Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

State: Distrito Federal
Nation: Argentina
Nickname: The Paris of South America
Currency: Argentine Peso (ARS)
Clubs: All Boys, Argentinos Juniors, Arsenal, Boca Juniors, Estudiantes, Gimnasia La Plata, Lanus, Quilmes, Racing Club, River Plate, San Lorenzo, Tigre, Velez Sarsfield
Buenos Aires
"The Paris of South America"
  • El Obelisco & Avenida 9 de Julio
  • Tango
  • Teatro Colon
  • La Boca & Caminito Street
  • Bife de Lomo & Mendoza Malbec Wine
El Obelisco & Avenida 9 de Julio
El Obelisco & Avenida 9 de Julio
The Avenida 9 de Julio, the world's widest street, is named after Argentina's independence day. The main landmark on the avenue is the iconic El Obelisco which sits at the center of the Plaza de la República in the heart of Buenos Aires.
Tango
Tango
The sensual Tango is commonly seen performed on the streets of Buenos Aires, with an annual 'Tango Day' each December 11th. In the San Telmo district, Sundays are devoted to tango shows on the streets around Dorrego Square.
Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon
Deeply influenced and self-consciously modeled after its European heritage, Buenos Aires is the site of the Teatro Colón, one of the world's greatest opera houses. It has entertained local Porteños with grand spectacles since 1908.
La Boca & Caminito Street
La Boca & Caminito Street
Caminito street and La Boca are known by tourists as the colorful Buenos Aires barrio (neighborhood) with the strong influence of its early Genoese Italian settlers. Its even more popular for being the home of Boca Juniors and La Bombonera.
Bife de Lomo & Mendoza Malbec Wine
Bife de Lomo & Mendoza Malbec Wine
The Gauchos of the rich grass Pampas region raise the finest beef in the world. Nowhere will you find bigger, better, juicier, tastier & more tender steaks than in the top Parrillas (steak houses) of Buenos Aires - La Cabrera is a favorite of many.
Buenos Aires has a distinct Paris vibe. Porteños (Port People) live in a complex, energetic & seductive sea-port with wide tree-lined boulevards for strolling, leafy parks, grand buildings & monuments, varied culture & nightlife. Countless bistros & cafés overflow with patrons lingering over coffee & conversation. Food is serious in BA & not to be missed are the steaks, pizza, ice cream, tostados, alfajores & Malbec wine. The city districts are small & very unique, each one having its own colors & shapes. The multi-ethnic past of the city is embodied in its architecture, where Spanish Colonial style, Italian detail & French Classicism mix. Their cultures still paint the city & can be enjoyed in countless galleries, theatres, museums & fine eateries.
  1. Obelisco, Avenida 9 de Julio, Casa Rosada, Plaza de Mayo & Palacio Barolo (vista)
  2. Palermo: Palermo Viejo, Las Canitas, Botanical/Japanese Gardens, Bosques de Palermo & Evita Museum
  3. San Telmo: Dorrego Square & Parque Lezama
  4. La Boca: Caminito street, La Ribera theatre & La Bombonera
  5. Recoleta: La Recoleta Cemetery, Eva Perón tomb & Del Pilar Church
  6. Tribunales: Avenida Corrientes, Teatro Colon & Teatro San Martín
  7. Puerto Madero: Puente de la Mujer & Costanera Sur
  8. Monserrat: Café Tortoni & Casa de la Cultura
  9. Montevideo, Uruguay (daytrip)
  10. Estancias (ranch estates) in BA Province (overnite trip)
  1. Buenos Aires has the highest concentration of soccer teams of any city in the world, see as many matches as possible on your trip.
  2. Don't just watch Tango performed in clubs & on the streets, be as bold as a dancer & take tango lessons in its birthplace.
  3. On the weekend go to Dorrego Square, in San Telmo, to watch tango in the streets & to shop for treasure at the Antique Fairs.
  4. See the arts as BA has the largest concentration of active theatres in Latin America & Teatro Colon is its golden jewel.
  5. Sail across the Río de la Plata to the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo in 1 hour on an express ferry to daytrip in another nation.
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