Best itinerary for Spending 3 days in Buenos Aires?

Hi everyone,

I’m planning a trip to Buenos Aires and have exactly three days to explore this beautiful city. I want to make the most of my limited time there and experience the best that Buenos Aires offers. However, I’m unsure where to start or what activities and places to prioritize during my stay.

If you’ve been to Buenos Aires or are familiar with the city, I’d love to hear your recommendations for creating a memorable 3-day itinerary. What are the must-see attractions, the top dining spots, and any unique experiences I shouldn’t miss? Whether it’s cultural, historical, or just a hidden gem, please share your insights to help me plan the perfect 3-day adventure in Buenos Aires.

Your tips and suggestions will be greatly appreciated!


Hi @anand.gupta72

Buenos Aires is a vibrant and culturally rich city with plenty to offer, even in a short visit. Here’s a suggested itinerary for making the most of your 3 days in Buenos Aires:

Day 1: Explore Historic Neighborhoods

  • Morning: Start your day in the historic neighbourhood of San Telmo. Visit the San Telmo Market and enjoy some local street food.
  • Afternoon: Head to La Boca and explore the colourful Caminito street. Don’t miss the Boca Juniors stadium.
  • Evening: Experience the tango culture in a local milonga (tango club) for an authentic Buenos Aires evening.

Day 2: Cultural Immersion

  • Morning: Visit the iconic Obelisco and stroll along Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the widest avenues in the world.
  • Afternoon: Spend your afternoon at the MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art) and explore the impressive art collection.
  • Evening: Enjoy a traditional Argentine dinner with a juicy steak at one of the city’s renowned parrillas (steakhouses).

Day 3: Parks and Palaces

  • Morning: Visit the beautiful Palermo neighbourhood. Explore the Rose Garden and the Japanese Garden.
  • Afternoon: Discover the impressive Recoleta Cemetery and the nearby Recoleta Cultural Center.
  • Evening: End your trip by watching a live performance at the Teatro Colón, one of the world’s best opera houses.

Try Argentine empanadas, mate tea, and dulce de leche while you’re here. Also, use the efficient Subte (subway) system to get around the city quickly. Buenos Aires is a city with a lot of character and history, and this itinerary should give you a taste of its diverse attractions within a 3-day visit.

Enjoy your trip!