- Buenos Aires is certainly among the most expensive Latin America cities and when I visited I had to be quite creative so as not to exhaust my cash.
Hit the museum, parks, and streets
- Entry to most museums in the city is free or discounted which was really helpful. Some of the museums with free entry always include
- Museo Nacional de Bellas artes
- Museo historico nacional
- Recoleta cemetery.
- There are also a number of parks within town where I found free salsa and yoga classes.
- Streets here are lined with art and all I had to do was walk around town to see the various art collections as opposed to going to an art exhibition, tickets are very expensive.
Take the colectivos
- These were the cheapest buses in town with each ride being half a dollar. I could make quite a number of trips around town and spend less than $5 on transport. Good thing is that they move all across town.
La Glorieta de Belgrano
- Here I watched the tango for free. Tango sessions start at 8 pm on Saturday and Sundays. It's free and everyone is invited! Though there are quite a number of places where you can see the tango, if you're a tourist you'll be overcharged.