The City of Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, is a city rich in culture and art. Art lovers will find many activities in Buenos Aires that will immerse them in the City’s culture scene. Here some of the activities that you cannot miss:
Visiting the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) is an enriching experience The MALBA s one of the most important art museums in Latin America, and has an impressive collection of modern and contemporary Latin American art. The museum is located near our hostels, if you are interested in modern art, you cannot miss this museum.
Another of the great highlights is the Teatro Colón, one of the most important opera houses in the world. Its architecture is impressive, and its acoustics are considered one of the best in the world. If you like classical music or opera, you cannot miss visiting this theater. During the year, the theater presents various activities related to music, ballet and art.
Neighborhoods that breathe art! The City of Buenos Aires has several neighborhoods that are known for their vibrant art scene, examples of which are San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo and La Boca. In these neighborhoods you will find art galleries, design shops and artist studios. In addition, you will be able to enjoy the unique architecture of these neighborhoods and immerse yourself in their local culture.
Buenos Aires is known for breathing art and the urban art scene is exceptional. There are various street art tours that will allow you to see some of the best urban art in the city and the world.
The tango, always the tango. Tango is part of the cultural history of Buenos Aires, you will find shows of all kinds, from street shows to impressive productions in dream locations.
In conclusion, Buenos Aires is a city rich in culture and art where you can visit museums of all kinds, explore artistic neighborhoods, and attend musical performances of all kinds.
Our recommendation: Staying in the Palermo neighborhood will allow you to breathe culture, art and be close to all the tourist spots.