Apartments in Buenos Aires – Budget Friendly Accommodation.
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Buenos Aires has a European feel to it with ornate facades and a rich history, but everything is imbued with a passionate, Latin twist. The busy avenues burst with colourful sights, friendly faces, and an eclectic mix of old and new, and there’s a real sense of life that dances past tiny local cafes, trendy restaurants, and street stalls oozing with delicious smells. It’s no wonder the city that invented the Tango has an upbeat, carefree rhythm that weaves with the intense Latin lifestyle. And underneath all of this, there is a contemporary scene that has thrived in recent years, bringing with it a hedonistic nightlife, oodles of designer shopping opportunities, and an experimental mix of cuisines from all over the world. Experience the lively atmosphere with one of our apartments in Buenos Aires. We have a range of affordable flats and boutique rentals for every occasion.
The Perfect Day in Buenos Aires
Start the day by visiting one of the many open-air flea markets that pepper the city. At these cultural, lively events, you can pick up a selection of homemade crafts as well as fresh fruit and veg to munch on for the rest of the day. Be sure to grab some breakfast from one of the hot food stalls to keep you going.
Then it’s onto the park to while away a few hours chilling out with friends and sipping on mate, a bitter tea drink that is popular with locals. Try the Rosedal Park or the Bosques de Palermo, both of which have numerous green spaces perfect for relaxing in. If you’re feeling it, take a musical instrument along with you to add a splash of creativity to your day or, if that’s not possible, gather round some of the local buskers and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.
When you’ve spent enough time lounging around in the park, it’s onto the live music venues which are dotted throughout the city streets. Concerts are a huge part of local life in Buenos Aires, and you can find a band playing on pretty much every corner. You can try a bar or relaxed café to catch some tunes or, alternatively, head to one of the big nightclubs that feature a range of DJs from all over the world.
End the day in one of our Buenos Aires apartments, where you can get some much needed sleep before starting all over again the next day.
Cemeteries and Concert Halls – Things to do in Buenos Aires
- Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires – This impressive opera house was ranked by National Geographic as the third best of its kind in the entire world. If that wasn’t enough of an accolade, it’s also thought to be one of the five best concert halls in the world for awesome acoustics.
- La Recoleta Cemetery – Situated in the historic Recoleta neighbourhood, this cemetery boasts some impressive monuments dedicated to some of Argentina’s most famous faces.
- MALBA – Also known as the Latin American Museum of Buenos Aires, MALBA is situated inside an eye-catching contemporary building and showcases some of the country’s finest modern art works.
- La Boca, Buenos Aires – With a rich European twist, this colourful neighbourhood is a gallery of vibrant, multi-coloured houses and narrow laneways.
- Parque Tres de Febrero – This urban park is also called the Bosques de Palermo and sprawls out over 400 hectares of lush greenery. There are numerous lakes, walkways, and hidden spots to enjoy.
- Plaza de Mayo – Located in the heart of the Monserrat neighbourhood, in the middle of Buenos Aires, this main square is characterised by impressive monuments and historic statues.
- Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes – One of Buenos Aires’ top museums, the Bellas Artes showcases famous paintings from all over the world.
- Casa Rosada – Home of the President of Argentina, this palace is a flurry of elaborate design flanked with high archways and intricate detailing.
- Palacio Barolo – At one point in time this palace was the tallest building in South America. Today it is an impressive landmark office building that looks out across the Monserrat neighbourhood.
- Obelisco de Buenos Aires – This jutting historic monument is an icon of Buenos Aires. Standing proud in the Plaza de la Republica, it was built to celebrate 400 years since the first foundation of the city.
- Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral – Keeping a watchful eye on Plaza de Mayo, this grand cathedral boasts tall pillars and ornate exterior etchings.
- Fortabat Art Collection – Another museum of fine arts, the Fortabat Collection showcases some big names in the art world through its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.
- Plaza Dorrego – Nestled in the heart of San Telmo, this lush, tree-lined square is the heart and soul of what was once the main residential neighbourhood in Buenos Aires.
- Café Tortoni – Sat unassumingly on the Avenida de Mayo, this coffeehouse was founded in 1858 by a French immigrant. Today, it is one of the most popular places to grab a cup of coffee in the city.
- Buenos Aires Zoo – Taking up 45 acres, this city zoo boasts a collection of over 2,500 different animal species, many of which are native to South America.
Many of our Buenos Aires apartments overlook these popular attractions, providing the perfect place to stay if you’re looking to explore the centre of all the action.
Buenos Aires Accommodation
All around the cultural streets of Buenos Aires there are places to stay that offer an insight into the lively lifestyle of the city. Luxury hotels offer cheap accommodation along the rustic streets and old Gothic buildings are home to stylish apartments that look out over the stunning skyline. Buenos Aires accommodation is extremely affordable and the comfortable hostels and holiday studios are within walking distance of all the major attractions. They’re never too far from a delicious authentic restaurant or a lively bar, either.
Buenos Aires is Just a Bus Ride From the Airport
Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza Airport isn’t far from the city centre and there are a number of ways you can make your way into town. Firstly, you can grab the shuttle service that regularly runs from the airport to the bus station downtown, though you’ll probably need to get the metro or a taxi from there to your final destination. Alternatively, for a really cheap option, you can hop on the public bus which runs to the Monte Grande railway station or Plaza de Mayo from the airport. If public transport isn’t for you, there are a number of taxi and rent-a-car services available at the airport – just ask at the information desk.
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