The capital has the most European influence in South America.
This place is a conjunction of customs and European architecture.
This setting, which land is “La Pampa”, offers the
visitor the curiosity, the joy, the beauty and the nostalgia
of “tango”. The canteens of “La Boca”
neighborhood, offer endless activities concentrated in “La
Recoleta” or “San Telmo” which are traditional
places of colonial architecture and of stories, legends and
tales of “guapos” and “malevos”, characters
from the beginning of the century that have inspired the romanticism
of writers such as Borges.
Buenos Aires also offers its big parks like “El Rosedal”,
the picturesque 9 de Julio avenue which is the widest avenue
in the world, and “El río de la Plata” with
its famous “Costanera”.
This city is the cultural centre of Latin America and the tenderness
of its inhabitants make the visitors feel as if they were at
home. Traveling from the city to the rural areas, where the
traditions of the “gaucho” and well-farmed fields
are, one can say that the charm of this beautiful country will
never end. In Buenos Aires, you can also find numerous well-known
beaches such as “Mar del Plata”.
Furthermore, the Natural Science Museum and one of the Gothic
Cathedrals, both of great importance in Latin America, are
in this place. Buenos Aires: its poetic name reflects the generosities
of these lands, a different place in America’s wealth.