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Approximately 13,100,000 people live in this part of Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires is, as you're surely aware, famous for Teatro Colon and Casa Rosada. You can't leave town without seeing the Obelisco and Plaza de Mayo either.
Everyone in the family is sure to enjoy a visit to Tierra Santa and Parque de la Costa. If that isn't enough to wear the little ones out, why not make the trip to the Museo de los Ninos and the Argentine Cinema Museum as well?
Take your littlest travellers to to the Buenos Aires Zoo or the Temaiken Biopark and watch their eyes fill with wonder! They can get face-to-face with some interesting animals and learn about the need to care for our environment while they're at it.
Challenge the roulette dealer at the Trilenium Casino. If you want more of the glimmering casino lights and lively atmosphere, then the Puerto Madero Casino ought to be your next stop.
You don't need to be a green thumb to be inspired by the lush garden beds at the Carlos Thays Botanic Garden and the Rose Garden.
Take a break from your busy sightseeing schedule and rollick in the cool grass at Plaza San Martin and the Japanese Garden. If you're after more options, stake out the best spot and let a few hours pass lazily by at Serrano Square or Barrancas de Belgrano.
The mix of splendid views and still water make Lago Epecuen and Buenos Aires Outdoors charming places to enjoy some time out.
Put on some comfy walking shoes and get set to go adventuring. There are a range of nature reserves in the surrounding area that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The clean, crisp air and natural surroundings at Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve and Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur are as invigorating as it gets. For those who haven't quite had their fill, Bosques de Palermo and Reserva Ecologica are two more worth checking out.
If you're looking to learn something new or even just escape a rainy day, the Cabildo and the Presidente Sarmiento Frigate Ship Museum ought to be on your itinerary. Enquire about group tours or study the exhibits in your own time. After more? Also head to the Police Museum and the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires.
Learn all about the seafaring past of the area while checking out the salt-encrusted tales and artefacts on display at the Museo Naval de la Nacion.
The impressive scientific artefacts and displays at Planetario Galileo Galilei and the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales are bound to get your mind buzzing. For even more from the realm of science, you should also consider the Museo Participativo de Ciencias. Be sure to enquire about any special exhibitions that might be on.
For a day of exploration, head to the Ethnographic Museum. Here you can learn about a variety of intriguing and bizarre objects.
With such a wide range of wonderful art collections to wander around, you might need a slight push in the right direction. We suggest grabbing a coffee and heading over to the Fundacion Proa or the Xul Solar Museum. If you need more artistic inspiration, also feast your eyes on the displays at the Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo and the National Museum of Fine Arts.
Travel back through time and learn about the events and people that have contributed to the growth of the Buenos Aires region at the Mitre Museum and the Argentine National Museum of History. For an even greater insight into the past, you might also like to check out the La Reconquista Museum and the Regional History Muesum Distric Ezeiza.
Would you like a glimpse into Buenos Aires' history? Plan an outing to the University of Buenos Aires and Argentine National Congress. If you're interested in knowing more, Torre de los Ingleses and the Banco de la Nacion Argentina should be next on the list.
Boca Bridge is a fixture of the landscape here. While some citizens may seem to take it for granted, most visitors leave impressed by this relic of of a different time.
If you'd like a glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous, a visit to Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes or Palacio Paz is sure to be of interest. Palacio de Aguas Corrientes and Palais de Glace Salas Nacionales de Cultura are a couple more impressive residences.
No matter your faith, Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral and Anglican Cathedral are great places to check in with your spiritual side. Basilica de Nuestra Senora de la Merced and the King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center are some other historically significant places of worship to add to your itinerary.
When you're travelling, it's sometimes the less well-known attractions that you'll remember once you've come back home. Some places which fit that bill in Buenos Aires are the National Library and the Naval Center. You'll also find plenty to keep you occupied at the Borges Cultural Center and Caminito Street Museum.