Buenos Aires is the biggest city in South America. The capital city never stops attracting many visitors to visit to enjoy the beautiful panorama of “Evita Peron” city. Buenos Aires ever called Paris from South. The city is so exotic.
There are many points of interest in Buenos Aires, the city of Tango such as Recoleta, Calle Florida, Casa Rosada, San Telmo, Avenida Corientes, La Boca, Bella Artes National Museum, and Tigre.
Calle Florida is the heaven for Argentina souvenirs hunters. In this area, you can find many cadgers and shops that sell many kinds of souvenirs made from leather.
Casa Rosada or the Pink House is presidential palace as well as becomes a historical monument. The building architectural is really stunning that makes the area always crowded by many visitors.
Buenos Aires has many old and classic districts and one of them is La Boca. La Boca is located in old port. It is the place of birth of Tango. La Boca was an area for lower class labors. They gathered and dance together all the time. Today, La Boca is the center of pedestrians tourists and some of Tango club dancers.
Recoleta is a shopping center and also the most popular tourism place in Buenos Aires. Visitor can visit the market that opens incidentally on every weekend. There you can find from cadgers to café and rows of branded shops.
The best activity for spending your afternoon in Buenos Aires is in Tigre area. The area is located along the beautiful and clean river. Visitor can ride Cartamaran, an Argentina typical boat to explore the river as well as it has fruits and handcraft souvenirs markets.
Bellas Artes National Museum
Bellas Artes National Museum is an art museum that founded since 1896. It has 32 exhibition rooms that display a complete collection of famous artists such as Goya, Van Gogh & Rodin, and Rendir.
In San Telmo, there are many old buildings as the center of antique stuffs trading in Buenos Aires.
Things you must know before departing to Buenos Aires:
The summer time in Argentina is between November to April.
Using public transportations such as bus or train are most recommended. The car rent or taxi fare in Argentina is very expensive.
Argentineans do not speak English or only few of them. It is better to have your dictionary or a travel guide.