If you find yourself with a free day while visiting Buenos Aires, there are many things you can do and experience. We’ve created this handy day guide to start you off.
When coffee and muffins at your hotel simply won’t do, there are several options for breakfast outside.
Havanna has a menu with authentic Argentinean cuisine, and can accommodate your needs whether you’re an early riser and prefer breakfast early, or a laid-back brunch kind of person.Florida 525
Buenos Aires 1005
Head over to Puerto Madero for a one-stop shopping trip. This is the most newly developed section of Buenos Aires and is a hopping business district. If you can’t find it here, you can’t find it anywhere!
Restaurants and cafes are abundant, so you have plenty of options for resting your weary body after an afternoon of shopping.
El Palacio de la Papa Frita is the place to go for traditional and trendy Argentinean fare. The menu can prove a little costly, but there are some less expensive options that truly deserve a try, such as their papas soufflÃ©.Lavalle 735
Centro, Buenos Aires 1047
Indulge in Argentinean and International Arts as you browse the collections and temporary exhibitions that this art gallery is famous for.
There are English speaking guides available if you need them.
If you’re searching for a dining adventure, look no further than Pura Tierra. This little gem of Argentina specializes in the less commonly known fare such as boar and llama, but don’t worry – there are traditional items for even the pickiest eater.Belgrano 1167
Buenos Aires 1426
Gringo Stand-Up Comedy (English)
End your day with laughter as you take in the comedic stylings of English speaking entertainers.
There are also drinks and food available if you wish.