A new holiday is near and from Dazzler Hotels we want to recommend you 5 activities to do these holidays in Buenos Aires.

5 things to do in Buenos Aires on holidays

1. Visiting San Telmo in Buenos Aires: Ancient churches, cobblestone streets and centuries-old houses are part of the scene observed through the neighborhood of San Telmo, the oldest in the city of Buenos Aires where the first inhabitants settled. Its streets still retain the essence of the ancient city.

2.Visit to the Recoleta Cemetery:  The Recoleta cemetery is one of the main attractions of the city of Buenos Aires as the tourist Observatory. It presents an important architectural value because more than 90 of the vaults were declared a National Historic Landmark and it is chosen by politicians, intellectuals and public figures for their final rest. Access to the cemetery is free every day from 7 am to 17:30 hs. It has guided tours from Tuesday to Friday at 11 am and Saturdays, Sundays and holidays  at 11 am and 15 pm.

3) Shopping in Los Arcos District in Palermo: You will know the first outdoor mall in Capital Federal. The walk is defined by green spaces where the vegetation, gondolas, stonemasons and framed in a structure of arches pergolas are the protagonists of this space. It proposes a unique shopping experience in the city, combining the best brands with an outlet concept, an interesting range of products, gastronomic options and the best price in a different environment.

4) Enjoy a horse racing tour in Palermo: Palermo Hippodrome is strategically located in the city of Buenos Aires. It also offers multiple choices of entertainment for tourists. The property offers many options for all tastes: shows polo, casino, shopping and gastronomic festivals that add to a variety of gastronomic offers.

5)  Spend a family day in the Ecologic Reserve: With its 350 hectares, the Reserve is the greater green space of the city. It is ideal for bicycling, walking and to spend a day surrounded by nature. Along the many trails you can see different species of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and native vegetation.

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