MUSIC and DANCE: Argentine Tango, Rock, and Folklore: Music of Buenos Aires. They really do dance in the streets here, and not just to tango. This article lists gives links to many songs with special Buenos AIres connections.
Usina del Arte –Art Factory – Buenos Aires, Argentina free entrance, free guided tours, free concerts The Government offers free guided tours to this old factory that has been converted into a museum. You can visit it only on some specific hours during the week-ends.
San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina only Sundays This is the most important artisans` fair that everyone will recommend. It goes on for 11 blocks on the Defensa street up to the Dorrego square, so you can spend hours browsing. There are also many street artists playing music, joggling, animating puppets or performing other unexpected activities.
El Ateneo, Buenos Aires, Argentina Most beautiful library I`ve seen, located in an old theatre. It is a very good example of a functional conversion that maintains the cultural atmosphere of the original building. The café of the library is located on the scene. From the balconies on the first and second floor you can admire a memorable view.
Government`s House – Casa Rosada – Casa Rosada The Government’s House, also known as the Pink House due to the colour of the facades, is probably Buenos Aires’ most emblematic building. Home of the presidents, this building has witnessed memorable events, culminating with the bombing in 1955 when the army raised against Peron.