Apartments in Buenos Aires Friendly Rentals offers you an extensive range of apartments in Buenos Aires. If you are looking for accommodation in the Argentinean capital for your next business trip or family holidays we can help you find an apartment to suit your needs. The city of Buenos Aires with its mixture of architectural styles: art deco, art nouveau and Spanish Baroque, offers all kinds of options to enjoy a unique vacation in the Paris of America. Theatre , tango, colourful houses, football, skyscrapers, antiques, urban art and much more are just some of the gifts the Argentine capital present to you, a city which will captivate you and leave you wanting more. What better way to experience it all than from the comfort of your own apartment in Buenos Aires. If you are looking for apartments in the centre of Buenos Aires we can hep you. At Friendly Rentals we offer a wide range of fully equipped apartments in Buenos Aires, WiFi, kitchen, washing machine and many other features to make you feel at home. We have cosy apartments for romantic weekend getaways and larger apartments for groups and families. From your apartment in Buenos Aires you can explore the city’s neighbourhoods: San Telmo, Palermo, Recoleta, Puerto Madero…all of them with a story to tell. You can discover the artistic and intellectual activities of the city: go to a theatre in Corrientes Street, dance the tango in San Telmo, wander the old part of the city, have coffee in the famous Café Tortoni, admire the mausoleums in the Recoleta cemetery and much more. What to Eat in Buenos Aires The cuisine in Buenos Aires reflects the Spanish and Italian heritage of the city. Pizza and pasta are popular throughout the city but we recommend you try something different. Start off the meal with some empanadas or a picada (a selection of hors d’oeuvres), for the main course an Argentinean asado can’t be beaten. For dessert try the typical pionono or alfajores (a kind of biscuit) filled with dulce de leche. To accompany any meal you can’t go past a good Argentinean wine or a cold beer. For a typical afternoon snack try torta frita with mate tea. What to See in Buenos Aires You can begin your exploration of Buenos Aires in the Palermo neighbourhood, full of artistic and creative young designers. Wander through the parks and navigate the artificial lakes. Continue on to Recoleta, one of the more affluent neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires where elegance and sophistication meet. If you like history the Recoleta cemetery is worth visiting and if you are especially brave there are night tours. In the afternoon wander around San Telmo, soaking up the sounds of tango and admiring the antiques in the streets, until you reach the colourful houses of Caminito in La Boca neighbourhood. At night go out for dinner at the Puerto Madero before taking in a show at one of the theatres in Corrientes Street but before you must cross the Women’s Bridge. Shopping in Buenos Aires Like all great cities, in Buenos Aires you can find everything you need. Strolling along Santa Fe Avenue or Florida Street you will come across a number of clothes shops. For those of you who prefer unique designs and original boutiques then we suggest a visit to Palermo. Antiques and handicrafts are heavily featured at the San Telmo market and the Plaza Francia in La Recoleta. For classic styles Alvear Avenue is where the big chain stores are. Children in Buenos Aires There is a lot for children to do in Buenos Aires. The zoo is always a popular choice as is Temaiken, a nature park where animals can be observed in their natural habitat. For those children who love fish and flowers then a trip to the Japanese Garden or Botanical Gardens is in order. We also recommend the children’s Museum in Abasto or the Prohibited Not to Touch Science Museum. In both museums children learn about the world through play. For a fun day out why not visit the Parque de la Costa, where there are rides, theatre and music for all ages. Nightlife in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires is famous for its nightlife. It doesn’t matter what time of the day or night there is always somewhere to go out in Buenos Aires. In Palermo, there are hundreds of bars catering to all needs. The bars around Plaza Serrano and Plaza Armenia are the most frequented. If you want o go out dancing then the streets Gorriti and Niceto are the place to go. San Telmo is becoming a fashionable place for a night out. In Plaza Dorrego and the streets Defensa and Chile there are mansions which have been converted into bars where tango, rock and a lot more different styles can be heard. After partying all night head back to your apartment in Buenos Aires for a well earned rest. Why Rent with Friendly Rentals? At Friendly Rentals we are happy to share our excellent local knowledge with you. All of our apartments are inspected regularly to ensure they meet our exacting standards of comfort, modernity, cleanliness and quality. Our goal is to offer the best service possible and ensure our clients have an unforgettable holiday in Buenos Aires for all the right reasons.