Sexiest dance, tastiest beef, European-style elegance and the positive chaos of a Latin American city this is Buenos Aires! The city of the tango, long coffee klatches, and great neighbourhoods has a palpating bohemian air emanating from the radiating energy of its inhabitants the Porteños (people of the port). Roam around Parisian-style boulevards and architecture, tidy squares and parks, fine museums, stylish shops and gourmet restaurants. Wander aimlessly in different neighbourhoods, each with its unique personality and spirit. Visit the Pilar Church and the cemetery in the prestigious neighbourhood of Recoleta. Feast your taste buds at Palermo Viejo the gastronomic centre of the city. See the symbols of Argentina at the El Centro neighbourhood. Lose yourself in the timeless neighbourhood of San Telmo the residential district of the colonial times. Give in to the colourful spirit of La Boca the oldest and the most colourful neighbourhood in Buenos Aires! Shake a leg in the city crazy about dance. Enjoy the rhythm and passion of the tango possibly Argentinas most famous export. The sometimes sleazy, sometimes elegant dance tells passionate stories about Argentina and Buenos Aires. Indulge yourself in numerous bars and clubs enjoy the nightlife of nocturnal Buenos Aires! Join the Porteños in their shopping Spree. Get soaked in their mantra of shop till you drop. Get anything and everything in the streets of the city at an incredibly low price. Numerous antiques shops, musical instrument stores, clothing and accessories shops, and shopping malls are there to fascinate you with their amazing collections and competitive prices. And when you are done with shopping, and are ravenously hungry, sink your teeth in the parrillada a local favourite. Get seduced by the old-world elegance and the quintessential Latino charm visit magical Buenos Aires.
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When: Tuesday through Saturday
Approximately 3 hours
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