Swathed in a European cloak, the Argentine capital known for tango, Malbec wine and steakhouses is a distinct city of varied barrios. Stylish artists fill the cafes of Palermo, while Recoleta is an enclave for the upper class, with Parisian architecture. The cobbled streets of San Telmo feature colonial buildings that hum with a history of staggering romance and colonial charm.
Local designers unveil winter collections in March and summer collections in September in catwalk reviews that attract large and very fashionable crowds.
Argentine, Latin American, and international films are screened at over 25 venues across the city to enthusiastic viewers at this popular festival of independent, ground-breaking cinema.
Jam the ballot box with nominations for a favorite book, meet authors, and listen to readings for bibliophiles of all ages as part of this literature-focused fair.
Meet artists and mingle with gallery owners and curators at what has become one of the largest contemporary art fairs in South America.
Check out gauchos on horseback, prize livestock, and folk traditions on full display at this massive exhibition of agricultural and country living in the city.
Buenos Aires’ passionate national treasure, the tango, is not to be missed, especially with non-stop performances, classes, and competitions throughout this two week event.
The bounty of the surrounding vineyards comes to town through guided tastings, a wine store, gourmet market, and music at this three day wine-soaked event.
Cutting-edge interior and architectural design takes center stage throughout this festival that showcases creativity and raises funds to support the Ophthalmological Foundation Argentina Jorge Malbran.
Founded in 2002, this five day festival grows in numbers of musicians playing at venues both large and intimate to packed crowds of jazz-loving fans every year.
Polo is one of Argentina’s most popular sports and the Argentine Open, now in its 123rd year, is a testament to this love affair.
Request a table by the wall of windows in the elegant winter-garden styled dining room overlooking the city center.
Expect exceptional, seasonal-focused dishes from executive chef Javier Gonzalez Aleman’s
tasting menu at the St. Regis Restaurant.
Unwind with an expertly mixed cocktail in the sophisticated antiques-adorned lobby lounge.
Traverse the Santiago Calatrava-designed Puente de la Mujer, a rotating footbridge that dramatically spans the Puerto Madero.
A culinary journey with food-focused perks including an Argentine tasting menu dinner with wine pairing, daily breakfast, and a regional cookbook as a momento.
An immersive tango-centric experience that includes a private tango class, VIP seats at a dinner and tango show, and a pair of tango shoes.
Soak in the sophisticated comforts with a champagne and petit four welcome, complimentary facial massages, and a special lunch and local wine tasting.