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Travel to Buenos Aires and Enjoy the Many Buenos Aires Activities Close to the Hotel Emperador
As a guest of Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires, you will enjoy unmatched access to the most popular attractions and things to do in the city.
Perfectly located in the heart of the city on Del Libertador Ave in the Recoleta area, the hotel is steps away from the famous Opera House on the Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the most famous streets in South America and one of the widest in the world.
The hotel is also close to from Puerto Madero, the art galleries and museums district, Shopping Malls.
Come let us help you discover Buenos Aires!
Highlights places for tourism in Buenos Aires:
Recoleta touristic area
Palermo green park area
San Telmo - Flee market
Opera House - Teatro Colon
Tango shows- Theatre options
Welcome to the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, emblem of the national museums’ system of the National Ministry of Culture. Of its several characteristics, there are three that make it unique: First, its extraordinary artistic heritage, which makes it the largest public collection in Latin America. Among its more than 650 pieces, two collections stand out: the collection of nineteenth-century European art, considered the most important in the region, and the collection of Argentine art, beyond any doubt the most valuable of its kind worldwide.
In its dedication to 20th century Latin American art, owns a unique collection that includes the principal tendencies and movements that characterize the region’s art in all its mediums, bringing together paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings, collages, photographs, installations and artists’ objects from Mexico and the Caribbean to Argentina.
Since 1867, not only wealth but also the Argentine cultural refinement went past the Bullrich house. This historical building of the Bullriches, designed by the English architect Waldorp, was a traditional auction house of any kind of collectibles, livestock and even stallions. In 1988, a modern mall was opened, though preserving the source, the original values of the novel building, and its neoclassical architecture.
Recoleta is a downtown residential neighborhood in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina; it is an area of great historical and architectural interest, mostly because of the Recoleta Cemetery . It is also an important tourist destination and cultural center of the city.
Tango is a partner dance that originated in the 1890s along the River Plate, the natural border between Argentina and Uruguay, and soon spread to the rest of the world. Early tango was known as tango criollo (Creole tango). Today, there are many forms of tango extant. Popularly and among tango dancing circles, the authentic tango is considered to be the one closest to the form originally danced in Argentina and Uruguay.
Teatro Colón is the main opera house in Buenos Aires. It was ranked the third best opera house in the world by National Geographic, and it’s considered by many, including Luciano Pavarotti, to have some of the best acoustics in the world. There’s a full lineup for the 2015 season, so you might be lucky enough to attend a performance and hear the famed acoustics for yourself.
An old shipping port has a renewed purpose at Puerto Madero Harbor. It’s now a delightful, picturesque waterfront spot to stroll or perhaps grab a bite to eat. You can tour an old ship for a modest price, or perhaps just close your eyes and breathe in the salty air. You’ll find a lot of cafes tucked in around here, so feel free to linger over your coffee and enjoy the views.