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Hotel de Inmigrantes

C1104ACA, Av. Antártida Argentina 1355, C1104ACA CABA, Argentina
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Discover Argentina's immigrant past Buenos Aires  Argentina

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Thur - Sun 12pm - 8pm

Discover Argentina's immigrant past

New York has Ellis Island; Buenos Aires has the Hotel de Inmigrantes. The huge waterfront building, located near the old port docks in what's today known as Puerto Madero, served as the temporary home for waves of European immigrants arriving to Argentina between 1911-53. Today, the Hotel de Inmigrantes is an intriguing (and free) museum that few tourists see: come to see photos and memorabilia representing the many immigrant groups who came through the port of Buenos Aires, plus colorful advertisements for trans-Atlantic passages and model boats.