It is a great (and huge) European-looking city with an fabulous LatinVibe.
Next to state of the art modern buildings there are beautiful examples of colonial architecture. It is packed with parks and interesting museums. Its boulevards are immense, but just around the corner there are tiny cobbled alleys. There is a good reason it is called “The Paris of South America.”
And as if this was not enough already, there are gorgeous little cafés where the porteños (how people living in Buenos Aires are called) like to meet; trendy bars and night clubs; milongas where even the most reluctant ones will be seduced by tango; restaurants that serve delicious local and international food; fantastic shopping opportunities.
Not to mention, one thing that can’t be missed when visiting Argentina is watching a polo match and there is hardly a better place todo so than Argentina Polo Day. Most of those who spend their holidays in Argentina may well try to make the most of it in a few days.