The city beats to the rhythm of the Tango
Visit a Milonga
Milongas are tango dance halls that will emerge you into the cultural past and present of Argentina. San Telmo is the center of the tango community and no trip to Buenos Aires is complete without witnessing and dancing this highly technical and sensual dance.
Avenida Corrientes is a major street in the Argentine capital and the country’s theatrical center. The thoroughfare is home to many top-tier cinemas and performance venues, which offer a wide variety of shows, including the world-famous Teatro de Revista, revues that combine music, dancing, and comedy. The street also has its own Walk of Fame where the names of countless well-known actors and performers can be seen.
Enjoy world-class opera in Buenos Aires
Considered by many to be the most beautiful opera house in the world, Teatro Colón is the heartbeat of the city’s art scene. Housed in a splendid eclectic building from the turn of the 20th century, the venue stages operas from Argentine and international performers. The interior of the edifice is as impressive as its exterior, which is why you should both tour it and attend it as a spectator.
National Museum of Fine Arts
Buenos Aires is home to countless high-quality art museums, but the National Museum of Fine Arts is in a category of its own. Housed in a former pump house and established in 1896, the gallery displays a rich collection of art from many renowned artists, including Picasso, van Gogh, Antonio Berni, Eduardo Sívori, and more.
The Argentine capital has plenty to offer to its visitors, from century-old landmarks and delicious cuisine to an art scene that combines styles from the old and new worlds.