Tips & Tricks
Teatro Opera Citi (Av. Corrientes 860, Buenos Aires) – located near the Teatro Gran Rex, this is also a prominent Art-Deco style movie and theater house. Nowadays, this 2,000-seat theater is being used for Broadway-style shows like “Beauty & the Beast” and “The Phantom of the Opera”, as well as live musical shows, such as […]
Galileo Galilei Planetarium (Parque Tres de Febrero, Av. Sarmiento y Belisario Roldon, Buenos Aires) – this planetarium was opened in 1968. Given its location within the Parque Tres de Febrero, it’s hard to miss (looking like a spaceship or giant egg cup to many passersby). Inside the giant dome there is an auditorium displaying the […]
Luna Park (Av. Madero 420, San Nicolás, Buenos Aires) – despite its amusement park-sounding name, this is an 8,280-seat arena near Puerto Madero, that typically holds medium-sized concerts. Musical acts such as Duran Duran, AC/DC, James Blunt, John Mayer, Laura Pausini, and others have performed there. See its website for upcoming events: www.lunapark.com.ar
Teatro Gran Rex (Av. Corrientes 857, Buenos Aires) – this Art Deco-style theater was opened in 1937 (which was the largest movie house in South America at the time). With a seating capacity of 3,500 spectators, nowadays various rock, pop and other genres of musicians hold concerts here (in particular, those who want a smaller, […]
Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo (Av. Del Libertador 4101, Palermo, Buenos Aires) – for those who love horses, as well as those who gamble on horse races, this is the place to be in Buenos Aires. As the building’s façade implies, this is a historic building that was founded in 1876 (as the first race track […]
Wine Tasting (La Cava, Jufre 201, Buenos Aires) – Argentina, along with neighboring Chile, are major South American wine-producing countries. Naturally, one should come here to sample the country’s vintages. La Cava holds monthly tastings (costing a reasonable 50 pesos to participate). Food items, such as leek-and-mushroom empanadas, are also served.