Welcome to Buenos Aires!
- Ezeiza International Airport
- Tortoni Coffee
- Luna Park Theatre
- Colon Theatre
- Corrientes Avenue
- Florida Peatonal Street
- Gran Rex Theatre
- La Boca
- Plaza de Mayo
- Puerto Madero
- San Telmo
- National Museum of Fine Arts
- El Palacio de la Papa Frita Restaurant
- La Caballeriza Barbecue Restaurant
- Los Inmortales Pizza
- Galerias Pacifico Shopping Mall
- Patio Bullrich Shopping Mall
How To Get Here
Welcome to Buenos Aires—the largest cosmopolitan city in Latin America—rightfully so, due to its varied commercial, financial, cultural and entertainment options.
The whole world is represented along its streets—in renowned international designer boutiques, fine dining venues, museums, cultural centers, and modern theatres and cinemas.
Buenos Aires features elegant avenues like Santa Fe, Alvear, and Corrientes and beautiful urban parks in the Palermo neighborhood. The luxurious riverside area of Puerto Madero also features artistic sites, including Las Nereidas, the famous sculpture by celebrated Lola Mora. The Colón Theatre and the National Museum of Fine Arts testify to the city's cultural wealth.
Buenos Aires has a well-defined personality of its own. Tango, its urban music, is a distinguishing characteristic of the city. There are numerous neighborhoods—La Boca, San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo, and Puerto Madero—where European influence is evident in exquisite architectural testimonies offering attractions of interest to visitors.
From our vantage point in the very heart of Argentina’s sizzling capital, the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel puts you in the center of all the action. We’re just a short walk from the corporate offices of such major companies as Mitsubishi, IBM, American Express and many international consulates, as well as after-hours diversions including shopping, fine dining and cultural pursuits.