Top 10 Trending Tours in gay BUENOS AIRES 2021

Check out the following top 10 tours and places to visit in Buenos Aires based on our readers choice!

Buenos Aires like a local, to show you the best the city has to offer!

Few cities get under your skin like Buenos Aires. Sexy, alive, supremely confident yet passionately romantic, this beautiful, vibrant city is unforgettable. Discover old-world cafes, colonial architecture, outdoor markets, and nightlife that will keep you swinging all night long. And the best news is that Buenos Aires remains a surprisingly affordable destination for travelers.

Rub shoulders with Recoleta’s rich and famous while you visit its fascinating necropolis. Hunt for that antique gem in a dusty San Telmo shop, wander Boedo’s bohemian streets, or take in a theatrical production around Av Corrientes. You’ll soon see why so many visitors have fallen in love with this elegant, seductive city.

The list below is our “Must See”..but there are hundreds of others, spectacular museums, theaters and monuments. We have listed the Obelisc first, as its the best way of finding your way in the city, if you ever get lost. They also cover the entire monument in a giant pink condom every World Aids Day which just shows how inclusive the city is.

Recoleta Cemetary

While it may seem odd that one of Buenos Aires’ principal tourist attractions is a cemetery, the Recoleta Cemetery is no ordinary graveyard. Encircled by a towering perimeter wall and entered via a striking columned portico, Recoleta Cemetery is one of the world’s most exquisite necropolises; a glorious ‘City of the Dead’ that houses some of the country’s most prominent political, military and artistic icons.

San Telmo

Formerly an up-market residential area, the area’s crumbling mansions and atmosphere of faded glory form the perfect backdrop for the city’s artists and musicians who now call this inner-city enclave home. Visit on Sundays to browse the enormous Plaza Dorrego antiques fair, clap along to the tango buskers and relax with a drink at one of the surrounding cafes.

The streets here are picturesquely cobbled, and the fascinating little shops are well worth a browse. Visit San Telmo at night to take in a tango show in one of the area’s many clubs.

Puerto Madero

Once a lackluster cargo port, the waterfront area of Puerto Madero is now one of Buenos Aires’ most fashionable districts, teeming with upmarket restaurants and glitzy nightclubs. Marooned from the mainland by the Rio de la Plata estuary, the largely pedestrianized island is celebrated for housing some of the city’s most architecturally stunning buildings. Luxury apartments, plush hotels and high-rise office towers dominate the area, encircling a stylish waterfront plaza and backed by an expanse of naturally preserved parkland.

Teatro Colón

Since 1908, the Colon Theatre (or Teatro Colón) has set the benchmark for gilded magnificence and the ultimate theater experience. One of the world’s top five opera houses, the luxurious seven-story building seats 2,500 theater-goers on plush red velvet chairs on tiers of gilded balconies rising to giddying heights. Guided tours highlight the gilt interior, chandeliers, illuminated dome and ceremonial staircases.

Buenos Aires Botanical Garden

Located in the heart of the Palermo neighborhood, the Buenos Aires Botanical Garden opened in 1898 based on a design by French architect Carlos Thays. Today the national monument encompasses 18 acres (7 hectares) of gardens showcasing some 5,500 species of plants from six different continents: Asia, Africa, Oceana Europe and the Americas. Highlights of the green space include a Roman garden, designed by Carlos Thays in the fashion of early Christian-era gardens, as well as a French garden inspired by the gardens of Versailles


With its brightly painted houses and funky atmosphere, Caminito is one of the most famous streets in Buenos Aires.It may not be a grand boulevard, but Caminito is a historic walkway that grabs your attention from the moment you enter.

Founded by Italian immigrants from Genoa, the street is lined with haphazardly built homes constructed from corrugated metal and wood, painted in a plethora of gaudy colors. You’ll probably hear the dramatic foot-stomping strains of the tango as you stroll down this pedestrian walkway, and as you look around you’ll see works by local artists on the walls of this outdoor living gallery.

The Planetarium

The planetarium was built in 1966 by architect Enrique Jan. Shaped like a planet, it has a 20 meter wide cupola. Shows are projected on the inside of the cupola through a spotlight and laser system. The equipment can project up to 8900 fixed stars, constellation and nebulas.

Iguazu Falls

Recognized world-wide, the Iguazu Falls is considered to be one of the most impressive natural beauties on Earth. With more than 200 falls reaching heights of 200 feet (60 meters), the power, size and sheer noise of Iguazu is simply breathtaking. This Argentinian wonder is definitely not to be missed!

This sub-tropical region shared by Argentina and Brazil covers an extensive area that starts in the North-east part of Argentina and ends in the Carnival capital of Rio de Janeiro.


Opened in 2002 on the 50th anniversary of the death of Evita, this Palermo museum is dedicated to the life of the most revered of Argentinian figures: Maria Eva Duarte de Peron, who died of cancer at the age of 33. The permanent collection, which includes film footage, books, letters, dresses (such as the Jamandreu-designed piece that she wore to meet the Pope) and photos of her childhood and trips abroad, help bring to life for the visitor the huge mythological force Evita still exerts on Argentinian society. Stop for lunch at the lovely restaurant out the back, with a terrace.

Poalermo & its Parks

The parks of Palermo have more than 80 hectares full of aged forests. Two artificial lakes border the vegetation. You can go through aquatic birds and plants by boat or water bike. Additionally, you can enjoy many subspaces, like the “Poets Garden”, the “Andalusian Yard” and the “Roses Garden” commonly known as El Rosedal with 15,000 rose bushes and plants of 1,189 different species. Crossroads of Libertador and Sarmiento avenues.

Recommended Hotels in Buenos Aires

From luxurious five-star hotels to charming bed-and-breakfasts, Buenos Aires has some amazing places to stay. Nearly all are located the three biggest gayborhoods of Palermo, Recoleta, and San Telmo.

Nuss Buenos Aires
5 Star, Luxury

Nuss Buenos Aires Soho

Nuss Buenos Aires Soho provides modern, boutique accommodation in the stylish neighbourhood of Palermo Soho, with Spanish décor.

Faena Hotel, 5 Star
Luxury, Designer

Faena Hotel

Set in an impressive building with spa facilities and a swimming pool, offering plush accommodation in upscale Puerto Madero

Legado Mitico
4 Star, Readers Choice

Legado Mitico

A stylish boutique hotel featuring spacious rooms with thematic décor inspired by the Argentinean culture and history.

Ilum Experience
4 Star, Great Breakfast

Ilum Experience Home

Conveniently located in the Palermo Hollywood district of Buenos Aires, Ilum Experience Home offers contemporary rooms.

Recommended Apartments in Buenos Aires

Luminous Apartment
1 Bedroom

Luminous Apartment Buenos Aires

Bright and modern apartment in the center of Buenos Aires on Córdoba Avenue 3 minutes from the Colon Theater and 6 from the Obelisk. It is a small apartment remodeled 1 year ago, WIFI, Cable, Air conditioner & Smart TV

Historic Duplex
1 Bedroom

Historico Duplex Apartment Buenos Aires

Once owned by the famous Argentine writer Adolfo Bioy Casares, this late 1930s Rationalist building was created by Argentine architect Alberto Prebish, author of the Obelisco and The Gran Rex Theatre. Ideal for tourism

Superb Location
1 Bedroom

Breakfast included! Enjoy a sunny & comfortable 2 floor apartment, Located in Puerto Madero, best neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Dining room & kitchen area fully equipped, 50′ Smart TV, & super sunny balcony. Hi-Speed WIFI!

New loft
1 Bedroom

New, spacious, stylish and very friendly loft! It has two floors, balcony, living room and a bedroom. It is in the heart of San Telmo and has all the comforts. A few meters from the heart of San Telmo with the subway and the metrobus

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