Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital is sure to enchant, captivating visitors with its seductive atmosphere. Romantic neighbourhoods are filled with charming eateries and familiar European-esque architecture.
Enjoy the hot summers and warm winters and delve into the diverse culture. Perhaps most recognisable to the culture here is the Tango, Argentina’s famous dance. Discover the sensual, sexy moves at an electric show or take to the floor yourself at one of the many dancing classes.
This beautiful European-like city with a sexy Latino twist is a sight-seers delight, with much to see and do. Recoleta Cemetary is arguably the must-see sight in Buenos Aires, lose yourself in the labyrinth city of the dead. Meander the ‘streets’ and take a peek into the coffins and crypts which are the resting place of the city’s most elite inhabitants.
Casa Rosada, the presidential palace is also well worth a visit, located on the Plaza de Mayo, its pink exterior is home to a museum where you can browse objects relating to former presidents.
For shopaholics, Latin America’s shopping capital will not disappoint. Discover premium retail therapy on the grand shopping boulevards, then head to Palermo Viejo, home to the city’s finest upscale boutiques. Here you will find avant-garde clothes, chic homeware and unique souvenirs. To look for something with a bit of history, San Telmo is where antique enthusiasts shop. It is well worth a meander around the famous Sunday fair here, full of character you’re sure to have an enjoyable afternoon.
Argentinean cuisine is a carnivore’s paradise. Parrillas (steakhouses) are in abundance, you’ll be spoilt for choice for juicy grilled meats! But worry not, if steakhouses are not your thing, Buenos Aires is renowned for its choice of top class worldwide cuisines on offer. For a true experience head to the grassy plains of 'La Pampa' region, the legendary home of the famed cattle and gauchos.
The nightlife in Buenos Aires is impressive with world-class nightclubs and late night bars and restaurants, the city never sleeps. The portenos (locals) know how to let their hair down!
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