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The streets of Buenos Aires are full of atmosphere both day and night. The nightclubs are open until dawn, and some record stores, bookstores and newsstands. Emphasize its theaters for the variety and quality of its shows, world famous.
Buenos Aires is a very pleasant and entertaining, without doubt one of the most attractive cities in Latin America.
Here we tell you about the main attractions the city has for you.
An elegant and exclusive Recoleta neighborhood of tree-lined streets, where the main attractions are its cafes and restaurants, antique shops, a cultural complex and the Recoleta Cemetery, a place with bilingual guided tours where you will learn more about urban legends and myths city.
Casa Rosada (Balcarce 50) is the seat of the Presidency of the Republic, on whose balcony became the most important speeches in the history of Argentina. The interior of the building has several points of interest but only the museum is available for public tours.
Metropolitan Cathedral (Avenida Rivadavia and San Martín) The architecture adopted is that of a church without towers and 12 columns representing the apostles. On the right side of the cathedral is the Mausoleum with the remains of Argentine liberation hero, General San Martin.
Apple of the Lights (Bolivar, A. Alsina, Peru and Moreno) is a collection of buildings related to the history and culture of Buenos Aires, where he hides the oldest church in the city and tunnels of the colonial era.
Café Tortoni (Avenida de Mayo 825) More than a coffee, Tortoni is a symbol of Buenos Aires and the tango and so is worth a visit.
Teatro Colón (Cerrito and Tucumán) is very proud to own one of Buenos Aires’s best opera houses in the world. Although it is not possible to attend a show be sure to take a guided tour and meet him on the inside.
Caminito: An excerpt from a single block located in the heart of La Boca, populated by street performers and tango soul.