Conte Hotel

Carlos Pellegrini 101 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1009, Argentina | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $62.00
 

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

A tiny bit more of Buenos Aires love...

A travel blog entry by hannahbaynham

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... decided to go last night. It was by far the best thing I have ever seen in my life - think Cirque de Soleil but weirder and more surreal. I can't really explain it so I won't try to! But I came out of there absolutely buzzing - I will never forget last night! Have a 17 hour bus coming up now - so sorry for the rather rushed blog! I'm really surprisingly sad to be leaving this gorgeous city, but I have exciting things coming up! More from me later - much love to all ...

Atlantic Drive

A travel blog entry by jo8anthony

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... so we were able to explore all the different neighbourhoods. The historic and municipal Centro area, with its cobbled pedestrian streets, pink palace, cathedral, national congress and many squares had a very European feel. The centre also has a very nice riverside area, great for a few afternoon drinks.

The poorer Boca neighbourhood, in the docklands, is definitely the most colourful. As the houses are painted with ...

Where's the tango?

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw

... was well represented through great food, loud music and vibrant colours. It didn't feel like we were in Argentina anymore, as there was a strong Carribbean influence. I had my first mango shake since Asia, and sampled some of the different food. It was the perfect way to end our 3 days in the city. I had loved my time here, and it was my favourite city I have been to in a while. Sadly, Elvis and I were to part ways here, as he headed to Brazil, and I to Mendoza.
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Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by fsorbie

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... mobile, it kept cutting out. Ended up going to la Boca today already, it was nice to see, the fundacion was also closed today tho. Changed some euros for double pesos, and got asked out for tango and beers, yes please, but i dont trust anyone here! So said no. Back to the hostel, to rest feet a bit, and then went out for dinner, saw tango dancing with live music, ate beef right from the BBQ and went back to the hostel. Not feeling very happy here, maybe I am missing ...

Vamos a Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by pregester

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... sandwiches are served and then dinner is eaten sometime after 9:30 and really gets going after 11pm. It is customary on the weekends to go to a club, bar or Tango venue after dinner and come home at dawn. I don't know how they do this and to be sure not everyone lives like this but it is prevalent enough that it is not seen as unusual. Well our schedule is a bit different than the Portenos (what Buenos Aires residents are called).

Our ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Cafe Tortoni, Floralis Generica, Manzana de las Luces tunnels, and Palermo Viejo.
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