Buenos Aires is home to more amazing buildings than we can count, and some of them have one thing in common—their striking pink brick walls. Several of the city’s most vibrant buildings come in this color, and these three deserve a spot on your bucket list.
Casa Rosada a.k.a. Pink House is one of Buenos Aires’ top tourist attractions, and not only because its pink-colored exterior. It serves as the office of the president of Argentina, and you can visit it by joining one of the guided tours and check out the museum on its premises.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Argentina’s National Museum of Fine Arts houses one of the most impressive public art collections in Latin America. It’s housed in a beautiful coral building in the Recoleta neighborhood, which houses another important cultural institution with a similar exterior.
Centro Cultural Recoleta
The Recoleta Cultural Centre is one of Buenos Aires’ most important exhibition and cultural events centers, and its building comes with an interesting history. It actually dates back to the 18th century, making it one of the oldest buildings in the entire city.