Located in the center of Buenos Aires, Hotel Avenida has a privileged location when it comes to knowing the most important tourist and cultural points of Buenos Aires; besides having all means of public transport just 100 meters.

Feria de San Telmo

Antiques Fair of the neighborhood of San Telmo, city of Buenos Aires, capital of the Argentine Republic. Created in 1970 by the architect José María Peña, this Sunday fair has 270 stalls.

Located in Dorrego square (Humberto I and Defensa), it works every Sunday from 10 to 16. It is visited by more than ten thousand people per Sunday; being mostly tourists from all over the world.

Caminito - La Boca

Caminito is one of the most emblematic promenades of the city and of the unmissable attractions for those who visit it. With its typical sheet metal tenements in the neighborhood of La Boca, which show its walls painted in different colors, it is also an open-air museum almost 150 meters long.

Its winding layout is due to the fact that it follows the course of a stream that flowed until the beginning of the 20th century. The area was popularly known as "Puntin" (diminutive of "bridge" in Genovese dialect).

It was thanks to the initiative of several neighbors, among whom was the painter Benito Quinquela Martín (one of the main benefactors of the neighborhood and whose work is commemorated through the colorful houses of La Boca), which in the 1950s He recovered the land to turn it into a pedestrian promenade and into a street museum, in which little by little works of different artists were added.

Madero Port

Puerto Madero is one of the 48 neighborhoods in which the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is legally divided. Its location near the central area of the city, the extensive area and view of the river make this district one of the most exclusive of Buenos Aires.

It is recognized as one of the places with the greatest gastronomic offer in the city. Its restaurants are open day and night and adapt to the most varied and sophisticated tastes. The setting is also the most diverse and accepts from a romantic dinner, to business meetings, a family outing or meeting with friends.

Cathedral of Buenos Aires

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires is the main Catholic temple in Argentina. It is located at the intersection of San Martín Street and Rivadavia Avenue, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of San Nicolás, in front of the Plaza de Mayo.

In February 2013, an event as extraordinary as revolutionary took place: The resignation of Benedict XVI. Once consummated, another important event shook the Catholic Church: The election of Pope Francis.

Casa Rosada - Plaza de Mayo and Bicentennial Museum

The construction of the current Government House began in 1873, when a decree was ordered to build the Correos y Telégrafos building on the corner of Balcarce and Hipólito Yrigoyen.

A few years later, President Julio A. Roca decided to build the definitive Government Palace on the corner of Balcarce and Rivadavia, a building similar to the neighboring Palacio de Correos. Both buildings were joined in 1886 through the portico that today is the entrance to the Casa Rosada that faces Plaza de Mayo.

The Bicentennial Museum is an Argentinean museum located in the old galleries of the Customs Office of Taylor1 in the city of Buenos Aires, inaugurated on May 24, 2011.2 The articles are largely those in the Casa Rosada Presidential Museum, which closed its doors in 2010 to be replaced by this. It contains photographs, paintings and audiovisual material that recreate the different historical periods of the country.

For more tourist information you can visit the city site