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Buenos Aires Travel Guide

Buenos Aires capital city of Argentina, and one of the world’s largest cities, is blessed with a strong and unique personality and special architectural features. On shores of the Río de la Plata stands this cosmopolitan and historical city. Traditional though dynamic, Buenos Aires has a large number of attractions to offer.


Apart from being Argentina’s principal port, it is believed to be the most elegant and active city in South America and the one that best represents the heterogeneity and variety of the Argentinean essence.

Plaza de Mayo Buenos Aires

PLAZA DE MAYO

Accommodation in Buenos Aires

Through Reservas.net it is possible to make reservations by phone or on-line in Hotels, Hostels, Lodgings, Bed & Breakfast or short-term Apartments.


Buenos Aires Hotel Reservations Downtown, Palermo, Recoleta, Congreso, Belgrano, Constitución, Once, Almagro o Aeroparque.


Moreover, the main hotel chains such as Ibis, Best Western and Howard Johnson are available at this site.


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Trip to Buenos Aires Sightseens & Tours

Considering that Buenos Aires has a great deal to offer to visitors when it comes to entertainment, it is quite difficult to decide what to do in first place. Each neighbourhood stands out for its unique, sophisticated style and its distinctive personality.

 

Palermo’s impressive park, the beautiful Rosebush and the Japanese Garden, are some of the most interesting places of the city. In addition, the Tortoni cafe, one of the most ancient literary cafes in Buenos Aires, is a must visit.


On Sundays, walking along the antique fair in San Telmo is highly recommended, as well as visiting La Boca, a historical and picturesque neighbourhood in Buenos Aires.


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Caminito Street

CAMINITO STREET

Sports in Buenos Aires

In Argentina sports play a role of utmost importance in people’s lives. While football has the power to raise the spirits of Argentineans, pato (duck) is the only national, native sport from the country. There is a wide array of sporting events to enjoy in Argentina.

 

Football, volleyball and basketball world cups, world-class rugby matches, international tennis tournaments, Formula 1 races, boxing fights and the Polo Open, are some of the events that have taken place in the country up to date.

Polo Players

POLO PLAYERS

Tango in Buenos Aires

Tango is known to have been born in the late nineteenth century. Initially, only men would dance it and it was played in brothels with a guitar, a violin and a flute. Towards the end of 1890 the bandoneon was added to the line-up and the flute was replaced.

But for the feeling of deep melancholy and nostalgia immigrants had, tango wouldn’t have improved so vastly. Some of the most representative artists regarding tango are Astor Piazzolla, Aníbal Troilo and Carlos Gardel.


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ango Buenos Aires

TANGO

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