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What to do for free in CABA on the weekend?

What to do for free in CABA on the weekend?

The museum nightPlanetarium: inclusive function, Non-Conventional Festival, 41st anniversary of City Park and BA Celebrates Brazilamong others, will be protagonists of the cultural agenda of CABA of this weekend. In addition there will be free public transport. I know the schedule free activities for all ages.

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CABA offers a cultural agenda full of free activities.

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What is there to do in Buenos Aires this weekend?

The museum night

On Saturday from 7 p.m. to 2 p.m., the 19th edition of Museum Night will take place, the most anticipated cultural night of the year. More than 290 venues invite residents and tourists to meet to enjoy special activities in all participating spaces. A time when museums, emblematic buildings and cultural spaces in all communes open their doors at unusual hours, free of charge with a special program.

Public transport is also added so that people can move around the City for free. Those who use any of the subway lines and the Premetro (from 6 p.m. until the service closes) and buses must show the “free pass” that is downloaded from BOTI. For those who prefer bicycles, there will be more than 3,600 free units to get around, arranged throughout the city at the 340 Ecobici stations.

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  The Night of the Museums celebrates its 19th edition.

The Night of the Museums celebrates its 19th edition.

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Planetarium: inclusive function

On World Sign Language Day, the Planetarium will present in its performance hall an immersive and inclusive astronomical show, narrated in Spanish, subtitled and performed in Argentine Sign Language (LSA) by Deaf people, which includes the adaptation of concepts astronomical in this language. From the Earth to the Universe, this Saturday at 12 and 3:30 p.m. in the Planetarium dome.

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The Planetarium is located at Av. Sarmiento s/n, 1425, CABA.

The Planetarium is located at Av. Sarmiento s/n, 1425, CABA.

Unconventional Festival

The third edition of this Festival begins, a proposal of innovative shows presented in atypical formats, performed in unexpected places and starring recognized and professional artists, together with students and amateurs.

This year the festival will begin with Inuksuit, a work for 66 percussionists by John Luther Adams that will take place in the public space of downtown Buenos Aires. On Sunday at 11 in Suipacha and Diagonal Norte, with free admission.

41st anniversary of City Park

The City Park (Av. F de la Cruz 4000) celebrates its 41st anniversary in conjunction with Spring Day by offering different types of recreational and sports activities, music shows with different artists, DJs and cumbia and reggaeton covers . Salsa and bachata teachers will give classes to the public and offer an exhibition. Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 9 p.m. with free admission. The New Moon will be presented on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

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The City Park is located at Av. F de la Cruz 4000.

The City Park is located at Av. F de la Cruz 4000.

“Berlin live. The Festival”

The proposal brings together emerging bands that managed to transcend borders in a live show to color the day with pure music: SolMe, Cecilia y El Sr Vinilo, Sakatumba, Piba, Fonso, Dj Rika Perry, are just some of the artists who will pass through the event. stage set up in Warnes and Concepción Arenal. On Saturday from 4pm. Free.

BA Celebrates Brazil

The 12th edition of Buenos Aires Celebra Brasil arrives at the Plaza Facundo Quiroga in Palermo, on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The public will be able to enjoy typical Brazilian dances such as forró, frevo, lambada, afro, samba, axé and a wide variety of musical shows from classic percussion to the rhythm of Samba Reggae.

Federal Rap Culture

The freestyle rap tournament that was born at the Recoleta Cultural Center (Junín 1930), where it takes place, and is organized by Juancín, from El Quinto Escalón, continues. On Saturday from 7 p.m. with free entry.

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Federal Rap Culture is organized by Juancín.

Federal Rap Culture is organized by Juancín.

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Where to eat in CABA this weekend?

Vegan Festival

More than 50 businesses bring residents a wide range of 100% natural products: there will be gastronomy and pastries, as well as cosmetics, cleaning and personal care items. The event will feature cooking workshops, talks on urban gardening and live music. It will take place this Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the Flea Market (Enríquez Martínez and Concepción Arenal). Entrance is free and open. It is suspended due to rain.

Fair without TACC

It will be a festival dedicated to gluten-free foods: it will have a gastronomic patio, with stands and food trucks to try different foods and desserts, and a market with more than 25 stalls from producers from all over the country. Likewise, there will be cooking classes, talks, activities for the little ones and music provided by DJs. It will take place this Saturday and Sunday, from 12 to 11 p.m., in La Rural. Entrance is free and open.

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Fair without TACC is the first festival dedicated to gluten-free foods.

Fair without TACC is the first festival dedicated to gluten-free foods.

Fairs, patios and markets

  • Sabe la Tierra will be established in Parque Chacabuco on Saturday, from 12 to 8 p.m. On Sunday it will be in three different parts of the City: in Plaza África and Parque Saavedra, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and in Parque Las Heras, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • BA Market, for its part, will take place in Plaza Esteban Echeverría, on Av. Triunvirato and Pedro Rivera, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Both proposals are suspended in case of rain.
  • In addition, the patios of Los Lecheros, Parque Patricios, Rodrigo Bueno and Costanera Norte and the markets of Bonpland, Belgrano and San Nicolás offer a wide variety of dishes. Tickets for all proposals are free of charge.

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Know the Earth will be established in different points of CABA.

Know the Earth will be established in different points of CABA.

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Ecopark

The space has more than seven hectares open to the public for guided tours and educational activities. You can also observe the native flora and fauna and learn about it. Open from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays, between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Admission is free. Closed due to rain.

Botanical Garden

The park has more than 900 hectares and more than 1,500 species of trees and plants from all over the world. It has five self-guided circuits, a butterfly garden and a mansion where art exhibitions and workshops are held, among other proposals. Open Saturdays and Sundays, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Admission is free.

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