¡Hola! ¿Qué tal? Those who have not wished to know Buenos Aires cast the first stone! The Argentine capital is the main city that Brazilians visiting abroad, a fact which can be explained not only by proximity to Brazil, but also by the huge variety of things to see and do. With each trip, a new surprise: more sights, more restaurants, more shops and the same charm as always. Buenos Aires is a complete destination, perfect for tourism and to get to know a new culture. Even with the crisis is facing the country, the capital remains a great place to find bargains and return with suitcases crammed with new acquisitions.
What to do in Buenos Aires
Live day and night, filled with lots of cars and honking in traffic, Buenos Aires is one of the major cities of South America and stands out for having space for all audiences. Urbanization with European tone and crowded parks on Sundays are an invitation for hiking or cycling until your legs get tired. And when fatigue comes, how about a steak dinner of chorizo and enjoy a good wine? The best thing is that to eat well is not necessary to spend a lot.
Buenos Aires city tour
Take a day to visit classics places such as the Caminito, which is a street museum and a traditional alley, located in La Boca, a neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina that full of colorful houses and souvenir shops. Go to the Plaza de Mayo with its La Casa Rosada, which is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina. The palatial mansion is known officially as Casa de Gobierno, which means “House of Government” or “Government House” in English language. Walk through July 9 – the widest avenue in the world – and watch closely a national historic monument and icon of Buenos Aires: the Obelisk, and the main opera house in the city: Teatro Colón. Walk through Puerto Madero and feel the atmosphere of the modern district.
Buenos Aires Nightlife
At the end of the day, enjoy the buzz around the Plaza Serrano, which is near to Palermo City, a great place to have a coffee or a quick bite, and also good for starting the night, a wide choice of nightlife in Buenos Aires can often be overwhelming deciding where to go out, from the intimacy of the small DJ Bars to the pulsating floors of the major nightclubs, Buenos Aires has something to offer everyone.
Tango show Buenos Aires
Enjoying nightlife in Buenos Aires means you can spend finding loads of bars and pubs, or a tango taste in some of the many venues in the city, including La Divina Milonga Tango bar in San Telmo, Club Gricel Tango bar in San Cristobal, or La Catedral Tango bar in Almagro. Not to mention you may as well try a relaxed Zen atmosphere at Chalmers Bar & Botanical Garden, where you can enjoy an American or English cooked breakfast in the sunny garden during the day, or a cocktail and a gourmet burger during the evening.
Club Gricel Tango bar in San Cristobal
Restaurants in Buenos Aires
Try the tasty steak in a busy steakhouse of Las Cabras where locals and tourists love to visit, or go to Christophe French Restaurant to enjoy a warm and intimate atmosphere with stylish interior decor whose menu offers remarkable vegetarian options as well a good choice of meat dishes. Other choices of meals are proposed through out the city, such as the Mid-Eastern restaurant of Sarkis, Italian restaurant of Due Ladroni, sushi restaurant of Little Rose, or fusion restaurant of Azema Exotic Bistro that stands out as a fashionable and popular restaurant whose well-travelled owner uses a conjunction of worldwide influences to prepare the specialties.
Other than restaurants, bars, and pubs, variety of nightclubs can also seduce your holidays even more overwhelming. The music clubs like Fiesta Bubamara, which is probably the only Balkan party around the city that takes place in a different venue each month, or a modern, purpose-built club out on the Costanera Norte, called Jet that attracts a fashionable crowd, Podesta Super Club de Copas underground club that offers from alternative rock to upbeat techno, and even the very popular Crobar club that has locals and foreigners queuing up outside every weekend, all names and any other names of clubs in Buenos Aires undoubtedly know how to welcome visitors who want to spend some crazy, wild nightlight atmospheres
Cold and heat, flowering parks and classic architecture, high street shops and modern malls, day trips and nightlife – Buenos Aires is a city for people of all ages, all tastes and preferences, and their potential is exactly to please so many people that makes the city so special. Do not leave without knowing the tasty dulce de leche ice cream and the Freddo chocolate bar for you!