Buenos Aires is a bit like my home city of Melbourne in that it’s a city with beautiful old buildings and leafy streets, but no iconic landmark that you could use to represent the city. The landmark that represents BA is the Obelisco de Buenos Aires (Obelisk of Buenos Aires).
The Obelisk is located in the middle of the city on 9 de Julio Avenue (the widest avenue in the world). It was built in 1936 to celebrate the fourth centenary of the founding of the city and it seems to suit its location in the centre of this enormous avenue.
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Notes on Buenos Aires – Observations on my visit to Buenos Aires.
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BA Travel Guide – Information on events, places and neighbourhoods to visit, museums, buildings and monuments, and where to stay.
Landing Pad BA – Alternative city guide and online agency for Buenos Aires activities and reservations.
A Gringo In Buenos Aires – A guide for visitors, expats, and students, about living like a local.
Ultimate Nomad Travel Guide: Buenos Aires, Argentina – By Nomads Unveiled.
33 Things We Love About Buenos Aires – By globetrottergirls.com.
Buenos Aires For 91 Days – Blog by Jürgen and Mike who stay in different cities around the world for 91 days.
Pick Up The Fork – A food lover’s food blog with Buenos Aires restaurant reviews, recipes and overall silliness.
Tigre is a town north of Greater Buenos Aires and is a popular day trip from the city. Tigre is the launch place for the Paraná Delta (commonly referred to as the Tigre Delta), which is a scenic waterway filled with weekend houses and campsites for those looking to escape the city.
Buenos Aires photo gallery – Photos of my visit to BA.