So, we’ve covered Romantic restaurants in Buenos Aires, but what’s a couple of love birds to do between meals? Worry not! We’ll take you through some romantic spots to visit during your trip to Buenos Aires.
Start out in Los Bosques de Palermo, one of the most popular parks in all of Buenos Aires. This area contains a little lake surrounding by shady trees, a running track and lots of people. To escape into the quiet, rent a paddleboat and work your way through the scenery with your honey. Afterwards, stop to smell the roses – no really, you should stop. There’s a gorgeous garden with over 12,000 rose bushes lining the paths.
After your fun in the sun, shuffle on down to El Ateneo, a beautiful theater turned bookstore. This once beautiful space was saved and renovated by the book store and boasts some amazing original features, like its mural painted dome ceiling, stage and even a few viewing boxes. The stage now holds the café and the boxes now offer quiet spaces for patrons to read, but you’ll have a hard time taking your eyes off the space to get much reading done here!
You knew it was coming, but it’s almost mandatory. The Teatro Colón is a world famous opera house that just must be visited. The entryway and hallways drip with opulence – chandeliers larger than some small cars, ceiling murals painted by masterful artists and architectural detail that signifies that old world elegance. It’s not bad on the ears either. Considered to be among the top 5 concert venues acoustically in the world, you’ll have the pitch perfect soundtrack to your romantic night out.
For a romantic day trip (or weekend) out, take a little jaunt to Tigre. About an hour by train from downtown, this small town acts as a little country respite from the big city. The big focus here is the series of rivers and canals that offer countless boat adventures. Take a small hour journey or make the whole day of it. You can even rent a little cabin on your private island, should you need a complete getaway. When you’re ready to inject a little culture into your visit, check out the Municipal Museum of Art – a gorgeous show of wealth built in 1912, complete with marble staircases, Venetian mirrors and French chandeliers.
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