A Journey to Art and History
Buenos Aires is a culturally rich castle, a powerhouse of art and history in Argentina. This route keeps you in the mood of discovery, displays a wide range of visual arts in the best of the city’s galleries, exhibitions, and of course, museums.
Some might feel bored talking about museums; but hey, let’s give this route a chance and explain yourself why there are so many museums in this capital (more than 150!) and how they attract tourists that much.
The loop is nice, family-friendly, and is highly recommended for kids – who have the most artistic and creative minds on Earth.
Most of the trail is wide, well-paved. Watch for the traffic and walk your bike when it’s too chaotic. The city is worth to slow down anyway.
National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes), one of the top visited museums in the city, is where the loop starts and finishes. There are bike racks in front of it. Various parking lots can be found not far from here.
Food and drink
Dandy – just a few walks crossing the street from the José Hernández Folk Art Museum – is – very international and appealing.
This loop includes around twenty museums and galleries, offering the best out of art.
Make sure to stop and visit all these gems of the city: National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes), Museum of Latin American Art (MALBA), National Museum of Decorative Art (Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo), Amalia Lacroze by Fortabat Art Collection, the Participatory Science Museum, and the Cemetery of Recoleta.
Above are just a little of this cool and helpful loop. Ride it and see everything this art route offers.
15.294 km / 9.503 mi
258 m / 846 ft
258 m / 847 ft
47 m / 153 ft