Buenos Aires, capital city of the Argentine Republic, is the biggest city in the country with 33% of its whole population. It is considered the big cosmopolitan door towards South America.
More than 11 million inhabitants turn it into one of the biggest metropolis in the World. It is often called the “Paris of South American” for its enriched European heritage that can be observed on its wide boulevards and its impressive buildings characteristic of the baroque style.
It is also one of the most active and elegant cities of South America and, in some way, it is the core of the variety of the Argentine people. The city features an amazing architecture amalgam and multiple art works: from a huge variety of sculptural groups and monuments up to streets and corners amazing us with their relieves and mural paintings. Art lovers will find different art galleries and art museums circuits.
Sports fans can visit the Bombonera, football stadium in the middle of La Boca neighborhood, or they can walk around the Bosques de Palermo, the biggest park in the City. Those who have enjoyed Evita musical can visit her museum as well as the emblematic Recoleta Cemetery, where they can find Evita’s grave.
In spite of its modern buildings and frenetic activity, the City has preserved its ancient traditions and charming corners. One is enchanted by its atmosphere, the characteristic personality of each one of its neighborhoods, its people warmth and the large offer of commercial and cultural opportunities.
Buenos Aires has always outstood for its cultural level offer. Museums, cinemas, theatres, musicals, variety arts and shows present an unlimited variety of entertainment possibilities. And, of course, it is the World’s Tango Capital.