Art, fashion, food, literature and rock: just a few of the highlights of what's happening in the city this week!
When? March 15 to April 1.
Where? Costanera Sur, Av. España, 2230.
Cirque du Soleil returns with its show Amaluna, a spectacle that mixes Greek myth with Shakespeare on an island of gods, full of incredible acrobatics making for perhaps the world's most spectacular circus show.
When? March 25.
Where? Plaza Francia, Av. Del Libertador and Dr. Luis Agote.
Discover new gastronomic ideas and get your hands on imported French produce at this regular food fest, accompanied by live music.
Having passed through Lyon, París, Brussels and Vienna, Péter Eötvös' opera based on Chekhov's play of the same name makes its debut at the Teatro Colón, with stage direction from Rubén Szuchmacher, kicking off a high-impact season at the legendary opera house with a modern take on a classic theme.
When? Thursday March 22.
Where? Stadium Luna Park, Av. Corrientes and Bouchard.
The renowned French master of sound and visual effects and innovative technology returns to Buenos Aires to present new works from his double album Electronica alongside classics like Oxigene and Equinoxe.
When? Friday March 23.
Where? Teatro Gran Rex, Av. Corrientes 857.
P.J. Olsonn, lead voice from the Alan Parsons Live Project, returns to Argentina to bring the spirit of Pink Floyd to the iconic Gran Rex theatre.
When? Sunday March 25
Where? Argentine Polo Ground, Av. Del Libertador 4000.
A huge welcome party for students from all over the world, Es Tu Día is a chance for local and visiting young people to make friends while enjoying an incredible line-up of tango classes, traditional food, karaoke, slackline and more. The event is free, but you need to sign up in advance - don't miss out!
When? Until April 2 2018.
Where? Fundación Proa, Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929, La Boca.
Fundación Proa hosts Inoculación, a notable exhibition dedicated to the public pieces and social intervention of acclaimed Chinese artist and campaigner Ai Weiwei. The exhibition includes monumental installations, objects, photos and videos with a high political and social impact, offering a broad overview of Weiwei's most iconic pieces and his intense and prolific work as an artist.
The city offers all kinds of guided tours in English and Spanish. Explore the city on foot, by bike, by bus, running, rowing or even on electric scooters. Check out all the options for guided tours in Buenos Aires.
For more events, and to plan your itinerary, check out our Planner.