3 days in Buenos Aires itinerary

Complete guide to organize your 3-day trip to Buenos Aires. You will be able to know the Center, La Boca, San Telmo, Puerto Madero, Recoleta and Palermo.
Caminito of Buenos Aires
Caminito of Buenos Aires

If you are thinking of traveling to Buenos Aires, you should bear in mind that it is a very big city, but if you organize your trip well, Buenos Aires is the perfect city to visit in 3 days.

It is one of the 20 most visited cities in the world, ideal for walking around and enjoying its exquisite architecture. 

In recent years, the Argentine peso had a great devaluation, so in addition to knowing a beautiful city, you will be able to make purchases and enjoy its gastronomy at very affordable prices.

Best Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires


  • La Casa Rosada (headquarters of the Executive Power, is where the President's office is located) Location: Calle Balcarce 50
  • Playa de Mayo (located in front of the Casa Rosada, it is the place where the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo meet on Thursdays)
  • The Metropolitan Cathedral (it is located in front of Playa de Mayo, it is the place where Cardinal Bergoglio, current Pope Francis, used to be until 2013) Location: Calle San Martín 27
  • El Cabildo (located in front of Playa de Mayo, it was the center of political power in colonial times) Location: Calle Bolívar 65
  • Avenida de Mayo (links the Casa Rosada with the Congress)
  • Café Tortoni (the oldest Café in Buenos Aires, French style, is open since 1858) Location: Av. de Mayo 825
  • The Congress of the Argentine Nation (it is the seat of the Legislative Power) Location: Av. Entre Ríos
  • Avenida 9 de Julio (it is the widest avenue in the world)
  • The Obelisk (it is a historical monument considered the icon of the City of Buenos Aires) Location: Avenida 9 de Julio and Avenida Corrientes
  • Pedestrian Florida and Pedestrian Lavalle (outdoor shopping centers)
  • Galerías Pacífico (Shopping) Location: Peatonal Florida and Avenida Córdoba
  • Plaza San Martin (inaugurated in 1862, it is the main green space in the Retiro neighborhood, in the square is the monument to the Liberator José de San Martin, and the Monument to the Fallen in Malvinas) Location: Santa Fe Avenue and Esmeralda street

La Boca

  • Caminito (cultural passage of the La Boca neighborhood)
  • La Bombonera (Boca Juniors Club Stadium) Location: Brandsen 805

San Telmo

  • Feria de San Telmo (Antiques Fair, operates on Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) Location: calle Defensa 120
  • Plaza Dorrego (works on Sundays next to the San Telmo Fair) Location: Calle Humberto 1º 400

Puerto Madero

  • The Sarmiento Frigate (The ARA Presidente Sarmiento frigate became the first modern training ship that Argentina had in 1897) Location: Darsena 3, Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 900
  • The Woman's Bridge (represents the image of a couple dancing tango) Location: Dique 3 of Puerto Madero, in Pierina Dealessi and Manuela Gorriti
  • Walk through Puerto Madero


  • Parque de Palermo / El Rosedal (known as the Bosques de Palermo, is one of the largest green spaces in the city, also a beautiful lake is located there) Location: Avenida Infanta Isabel 410
  • The Japanese Garden (it was inaugurated on May 17, 1967, it is the largest Japanese Garden outside of Japan) Location: Avenida Casares 3450


  • La Floralis Generica (it is a metal sculpture representing a six-petal flower located in the United Nations Square, inaugurated on April 13, 2002) Location: Avenida Presidente Figueroa Alcorta 2250
  • Plaza Francia (on weekends you will find the Recoleta Fair) Location: Avenida del Libertador 1400
  • The Recoleta Cemetery (It was built in 1822, being the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires, it contains a large number of personalities) Location: Junín 1760

By organizing your trip in Buenos Aires well, you will be able to visit the historical areas and then have lunch in the most modern neighborhood of the city, Puerto Madero.

In addition to enjoying the city tour, a good option is to take advantage of the devaluation of the Argentine peso and take a Shopping Tours.

Buenos Aires has many Shopping and shopping areas, such as Peatonal Florida or Avenida Santa Fe.

But as we discussed earlier, it is important to bear in mind that the distances between the different areas of the city are great.

One option that you should take into account if you want to save time and better organize your trip is to hire a company specialized in shopping tours.

Companies specializing in shopping tours are the best option to find places with much more favorable prices than Shopping.

Shopping tours in Buenos Aires

One of the companies specialized in shopping tours is “Buenos Aires Shopping Tours”.

What differentiates this company from other similar ones is that the tour is personalized and you can organize it according to what you are looking for.

In the 6 hour tour in addition to visiting exclusive places and factories, you will have stops to take photos at the main tourist spots in Buenos Aires.

The tour includes wine stores, cosmetics, international brands and factories of leather jackets and cashmere sweaters among many other items.

Photo tours in Buenos Aires

On the same shopping trip you will have stops in different areas of the city: the Obelisco, La Boca, the Floralis Generica, the Casa Rosada, etc.

The total cost of the Shopping Tours + the Photo Tours is U $ S 50 and is exclusive for a maximum of 4 people.

We hope that all this information has helped you, and above all that you enjoy your trip.

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