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BUENOS AIRES

Buenos Aires, the capital and largest city in Argentina, offers many different districts, each with its own personality and style, such as La Recoleta, Puerto Madero and Palermo. Its beautiful architecture is complemented by modern buildings. Enjoy a coffee or tea in one of its cafes, and enjoy the parade of the stylish passersby. Take advantage of the local cuisine, dominated by Italian influences and the abundance of cattle and meat in Argentina. Don’t miss the famous Tango, which you can see in a local square at the weekend or in an elegant show.

TRAVEL GUIDE

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • San Bernardo Archipelago/li>
  • Museums
  • MALBA-Buenos Aires Latin American Art Museum
  • National Historical Muesum
  • National Fine Arts Muesum
  • Points of Interest
  • Colon Theater
  • Recoleta Cemetery
  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • Pacific Galleries
  • La Boca Walkway
  • Oman´s Bridge
  • Japanese Gardens
  • Monumental Tower
  • Districts
  • Palermo, Recoleta, Puerto Madero, Belgrano
  • Shopping Malls
  • Food Market of Buenos Aires, Patio Bullrich, Alto Palermo

General Information

Altitude: 25 masl Surface Area: 221 km² Time Zone: UTC -3 Language: Spanish Currency: Peso Voltage: 220 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Ministro Pistarini International Airport is located 35 km from the city and is the main gateway for air travelers. You can rent a car take a bus or a taxi from the airport to the city. You can also arrive at the Jorge Newberry Airpark which is located inside the Palermo district.

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