Buenos Aires & Argentina


Buenos Aires is the world capital of Tango located on the banks of the Rio de la Plata River . According to Fodor, “ Buenos Aires is the ninth-largest city in the world'. Portenos (as the residents of the city are known), has a grand and rich cultural identity similar to that of Europe . It is often compared by visitors with Madrid, Barcelona, Paris and Rome.

There is so much more to do in Buenos Aires besides Tango. Buenos Aires as a city has one of the best entertainment and nightlife scenes in the world. There are theaters, museums, tango shows, sports, polo, bars and clubs all with the Latin American flair. The shopping in Buenos Aires is a delight. Anything you can get in Europe or in the USA , you can get in Buenos Aires and at a fraction of the cost in most cases. The best buys in Argentina are leather, fur, wine and antiques. Visit the Buenos Aires Shopping Guide for complete coverage of the shopping scene.

Buenos Aires is broken up into neighborhoods, each one with its own personality. The beautiful and prestigious Recoleta, trendy Palermo , tourist and business minded El Centro , authentic San Telmo, picturesque Puerto Madero, and colorful La Boca are all integral parts of this great city. Buenos Aires architecture is also well worth checking out. There are a number of standard.
The Buenos Aires has a number of lodging options for you to choose from. From your average hostel to the 5 star luxury hotels which remain pricey as in other countries, but are still a good value for those that can afford it.

We have access to all types of accommodation and standard tours that will help you to discover Buenos Aires and enjoy it in the best way possible. And if you want to venture out to Colonial Uruguay for the day or explore Argentina.
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Argentina is a very big country that contains a number of very distinct features and unique regions. North of Buenos Aires, The Iguazu Waterfall is one of the greatest wonders of nature in the world. West of Buenos Aires, the wine regions are located around the lively city of Mendoza . South of Buenos Aires, the Atlantic coastline draws visitors that want catch some sun on the beaches of Mar del Plata and Pinamar. Further south, one finds the majestic area of Patagonia . Breath-taking Bariloche is the capital of the Patagonian lake region, and features excellent winter skiing, while enticing the sports enthusiasts with various warm weather sports the rest of the year. Tierra del Fuego is the Southern-most area of Argentina and is the closest point to the Antarctic. Visit penguin colonies, glaciers and encounter a great variety of wildlife.

Finally, only a few hours by ferry from Buenos Aires , the visitor can find the quiet town Colonia del Sacramento , Uruguay . Explore the beautiful colonial town taking pleasure in the atmosphere, the food, and the shopping. Take a look at the Map of Argentina to understand the geography and location of the main sites in this great country.

Argentina also offers visitors some of the greatest settings in which to enjoy a number of sports activities. From June to September, ski Bariloche and other great mountains found in Argentina . Otherwise Argentina offers biking, hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting.

In the heart of this great country is Buenos Aires , the cosmopolitan capital, the gateway to South America , and for numerous reasons, a most spectacular place. Buenos Aires is divided into barrios, or neighborhoods, each of which contains a special personality and spirit. Explore the barrios of Recoleta, San Telmo, Palermo , Puerto Madero , La Boca and El Centro for all that Buenos Aires has to offer.

Source: Fodor's Argentina 2003

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