There are hundreds of activities to do in Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires and sometimes, the more options there are, the more difficult it is to make a decision. Theater, cinema, museum, shopping arcades, parks and more are some of the activities that Boys they adore and are ideal to perform in these Winter Break.
We Argentines find ourselves in an inflationary context, in which we do not know how much is expensive and how much is cheap, if imports continue to be “obstacled” due to the price of the blue dollar and, after all, if we reach the end of the month. But for those who have already bought the tickets and reserved the hotels, the concern passes to the prices of the activities.
One of the most wonderful and magical activities for the little ones is going to the movies. Whether you are going to see Jurassic World Dominio, Lightyear, Minions: A Villain Is Born or La gallina turuleca, ticket prices for 4 people are between $4,500 and $5,000 pesos. Although tickets for children between 2 and 12 years old cost $850, while general admission is $1,060, there are also promotions with some cards such as American Express, BBVA or Club La Nación.
Not all Boys they are apt to go to the movies, some just can’t sit still for an hour and a half of the movie and need something more interactive like theater. The Mini Beat Power Rockers return to the Ópera Orbis Seguros theater after being successful in the first half of the year. The work of the cartoon kids discovery made up of Wat, Carlos, Fuz and Myo and Dolores, it offers various locations with prices ranging from $1,500 to $3,000 pesos.
The Buenos Aires Theater Complex will be presenting a wide billboard for both adults and children at the San Martín Theater, the Ribera Theater and at the El Plata Cinema Theater. Here the values start at $700 and can reach up to $1,000 pesos.
After the cinema or the theater, the Boys they are always hungry and for them there is nothing better than a hamburger and fries. In the federal capital -as in the rest of the country- there are thousands of gastronomic establishments that sell hamburgers, but we all know that children always want two or three specific establishments since they come with toys. The happy meals are worth $900 pesos and the desserts -not included- start at $500 pesos.
Another infallible proposal to do in Buenos Aires is to go to the Children’s Museum. This place has several options for children to have fun for hours, they can play in the mini supermarket, in the bank, in the radio and television studio or in the dentist’s office. Tickets for minors cost $1,300, while those for adults cost $500 pesos.
If they are already in the Shopping in Abastothey can go through the games in Nerverland. If you have forgotten your card, you can buy a new pass for $2,100 pesos so that Boys enjoy a ride on the pirate ship, the ghost train and the other attractions.