You’re Going To Need More Than 36 Hours In Buenos Aires
Published on February 02, 2010
It is very possible to bike from Palermo to Recoleta as the barrios almost overlap. However, mind the drivers, they tend to be a little lead-footed!
Thanks for the post. Checking out that buenos aires bike tours site - is it possible to go bike from palermo to recoleta? How far are they?
Great article! Definitely soo much to see in Buenos Aires. As well all know, football (futbol,soccer) is the lifeblood of Argentine sports. Come out and play with locals and foreigners in a pick up game, asado, and a pint. Check out BAFA- Buenos Aires Futbol Amigos. http://www.fcbafa.com
There are more things to do in #Buenos_Aires than you think. All accessible on two wheels. http://www.bikingbuenosaires.com/
There are more things to do in Buenos Aires than you think. All accessible on two wheels. http://www.bikingbuenosaires.com/
Definitely check out The Buenos Aires Pub Crawl as well. It is a great way to check out a few bars and a club while meeting all kinds of people from all over the world. In one night you will cover a lot of ground in either San Telmo, Palermo, or Microcentro. It´s a Must see when it comes to BA Nightlife!
Check them out on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thebuenosairespubcrawl
Brit -- I'm so glad you mentioned Milión. I have to say, of almost everything I did down there, my dinner out at that restaurant was one of the highlights. For anyone else, if you go, make sure to get a seat outside in the garden for an amazing dinner and an unforgettable evening. (Although it's dinner in BA, which is kind of like breakfast because the day's just beginning.)