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Events Guide Buenos

Hello there, and welcome to our Buenos Aires city guide. The cosmopolitan capital of Argentina - jewel of Latin America - is waiting for you!

From discussing the best event venues in Buenos Aires to talking about food and getting around, we’re leaving no stone unturned.

So let’s get to it. We hope you enjoy it. And if you need any help, just ask one of our local experts!

What Kind of Events in Buenos Aires Can I Host?

Well, as you almost certainly know, one kind of event Buenos Aires is famous for is a party! Yes, if you’re looking to let your hair down and celebrate, you’ll always have a good time in Argentina’s capital.

However, as you might also know, there is a lot more depth when it comes to events in Buenos Aires. For starters, it’s a Latin American cultural powerhouse, hosting renowned Shakespeare festivals, film festivals, and a fantastic fashion week!

Event Venues in Buenos Aires

The range of event venues in Buenos Aires is exciting, that’s for sure. They have it all, from grand palatial buildings from the 19th century to rustic colonial-era buildings decked out in colour, sleek glass skyscrapers, luxury beachside villas, and much more.

In short, whatever kind of venue in Buenos Aires you’re dreaming of, our team of local experts will help you find it. So just ask, and we’ll sort everything for you!

The Best Areas in Buenos Aires

When it comes to the areas in Buenos Aires, you have a wealth of different cultures and vibes to choose from. There’s a reason this city is so popular! But for the time being, our top areas pics for hosting your event in Buenos Aires are La Boca, Palermo Soho, and Puerto Madero.

So,La Boca. This is the area in Buenos Aires that is famous for its colour and multicultural vibe. Some say it’s the most photogenic spot in town, and we’d be hard-pressed to disagree! So come for the street art, cuisine, and historical cobblestones. In short, if you’re looking for a bit of local magic for your event in Buenos Aires, La Boca is waiting for you.

You’ll find Palermo Soho in the northeast of the city. It’s picturesque, fashionable, and very visitor friendly, with lots of students and backpackers staying here. If you’re looking for an event venue in Buenos Aires that is quaint and full of colour, you’ll find it here. Plus, the nightlife is incredible!

And the final area in Buenos Aires you need to check out is Puerto Madero. This is the trendy up-and-coming neighbourhood in the city. So get here before everyone else does! It’s famous for its former industrial buildings and gorgeous river views. So if you’re looking for a venue in Buenos Aires that has a little edge and nostalgia to it, then this is the place for you!

How to Get Around Buenos Aires

What Buenos Aires city guide would be complete without a section on how to get around? Well, thanks to the brilliant system of public transport in Buenos Aires, it’s very simple.

The best way to get around is by subway – or, as the locals call it, the subte. Six lines go all over the city. And best of all, it only costs $0.25 for a single journey!

Another preferred method of public transport in Buenos Aires is the bus. They’re known locally as colectivos or bondis. They’re the same price as the subway and have even more choices of routes, with 336 lines to choose from!

Another way to get around Buenos Aires is by taxi. However, be warned, there are scammers about looking to overcharge you. So only take a ride in the regulated black and yellow radio taxis. They’re metered, so you’ll get a fair price.

Food in Buenos Aires

Now, this is the part of our Buenos Aires city guide the foodies have been waiting for. It’s time to talk about the cuisine!

The rest of the world probably knows Argentinian cuisine as big cuts of steak with chimichurri, accompanied by hearty Malbec. However, there is so much more to explore. So here is a whirlwind tour of some of our favourites…

Argentinian Milanesa: The first bit of food in Buenos Aires you’ll want to try is Argentinian Milanese. Here we have thin cuts of beef, chicken, or veal covered with breadcrumbs. It’s then given a generous layer of tomato sauce and topped with melted mozzarella. And on the side, french fries!

Argentinian Empanadas: Empanadas are a staple across Latin America. However, in Buenos Aires, they have their own twist that just has to be sampled when you come to town!

Alfajores con Dulce de Leche: Alfajores are a national sweet that is incredibly moreish. They’re sweet biscuits made of cornstarch, glued together with a sweet caramel milk paste.

Facturas: The final suggestion on our bitesize guide to food in Buenos Aires is Facturas. These delights are basically Argentinian croissants only covered in sugar and stuffed with all sorts of stuff, from custards to jams.

And, of course, don’t forget to try a steak while you’re here!

The Weather in Buenos Aires

The weather in Buenos Aires is lovely. So whether you’re looking to sit on a terrace with a coffee, spend time at the beach, or have grand plans for an outdoor event in Buenos Aires, you’re going to have a good time! From October to April, you’ll have temperatures ranging from 22-29°C. These seasons are quite dry too. The weather in Buenos Aires is at its chilliest in June and July, but even then, it won’t dip below 8°C at night, while the days are still pleasant to be outside.

    • January
      • Average High: 29°C
      • Average Low: 21°C
      • Rain: 8 day
    • February
      • Average High: 28°C
      • Average Low: 20°C
      • Rain: 7 day
    • March
      • Average High: 26°C
      • Average Low: 18°C
      • Rain: 8 day
    • April
      • Average High: 22°C
      • Average Low: 15°C
      • Rain: 7 days
    • May
      • Average High: 19°C
      • Average Low: 12°C
      • Rain: 16 days
    • June
      • Average High: 16°C
      • Average Low: 9°C
      • Rain: 5 days
    • July
      • Average High: 15°C
      • Average Low: 8°C
      • Rain: 6 day
    • August
      • Average High: 17°C
      • Average Low: 10°C
      • Rain: 6 days
    • September
      • Average High: 18°C
      • Average Low: 11°C
      • Rain: 6 days
    • October
      • Average High: 22°C
      • Average Low: 14°C
      • Rain: 8 days
    • November
      • Average High: 25°C
      • Average Low: 17°C
      • Rain: 8 day
  • December
    • Average High: 28°C
    • Average Low: 19°C
    • Rain: 8 day
Wrapping up

Well, there you have it. We hope you enjoyed our Buenos Aires city guide. Now you can see why we love it so much. Plus, you’re ready to host an amazing event of your own. So whatever you’re planning, we’d love to hear about it!

And don’t forget, our local experts can help you find the perfect venue in Buenos Aires. Just ask!

FAQ for Event Venues in Buenos Aires

Venues in Buenos Aires usually vary in price between ARS 7,000 - 20,000 per hour. Naturally, this is always affected by the size, location, time, and extra services at hand.

Yes, you can book an event venue in Buenos Aires over several days. The maximum limit is set by the venue's availability. The minimum, however, is typically an hour.

There is no general rule when it comes to cancellations for venues in Buenos Aires. However, the general rule of thumb is that bookings less than 48hrs before are non-refundable.
Our event venues in Buenos Aires generally come with AV equipment, stationary, and drinks services as standard. For extras like catering and staffing, there might be further costs
When you’re dealing with us here at Spacehuntr, you can speak English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian and Dutch. And as for your event in Buenos Aires, you’ll find that a lot of the locals speak English too. Plus, we’ll have people in our team on the ground to help you out anyway!
Buenos Aires has been ranked the 3rd safest city in Latin America. It’s even considered safer than Los Angeles, Mexico City, and Brussels. However, it is still a large metropolitan city. So take care as you would anywhere else.
As well as being experts when it comes to venues in Buenos Aires, we’re also experts in event production. So anything else you need, from marketing to stage design, we can make your dreams come true!