Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires was built as a European colonial port in the 16th century and was remodeled after Paris and Madrid in the 20th century. Located at the mouth of Rio de la Plata, the city is a perfect mix of Europe and Latin America. Take your time to explore its tree-lined avenues, cobblestoned streets with hip cafes and boutiques, great nightlife, food and wine. Each “barrio” (neighborhood) comes with a distinct personality. Former working-class barrio of La Boca attracts visitors with its abundant tango clubs and Italian trattorias; while the young and hip go to Palermo fot its chique townhouses hosting some of the city’s best boutiques, furniture and homeware stores and cafes. The cobblestoned lanes of the bohemian San Telmo comes alive after midnight with its bar scene and Recoleta is the well-heeled part of the city with its elegant hotels. The former dockland of Puerto Madero, on the other hand, symbolises the new face of Buenos Aires with its 5-star hotels, chique restaurants and bars. Buenos Aires should be explored on foot, but don’t forget to take a free weekend ride on the historical trams of Cabalito. The city of Eva Peron and Che Guevera is a gateway to the Argentinian Patagonia.

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