Buenos Aires is the one of the top visited tourist place in South America. The city is famous for its outstanding cultural life and architecture that has been influenced by European heritage for more than 400 years. Buenos Aires is the place to take tango lessons.
La Boca is a wonderful colorful neighborhood next to the old port of Buenos Aires and is synonymous with tango, football, houses and colorful bars with Italian roots, one of the city’s most important cultural and tourist centers.
You can take a walking tour of the neighborhood and watch the football game at the famous Boca Stadium, which attracts thousands of Argentines and foreigners or attend a local Tango show where dancers and musicians show their talents. Visit the Kamineto Museum, named after the famous Tango, Outdoor art on cobbled streets, brightly colored houses and original artwork from all over the world that you will not see in such a way anywhere else.
The Cementerio de la Recoleta
Tomb is not just an ordinary cemetery. It is the cemetery where the elite of Buenos Aires and Argentina, including former presidents of the country, Eva Peron, as well as one of Napoleon’s granddaughters were buried. Established in 1822, it contains more than 4,500 of the above-ground cupboards, which have been advertised for about 94 national historical monuments. The cemetery is a good place to see the magnificent marble tombs of the best statues, carved by eminent artists. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) hailed it as one of the best in the world, while CNN considered it one of the 10 most beautiful tombs in the world.
The Palermo Viejo district
Palermo is the largest destination for tourists to see Buenos Aires tourist attractions as well as being one of the best places to stay in the city in terms of furnished apartments, hostels and hotels that differ in style and price. It is a vital part of the city but safe and has many things to do at night and day. It has a large number of bars and trendy clubs and has the best restaurants that will taste the most delicious foods in your life. Palermo has different divisions and has been named to be named Palermo Soho, which is located in New York and there is Hollywood Palermo and those by all the companies of television, radio and film studios.
San Telmo Market is the oldest residential neighborhood in the city and is one of the most important historical centers since the nineteenth century and has many architectural monuments, museums, antique shops and old churches and is a great place to walk on Sunday afternoon where the artisan market is held and then you can visit some of the monuments and Lunch or coffee in a café with stunning façade is the perfect place to get an insight into Argentinian culture.
Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires
The National Museum of Fine Arts is located in Recoleta, the museum of choice for visitors. The museum attracts European and Argentine artists, some of whom consider it a small part of the Louvre. The museum was opened in 1895 and then moved to its present location since 1933. The National Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum in Argentina.
It accepts travelers on Buenos Aires on Sunday to visit the market at the Plaza Dorigo, especially if they are still in the market for antiques. Plaza Dorigu is one of the oldest public squares in Buenos Aires, which has been working since its inception as an 18th century marketplace when farmers filled their carts with products for sale to local residents on Sunday. The antiques market began in early 1970. Visitors can enjoy the area around the square, with the old San Telmo district in the capital. Shoppers can lounge in the outdoor café and watch the dancers for the tango.
The Colón Theater opened in 1908 and the Teatro in Buenos Aires was designed by a series of architects, which explains the selective style of the structure. The Cologne Theater has approximately 2,500 seats and a room for about 1,000 people. The Cologne Theater is considered the world’s largest opera house until the Sydney Opera House was completed in 1973. It remains one of the tourist attractions of Buenos Aires.
Botanical Garden Carlos Thays Botanical Garden
The Zeiss Carlos Botanical Garden is home to more than 5,000 species of plants, accepting visitors to the park as a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of the capital either by walking in winding paths or just sitting on the bench for reading.
Café Tortoni welcomes
Traveling to Tortoni Cafe, the oldest and most famous cafe in Argentina. Built by the French in 1858, it is similar to the Parisian Café, Tortoni is still a popular place to enjoy coffee or as a snack with friends as well as it is a favorite place for writers, painters and other artists. It’s also a good place to see the tango on stage by professional dancers. Tortoni Cafe is located on the Avenue de Mayo, a street that offers many tempting meals with sandwiches, steaks and pastries that look good.
Plaza de Mayo
Starting from the 1810 revolution that led to independence, the Plaza de Mayo became the pivotal point in Argentina’s political life. Many of the city’s main sights are located near the Plaza including Capeldo. In the center of Plaza de Mayo you find the oldest national monument in Buenos Aires. There is a square where the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo gather with signs and pictures to describe their children, who were forcibly disappeared by the junta in 1970.