Location Hotel Esplendor Tango
Emblematic Buenos Aires cafeteria opened in 1858, full of history and culture. It used to be the meeting place for artists and personalities such as Jorge Luis Borges, Carlos Gardel, Federico García Lorca and Julio Cortazar.
Historical monument, icon of the city of Buenos Aires, on the famous 9 de Julio Avenue. Built in 1936, it is a must-see on your tour of downtown Buenos Aires.
Plaza de Mayo
Oldest square in Buenos Aires, scene of the most important political and cultural events in our history. From there you can see the Casa Rosada, the Cabildo and the Cathedral.
Imposing opera house inaugurated in 1908. Considered one of the most important lyrical halls in the world, it stands out for its acoustics and architecture. Guided tours can be made or attend plays.
Most modern neighborhood in Buenos Aires, located next to the Río de la Plata. It has impressive corporate skyscrapers, gourmet restaurants and bars and pleasant walks and trails to enjoy the afternoon.
Buquebus Ferry Station
With easy access from Esplendor Tango, the Buquebus terminal provides direct connection to the main destinations in Uruguay, such as Colonia, Montevideo and Punta del Este.
Exclusive neighborhood that stands out for its great historical and architectural interest. Here you can visit the Recoleta Cemetery, the National Museum of Fine Arts and walk through its squares and streets.
Fashionable neighborhood in Buenos Aires, a must-see for visiting its restaurants and bars, trendy shops and the Bosques de Palermo, the city's largest forest for outdoor activities.
Jorge Newbery Airport
Easily accessible from the Esplendor Tango hotel, Jorge Newbery Airport connects you with all destinations in Argentina.