Wondering what Buenos Aires has to offer? I made our top 5 most beautiful places to visit in Buenos Aires. Get the most out of your trip to Buenos Aires. Let’s start!

Watch also the video below about the top 20 things to do in Buenos Aires.

1. Rosedal: the most beautiful place to visit in Buenos Aires

Rosdedal also known as the Rose Garden of Buenos Aires is located in Parque de 3 Febrero. A calm place to walk around with, as the name will surprise you, with Roses. An ideal place to take photos and come to rest after a long day of exploring in the city. My favorite on the list of “most beautiful places to visit in Buenos Aires”.

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Rosedal: Rose garden in Parque de 3 febrero

2. Puente de la mujer “Bridge of the woman”

You certainly saw it appear in one of the catalogs about Buenos Aires. The iconic pedestrian bridge Puente de la Mujer in Puerto Madero. In the evening the bridge is beautifully lit in colors, most importantly an eyecatcher and my favorite. Puente de la mujer was designed by Santiago Calatrava and was opened in 2001.

Puente de la mujer place to visit in Buenos Aires
Puente de la Mujer in Puerto Madero

3. The light tower of Palacio Barolo

You can’t imagine how beautiful this place is to visit in Buenos Aires. Book a ticket for the Palacio Barolo tour and end the tour in the light tower of the building. A magnificent view over the city and Congress of Argentina. Certainly when you go at sunset.

Palacio Barolo on Av. 25 de Mayo

4. Floralis Generica

Floralis Generica is a giant flower made out of metal. It opens every day and closes at night. Around the giant flower is a park where you can rest for a moment. Floralis Generica is 15min walking from Recoleta Cemetery. Therefore the perfect stopover during your walking tour in Buenos Aires.

Floralis Generica Buenos Aires place to visit
Floralis Generica near Recoleta Cemetery

5. El Caminito in La Boca

I end the list of “most beautiful places to visit in Buenos Aires” with La Boca. World’s famous little path with bright colorful houses. La Boca was initially a place for immigrants at the beginning of the 20th century. The houses are painted with leftovers of the nearby harbor.

El Caminito in La Boca Buenos Aires

My roots in Buenos Aires started as a tourist. After some great adventures in Argentina, I moved in 2017 to the metropolitan city of Buenos Aires. I felt a need for correct and honest information for tourists. That's why I love to write to you. Sharing my discoveries in Buenos Aires. I hope you enjoy the city as much as I do! Buenos Aires ❤️

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