Buenos Aires is the kind of city to arrive in with plenty of energy. And if you don’t, the city will energise you in no time at all...
With lively streets featuring colourful architecture, restaurants serving up local delights such as provoleta (grilled cheese) and hearty, meaty empanadas, as well as the infectious beats of tango, the Argentinian capital is full of life.
From the rhythmic quarter that is the La Boca district to the more refined Parliament buildings of Plaza de Mayo or La Recoleta, the capital's most sophisticated neighbourhood, Buenos Aires has thrills in store for every kind of traveller.
Best of all, Buenos Aires is a fantastic base to explore a traditional estancia ranch where you can dive deeper into the gaucho culture of the Argentinean plains ranchers and indulge in a traditional asado barbecue.
The Argentinian city is also the birthplace of tango, which originated during the mid-19th century in the working-class areas of the city including San Telmo and La Boca. The style of dance then spread to France, and eventually the wider world, going on to be appointed a UNESCO-listed cultural form. During your holiday, you simply cannot go past witnessing a tango show at Tango Porteño, one of Buenos Aires’ famous hubs of traditional music and dance.
Get lost in the diverse, marvellous streets of Argentina's capital.
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