A museum dedicated to Carlos Gardel, located in the legendary singer's former home
The resting place of famous tango musicians and other local celebrities.
Order a coffee at the city´s oldest cafe
Inaugurated in 1910, this palace of art originally housed an ice rink
Opened in 1876, the Hipódromo de Palermo was the city's first venue for horse racing
Famous venue associated with music, political rallies and Argentine boxing.
Close to Gardel's last home, this street is decorated with images of the singer's face.
The sculpture is located in the famous singer's home neighbourhood.
Discover "fileteado", Buenos Aires' iconic decorative art.