With its European flavour and a rich history, this city is one of the most vibrant and fascinating places to visit in the world.
Visitors come to Buenos Aires from all over the globe to walk through the colourful neighbourhoods, gaze at the eclectic architecture, and experience the exciting nightlife. The metro makes it easy to navigate between the city’s many districts.
The trendy Palermo district is dotted with chic restaurants, cafés and boutiques. Palermo Hollywood is exactly as it sounds: glamorous. This neighbourhood boasts the best nightlife that Buenos Aires has to offer. Nearby, you’ll find Buenos Aires Zoo, a real treat for children in your party.
For history and culture, there’s plenty to be found in Recoleta and Plaza de Mayo. Recoleta is home to the magnificent La Recoleta Cemetery. The stunning tombs and mausoleums are only second in importance to the famous people who rest there. The surrounding neighbourhood is home to the city’s rich and famous where you will encounter some of the city’s best architecture.
The Plaza de Mayo is located in the Downtown area of the city and is crammed with important monuments and buildings including the famous Casa Rosada—the government palace where Eva Perón or ‘Evita’ used to address the Argentinian people. Football fans should stop in La Boca to catch a Boca Juniors’ game at the Bombonera.
This city is the place for food-lovers everywhere. Check out the cafés and restaurants to find local specialties such as Dulce de Leche and empanadas. Palermo Soho is widely regarded as the best place for a superb dining experience, but you will find great places all over the city that will give your taste buds a treat.
Buenos Aires has something for everyone, so regardless of which districts you choose to visit, you will see South American passion and energy at its best, but don’t take any chances—be sure to visit them all..