Ideal duration: 4 - 6 days
Best Time: October to December Read More
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Dance, Tango, and Colour. These are the first couple of words that come to mind when someone mentions Buenos-Aires, the capital city of Argentina, a vibrant country in South America. One of Latin America's most visited destinations, the city sports well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture, mixed in with other European architectural styles around the city and its own unique cultural blend.
A top tourist destination of the world, Buenos Aires has a little something for everyone who comes to her lands for a new experience. The Monsterrat and San Telmo neighbourhoods are the places to be if you are here to understand the history of the city. The most important and grandest structures of the city, such as the pink Casa Rosada, Catedral Metropolitano, and the Cabildo, as well as governmental structures like City Hall and the National Congress, can all be found in these areas. The Italian Quarter is home to the colourful Caminito alley, a symbol of the vibrant and lively nature of the people and culture of Argentina. For a true taste of the base of Buenos Aires' culture, travelling through the streets and neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires like La Boca and Recoleta, or visiting the main square Plaza Dorrego will help you witness the architecture, cultural mix and lifestyle that has helped build the city into what it is today.