riding or carriage rides. Enjoying gaucho skills with horses and traditional folk music. Our mission: develop customized getaways throughout the year in order to share the traditions and values of Argentinian gauchos with our visitors. So come and discover the town of San Antonio de Areco, the national capital of tradition, as well as an authentic Estancia of the pampa, for an unforgettable human experience. Areco Tradición is registered within the Argentinian Tourism Ministry, under the Travel and Tourism license number 16214.

Reviewed By 384janam

me and my bf had an amazing day trip in the pampa (in Areco and in the estancia) with Areco tradicion. we really enjoyed it and def would recommend it. great way to learn about the gaucho culture, experience the pampa and asado! best empanadas!

8. Juan Manuel Fangio"s Museum

Dardo Rocha, 18 | Cor Mitre 17, Balcarce 7620, Argentina +54 2266 42-5540
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4.5 based on 502 reviews

Juan Manuel Fangio"s Museum

Reviewed By Miguel B

An excellent museum which has been beautifully set up to allow for a relaxed and pleasant stroll to get a close-up view of historical race cars, both used by Fangio and other famous local and international drivers. The quality of this exhibition lives up to the expectations and is a worthy tribute to the best race driver of all time. Can be enjoyed by all, not only car fans. Definitely must be visited!

9. Museo de arte Tigre

Paseo Victorica 972, Tigre B1648DVT, Argentina +54 11 4512-4528
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4.5 based on 875 reviews

Museo de arte Tigre

Reviewed By Colesterol - Tigre, Argentina

This museum used to be a fancy hotel, way back when immigrants from various nationalities (British, French, Italian, German, Swiss...) had their rowing clubs in the neighbourhood. Then, after the second World War, the area become less frequented (or fashionable, I should say) and the hotel became less used until it was abandoned (literally). Now recovered and refurbished as a museum, it has become a nice place to visit. The surrounding area is also quite unique, with the Lujan River as background: numerous cafés, bars, and BBQ restaurants. Nice place to go for a stroll.

10. Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Peron

Pasaje Mozart Esquina Corbatta, Avellaneda 1870, Argentina +54 11 3965-9086
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4.5 based on 191 reviews

Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Peron

Reviewed By Richard M - Southern Highlands

I attended two games in BA. The Racing Club game was a good experience, but if you have a chance definitely go to San Lorenzo at Estadio Pedro Bidegain. This Peron stadium is aged and quite dirty. Lots of food vendors available. Police in riot gear were a worry, but scores of families with children under 10 years indicated there is no real security concern among the locals. I paid 400 pesos for upper level, bus 98 from BA goes right to the stadium, you can't see it from the bus but it is the second stop after crossing the river.

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