Buenos Aires GuideBuenos Aires is the capital of the Argentine Republic. The name means fair winds, or literally good air, in Spanish. The official name is Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires/Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, also called Capital Federal/Federal Capital. HotelsFind hotels in Buenos Aires, Vicente Lopez and more, including Poetry Building Recoleta, Casa Calma Hotel, Algodon Mansion, Rent In Buenos Aires, Eurobuilding Hotel Boutique Buenos Aires, San Telmo Luxury Suites and Icaro Suites. AttractionsDiscover attractions around Buenos Aires including Casa Rosada, National Library of the Argentine Republic, Cafe Tortoni, La Bombonera, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, El Ateneo and Palacio Barolo.
Popular in Buenos AiresPalermoPalermo is a district of Buenos Aires. Palermo covers a large swath of residential Buenos Aires, including Palermo Viejo, Palermo Alto, and Palermo Chico as well as Palermo Park. San TelmoSan Telmo is a district of Buenos Aires The Independencia station, on the E and C lines, will get you to Avenida 9 de Julio and Avenida Independencia, on the edge of San Telmo. RecoletaRecoleta is an upmarket district of Buenos Aires. One great feature of this and other supermarkets in Buenos Aires is the availability of home delivery.
In Buenos AiresMicrocentroMicrocentro is in Buenos Aires. Microcentro is the transportation hub of the city, so getting there is easy. RetiroRetiro is in Buenos Aires. It's the district with the biggest train station and the general bus station that offers connections to the surrounding provinces and neighboring countries. La BocaLa Boca is a working class district of Buenos Aires. It has a reputation of being prone to more crime than central areas. TribunalesTribunales is the theater district of Buenos Aires. This part of downtown has many theater shows, especially on Avenida Corrientes. Puerto MaderoIn the early times, the red docks was the registered trademark of Puerto Madero, but now the new buildings in east side are changing its traditional image. CongresoCongreso is a dense downtown area of Buenos Aires that houses the legislative branch of government at the opposite end of Avenida de Mayo from the "pink house" seat of the executive branch. BelgranoBelgrano is a district of Buenos Aires. You can get to Belgrano on Subte D, stop Congreso de Tucuman.