Buenos Aires

Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Recoleta, Buenos Aires

When we talk about Recoleta, we mean both the residential neighbourhood of the City of Buenos Aires, and the Cultural Center and Cemetery that is located within it. The neighbourhood The Recoleta neighbourhood emerged at the end of the 18th century, when farms in the...

Buenos Aires underground

Buenos Aires underground

Also known as "Subte," it is the oldest underground in South America and the southern hemisphere. On December 1st, 1913, Line A was inaugurated, which linked the Plaza de Mayo and the Plaza 11 of September (now Plaza Miserere). More than 100 years later, it now has...

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

My favourite place in Buenos Aires is Puerto Madero, the youngest neighbourhood in the city. At the end of the 19th century, the aim was to provide the City of Buenos Aires with a good port infrastructure. The project of the merchant Eduardo Madero located the port...

Buenos Aires and the tango

Buenos Aires and the tango

It is believed that tango emerged towards the end of the 19th century, when European immigrants, many from the lower classes, missed their origins and the women they had left on land. Some went to brothels and while they waited, they created a very masculine dance...

Buenos Aires in 2 days

Buenos Aires in 2 days

Day 1 The best way to visit Buenos Aires in 2 days is by starting the tour at Teatro Colón, located in San Nicolás neighbourhood. It is considered to be one of the most important lyric theaters in the world. It was restored in 2008 and reopened for the bicentennial of...

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