Your culture attendant: things to do in Buenos Aires

THURSDAY 20TH JUNE 2019
A THING TO DO THIS THURSDAY

in BUENOS AIRES
Price: Free
Time: 1 hour
One of BA's most prominent landmarks, the narrow-domed Palacio del Congreso building was begun in 1906. Discover its history with a free guided tour (in Spanish and English) this Thursday - they run at 12.30pm and 5pm from the entrance on Hipólito Yrigoyen 1849 - you'll need a passport or photo ID, and get there early as places are limited.
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BUENOS AIRES
34.61°S, 58.38°W

Sunrise: 08:00
Sunset: 17:49
Weather: sky is clear, 15°C max, 10°C min


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