Tripping is the world's top search engine for vacation rentals. Compare Buenos Aires vacation homes and short term rentals from 8 rental sites including HomeAway, FlipKey, 9flats and more.
- List View
- Image View
Please note the final price of a vacation rental or short term rental may differ from the price displayed above. Be sure to double-check with hosts before booking accommodation as availability and prices are subject to change. Thanks!
About Buenos Aires
The second largest city in South America, Buenos Aires is often called “the Paris of South America.” Its European architecture represents the atmosphere of the city: a mix of European and South American culture. Italian and various other cultural histories have even influenced the dialect of Spanish commonly spoken. This European-like city has the highest concentration of theaters in the world, spread out among its 48 districts. From theater to tango, enjoy endless adventure and entertainment can be found in Buenos Aires.
Things to Do in Buenos Aires
The grid layout of the city means public transportation and walking are superb. Shop down Florida Street and in the Palermo Viejo district. You can’t visit Buenos Aires without going to a milongas tango show, best in the Boedo and La Boca districts. The scene at San Telmo by day is filled with history and by night is bubbling with underground nightlife (Tip: visit on Sunday for a look in the flea market). For even more excitement, cheer on the two top soccer teams, Boca Juniors and River Plate. Other sites you can’t miss are Teatro Colón Opera House and The Cementerio de la Recoleta.
Accommodations in Buenos Aires
Typically, finding accommodations in Buenos Aires varies by the district. The most popular districts to stay in include Palermo Viejo, Puerto Madero, and Microcentro. In the city, a short term apartment rental is the best kind of accommodation that will allow you to both explore the city and get involved in the local Buenos Aires nightlife.