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Family friendly travelling in Buenos Aires

Most popular areas in Buenos Aires for family-friendly hotels

Consider basing yourself in Microcentro for a hassle-free stay. Here, you’ll find an abundance of family-friendly hotels, all conveniently located within walking distance of major attractions, as well as shops and restaurants galore. San Telmo is an enchanting assault on the senses for young and old alike, with its bustling weekend markets, café-lined plazas, and first-rate accommodation to suit every budget. Palermo is another great choice for families, with lush green parks, modern shopping malls, great transport links and a friendly, laid-back vibe.

Top family-friendly hotels in Buenos Aires

The Regal Pacific Buenos Aires is the perfect spot for a luxurious family break, with a shimmering outdoor pool, spacious adjoining rooms, free infant beds and first-rate childcare services. The Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel offers all-weather indoor swimming, home comforts like flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, and a free breakfast buffet to set you up for a day’s sightseeing. The Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel is another firm family favorite, with an array of appealing dining options, friendly, multilingual staff and a tranquil poolside complete with bar and sun loungers, ideal for lazy days.

Where to find the best restaurants in Buenos Aires

Microcentro is where you’ll find Buenos’ Aires most diverse selection of restaurants, so even the fussiest of eaters are well catered-for here. Take your pick from American-style diners serving hamburgers and fries, or family-run Italian trattorias where you can feast on perennial favorites like thin-crust pizza and spaghetti Bolognese. Palermo boasts a number of enticing kid-friendly eateries with play areas. In San Telmo, you can feast on everything from filling and flavorsome empanadas and heavenly home-made ice cream, to divine alfajores – the wildly popular local dulce de leche cookie sandwiches.

The most popular things to do in Buenos Aires

Visitors of all ages will be enchanted by the dazzling, multi-colored houses of La Boca, the city’s most vibrant residential district. It’s also home to Caminito, an adorable alley packed with street performers, souvenir stores and irresistible ice cream parlors. The Parque de los Niños is one of Buenos Aires’ top family-friendly parks, complete with colorful playgrounds, sports equipment and its very own beach. It’s not to be confused with the Museo de los Niños, a sensational indoor attraction where kids can lose themselves in an immersive world of role play, trying their hands at a host of grown-up professions and activities. For a fun-packed day trip, consider a visit to Parque de la Costa, located around 30 minutes by car from the city center. Here, you’ll find hair-raising rollercoasters, old-school carnival rides and an enchanting musical fountain.

Best ways to get around Buenos Aires

Getting around Buenos Aires is generally easy and inexpensive, even if you have a troop of little ones to oversee. Many of the major sights are within walking distance of one another, and the city’s grid layout ensures that it’s always easy to navigate. If your feet start to get weary, the Subte metro network is an efficient way to hop around. Fares are cheap, but you’ll need to buy a pre-paid SUBE card, available from vendors across the city, before you ride. Metered taxis are also cheaper than in many other major cities.

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