BUENOS AIRES: SEDUCTIVE | ENERGETIC | ECLECTIC
Buenos Aires has been coined the "Paris of South America” due to its European-style colonial architecture. It has a rich cultural life as evidenced throughout the distinctive neighborhoods, each with its own flavor and style. The rhythm of sexy tango music fills the streets and beckons you for a quick dance as you meander through designer shops in search of the perfect pair of tango shoes.
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BEFORE YOU GO
While the metro is the fastest, cheapest way to get around the city, taxis are the safest. Have your hotel or restaurant call in advance on your behalf. Buenos Aires is also a pedestrian-friendly city so feel free to explore on foot.
Think European-style architecture mixed with Latin American style and you’ve got Buenos Aires. Hotels reflect the distinct personalities of their neighborhoods. There are plenty of options from cosmopolitan luxury hotels to intimate boutique hotels. Here is a taste of the more exclusive properties.
Buenos Aires’ gastronomic offering is not limited to Argentina’s world-leading beef. The cuisine blends Italian, French and other Old World influences to create a truly unique taste. High-quality meats, fish, pasta, and patties are some of its main specialties.
Nightlife in Buenos Aires has much to offer. You’ll have your choice of trendy cocktail bars, secret speakeasies, and classic tango haunts.
SEE & DO
It's near impossible to experience everything Buenos Aires has to offer in a single trip. From the spectacular performances at the Colón Theater to the seductive tango-dancing, here is the perfect way to begin enjoying this beautiful city.
Wine Country - Weekend Trip
In the bustling city of Buenos Aires, you’ll find a number of modern spas to rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul. The spas are indulgent with some of the treatments using the world famous Argentinian wine. Grab a glass of Malbec after and your day is complete relaxation.
Make room in your suitcase for souvenirs from this stylish city. Leather is just one of the many things Argentina is known for so head on down to Murillo Street, and pick up a purse to compliment your brand new tango shoes.
The San Telmo Market is a great place to find random knick-knacks in a Tuscan-style building, with a wrought iron and glass atrium. Another lovely reminder of Buenos Aires, are the beautiful mate sets which are used to drink yerba, a traditional South American herbal tea.
The city of Mendoza is responsible for around 60% of Argentina’s wine exports so pick up a bottle of Malbec and try your best to get it home without taking a sip or two.