Buenos Aires City Vacation Home Rentals

On your next trip, consider a Buenos Aires City vacation home rental for your accommodations. There are 1 vacation homes in Buenos Aires City resorts. Vacation home rentals are generally appealing for many reasons. Some of the foremost being cost savings, more space, and no tips or service charges that are associated with hotel rooms. Vacation rental homes have kitchens for cooking, living rooms for gathering together and offer the appeal of living in a real neighborhood and soaking up the rhythm of the locals.

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  • Beautiful Duplex in

    Buenos Aires City: Palermo Buenos Aires: Duplex
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 2
    • #206108
    avg $130 USD/night  
    Located in the city of Buenos Aires’ charming Palermo Hollywood you will find this contemporary, luminous open duplex apartment. Within a few blocks are the wonderful restaurants, fantastic boutiques and the fabulous Plaza Serrano weekend fair. Local coffee shops, pubs, and other specialty stores are all here just a few steps from the tower. Spend the day at the famous Palermo Lakes, stroll along the main street and grab a bite to eat, or stay at home and curl up on the couch to watch a movie as the sun goes down. Whatever you choose to do with your day, this location is a great place to call home.
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  • Only 5 Rooms to Give you

    Ceibas: Cottage
    • 5 BDR
    • 0 BA
    • Sleeps 10
    • #209262
    avg $480 USD/night Paypal
    Rio las Aves is a modern country house situated in a middle of nature, surrounded by lakes, vegetation, rivers, animals and thousands of birds. Which features rooms with private baths, a huge living room with sofas and a stove with natural logs, bar drinks and a big barbecue to enjoy the typical Criollo BBQ. The lodge provides careful personal service, Wi-Fi Internet, cell phone service and easy access all year round. Barbecues in the ranch's grill are prepared by the estancia's cook with the finest Argentinean beef, always served with Argentinean quality wine. Game appetizers and home made organic food based in products of the ranch complete the menu of the lodge. We are located on Ruta Nacional No.14 (direction to Gualeguaychu, Entre Rios) Km. 14. It is 2 hours from Buenos Aires city, near of the small town called "Ceibas".
  • Lake Front Home Minutes

    Bariloche: House
    • 5 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 9
    • #68818
    avg $390 USD/night Credit Card Star Rating
    Our home away from home. We have taken every care to ensure that your stay is relaxing. Living area has an open wood fire place. Large screen CABLE-TV (English/Spanish programs/movies). Dining room sits 8 with spectacular views of the lake and mountains with large windows. Staircase has child safety barriers at the top and bottom. Laundry has washing machine and dryer. The house is on a huge block on the lake with it own beach. Very private with large grass areas and own forest.
  • Guest House and Home!

    Bariloche: Home
    • 3 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #56817
    avg $283 USD/night Credit Card Paypal
    The house is in a fantastic, quiet location on the "Circuito Chico" near the Llao Llao peninsula. 3 bedroom log home, plus adjacent 1 bedroom guest house, just outside Bariloche, Argentina and only 10 miles from some of the best skiing in South America. The home is in the Valle del Sol on Lago Moreno Oeste with a sand beach and fantastic swimming and fishing in the summer. For the winter, only 10 miles from the Bariloche ski area. Sleeps 8 with guest house There are four buildings on the property. The main house has a great room on the first floor, and 3 bedrooms upstairs. There is a separate guesthouse with one bedroom, a small sitting room, a kitchenette, and a washer/dryer. The third building is an unheated storage building in which the owner's personal property is maintained and is not normally available to short-term guests. The fourth building is a small workshop for the use of the owner and the gardener.
  • Amazing house in a 7

    Bariloche: Villa
    • 5 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 10
    • #117333
    avg $212 USD/night Paypal
    This magnificent and exclusive particular property is located in the beautiful places of Swiss Colony, 20 km away from San Carlos de Bariloche. Located to borders of the Moreno Lake, in a land of 7 hectares of imposing woods and gorgeous landscape, in a protected and quiet micro climate readily vehicle access. It was designed and constructed in 1942 by Max and Linda Rautenstrauch, pioneers of the region and founders of the “Bariloche Musical Camping”. This is a beautiful example of the Tirolean architecture, conjugating comfort and style of subtle, different and unique way.
  • Beautiful House in

    Bariloche: House
    • 4 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #118242
    avg $197 USD/night Pet Friendly
    Imagine yourself living surrounded by many different bird species and magnificent lake views while you enjoy the best Argentinian wine and food next to the fireplace. A typical mountain style home, with breathtaking views of the Nahuel Huapi lake and surrounding mountains. . The 140 sq metre construction has 4 bedrooms sleeps up to 7 people and has a separate maid’s quarters. Two bedrooms are upstairs and the other two with easy access for handicapped people. It´s built with wood and stone and has a distinctive mountain lodge atmosphere. There is a satellite TV, DVD and High Speed Internet for entertainment. The kitchen is fully equipped as well as the rest of the house. Maid and cooking services can be provided if required, by separate agreement at an additional charge.
  • Log House with Private

    Bariloche: House
    • 4 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 9
    • #118310
    avg $276 USD/night Pet Friendly
    4 Bedroom log house with magnificent lake and mountain views. It is built 5 meters from the shore of an incredible sand beach by a quiet lake and next to a small river. You can use the one hectare park exclusively and interact with nature at its best. The house provides all the comfort you need on your vacations. You will be able to go fishing all year long and swimming in summer. If you prefer skiing you can find the best ski resort in South America only 10 minutes away. Enjoy incredible sunrises and moonlighting in hot summer nights and magical winter snowed ones.
  • A Place in the Mountains

    Bariloche: Lago Gutierrez: Cabin
    • 2 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #208661
    avg $92 USD/night  
    In a small lake side village, Villa Los Coihues, only 12kms from Bariloche, this beautiful wooden cabin is the perfect place to relax and enjoy your mountan holiday. It has a large secluded garden full of trees and native plants. Downstairs is open plan with a large kitchen and living room with a bathroom downstairs. Upstairs there are two bright bedrooms, one witha double bed and the other with two singles. My cabin has a nice living-room with a comfortable sofa where yopu can watch cable television, service of WI FI . It has a fully equipped kitchen and a lovely area outside to cook delicious barbecues. The Gutierrez Lake is 10 blocks away where you can camp or swim or drink a locally brewed beer in a small lake front pub. There are plenty of car hire companies in Bariloche howeverthere is good frequent public transport to the village. And the bus is only 6 blocks from my house.
  • Great Villa Inside

    Tunuyan: Villa
    • 4 BDR
    • 4 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #201944
    avg $550 USD/night Pet Friendly
    The Villa is located inside the most popular wine region of Mendoza ( UCO VALLEY), near the most importants wineries of Argentina. We offers you 4 bedrooms totally furnished, Internet broadband , TV 32" HD, 4 bathrooms, and all the amenities you need to spend a great time in your journey! It has and incredible gallery to enjoy sunrise having breakfast and sunset drinking some good wine looking at the mountain. We provide breakfast every morning and daily cleaning is included in the rates. Valley de Uco is a viticulture region southwest of Mendoza City in Argentina. It is widely considered one of the top wine regions in Mendoza, and all of Argentina. The average temperature is 14ºC and altitudes range from 900 meters to 1,200 meters above sea level. The combination of high elevation, alluvial soils, irrigation sourced from the Andes Mountains, a long growing season ~ over 250 sunny days a year, little rain and vast temperature differences between day and night are all conducive to growing quality wine grapes. These climate and geography elements come together to provide excellent fruit ripening and concentration, developing colours, aromas, flavors and textures resulting in wines that are deep in colour, intense in aromas and rich in flavors. We speak Spanish, English and French.
  • Patagonia - Charming House

    Bariloche: House
    • 4 BDR
    • 5 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #208515
    avg $250 USD/night Paypal Pet Friendly
    Great location, quiet, cozy. Be prepared to enjoy the most beautiful views (and fish) in the many lakes nearby. Feel at home in this 3300 sq ft fully furnished house ready for 8. Very easy house to drive to only 200 m from paved driveway. We also offer our car, so no need to rent one. Only 5 minutes from the grocery store, restaurants and other attractions. Only 25 minutes from Cerro Catedral ski resort and golf courses. If you want a quiet place to relax and enjoy the birds singing, but yet be convenient to attractions, stores, etc., then this is the house for you. The kids will enjoy the game room with the air hockey, ping-pong, board games , 3D 47" TV and the Playstation 3. The jacuzzi bathtub/shower in the main bathroom is relaxing, as well. The kitchen is fully stocked with utensils, dishes, pot and pans and is ready to prepare a meal. The charcoal grill in the "quincho" is ready for hamburgers or the best argentine steaks. The log fireplace adds to the warmth of the living room. We strive to keep the cabin clean and comfortable for all guests. The house is located convenient to numerous attractions and not far away from lakes and rivers where you will enjoy fishing, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, etc. Fishing season opens november 1st and lasts for 6 months!
  • Community

    Bariloche: Arelauquen Golf And Country Club: Chalet
    • 3 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #112860
    avg $190 USD/night  
    The house is located within Arelauquen Golf and Country Club, which has several activities and amenities including: Club House with indoor/outdoor pool, playroom, restaurant, home theater room and gym. Golf course with 18 holes near the house, trekking trail, mountain bike trail, horse riding, polo courts (3) children's playground, soccer field, Catholic church, a Lodge hotel with 23 rooms, heliskiing, marina by Gutierrez lake (less than 1 mile) and the complex is located 15 min by car from world class ski resort Cerro Catedral.
  • Lake Front Cottage. Great

    Bariloche: Lago Gutierrez: Cottage
    • 3 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #201366
    avg $225 USD/night Paypal Star Rating
    Our cottage is Located in Nahuel Huapi National Park with breathtaking views and private access to the Gutierrez Lake. Surrounded by a native forest of Coihues and Cipreces it is the perfect combination of seclusion and convenience; a wonderful place to relax by the lake with nobody else in sight, and yet minutes away from the airport, Cathedral ski resort, and Bariloche city with very good restaurants and great places to visit. All rooms have wonderful views of the lake and mountains, it is on the sunny coast of the lake, so although you are surrounded by a forest, there is plenty of sun. The setting is wonderful and the location is very accesible to explore the Park and make lots of day trips and activities.
  • Bariloche Mountain Cottage

    Bariloche: House
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #143602
    avg $225 USD/night  
    - Catedral ski area whithin 15' drive - Backcountry skiing within 15' drive - Central location in relation to ski area, Llao-llao and downtown - Home located in a 118,000 sq ft property, enhanced privacy, with only one other 260sq. ft. house - Sourrounded by native species of trees and the eyecatching mountains - Walking access to wilderness, for running, cycling, fishing and paddling - Public Transportation within 200 yards - Public lake beach within 15' walking distance Cerro Catedral ski resort Tres Reyes peak Bellavista peak Goye peak Lopez Peak Capilla Peak Patagonian dramatic sunset
  • Lovely House in Buenos

    Del Viso: Argentino Golf Club: Home
    • 3 BDR
    • 5 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #210629
    avg $250 USD/night Paypal
    This is a House to enjoy and relax!!! Away from Buenos Aires such a busy town... Stroll in this safe neighborhood... Ride a bicycle, jog. Have a swim in the pool, relax and sunbath by the pool... This house was built to enjoy. Please do so!!!

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Buenos Aires City News and Events

Buenos Aires Annual Events

Buenos Aires Tango Festival (February/March)
In late February and early March more than 150 performers gather to give nearly 100 free shows and concerts at this festival also featuring finals of the Metropolitan Ballroom Tango Championship.

Marathon For Women (April)
Popular among fitness buffs, this annual marathon coincides with the March International Women's Day.

Anniversary of Carlos Gardels Death (June)
A week of tango marks the anniversary of the famed tango vocalists death.

FIA World Rally Championship (July)
The Argentine leg of the World Rally Championship, with some of the roughest terrain on the circuit, attracts more than a million spectators each year.

Snow Carnival (August)
August brings an exodus from the city to prime Argentine ski resorts, and one highlight of the new season is Snow Carnival, with torch lit ski parades, ski-jumping and other contests, plus coronation of the snow queen.

World Tango Festival (October)
A week-long tango celebration features nightly performances along with workshops taught by the masters.

Argentine Open Championship (November- December)
Polo fans flock to the world-class Argentine Open Championship, running late November through early December.

National Tango Day (December)
Tango reigns on the Dec. 11 birthday of tango great Carlos Gardel, packed with related events.

Polo Argentine Open (December)
As the worlds fifth oldest polo competition, this tournament first played in 1893 is a highlight of the polo circuit, unfolding at Camp Argentino de Polo en Palermo.

20 great things to do in Buenos Aires
by Time Out editors and Sulakshana Gupter

1. Become a Boca fan
Ole, ole ole, ole. The most thrilling and visceral experience of any visit to Buenos Aires is probably donning a fluffy blue and yellow hat and bouncing along with the tribal fanatics of Maradona's beloved team. The intoxicating display of the leaping and singing multitude is often more exciting than the game on the pitch. There is no more intense encounter than Boca Juniors playing their rivals River Plate. But any visit to Boca Juniors' intimate Bombonera stadium will be an adventure that you'll never forget. A word of warning, hang on to your wallet!

2. Eat intestines and even more glands
Possibly even a more essential cut than the wonderful steak is the offal. The chorizo and morcilla (black pudding) will usually be accompanied by crispy chinchulines (chitterling), briny riñon (liver) and the truly delectable molleja (sweetbread). As they arrive on your plate, you could be forgiven for a wobble at the sight of their biological appearance. But if you persist, you'll be treated to a quintessentially Argentinian feast. Don't forget your camera - it will be great for grossing out your friends when you get home. You can try them at La Brigada.

3. Frolic in a love hotel
Not quite as seedy as they sound, telos, as they are known in Buenos Aires slang, are rented by the hour and offer as much fun as you can have, well, with your clothes off. When you check into one of these albergue transitorios, identified by neon lights and a token shrub outside the door to offer the pretence of anonymity, you and a loved one can enjoy a couple of hours frolicking on water beds under mirrored ceilings, in all manner of themed rooms. Head to Rampa Car.

4. Tour the eye of the Tigre
Forty-five minutes from the noise and smog of downtown is an almost unspoilt subtropical delta full of densely forested islands and shining waterways. Hop on to a river bus and enjoy a boozy picnic. See www.tigre.gov.ar.

5. Witness the social coming of Christ
No, honestly. Every half hour on the quarter hour, a 20-metre plastic Jesus rises from the earth (also made out of plastic) at the wonderfully surreal Tierra Santa, the world's first religious theme park (www.tierrasanta-bsas.com.ar).

6. Get lost among the dead
Losing yourself in a labyrinth of tombs and mausoleums might sound like an Edgar Allen Poe short story. But Cementerio de la Recoleta, a remarkable necropolis in one of BA's most exclusive areas, is the final resting place of the good, the bad and the beautiful people of Argentina's past. When you find the crowd, you have found Evita's ghostly flower-strewn monument.

7. Dine in style
Brunch at this super-chilled Scandinavian Olsen restaurant is probably the best in the city. For those really suffering there is an ample vodka menu for hair of the dog remedies. Opulent and expensive, high tea at the Alvear Palace Hotel offers a glimpse into BA's past wealth and grandeur.

Blow the budget at El Bistro, possibly BA's most exciting restaurant, within the remarkable Faena Hotel + Universe. Headed by Mariano Cid de la Paza, a protégé of star Spanish chef Ferrán Adriá, the menu is as singular as the Philippe Starck-designed interior. Inspired by molecular gastronomy, 'spherifications' of olives and 'foams' of lettuce appear. Think of a Spanish omelette served in a martini glass.

8. Mind your toes at a milonga
The spirit of tango oozes from every corner of Buenos Aires. Milongas (tango nights) blend the familiarity of a social club with the elegance of a 1930s ballroom dance. Etiquette is king at venues such as La Calesita: men and women are seated on either sides and procuring a partner involves an intricate code of subtle nods and eyebrow twitches. The traditional milongas attract the older crowd, but several welcome novices: visit Tango Cool, La Viruta and La Marshall.

9. Snack on coffee and medialuna
In Buenos Aires, you should drink a cup of freshly roasted coffee with a crispy medialuna (Argentinian croissant). A splendid place to bite into one is the Café Tortoni, the city's most traditional café. Founded in 1858, it has doubled as both a bohemian and literary joint over the years. The best part is that it hasn't lost any charm, despite the throngs of tourists that hover around.

10. Drink until the early hours
One of the kings of the bar scene is Gran Bar Danzón. Although the food is great, crawlers rarely look beyond the drinks menu. The cocktails are ingenious and the vast wine list is mostly available by the glass. If that booze isn't enough for you, then browse through the Park Hyatt's vinoteca (wine bar), which is home to over 3,000 bottles of Argentinean reds and whites.

11. Have a picnic and go bird watching
With over 200 species of birds, scuttling iguanas as well as joggers and cyclists, the Reserva Ecólogica Constanera Sur is a multi-purpose green space. In this nature reserve, four lakes, giant pampas grass, willows and shrubs create a lush habitat for local wildlife, as well as keen exercisers. Here, you can join around 15,000 visitors who descend here to picnic and enjoy a spot of bird watching in peace. Moonlight tours are organised once in a while, but make sure that you book ahead of time.

12. Marvel at South American modern masters
You can't leave Buenos Aires without a trip to Malba: Colección Costantini, where works by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Tarsila do Amaral share the walls with lesser-known Argentinean modern masters. There is an excellent café and terrace restaurant, plus a small cinema specialising in art house retrospectives.

13. D is for dulce de leche
The milky caramel syrup is the flavour of the city. You'll find it in sweet delights, ranging from cakes and bonbons to ice cream and crepes. We recommend trying dulce de leche in torta rogel, a crispy cake with layers of soft meringue at the upscale bakery-café Como en Casa; taking a light bite of some alfajores (round biscuits) at Florencio; or eating a filling flan at the cantina on Chico.

14. Pay homage to Evita
It's hard not to think of Evita when visiting the presidential palace, Casa Rosada. Check out the balcony on which the Peróns spoke to the people and the spot where Madonna belted out her famous Argentina ballad in the film Evita. Then head to the Museo Evita, housed in an aristocratic residence that Peron expropriated to convert into a women's shelter for his wife's welfare agency. Gaze at paintings and posters, as well as fabulous outfits (and jewellery) that she wore on tours of Europe.

15. Go relic hunting on San Telmo
You may hear that San Telmo is dirty, run-down and unsafe (mainly at night). But don't let that stop you from looking for hidden gems on San Telmo's main drag, the Calle Defensa. Here, you can find antiques in the shops tucked away around every corner, many at bargain prices. To step back in time, visit the lovely Pasaje de la Defensa, a refurbished 1880 house spilling over with bric-a-brac stores. Alternatively, take a trip to El Zanjón de Granados, a beautifully restored residence, which encapsulates three centuries of urban living.

16. Pick up classic souvenirs
Once you've tanned, tangoed and drunk yourself silly, then it's time to go home. So don't forget to take a few souvenirs with you. Find a cool mate set for your morning coffee at the shop Estudio MW and a polo shirt from La Martina. Fill your cellar with traditional Malbec wine from any supermarket and if you're a collector of curios, a gaucho knife set is a must-buy from the stalls at Feria de Mataderos.

17. See a polo match in Palermo
Long regarded as a sport for the elite and possibly the world's oldest sport, polo has made Argentina famous. The sport is played in Buenos Aires between September and November. The latter is the golden month when the Abierto Argentino de Palermo (Argentinean Open) takes place at the magnificent 16,000-capacity Campo Argentino de Polo. Beginners and experienced players can have lessons: El Rincon de Polo club is probably the best choice of school.

18. Tango, tango and yet more tango!
Carlos Gardel was to tango what Elvis was to rock 'n' roll. He is probably the most prominent figure in the history of ballroom dance. A new house museum, the Museo Casa Carlos Gardel, celebrates his legendary years in Buenos Aires, and you can pay your respects to him at the Cementerio la Chacarita. If you want to give tango a whirl, head to the Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso, a serious venue in which respected artists perform regularly. If you prefer to dip and swirl members of the same sex, then the gay milongas are the place to be. La Marshall and Tango Entre Muchachos are excellent venues for queer tango.

19. Groove to South America's best DJs
Blend in with the hippest people in the city at the Niceto Club, undoubtedly one of the city's trendsetting nightspots. Traditional South American styles and rhythms mix with electronica, driving the crowd absolutely wild. Don't miss Wednesday's underground party Zizek, one of the best nights in town.

20. Turn fashion conscious in Palermo Viejo
While international designers are always popular, local couturiers command top peso these days. At the Palermo Viejo, you can discover funky boutiques that stock the latest fashions. Consider Cecilia Gadea's romantic range, inspired by ocean waves, or the willowy bohemian look of Mariana Dappiano. Sift through Maria Cher's eclectic collection of cocktail dresses and enter a world of fantasy when you gaze at Martin Churba's experimental prints.
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