Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Uncovering authentic local finds and having experiences that make you feel like you’ve really connected with a place are important elements in ensuring an extraordinary vacation. We’re taking advantage of our partnership with Travel + Leisure to get their editors’ recommendations and insider tips on the places you will want to visit. Here are their picks for just one of the 150 destinations they covered.

Must-Sees from the Editors of
Travel + Leisure

Almagro
Spend an afternoon or evening exploring this modest neighborhood—reportedly the birthplace of the tango, and known for its dance halls, which cater to a mix of tourists and locals. Be sure to stop at the Museo Casa Carlos Gardel, the childhood residence of tango’s most famous singer.

National Museum of Fine Arts
Old masters like Rubens and Picasso are well represented, but the highlight of this cultural institution is its Argentinean art—the most extensive collection in the world. The works provide a peek at the country’s subcultures over the centuries, from the Italian immigrants of La Boca (an industrial port) to frontier life on the pampas.

Recoleta Cemetery
With more than 4,700 ornate stone crypts along a street-like grid, this graveyard is both an architectural masterpiece and the hallowed resting place for Argentina’s upper classes (and the home of more than a few cats). Its most famous resident? None other than controversial first lady Eva Duarte Perón.

Be sure to visit our Shore Excursions page or speak with our onboard Destination Concierge for arrangements to any of these must-sees.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

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