Area Attractions

Buenos Aires is a dynamic, vibrant and cosmopolitan city. To experience Buenos Aires is to walk through its neighborhoods and the most iconic landmarks. Visit museums and fairs. Enjoy Argentine culinary experiences. Get passionate about tango. Discover the best things to do in Buenos Aires inside and outside the Hotel.

Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Avenida Alvear 1661
Buenos Aires, Argentina, C1014AAD

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Hotel Activities

Wine & Cheese Tasting

The Winery of Duhau Restaurante is the ideal place to taste the best Argentine wines, from Malbec to Torrontes, with our selection of more than 40 varieties of artisanal cheeses. Our Maitre fromager and sommelier will join you and personalize the experience.

Art Ambassador Program

The hotel houses an impressive collection of contemporary Ibero-American art. Our Art Ambassadors are available to assist you in a private tour of the collection through the Hotel facilities..

Paseo de las Artes Duhau

The hotel's art gallery presents five exhibitions of contemporary Argentinean art throughout the year. A curated selection of pictorial, photographic and sculptural artwork of renowned local artists.

Neighborhoods

San Telmo

One of the oldest neighborhoods, home to the Historic District of Buenos Aires and many "tanguerías" (a.k.a tango venues). Its cobblestone streets, the market of San Telmo and the Plaza Dorrego Antique's Fair bring back the splendor of the city of Buenos Aires.

Palermo

Considered the most avant-garde area of ​​Buenos Aires, with designer shops, fairs, restaurants and multicultural bars. It is one of the most extensive neighborhoods, with the most beautiful gardens and parks such as The Rosedal in the Bosques de Palermo

Puerto Madero

Located in the docks of the old port, it is the newest neighborhood of the city. High skyscrapers, bars and restaurants close to the river, a dynamic and modern area to explore.

Recoleta

The most elegant and sophisticated neighborhood is a residential area of ​​the city center. Renowned for its architecture, museums and fairs, it is a remarkable destination to discover the essence of Buenos Aires.

Iconic Spots

Casa Rosada

The emblematic Palace of Pink House is the seat of the Argentine national government and houses the president's office. Apart from exploring it on a guided tour, you may visit the Casa Rosada Museum, to get a taste of the history of Argentina, from colonial times to the present.

Floralis Genérica

The iconic sculpture, made of steel and aluminum, is located in the United Nations Park in Palermo. It was a gift to the city by the Argentine architect Eduardo Catalano, who designed it with a mechanism that makes the gigantic flower open every morning and close during sunset.

Recoleta's Cemetery

With more than 6400 uniquely designed graves and marble mausoleums, it is considered one of most unusual cemeteries in the world. Paying homage to a wide assortment of architectural styles and including the thomb of the nation's iconic first lady Eva Peron, the Recoleta Cemetery is a must to do in Buenos Aires.

Family Activities

Treasure Hunt in the City

Turn the city into a playground, with a treasure hunt designed by one of our DMCs. Buenos Aires' iconic landamarks such as the Obelisk or the Pink House mystriously unfold in an playful experience shared between kids and adults.

Prohibido no tocar

A museum of cience designed for kids focusing on experiential learning, conveniently located in Recoleta. Through games and interactive exhibits, kids and adults discover the mysteries of cience and technology.

Temaikén

An extense biopark one hour away from Buenos Aires, hosting native Argentine wildlife and also exotic and threatened species. An open zoo, with beautiful botanical gardens, an aquarium, a bird's park and interactive centers.

Planetario Galileo Galilei

An emblematic building, recently renovated, is the home to an institution disseminating astronomy. An interacting robot, a Virtual exploration to Mars and 4D simulators are some of the main attractions of the museum, located in the beautiful Palermo Parks.

Museums

MALBA: Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires

One of the most dynamic and interactive cultural spaces in the city, with temporary exhibitions, international collections, a film program and one of the most extensive collections of contemporary Latin American art.

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Considered one of the main museums of Latin America, the National Museum of Fine Arts preserves the greatest artistic heritage of Argentina, being the guardian of a legacy of more than 12,000 pieces..

Fundación PROA

PROA is a cultural center of contemporary art in the historic neighborhood of La Boca, with a program of temporary exhibitions, seminars, courses and concerts. It is an essential art point of reference of the city of Buenos Aires.

Museo de Arte Moderno

Since its creation, the Moderno has been a vanguard museum, house of the Argentine artists and a space dedicated to promote the last productions of all the artistic disciplines. Ideal to include in a tour through the neighborhood of San Telmo.

Markets & Fairs

San Telmo Flea Market

Nestled in Plaza Dorrego, in San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city, the fair takes place every Sunday. It is bustling with one of a kind antiques, from gramophones to art deco jewelry. The fair continues in the surroundings, on Defensa Street, where tango dancers perform on the streets.

Recoleta's Artisans Market

Located in Plaza Francia, only a few blocks from the Recoleta cemetery, the fair takes place every Saturday and Sunday. Handmade crafts by local artisans, including leather goods and ceramics. Street musicians, clowns and acrobats perform at the park, in a fair that gets bigger each year.

Feria de Plaza Serrano

Located in the heart of Palermo Soho, the fair of Plaza Serrano takes place during the weekends. Crafts and souvenirs are sold together with the creations of up and coming fashion designers, wooden toys and contemporary jewelry. The fair continues on the sidewalks of streets Honduras and Serrano.

Tanguerias & Milongas

Café Tortoni

A historic majestic building, founded in 1858, that remains as a meeting point for famous artists and scholars throughout its 160 years of existence. Only a few blocks from Plaza de Mayo, this traditional venue offers one of the best Tango Shows in town.

La Catedral

One of the most special milongas of Buenos Aires. The authentic atmosphere, a precious music selection and the talented local dancers make it a true tango experience. And ideal venue to take your first tango lesson.

Buenos Aires Tango Festival

The World Cup of Tango takes place every year in August in Buenos Aires. The city hosts the world's biggest tango event with free shows, milongas and the international most sensual dance contest.