⇔Buenos Aires, Argentina⇔

Popular for its rich history, fine dining, and exotic sights

Exquisite Cuisine

Make sure to check out the best cuisine of South America in Buenos Aires. Beef is obviously the most popular and perfected food in all of Argentina. In summer, when you get exhausted, grab an Italian ice cream on one of the many street side shops. Also, wine made from locally grown grapes will be your favorite drink in Buenos Aires (if you're over the age of 21). In any temperature, the Matambre will be sure to make your taste buds sing. It is a steak stuffed with vegetables and more meat. Don't eat too much, or else you won't be able to walk to all the other amazing attractions that Buen Aires has to offer.

History and The Arts

Figure out what happened to Buenos Aires since it was founded in 1580. Settle down like Pedro de Mendoza who was looking for gold in the 1500s. From 1880 to the start of World War I was called the golden age for Argentina because Europeans moved over to the Buenos Aires area. Later on, swoop into a museum and gaze at the colorful art that expressed the craziness of life that was inspired by France and Spain. In the early 20th century, Argentina was said to be the most powerful country in the world. Maybe you can be the most rich in Buenos Aires' history in the early 21st century!
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Tourism, Activities and Entertainment

Burn some calories by playing sports, or just simply relax in some unique theaters. If you're tired from a long day in Benos Aires, go over to a movie theater where they have every genre that you can think of. And if you are felling fancy, you can go to the Theatro Colon, which features music, ballet, opera, and plays. When you're energized enough to play, try the national sport. Futball is like soccer and is an all-time favorite. If you have enough money left over, you can play tennis or go to an exclusive club where you can play tennis or go yachting or power boating. Make sure to rest sometimes or else you won't be able to see all the other things Buen Aires has to offer.

Statues to Bridges

Check out some famous landmarks that are sure to make your friends green with envy! If you see a lot of statues of the same person, don't be surprised. Jose de San Martin is often called the "Liberator" because of his heroic fight to get independence from Spain. Another famous landmark is the Plaza de Mayo. It is a square in the middle of the city. In fact, the city itself was built around it! It also has a tall obelisk, looking almost exactly like the Washington Monument. If you're into photography, you can go to the Palacia Borolo. It's an old beige building that's sure to stand out. There, the best panoramic photos can be taken. And if you're still looking for more, head on over to the Puentedela Mujer. It is a sleek bridge overlooking a river. Buenos Aires has a ton of historical sights. Be sure to check some out!


If you don't know what language people speak in Buenos Aires, the answer is below. If you don't speak Spanish, the official language, don't worry, many people's second language is English. In Buenos Aires, Spanish is spoken in a variety of accents. And if you're European, you're in luck. Over 40% of people living in Buenos Aires are European. Hopefully you'll make it past the language barrier. Good luck!

Climate and Weather

If you don't know when to go to Buenos Aires, Just read. Since Buenos Aires is located in the southern hemisphere, the seasons are the opposite. So, December, January, and Febuary are Summer months, March, April, and May are Fall months, June, July, and August are Winter months, and the rest of the year is Spring. During the Spring, the temperature ranges from about 13-25˚C. This is the most popular time to go. IF you don't want the city to be packed with tourists, the least crowded time of year is October. Try not to go during the Winter, Because it can get really cold.

Where is Buenos Aires?


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