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Casino Buenos Aires

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Calle Elvira Rawson de Dellepiane s/n Darsena Sur Puerto de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires C1107BCA Argentina
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Small-Group City Tour of Buenos Aires
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Small-Group City Tour of Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires’ neighborhoods each have a distinctive character from the historic barrios of San Telmo and La Boca, to the beautiful parks and plazas of Palermo and Recoleta, and the modern skyscrapers of Puerto Madero. This small-group tour is ideal for first-time visitors or those short on time, visiting all of the top attractions in just half a day.
US$29.00 per adult
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Rich G wrote a review Mar 2020
Acton, Massachusetts2,420 contributions245 helpful votes
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This casino is on the water near Porto Madero, and has mostly slot machines, but also some tables games like Blackjack, as well as a poker room. Blackjack can be found on the bottom floor, and top floor. Min bets are $100 pesos, so quite cheap way to play. The poker room has tournaments and hold'em cash games at $100/$200 pesos for blinds. Too much smoke but fun enough spot for newcomers, and cheap for US Citizens to gamble based solely on the exchange rate.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Chris D wrote a review Jan 2020
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My first time playing poker in Spanish. Players and staff were friendly and helpful. Smallest game was $100-$200 (pesos) holdem. Rake is 5% with NO MAXIMUM. They had a tournament going on that day as well. There is no (legal) way to change dollars to pesos at the casino, so bring enough pesos. Cabs are always available. (Cabs are cheap. Cabs are safe. Take cabs everywhere.) There were lots of slots and they have single zero roulette if that's your thing. What looks like a nice restaurant as well.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dreamer442662 wrote a review May 2019
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Worst casino in the world. Had a bad experience. Don't go. They don't care about anything. Very disappointed!!!! Argued with the staff the way how they serve. Don't go!!!!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Iara V wrote a review Apr 2019
Weston, Florida44 contributions27 helpful votes
We went to this casino in Buenos Aires and we had a great time It is a casino boat and it is really big inside , i got lost looking for my friends!! You get to choose to play at USD tables or Argentina pesos table . Their employees were very friendly and we also got a nice dinner at a restaurant that is located at the entrance ! Everything was good , nothing to impress us 😊👍
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Date of experience: March 2019
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BeLaZe wrote a review Nov 2018
Penfield, New York325 contributions102 helpful votes
Some advice: — Take the cab there (it is cheap and it’s quite a distance from anywhere decent) — Do not have a hat/cap on, it’s not allowed (I am not sure about hoodies, but it’s way too hot for that) — You can get pesos from credit card (and they exchange better than ATMs) but only if you bring passport The Casino has a nice entrance, then comes the pretty sensitive metal detector, then you enter a 3-dimensional labyrinth that looks flashy and feels cheap and somewhat claustrophobic despite the disorienting mirrors everywhere. The poker room was fine. They only speak Spanish, but the game is the game. The play is full of family-pots then turns pretty weak-tight sprinkled with occasional pros that are making a killing.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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