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Buenos Aires off the beaten path

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Buenos Aires off the beaten path
Diverse cultures help make Buenos Aires the thriving metropolis it is. Check out some of the city's lesser-known attractions and spots to get a sense for what makes this place tick.
Good for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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The only kosher McDonald’s location outside of Israel, this quick-service spot serves up typical Mickey D’s fare — except there are no dairy products on the menu. Located inside the Abasto Shopping Center food court, it also sells souvenir mugs and other mementos for tourists to take home.

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Museo del Mate
Museo del Mate

The national drink of Argentina, mate, is a brewed herb that’s traditionally sipped through a special metal straw—and in a social and communal setting. This museum in nearby Tigre plays tribute to the special role of mate in Argentinian culture—and of course, offers both a store and a “Matebar” where guests can consume this unique beverage.

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 1-2 hours
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