Area Attractions

Stay at Park Hyatt and be close to all the wonderful things to do un Buenos Aires. The hotel offers its own set of things to do, including cultural and wellness activities. Within the hotel visit the impressive art gallery to view works by artists from Argentina and Latin America. Rejuvenate at Ahin Wel Buenos Aires offers lots of cultural attractions. Visit the impressive hotel to view works by artists from Argentina and Latin America. Rejuvenate at Ahín Wellness & Spa, a leading spa in Buenos Aires. There are plenty of Buenos Aires activities to keep you occupied while visiting us.


Nearby, enjoy things to do in Buenos Aires like shopping, street fairs, and more. Visit the most exclusive shopping in town with world renowned boutiques. Explore a variety of activities for you and your family.

Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Avenida Alvear 1661
Buenos Aires, Argentina, C1014AAD



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MALBA: Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art

Since its opening in 2001, MALBA has constantly pursued the enlargement of its local and Latin American art collection, dating from the beginning of the previous century to today. Frida Kahlo, Xul Solar, and Antonio Berni, among others, can be appreciated in the main room of this museum.

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes showcases pre-Columbian art, Middle Age triptychs, modern works, and everything in between. Explore temporary photography exhibits on the second floor, or visit the museum’s comprehensive Raquel Edelman library.

Fundación PROA

Fundación PROA is a cultural contemporary art center located in the traditional La Boca neighborhood, a port area in the southern part of the city that served as gateway to immigrants at the beginning of the 20th century. PROA opened its doors in 1996 and contributes to the city’s cultural program by staging international exhibitions.

National Museum of Fine Arts

This museum hosts a permanent collection of local 20th century art. On the first floor, you will find the Pre-Columbian Andean Art Room and the auditorium. The ground floor houses an international collection spanning from the Middle Ages to the previous century, along with a specialized art library.

Buenos Aires History

Teatro Colón

The Teatro Colón is the main opera house in Buenos Aires and is acoustically considered among the five best concert venues in the world. The current Teatro Colón replaced the original theatre that opened in 1857.

City Tours

Visit the most attractive areas of Buenos Aires, such as 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk, Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, La Boca, and Recoleta on this tour, which will introduce you to a wide array of Buenos Aires neighborhoods and points of interest. It is organized by a local tour company and lasts approximately three hours.

Evita Perón Tour

Contemporary Argentina cannot be understood without acknowledging the emergence of peronismo and its consequences. This tour visits the sites that explain the political and cultural conflicts that were brought about by the emergence of Juan D. Perón into the political arena. The tour focuses on Eva Duarte, her political performance, her tragic death, and the continuity of her myth today.

Private Tours

Private tours give you the opportunity to customize your sightseeing, choosing your own time and itinerary. Specialist guides will show you the highlights of the city and any special interest that you may have, such as art, architecture, design, and tango, among others. Private tours require a minimum length of three hours.


San Telmo Flea Market

Every Sunday, the traditional neighborhood of San Telmo opens its doors with a unique flea market located in the Plaza Dorrego. The market offers a wide variety of local crafts, antiques, and many other odds and ends, all in a unique tango environment.

Alvear Avenue

Alvear Avenue is famed for being the most exclusive street in Buenos Aires. This seven-block avenue is popular for shopping. Here, you will find international brands among local stores offering jewelry, leather goods, and polo items.

Florida Street

This pedestrian street starts at San Martín Square, and is the city’s most visited area for souvenirs and local products.

Santa Fe Avenue

Santa Fe Avenue is a modern street ideal for shopping, especially for leather goods, handmade items, clothes, and music. It is also famous for its nightlife, as well as the amazing bookstore “El Ateneo," the former Grand Splendid Theatre.

Buenos Aires Pastimes


Very few things so clearly define the porteño culture as tango, which dates back to the 19th century and was born on the shores of Buenos Aires. Its melodies, filled with immigrants’ nostalgia, mix habanera, Andalucian tango, Candombe, and milonga. You can enjoy tango at milongas (tango clubs), where local people meet to dance, and at tango shows.


Soccer is not just a sport in Buenos Aires; it is a passion for most people. We invite you to experience this passion at the most important games of the season, held from March to November.


Discover the best polo in the world right here in Argentina, where the players are known as some of the most skilled in the world. On a special polo tour, you will have the chance to see them in action, wander through pony lines, socialize with the players, and hear anecdotes and interesting information about the game.