Big big city with a traffic jam around every corner. You would need a lot more time to explore the many areas of the city. We did experience an excellent dinner at Don Julio’s in the Palermo district of the city. Make sure the meter is runnng if you take a taxi. You might be overcharged otherwise.
Visited: Mar 04, 2018
Recoleta is a safe place to travel by uber. Enjoy the restaurant sanjuanino
Visited: Mar 10, 2019
The ship should stay more hours
Visited: Dec 21, 2016
A lot to see and quite overwhelming but fun.
Visited: Dec 03, 2006
Only spent one night there before cruise. Can not really say good or bad. It did take a very long time to get our luggage at the airport upon arrival.
Visited: Feb 27, 2016
Best visit of the cruise.
Visited: Dec 01, 2018
I was amazed at how beautiful this city was, Very clean, no graffiti. Did see homeless everywhere. We extended our stay in San Telmo, a historic area of the city. Loved it Had to get away from the tourist. San Telmo had the best restaurants, was very quaint and walkable.
Visited: Dec 06, 2019
Had 5 days before we boarded. Lovely old city
Visited: Feb 29, 2020
Our tour took us to Recoleta to see Eva Peron's mausoleum, the Boca for a short stop then on to a tango show and lunch at LaVentana. Excellent food, excellent entertainment and tango and a stop at Casa Rosada and the cathedral, church for Pope Francis in Argentina.
Visited: Dec 02, 2019
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