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Capital city of the Argentine Republic and one of the principal cities in Latin America, Buenos Aires surprises with its architecture. Its style reflects the influence of Spaniards, French and Italians in buildings and landscaping. The city has wide avenues, mansions, buildings, extensive green areas, hundreds of sculptures and many churches which are incorporated as a whole with houses, office and apartment blocks, and modern sky scrapers.

The city of Buenos Aires is located on the banks of the Rio de la Plata (this river is so wide, that many times it is confused with the sea). The natural landscape of this region can be enjoyed in the parks, in the outskirts, or in the Ecological Reserve which is only five minutes away from the economic center of the city.


Climate

The climate in Buenos Aires is mild the whole year round. The average temperature is 18ºC and there are few very hot or very cold days which will not prevent you from touring the city during all seasons.

The coldest month is July. Although it doesn’t freeze, you have to wear woolen clothes, a jacket or top coat/overcoat and a scarf. In winter, during the day, the cold is moderate but in the evening the temperature drops considerably.

In summer, the heat is humid. Mornings are warm, at noon and during the first hours in the afternoon it is very hot. In the evening the temperature decreases a little, so you need light clothes. There is no need for jackets.

The wettest seasons are autumn and spring (March to June and September to December). In general it drizzles or there are short periods of rain which, with an umbrella or a raincoat, will not prevent outdoor activities.

During the sunny days in autumn and spring, the mornings are cool, at midday the temperature is agreeable and in the evening it descends.


When to travel?

It is possible to visit Buenos Aires the whole year round, but probably the nicest seasons are spring and autumn because the climate is milder without very hot or very cold days.


How long?

Were commend staying in Buenos Aires at least 3 complete days to enjoy the principal attractions the city offers. In case you’d like to really get to know the city were commend between 6 and 7 days.


Why choose Buenos Aires?

Every year the city of Buenos Aires is chosen by thousands of tourists because of its cultural diversity. Having nearly three million inhabitants, the city has 48 neighbourhoods to visit, and in each of them, bars, parks, football stadiums, temples, “milongas” and theatres. Currently, the districts which are most visited, either by tourists from Argentina or from abroad are: Puerto Madero, San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo and La Boca.

Being one of the most important cultural centers in the continent, Buenos Aires is considered the fourth most important city as regards international theatre. It has more theatres than New York. As a tourist you can immerse into tango, the music and the dancing in any “tangueria” in the city, or in the most popular “milonga” in any district.

Gastronomy in Buenos Aires is highly varied. There are more than 3000 restaurants. Eating in the city is only a question of choosing where and what to eat. In Buenos Aires you will find typical dishes, asado or pizza and even the typical dishes of many of the communities which have come to Buenos Aires during the immigration centuries.

All these characteristics make Buenos Aires an excellent destination for those who want to travel and would like to visit one of the most diversified cultural centers.

To travel in the city, there is a public transport system with a variety of options: six subway lines, more tan one hundred bus lines and interurban trains. It is also possible to travel by taxi or in a rented car. They are safe, and cheap compared with other countries.

Those travelers who would like to visit the city of Buenos Aires can do it alone and on foot, or with tourist guides who are experts in history and details.

 

Unmissable attractions

Plaza de Mayo, Florida (pedestrian Street), La Boca and Caminito Street, Avenida de Mayo, San Telmo (specially the flea market on Sundays), Recoleta, Puerto Madero, Palermo Hollywood and Soho. Parana Delta. Going to a football match in the Boca Juniors or RiverPlate stadiums, going to a tango dinner show. Visiting the Colon Theatre and one of the many old cafes in the city are a must.


Shopping

There are many different and varied items to buy in Buenos Aires, which during the last years has become a great city for doing shopping. Were commend leather and furs, wines, leather shoes and traditional crafts.

The most recommended places for shopping are the outlet area in Avenida Cordoba if you are looking for discounts, calle Florida offers a great variety of leather, furs and clothes. The Once district, San Telmo Flea Market to buy antiques, Avenida Santa Fe and Palermo Soho where you will find clothes by independent designers. The big shopping centers or malls: Alto Palermo, Abasto, Galerias Pacifico, Paseo Alcorta, Patio Bullrich and Unicenter.

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