Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

Avenida del Libertador
In the Palermo district of Buenos Aires you will experience a wonderful collection of museums the widest avenue in the world (400ft) as well as the widest bottom. 
Cementerio Recoleta
While navigating the sea of majestic tombs and chapels you will most likely need a map to guide you to the tomb of Eva Peron (Evita).
El Ateneo Grand Splendid
El Ateneo Grand Splendid deserves the visit of booklovers, architecture fans and any other curious wanderers of the Recoleta neighbourhood.
Jardín Japonés
A ideal environment for romantic walks with a loved one. Enjoy a stroll between cultures with authentic and quaint streams bridges teahouses and fishponds filled with Koi Carp (Japanese fish) and fish food supplied.
La Casa Rosada
Rather modestly translated from Spanish as the 'Pink House', La Casa Rosada is the official seat of government.
Monumento a los Caidos Malvinas
One of the shortest wars known in history, the Falklands Memorial lists the lives of those who perished in battle between April to June 1982.  
Plaza Dorrego
The historic area is buzzing full of cafes and bars along the crumbling streets.
Plaza San Martin
Possibly one of the most attractive squares in the city, Plaza San Martin pays homage to one of South America's greatest liberators.
Plazoleta Cortazar
Experience the Palermo Viejo's most popular square while browsing its unique shops.
Sonica DJ Classes
To learn to spin, scratch and mix at all levels from Sonica's nocturnal DJs.
Torre Monumental
Buenos Aires' 'Big Ben' monument is a great place to catch awe-inspiring views of the city. 

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