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Aida’s guidebook

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Aida’s guidebook

Best places to EAT & DRINK
Near the apartment
Have a coffee with an ALFAJOR
Havanna
2602-2700 Godoy Cruz
Have a coffee with an ALFAJOR
Original Italian restaurant. I highly recommend to try the burrata.
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Il Ballo Del Mattone
5737 Gorriti
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Original Italian restaurant. I highly recommend to try the burrata.
Awesome themed bar, interior design is like an old train, drinks are really good and exotic
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J.W. Bradley
1875 Godoy Cruz
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Awesome themed bar, interior design is like an old train, drinks are really good and exotic
Best ice cream in the city
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Tufic
4597 Guatemala
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Best ice cream in the city
Vegetarian and vegan Restaurant. So creative and with surprising savours. Incredible cocktails with wine, almond milk and fruits. They have a wide range of amazing desserts, cookies, wholesome sandwiches, granola & fruit bowls and great juices!
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Buenos Aires Verde
5657 Gorriti
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Vegetarian and vegan Restaurant. So creative and with surprising savours. Incredible cocktails with wine, almond milk and fruits. They have a wide range of amazing desserts, cookies, wholesome sandwiches, granola & fruit bowls and great juices!
I you want to eat meat this is a great place.
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Don Julio Parrilla
4699 Guatemala
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I you want to eat meat this is a great place.
Famous place to eat meat. Make reservation or wait patiently because is always crowded.
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La Cabrera
5099 José Antonio Cabrera
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Famous place to eat meat. Make reservation or wait patiently because is always crowded.
This is not a touristic place. Is a traditional Pizzeria, the place is far from beautiful but if you want to try one of the best Argentinean pizzas and eat like a local you should go.
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Pizzería Angelín
5270 Av. Córdoba
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This is not a touristic place. Is a traditional Pizzeria, the place is far from beautiful but if you want to try one of the best Argentinean pizzas and eat like a local you should go.
GREAT BREAKFAST OR LUNCH. There is a terrace where is really nice to eat in sunny days. You can pay with US dollars and get the change in pesos.
Clara
1595 Serrano
GREAT BREAKFAST OR LUNCH. There is a terrace where is really nice to eat in sunny days. You can pay with US dollars and get the change in pesos.
Famous chef Donato de Santis restaurant.
Cucina Paradiso Mercato
Famous chef Donato de Santis restaurant.
Great place to have breakfast
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The Panera Rosa
1685 Jorge Luis Borges
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Great place to have breakfast
Argentine craft brewery
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Antares Palermo
1447 Armenia
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Argentine craft brewery
Excellent chocolate & more. I recommend FRANUI.
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Rapa Nui
2014 Malabia
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Excellent chocolate & more. I recommend FRANUI.
Supermarket
Near the apartment
Big supermarket 4 blocks from the apartment. Open from 9am to 9pm.
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Jumbo
Av. Bullrich 345 -
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Big supermarket 4 blocks from the apartment. Open from 9am to 9pm.
Small supermarket, one block from the apartment. Usually open from 9am to 10pm
Super Oro
5052 Charcas
Small supermarket, one block from the apartment. Usually open from 9am to 10pm
ATM
Near the apartment
ATM 30m from the apartment
Banco HSBC
4912 Charcas
ATM 30m from the apartment
Sightseeing
UFO-shaped planetarium built in the 1960s in one of the city's biggest areas of parkland.
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Planetario Galileo Galilei
s/n Av. Sarmiento
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UFO-shaped planetarium built in the 1960s in one of the city's biggest areas of parkland.
A place to relax amid the bustle of the city. The Japanese Gardens are one of the most relaxing places in Buenos Aires. Located beside Tres de Febrero park, the site was inaugurated in 1967 to coincide with a visit by the future emperor of Japan, Akihito, and his wife Michiko. The various elements of the gardens were designed to create balance and harmony. There is a wide variety of plants, a pond with carp (koi), an island with bridges, and sculptures based on Japanese culture. The park also has a cultural center, a Japanese restaurant, a craft shop and a nursery when visitors can buy bonsai trees and other plants.
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Jardín Japonés
2966 Av. Casares
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A place to relax amid the bustle of the city. The Japanese Gardens are one of the most relaxing places in Buenos Aires. Located beside Tres de Febrero park, the site was inaugurated in 1967 to coincide with a visit by the future emperor of Japan, Akihito, and his wife Michiko. The various elements of the gardens were designed to create balance and harmony. There is a wide variety of plants, a pond with carp (koi), an island with bridges, and sculptures based on Japanese culture. The park also has a cultural center, a Japanese restaurant, a craft shop and a nursery when visitors can buy bonsai trees and other plants.
The huge Tres de Febrero Park, often known as Los bosques de Palermo (The Forests of Palermo), is one of the city's most popular open spaces. It's the perfect place to relax and unwind, walk, run, cycle, rollerskate, or have a picnic with friends. Opened in 1875 as an initiative by president Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, the park was named after the date of a decisive battle in the Argentine and Uruguayan civil wars (the Battle of Caseros on the third of February 1852; a battle that led to the defeat and exile of Argentine president Juan Manuel de Rosas, whose lands were confiscated by the state and used to create the park). The original project was led by the architects Ernesto Oldendorf, Fernando Mauduit and Jordan Wysocky, and completed by Jules Dormal, who also worked on the Teatro Colón and the National Congress building. The subsequent extensions and remodelling was carried out between 1892 and 1913 by the lanscape architect Charles Thays, who also designed the Botanical Garden, the Parque Centenario and many of the city's other parks. The park features two lakes with pedalos for hire, a planetarium and the Rosedal de Palermo, a rose garden with more than 8,000 roses from 93 different species. The rose garden also has an Andalucian patio donated by the Spanish city of Seville in 1929 and a poets' garden where you can find the busts of various literary figures, from Dante Alighieri to Buenos Aires' own Jorge Luis Borges. There are many other sculptures including a marble image of Little Red Riding Hood which was acquired by the city authorities in 1937.
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Tres De Febrero Park
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The huge Tres de Febrero Park, often known as Los bosques de Palermo (The Forests of Palermo), is one of the city's most popular open spaces. It's the perfect place to relax and unwind, walk, run, cycle, rollerskate, or have a picnic with friends. Opened in 1875 as an initiative by president Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, the park was named after the date of a decisive battle in the Argentine and Uruguayan civil wars (the Battle of Caseros on the third of February 1852; a battle that led to the defeat and exile of Argentine president Juan Manuel de Rosas, whose lands were confiscated by the state and used to create the park). The original project was led by the architects Ernesto Oldendorf, Fernando Mauduit and Jordan Wysocky, and completed by Jules Dormal, who also worked on the Teatro Colón and the National Congress building. The subsequent extensions and remodelling was carried out between 1892 and 1913 by the lanscape architect Charles Thays, who also designed the Botanical Garden, the Parque Centenario and many of the city's other parks. The park features two lakes with pedalos for hire, a planetarium and the Rosedal de Palermo, a rose garden with more than 8,000 roses from 93 different species. The rose garden also has an Andalucian patio donated by the Spanish city of Seville in 1929 and a poets' garden where you can find the busts of various literary figures, from Dante Alighieri to Buenos Aires' own Jorge Luis Borges. There are many other sculptures including a marble image of Little Red Riding Hood which was acquired by the city authorities in 1937.
A 7-hectare garden with 6,000 species of trees and plants. Guided tours: Free guided tours (in Spanish) are offered at 10.30am and 3.00pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. The Jardín Botánico is a place to walk, relax and discover a range of plants and trees native to Argentina, and other regions. Occupying seven hectares, the garden has a collection of some 6,000 tree and plant species, a botanical library, Roman, French and oriental gardens, a herbarium, and five greenhouses, including an art nouveau structure that won an award at the Paris Universal Exposition in 1900. Many of the plants and trees are grouped into regions, including a collection of native Argentine flora featuring species such as the tipa (tipuana tipu), cedro salteño, ibirá-puitá (peltophorum dubium), and quebracho colorado (schinopsis). The grounds also contain a large collection of sculptures and an English-style house used to host temporary art exhibitions and workshops. The city government's gardening school also functions on the site, which was founded by French landscaper Charles Thays, who designed many of the city's parks and squares, and was inaugurated in 1898. Opening hours: Tuesday - Friday, 8.00am - 6.45pm. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 9.30am - 6.45pm. Closed on Mondays.
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Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays
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A 7-hectare garden with 6,000 species of trees and plants. Guided tours: Free guided tours (in Spanish) are offered at 10.30am and 3.00pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. The Jardín Botánico is a place to walk, relax and discover a range of plants and trees native to Argentina, and other regions. Occupying seven hectares, the garden has a collection of some 6,000 tree and plant species, a botanical library, Roman, French and oriental gardens, a herbarium, and five greenhouses, including an art nouveau structure that won an award at the Paris Universal Exposition in 1900. Many of the plants and trees are grouped into regions, including a collection of native Argentine flora featuring species such as the tipa (tipuana tipu), cedro salteño, ibirá-puitá (peltophorum dubium), and quebracho colorado (schinopsis). The grounds also contain a large collection of sculptures and an English-style house used to host temporary art exhibitions and workshops. The city government's gardening school also functions on the site, which was founded by French landscaper Charles Thays, who designed many of the city's parks and squares, and was inaugurated in 1898. Opening hours: Tuesday - Friday, 8.00am - 6.45pm. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 9.30am - 6.45pm. Closed on Mondays.
Museum
Dedicated to Argentine art, especially from the first half of the 20th century, the museum, located in a picturesque house, contains more than 4200 works, including paintings, tapestries, engravings and drawings. There are works from Spilimbergo, Badii, Berni and Pettoruti, among others, a sculpture patio and specialized library. Eduardo Sívori (1847-1918) was a painter and engraver. The earliest works date back to the late nineteenth century. More recent pieces have been added to the museum’s collection through the Manuel Belgrano Prize, a competition that recognizes artists from around the country. The museum has a shop, café and organizes diverse cultural activities. Open 12pm - 7pm, Tuesday - Friday, and 10am - 7pm, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Closed on Mondays.
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Museo Sívori
555 Av. Infanta Isabel
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Dedicated to Argentine art, especially from the first half of the 20th century, the museum, located in a picturesque house, contains more than 4200 works, including paintings, tapestries, engravings and drawings. There are works from Spilimbergo, Badii, Berni and Pettoruti, among others, a sculpture patio and specialized library. Eduardo Sívori (1847-1918) was a painter and engraver. The earliest works date back to the late nineteenth century. More recent pieces have been added to the museum’s collection through the Manuel Belgrano Prize, a competition that recognizes artists from around the country. The museum has a shop, café and organizes diverse cultural activities. Open 12pm - 7pm, Tuesday - Friday, and 10am - 7pm, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Closed on Mondays.

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Shopping bags
Supermarkets do not deliver free bags, you will find one at the apartment for your grocery. Please after use it leave it at the apartment for next guest.
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SUBE card
You'll need a SUBE card to use public transport. I leave one at the apartment, you only have to charge it at subway stations or some kioskos. You can use the same card for more than one person. Please after use it leave the card a the apartment for next guest.
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