what to do in Buenos Aires

Time travellers: a day on the tram

For 100 years, the tram was a means of urban transportation in Buenos Aires, but in 1963 it stopped working. Today, 25-minute walks are offered through the neighborhood of wheelie during the weekends. The service is free and without reservationdetails La Nación in a report.

During the winter holidays, in addition, there will be a series of special events. For example, tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. it will leave from Av. Rivadavia and Emilio Miter a guided tram tour of the Caballito neighborhood that will end at Centenera Heritage Space to learn about the history of the Buenos Aires subway. This activity requires prior registration and is recommended for children between 4 and 14 years old.

Palace of Running Waters

during the winter holidays AySA will open the doors of the Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes, in Riobamba 750to enjoy educational, recreational and artistic activities as a family.

From July 18 to 30, you can attend a special schedule of shows and workshops for free that will focus on the value of water and caring for the planet. Access to the shows is free and for the workshops prior registration is required by sending an email to programaculturalyeducativo@aysa.com.ar.

Japanese garden

The Japanese Garden, located in Av. Casares and Av. Figueroa Alcortawill invite families to come between Tuesday, July 12 and Sunday, July 31, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., to carry out different activities in the sector of the kyoto tent.

There will be origami folding tables and materials for each child to color their koinoboria cylindrical kite in the shape of a Koi fish. In addition, the boys will be able to learn the vowels in Japanese and other free games.

“We are going to have many proposals focused on origami because we are in the campaign “A million origamis for a better Argentina”. We want everyone to fold origami because it is good for your health, improves motor skills, concentration, memory and allows you to cultivate patience, which are values ​​that we are greatly in need of today,” he said. Sergio Mishagispokesman for the Japanese Garden.

In addition, on Sundays July 17, 24 and 31 at 3 p.m. there will be demonstrations of aikido, judo and karate respectively.

Tickets are free for those under 12 years old, over 65 years old and people with a certificate of disability, while general admission costs $416. For more information, go to www.jardinjapones.org.ar or call 4804-9141.

Explorers for a day: visit to La Noria site

The archaeological site La NoriaWith about 800 years of history, it stands out for being the oldest in our city. In successive excavations directed by the doctor in archeology Ulysses WayTraces of a human settlement were discovered along with remains of ceramics and bones of animals used for food, where the influence of the deer and the rhea is observed. Already in the 20’s and 30’s, carlos rusconia tireless naturalist in the city, he had discovered not only archaeological remains but also dozens of remains of mammals that lived in the remote past.

The City Government organized a guided tour recommended for children from 4 to 14 years to be held on Tuesday, July 19, at 3:00 p.m. Av. Gral. Paz 11750. Admission is free, but requires prior registration.

tour of the parks

The neighborhood of Palermo offers four parks to enjoy with children in the winter break 2022: in addition to the Japanese Garden, variants are offered such as the Botanical Garden, the Ecopark and the forests of Palermo. Each of these spaces has its singularities.

The Botanical Garden also has proposals for guided tours and educational talks, as well as activities designed for little explorers. Admission is free. Visiting hours are from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Holidays, Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., contributes ipprofesional.

The Ecopark is also a good proposal for the 2022 winter holidays, located next to the Botanical Garden. Admission is free and animals such as flamingos, maras, peacocks, monkeys and camels can be seen live. There are special, educational, fun visits for families, etc. Visiting hours: Wednesday to Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Woods of Palermo, in Parque Tres de Febrerohas a complete proposal to spend the afternoon with children from an early age during the winter holidays 2022. Walks around the lake, bike or roller rental, visits to the Sívori museum (ideal for those who like drawing and color) , the sculptures of the rose garden and the snacks of the Los Arcos complex turn this outing into a day dedicated to enjoying with the family.

art factory

It offers activities for boys and girls of different ages during the winter holidays 2022.

From 0 to 3 years, there are options like iUpiiiiithe first cultural space for early childhood in CABA. Another option is a Mini concert by Ruedalaola, a musical for 0 to 3 years old, just like Contás con Vicky! Talkative, chiribín, chin, chin!, a game and humor experience; o Get closer to the fire!,, all for small children.

For children from 4 to 7 years old, a continuous workshop is offered to create small universes of fantasy and play during the winter holidays 2022, using just one box; Play for rights, a space dedicated to the construction and promotion of children’s rights and Dinamita Clown + Circo Reciclado, an experience of games and humor.

“Baficito”, a very familiar plan

The San Martín Cultural Center scheduled for the winter holidays 2022 the screening of Argentine films for children. The youngest will be able to enjoy feature films such as “El Universo de Clarita” or “El Gigante Egoísta”, among others.

In addition, “Baficito”, the children’s section of the iconic Buenos Aires film festival, presents an unmissable program with seven works from seven countries between shorts and feature films: “Icarus ant the Minotaur” by Carlo Vogele; Lou Rigoudy’s “Nounours”; Mascha Halberstad’s “Oink”; “Tarsilinha”, by Celia Catunda and Kiko Mistrorigo; “A bag found love and lost it in a corner”, by Felipe Infante; “Best Birthday Ever”, by Michael Ekblad and “Les Voisins de mes voisins sont mes voisins”, by Anne-Laure Daffis and Léo Marchand.

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