Music, art and design, and plenty to eat! Just a few of the highlights of a cultural week in Buenos Aires.
When? Monday October 7 to Sunday October 13.
Where? Centro Metropolitano del Diseño, Algarrobo 1041.
The perfect chance to discover the best of Porteño design. With the participation of academic institutions, professionals, companies and residents, the event offers free activities based around design in all its facets.
When? Monday September 23 until October 13.
Where? Various restaurants.
Not only one week, but two! Take advantage of the chance to try food from 45 of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires during this fortnight of promotional 3-course menus. Participating restaurants are offering special prices for a fixed menu of starter, main course and dessert for lunch and dinner, accompanied by a welcome Aperol spritz. Enjoy!
When? Until December 30. Closed Tuesdays.
Where? Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art. Av. San Juan 350.
Andrés Aizicovich is an artist-inventor who creates technologies that modify material and poetic conditions. In a new installation designed especially for the Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art, he proposes contact with extraterrestrial life, with our ancestors and even with dimensions of our own conscience through which we can find new keys to help us live together in harmony. Explore this ambitious proposal only here in Buenos Aires.
When? Friday October 11 at 8pm.
Where? CCK, Sarmiento 151.
As part of the Colón in the City programme, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic offers a free concert at the huge CCK cultural centre, conducted by Nicolas Rauss and with a clarinet solo from Mariano Rey. Tickets can be collected from the CCK from Tuesday October 8.
When? Every weekend.
Where? Various "bares notables".
Enjoy live music at some of the city's most historic and atmospheric cafes and bars, the listed bares notables. This Friday October 11 at 8.00pm catch popular Argentine and Uruguayan music from María Roldán and Ariel Argañaraz at Mar Azul (Tucumán 1700) , while on Saturday at 6.30pm, Beto Caletti and Mishka Adams perform at Barbaro (Tres Sargentos 415). Entry is free.
The city offers all kinds of guided tours in English and Spanish. Explore the city on foot, by bike, by bus, 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.