ALBUMS & STORIES
Buenos Aires: Argentina’s Cultural Capital
It’s trend-setting and alluring, but Buenos Aires is not Paris. Though deeply influenced by European tastes and immigration, Buenos Aires has evolved beyond imitation. This is one of the world’s great cultural capitals, exporting cinema, fashion, music, and cuisine.
Buenos Aires was established in 1536—and again in 1580—by navigators recognizing the location’s potential as a port for the Spanish Empire.
The city’s museums—housing works by Diego Rivera, Wifredo Lam, Frida Kahlo, Jorge de la Vega—are among the hemisphere’s best.
Other attractions in Buenos Aires include:
- Performing Arts
- Botanical Gardens
- Street Art
Most of our clients stay three or four nights and often return for longer stays on their next trip to Argentina.
No other city in South America has such a fine collection of boutique and luxury hotels. Choices range from restored Belle Époque mansions to stark design hotels and charming bed-and-breakfasts.
Similarly varied are Buenos’ Aires galleries, design studios, restaurants, and nightclubs. Porteños are known for late night dining and dancing until daybreak.
Our Favorite Hotels
What to do in Buenos Aires
Over the years, we’ve assembled a collection of trusted friends—ambassadors, really—who open the city to our clients, helping them access the city’s leading galleries, studios, workshops, and kitchens.
Whatever your interests, we’ll make the introductions. LANDED can assist arranging the following among other signature experiences:
- A behind-the-scenes visit to the studio of master silversmith
- Polo match (March to May; September to December) or polo lessons with star players
- Accompanied visits to soccer matches (February to November)
- A day trip to El Descanso, a private island botanical garden and sculpture park
- Cooking classes
- Market visits and chef’s table experiences
- Wine tastings with Argentine sommeliers
- A behind-the-scenes visit to the Teatro Colon opera house
- Tango performances, lessons, and accompanied visits to tango clubs
- Gelato tastings
- Day trips to private ranches for lunch, riding, and demonstrations of gaucho horsemanship—trick riding, ring games, horse whispering, and rope skills.
- Custom shoe workshop visits and fittings
- Visits to museums and galleries with a painter or photographer
- Personal shopping with a fashion producer
- Street food tasting tours
- Sailing on a private yacht on the Rio de la Plata
- Street art walking tours in San Telmo and Palermo
- Jewish cultural explorations
- Inside-access visits to fashion designers’ workshops
- Architecture-focused walking or driving explorations
What is the Weather Like?
Buenos Aires draws visitors year-round. The summer months in Buenos Aires (December till March) are hot and humid with temperatures usually around the high 70°F and up to 100°F. Winter is a mild season with average temperatures between 35°F and 50°F. Autumn and Spring are pleasant seasons with temperatures between 50°F and up to 80°F for Autumn and 70°F and up to 80°F for Spring.
These averages are changing, please check extended weather forecasts using your favorite weather app prior to departure.
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How to combine Buenos Aires
Have some extra time? Here are some options for you to combine with
The Lakes District
Rio De Janeiro
Salta & Cafayate
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