Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital city is one of South America’s largest metropolitan areas. The city is an exquisite tourist destination courtesy of its numerous museums, theaters and cinemas. The city also boasts of a mild climate all through the year with an average annual temperature of 18º C, making it a pleasant destination all year round. For anyone on a sightseeing tour, nothing beats the experience of Buenos Aires tours. Its large and diverse landscape sets a stage for stunning features such as big rivers, outstanding waterfalls and eye catching flora. It also offers wildlife diversity.
Buenos Aires Argentina is the international gateway of the country making it easily accessible from most parts of the planet including Europe, North America, Australasia and several other locations of the world. One can also travel within the city by rail, bus or domestic flights using the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport.

Avda Libertador
Buenos Aires is considered the capital of the Tango. Gran Buenos Aires, situated on the coast of the De la Plata river, with more than 13 millions,it is the largest city of Argentina and  the third-largest metropolitan area in South America.

Argentina was strongly influenced by European culture you can realize about it when you taste their meals.

The Gran Buenos Aires is  situated on the coast of the  la Plata river.obelisco

All of Argentina’s tourist locations are easily accessible from Buenos Aires, by domestic flights, by rail, and by bus. Most visitors go to the downtown Calle Florida pedestrian mall for its shopping, for its boutiques selling leather goods and furs, an itinerary that ends in Plaza San Martín.

 

Incredible Buenos Aires attractions

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Also known as the MNBA, the MuseoNacional de BellasArtes is an art museum that is located in the City’s Recoleta section. This is undoubtedly the ultimate place to be for any art enthusiasts. The museum which is hosted in the ObrasSanitarias building is made up of thirty rooms distributed on three floors. It contains international art pieces that date from the Middle Ages through to the 20th century. The museum plays host to amazing pieces such as the El nacimiento de la VirgenMaría and the Le bain de Vénus (El baño de Venus) making it a place worth travelling.

Buenos Aires Zoo

Have a thing for wildlife? Then the Buenos Aires Zoo is the place for you. Spanning approximately 45 acres, the zoo is nestled in Argentina Buenos Aires’ District of Palermo. The zoo hosts a wide variety of animal species with 49 reptile species, 89 mammal species as well as 175 species of birds. The total number of animals in the zoo is well over 2,500. There are a lot of interesting things to see at the zoo, from the native rodents and birds to the penguins, cat fish and piranha.

Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve

Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve is one among the popular Buenos Aires tourism destinations. Situated on the eastern side of the Puerto Madero district of Buenos Aires, it is a 3.50 km2tract lying on the low lands of Rio de la Plata riverbank. As it is only adjacent to the busy city, this Ecological Reserve is perfect for a hideaway trip to avoid the busy and noisy life of the metropolis. It is an haven for bird watching, long strolls or even bonding with nature.

Buenos Aires is a plush tourist destination. The hotels is in the city are also stunning and visitors will certainly have a memorable time. It also has wonderful trails which is perfect for those who love nature and want to some physical challenge. The friendly climate makes it even better as you can visit any time of the year and enjoy a great experience.

-Admire the Architecture of the city.

BUenoscaminitoLa Boca : The famous pedestrian Calle Caminito is one of the most emblematic attractions in Buenos Aires, with its  colourful neighbourhood next to the old port of Buenos Aires were the first Italian immigrants settled . (visit the Quinquela Martin Museum). La Boca is synonymous of tango. Traditional restaurants feature live tango shows.

Boca Juniors Stadium

– San Telmo : Plaza Dorrego is famous place where every week end a fair is set up ,stands of souvenirs, antiques, crafts and clothes are interrupted by tango exhibitions,here you feel the bohemian atmosphere of Buenos Aires. It has Bohemian bars and tango shows.

The Bosques de Palermo are home to the Planetarium, the Japanese Garden.

Puerto madero ideal for having a nice meal or drink something , expensive area ( do not miss to see the Puente de la Mujer

Woman´s Bridge). It is is the most modern part of the city.Buenos Aires has a Casino in Puerto Madero.

Museo del Humor in Puerto Madero.

-Microcentro:

Avenida 9 de Julio y el Obelisco (9 de Julio Avenue – the Obelisk) The widest avenue in the world. The Obelisco – Obelisk stands elegantly at the junction of 9 de Julio and Corrientes, in the heart of the city.It is 70 meters high and inside has a 200-step stairway. -Teatro Colón – Colón  Opera Theater

– Avenida de Mayo This avenue connects Plaza de Mayo and Plaza Congreso. Named after the 1810 May Revolution, the street houses historical treasures such as Café Tortoni.

-Plaza de Mayocasa_rosada (2)

-Casa Rosada or the Pink House (Presidential House)it  is the official house of government of Argentina ,the President resides  in Olivos not here.

-The Cabildo (a museum today, Cabildo was once the royal government house during colonial times. The building was completed in the year 1610)

-Metropolitan Cathedral (finished in 1862, Great Liberator General Jose de San Martín are in a guarded mausoleum at this catholic cathedral )

-Café Tortoni: the most traditional cafe in Buenos Aires.

-Palacio Barolo: Among the most impressive buildings in Buenos Aires,in the neighborhood of Monserrat on Avenida de Mayo. he design of the building is based on Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. Opened in 1923, it was the work of eccentric Italian architect Mario Palanti. . Floors 1 through 14 represent Purgatory and 15 to 22 represent Heaven. The views from the tower are certainly very good. It is one of the treasures of Avenida de Mayo, with monumental architecture, full of meaning.

congresoPalacio del Congreso -Congress Palace: with a magnificent building, people commonly refers to as “Congreso.” The Plaza Congreso is adorned with several monuments and sculptures,is connected to Plaza de Mayo via ten blocks of Avenida de Mayo. It is one of Buenos Aires’ architectural highlights. Built in the late 1900´s.

-Avenida Corrientes intersects with Avenida 9 de Julio and the Obelisco, it is well know for the variety of theatres,tango houses, excellent libraries and Italian pizzerias thar you can find there. Summer in Buenos Aires (months of January and February) is quite hot and humid, while winter is damp and chilly.

-Palermo Hollywood, with trendy bars, clubs and restaurants

-Art Galleries: in Palermo :Braga Mendez , Arte x Arte. in San Telmo: Zavaleta Lab.

Emblematic monuments in Buenos Aires: Torre Monumental: The Palladian-style tower in front of Retiro train station was a gift to the city from the British to commemorate the centennial of the May Revolution. Initially, its name was Torre de los Ingleses.

Floralis Generica:  impressive steel and aluminum flower in the heart of Recoleta. The sculpture,  closes its metal petals at night and reopens with the sunlight.

Monumento de los Españoles: This stunning monument on Sarmiento and Libertador avenues in Palermo was donated in 1910 by the local Spanish community to commemorate the May revolution