Plaza de Mayo
The historical country’s birthplace, where you find the Government House, the National Cathedral, the former City Hall, and many other important buildings.
Contains the graves of presidents, Nobel Prize winners, and many other notable people of Argentina
The largest neighborhood in town, full of entertainment, that offers boundless cafe, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, parks, museums, and shops.
Fascinating hipster itineraries, including large pieces by world-class artists, abstract works and tributes to famous people.
This city is the cradle of this dance, which is very significant to the culture of the country.
Incredible passion for this sport, during a match it is normal to see drums, flares, people singing all game long, and giant banners and flags.
San Antonio de Areco
The traditional gaucho town
The Argentine national sport
The delta area
The international airport, located in Ezeiza. It is also possible to fly to important domestic destinations (Iguazu, Calafate, Bariloche, Mendoza).
The domestic airport located in the north of Buenos Aires, next to the Rio de la Plata. It is also possible to fly to bordering countries (Uruguay, Brazil, Chile).
Located in the brand new area Puerto Norte, next to Retiro neighborhood, the Benito Quinquela Martin is the terminal for all the international cruiseships.