Welcome to Buenos Aires!
Top 10 places to visit:
- Palermo (Trendiest neighbourhood)
- Puerto Madero (Waterfront)
- La Boca (Tango and football)
- San Telmo (Artisan’s market)
- Microcentro (World´s widest avenue)
- Plaza de Mayo (Presidential house)
- Recoleta (Art nouveau constructions)
- Botanic Garden (National monument)
- La Redonda (Circular cathedral)
- Tigre (Old town)
Buenos Aires, Argentina’s big, cosmopolitan capital, is known for its European atmosphere, passionate tango and vibrant nightlife. Its center is the 16th-century Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. In Microcentro, Florida Street is the main shopping thoroughfare, leading to Plaza San Martín, a busy park that was once the site of a bullfighting arena.
Argentina is the birthplace of tango, and the dance is included on the UNESCO list for the Cultural Heritage of Humanity, so if you are travelling to Buenos Aires, this is your opportunity to see the most exclusive tango shows in town. There is a wide selection of tango shows in Buenos Aires; meeting everyone's taste and requirement. From bestseller tango shows, authentic tango shows, modern tango shows, tango shows with lessons or exclusive tango houses, there is always a tango house to fit your taste and budget.
Most international flights arrive in Buenos Aires at Ministro Pistarini International Airport, also known as the Ezeiza Airport (code: EZE), which is 22km from the city centre. The airport handles direct flights from 51 cities.