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BUENOS AIRES TRAVEL GUIDE

Buenos Aires Argentina Travel Buenos Aires Travel Guide - It is easy to sightsee in Buenos Aires because of the way it is laid out. The city is laid out in a triangle. It has major shopping, eating and accommodation areas within its city limits. There are lots of great architectural sights and there is a very pleasing atmosphere, which is part of its charm.

If you are the least bit interested in the dance called the tango, Carlos Garde’s tomb is in this city and you’ll want to place a visit to his burial site. You’ll see palaces that are part Spanish and part British but are really French, which is interesting to say the least. Some are now open for the public to see. This is where you’ll find some of Buenos Aires finest museums, Palermo’s Mueseo de lute Decorativo, Belgrano’s Museo de Art Espanol and Reetrio Museo de Arte Hispansamericano. All are beautiful and you should spend time visiting them. Evita is buried at La Resoleta one of the world’s most astonishing cemeteries and many tourists visit this site.

Buenos Aires City TouristThere is a Sunday gaucho fair in Metadoras which offers live festive music, lots of great foods and horsemen galloping through the streets. If you are visiting over a Sunday you’ll wish to see this most awesome sight. Buenos Aires has many sports venues, The National Polo Field and huge parks such as Parque 3de Fedreko and a Japanese Garden. Beautiful sights as you walk along the countryside.

There are three areas, Avendida General Paz to the West, The Riva Plate to the Northeast and South is Riachuelo. It is easy to get around in Buenos Aires because one long street runs down the middle of these areas called Avenda Rivadvia. Supposedly it is the longest street in the world and it runs for 200 blocks. Plaza de Mao is the city’s foundational square. Casa Rosada is the Governmental Palace. Tero Colon is the Buenos Aires Opera house and all three of these places great tourist attractions to visit.

Buenos Argentina Tourist InformationIn Buenos Aires you’ll just love to wander among the streets and the scenery. Barrio Norte is known for its palaces, plazas and parks. You’ll spend hours just taking in all the sights as Buenos Aires is a very beautiful city.

 

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