Plan your Honeymoon in Buenos Aires: our Four-Day Itinerary (part 1)

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires

Argentina is a great place to spend your honeymoon. It offers both a glamorous, vibrant capital city and some wonderful wild scenery that you won’t see anywhere else. If you are coming to Argentina on your honeymoon, you should definitely spend four or five days in Buenos Aires. The city offers plenty to explore, excellent restaurants and bars and a charming atmosphere. To give a feel of what your honeymoon in Buenos Aires could be, we have drawn a four-day program with things to see and places to eat. Enjoy!

For addresses and phone numbers of the places we mention in this article, see our address book.

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires – Day One – Palermo

Miranda Restaurante Buenos Aires

Check in at a nice hotel in Palermo. We highly recommend the Terrace Suite at Palo Santo Hotel, a luxury design boutique hotel that also commits to preserving the environment. Honeymoon package comes with fresh flowers arrangement and a bottle of champagne (check validity when booking).

Have lunch in one of the nearby restaurants. Palermo Hollwood is full of wonderful terraces and is great for an outdoors meal. We recommend Oui Oui or Miranda.

Head to Palermo Soho (10’ walk) to see some nice designer shops. Do not miss Paul, an almost secret commercial gallery: it hosts one of the most tastefully decorated furniture shops you will ever see. Have a coffee or cocktails on Plaza Armenia.

Tegui Restaurant Buenos Aires

For dinner, Tegui in Palermo Hollywood is our favorite. The food is an author’s take on porteño’s cuisine and the restaurant has an amazing design. After dinner, have some drinks at Isabel Bar, one of the hottest spots in Buenos Aires.

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires – Day Two – Puerto Madero and San Telmo

Puerto Madero Buenos Aires

Head to Puerto Madero for a nice walk near the river. This wealthy and modern area is partly car-free. You can have lunch in one of the many restaurants: for amazing meat, try Cabaña Las Lilas; for Italian food, Sottovoce is great.

Buenos Aires San Telmo

After lunch visit the quaint neighborhood of San Telmo. It is one of the oldest areas of Buenos Aires and preserved an undeniable charm. Go up and down Defensa Street. On Sundays a very lively street fair is held. Visit the antiques shops to find the most bizarre collection of old objects.

For dinner, you might want to try out some other restaurant in Palermo. Azema Exotic Bistro features some French Caribean cuisine and is reasonably priced. For japonese-peruvian fusion food, try Osaka.

If you are in the mood for some after-dinner drinks, try 878. This speakeasy-like bar serves great cocktails.

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