This itinerary is meant to give you an "insider's look" into Buenos Aires. You will see and experience the absolute musts and highlights of any first timer's visit to the the city, but you will not be steered toward any tourist traps (or anywhere that any self-respecting "Porteno" would not want to go themselves).
Specifically, this guide will help you explore Buenos Aires through the "foot and mouth" approach - long, guided walks through the city's trendy and traditional neighborhoods, broken up by sampling the city's finest foods with options for every budget.
Who is this guide for?
- The curious traveler who wants to see and experience the absolute highlights of Buenos Aires, but also wants to get off the tourist trail to experience the city "like a local"
Why You Should Buy The Guide
- Saves you time by not needing to do additional research on Buenos Aires.
- Saves you money by giving specific instructions on how to use public transportation.
- Gives you options for every budget and tells you what's worth splurging on and what's not!
- Keeps you from wasting time at the sights and places that aren't worth seeing and no local "Porteno" would ever dare to take you!
What does the itinerary include?
- 40-page PDF document
- Numerous pictures and maps of key areas, neighborhoods, landmarks and the absolute best places to eat and drink
- My contact information if you need anything else or have any other questions while in Buenos Aires.
Itinerary Table of Contents:
- How to Use This Guide
- Transportation Tips on getting around Buenos Aires
- Restaurants -- General recommendations on finding great places to eat
- The 3-day highlights itinerary -- I provide a detailed itinerary with activites, times and specific instructions.
- Other Places to See -- If you've got extra time in Buenos Aires, I highlight and recommend different areas that could be added onto this 3-day itinerary.
- About the Author -- Information about myself and how to contact me if you have additional questions.
Sights & places you'll see with this itinerary:
- Recoleta Cemetery
- Chic shops in Palermo Viejo
- Architectural walking tour from regal Recoleta to plush Plaza San Martin
- Best empanadas in all of Buenos Aires
- More shops to shake a stick at on Calle Florida
- Most famous cafe in all of Argentina - Cafe Tortoni
- Modern urban revitalization of Puerto Madero, the city's up and becoming port district
- Walking tour of La Boca neighborhood and its famous futbol stadium - "La Bombonera," or The Chocolate Box
- San Telmo's world-famous antique market
- Palermo's open-air parks and the best places to escape the ubiquitous buzz and hum of Buenos Aires
- The most researched and impassioned recommendations on where to eat and drink in B.A.'s hip and trendy neighborhoods
- Of course, a breakdown on the best steaks in this carnivore's paradise (it's why you came, right?)
- Suggestions on other places to see if you have additional time or want to get outside of Buenos Aires
- Plus a lot more!