Plan your Honeymoon in Buenos Aires: our Four-Day Itinerary (part 2)

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires

Second part of our Four-Day Honeymoon Itinerary. To see our recommendation for Day One and Day Two,click here.

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

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires – Day Three – Recoleta

Buenos Aires Recoleta

Recoleta is the most traditional, most elegant and most distinguished neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. Luxury is all over its streets, buildings and shops. It is a top residential neighbourhood with great historical and architectural interest. Discover splendid 19th century palaces. On Alvear Ave. and Quintana Ave. you will find many luxury boutiques such as Hermes and Ermenegildo Zegna. Have a tea at Alvear Palace Hotel, a old-fashioned 5-star hotel with lots of thick carpets and golden chandeliers.

Need to pamper yourself further? Leave Recoleta and spend your afternoon at Hotel Panamericano’s Spa. Located on the 22th floor of this gigantic 5-star hotel, the spa overlooks the Obelisk and Ave. 9 de Julio, one of the largest avenues in the world. The view is breath-taking.

Gran Bar Danzon Buenos Aires

To end up this glamourous day, have a nice glass of wine at Danzón, a New York style bar filled with beautiful people. Their wine list is long and well selected. You can have dinner there or walk a couple of blocks for one of the best and most gourmet pizzas in Buenos Aires: Pizza Piola. There is a live DJ on weekend nights. Another option in the area is Milion, a charming bar located inside an ancient mansion. You will see almost only tourists there, but the place is beautiful.

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires – Day Four – Tango and Microcentro

Tango Buenos Aires

Four days in Buenos Aires and you still haven’t danced tango! It’s time for a private lesson. Mayoral y Elsa Maria’s School of tango is one of the most prestigious. This famous couple of dancers from the 1980s now teaches their passion to locals and tourists, including some celebrities such as Lady Di, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Liza Minelli or Julio Iglesias.

Buenos Aires Microcentro

After some dancing, head to Plaza de Mayo. You’ll see the Presidential Palace (Casa Rosada) and Buenos Aires Cathedral. From there, walk down Avenida de Mayo. The entire avenue has remarkable buildings and a very coherent landscape. Stop at Café Tortoni. Founded in 1858, it is said to be the oldest coffee shop in the country. Ask for the tango program for this day: Café Tortoni hosts the National Tango Academy and regularly offer some shows. There are many other places to see a show, ask your hotel or see this article on our blog. If you are not so much interested in the dance but only wish to listen at some tango music, TorcuatoTasso Cultural Center is a great option. Check their programming.

We hope you enjoy your honeymoon in Buenos Aires! There are still plenty of things to see and to do in Buenos Aires: we haven’t mentioned any museum, nor day trips to Uruguay or Tigre. That would certainly fit in a 5-day or 6-day program.

Please ask your questions in the comments. We will be happy to help you plan your honeymoon in Buenos Aires!

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