When we talk about Latin America, the first thought that comes to mind is Buenos Aires the capital of Argentina. This magnificent city, the birthplace of tango, is flooded with thousands of visitors and tourists every year. There are so many descendants of European settlers and architecture in Buenos Aires. So, you will feel as comfortable as in any European country. Given that Buenos Aires is home to about 40% of Argentina’s population, one can imagine how high the pace of life of the city is. In Buenos Aires life begins at midnight and the fun continues nonstop until dawn. Let’s see  , what can you see here and where to stay in Buenos Aires?

Buenos Aires Travel Guide / Argentina

Buenos Aires / Argentina How to Get There?

The flight to Argentina will not take much time – the maximum duration of the flight is 15 hours. A visa to visit Argentina is not required, provided that the period of your trip will not exceed 90 days. Flights can be both direct and with stopovers in Rome, Frankfurt or Paris. There are two airports in Buenos Aires – Jorge Newbery and Ezeiza (Minister Pistarini international airport). From the airport to the hotel can be reached by taxi, metro or bus. Getting around the city is quite simple. With just one metro transport card you can travel around the city cheaply and comfortably. But if you want to feel the life of Buenos Aires, choose to travel on foot. You will find amazing performing arts, musicians and, of course, a spectacular tango show on every street.

Buenos Aires Travel Guide / Argentina

Information about Buenos Aires / Argentina

Buenos Aires is the largest city of Argentina with a population of 15 million people. It is the second largest city in South America. When you first see Buenos Aires, we are sure that you will think that you have arrived in Europe.  Buenos Aires, founded in the 16th century, is located around the Rio De La Plata. Today, in the 21st century, this wonderful city that has survived the centuries and replaced many of its conquerors, architecturally resembles the most famous streets of many European cities.

Buenos Aires Travel Guide / Argentina

Buenos Aires consists only of boulevards and avenues. The Avenida 9 de Julio is the largest Avenue in the world with 18 lanes and a width of 127 meters. In the middle of the Boulevard, in 1936, in honor of the 400th anniversary of the founding of Buenos Aires, an Obelisk was built. He welcomes every passer-by, towering over the city buildings. Of course, you can assume that you have not been to Buenos Aires, if you have not seen the Plaza de Mayo. On this square is a pink house, or in Spanish Casa Rosada, which to date is a workplace of the President and the government of Argentina.

Entertainment in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires will not leave you without shopping. You can find everything you need in Galerias Pacifico on Florida Street at the most affordable prices. In addition, shopping tables, everywhere installed on the streets, will give you the opportunity to buy a variety of inexpensive Souvenirs. Recoleta cemetery is a cemetery located in the eponymous district of the city, where those who want to see the tomb of the famous Eva Peron flock. There are also the most stylish and popular restaurants in the Recoleta area. Don’t leave this area until you’ve tasted some delicious fried steaks.

Buenos Aires Travel Guide / Argentina

Be sure to visit the area of La Boca, which will meet you with a string of colorful painted houses. We recommend that you go to one of the most beautiful areas of Buenos Aires – Puerto Madero and see the modern and expensive area, which at the same time includes a single reminder of the old ports. Here you can visit the Sarmiento Museum, take great photos on the Puente de La Muher bridge and finally see the ship Museum.

Buenos Aires / Argentina Accommodation

Buenos Aires is a very lively city, attracting many tourists, especially in summer. The city is also very rich in accommodation options in hotels and hostels on any budget. Your choice of clean and comfortable accommodation, suitable for you in all respects, will make your stay in Buenos Aires even more enjoyable. We can offer several accommodation options:

Buenos Aires Travel Guide / Argentina

Broadway Hotel & Suits: there are clean rooms, a rich menu, courteous staff, Spa, pool and bar.

Vain Boutique Hotel: this is a dream hotel that will give you physical and aesthetic pleasure all the time of your stay here. You probably won’t want to leave this hotel in Palermo.

We wish you a pleasant stay in Buenos Aires and in Argentina!