Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina. It is located on the shore of the La Plata River and it is well known for its European architecture and its wide range of cultural activities on offer.
In this city the Tango was born, which is why there are many shows and places where the Tango music and dance can be enjoyed. Buenos Aires also offers a wide variety of restaurants where visitors can enjoy traditional foods, such as "asado" (barbecue), as well as international dishes that are common in this region due to the immigration of different communities from all around the world.
The Obelisco is the iconic monument of the Buenos Aires city. It was built in 1936, for the Fourth Centenary of the foundation of the city, on the exact place where the National Flag was hoisted for the first time.Map of Obelisco
The Colon Theatre is considered one of the best theatres in the world. Guided tours are offered during any time of the year.Map of Teatro Colon
The Japanese Garden was created by the Japanese community in Buenos Aires. It represents a typical park of Japan, with its lakes, bridges and waterfalls. Inside it there is a cultural center, a restaurant, a greenhouse and a gift shop.Map of Japanese Garden
The Floralis Generica is a sculpture given as a gift to Buenos Aires by the Argentinian architect Eduardo Catalano. Located in the center of the Plaza de Las Naciones, it represents an important meeting point for young people and families willing to spend a day outdoors.Map of Floralis Genérica
The Mujer (Woman) Bridge is a pedestrian bridge designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava Valls. It is located in Puerto Maderos, one of the newest and most modern neighborhoods of Buenos Aires.Map of Mujer Bridge
Also known as "El Monumental", it is one of the largest and most popular stadiums of Argentina. Its modern facilities are used to practice more than 60 different types of sports and it also offers primary and bachelor education.Map of River Plate Stadium