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Holidays To Bueno Aires

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Go on a holiday to Buenos Aires for an experience that feels like it is set in Europe but has the edgy vibe and energy of a Latin American destination. It is a city that will instantly charm you with its European architecture, cafes, parks and boulevards while the city also throbs with passionate and edgy nature of its welcoming locals. To truly enjoy your holiday in Buenos Aires walk along the busy bustling streets that expose you to some of the craziness and vibrancy that is party of the city’s appeal. Food is one of the greatest pleasures while on holiday and Buenos Aires more that delivers with a variety of cuisine to choose from including, French, Thai, Indian and Brazilian which are just a sample of what is on offer. This city is perfect for those looking to indulge in retail therapy as well. And what holiday to Buenos Aires would be complete without learning and indulging in the sensuous Tango? This is the birthplace of this dance that captivates the spectator and is irresistible to the dancer. Travel Center all inclusive holidays to Buenos Aires allow you to concentrate on enjoying every moment of your holiday. All your needs are taken care of from flight tickets to accommodation so book holidays to Buenos Aires today and start practicing your tango!


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -3:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Aerolineas, Iberia, Air europa, United airways, Air France


Spanish, Italian, Levantine Arabic, Quechua, German

Best Time to Travel

June to September

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Bus, Taxi, Car, Trams, Ferry

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1.00 GBP = 19.40 ARS

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Puerto Madero

Sitting along the Rio de la Plata waterfront Puerto Madero is home to tall modern buildings and is the largest urban conclave in the capital city. It was Buenos Aires main port up until the late 19th century. By 1989 the port was given a facelift and old warehouse buildings were transformed into classy restaurants, chic shops and elegant residences. Interestingly all streets in Puerto Madero are named after women.

Museo Nacional de Belles Artes

The National Museum of Fine Arts located in Recoleta is compared to the Louvre. It is home to a magnificent collection of art works by renowned Argentinian and European artists. Entrance is free and is quite a bonus for viewing one of the largest collections of art from Middle Ages to the 20th century.

Teatro Colon

The theatre opened in 1908 and was influenced by varied artists; which is why any culture buff will notice an eclectic blend in architectural styles. The opening performance at the theatre was ‘Aida’ by Verdi. Do plan on catching an event at the Teatro Colon.

Carlos Thays Botanical Garden

French landscape artist Carlos Thays moved to Buenos Aires at the age of 40; he then proceeded to change the landscape of Buenos Aires around the early 19th and 20th centuries, by adding a number of verdant parks. The best is the Botanical Garden home to 5,000 plant species and tranquil nooks and corners.

El Obelisco

El Obelisco is a 223 foot monument that dominates the city centre of Buenos Aires. It was constructed in 1936 as a commemoration to the 400th anniversary of the city’s foundation. It stands at a point regarded as the widest street in the world.

Café Tortoni

This is Argentina’s oldest café and judging by the number of visitors – the most famous. A Frenchman started the café in 1858 in the style of Parisian cafes. It is a good place to relax with coffee and cake and chat up the writers and artists. It also the best place to watch a Tango dance being performed.

Plaza Dorrego

Love antiques and curios? Then head over to Sunday Market at Plaza Dorrego. This is one of the oldest and most famous squares in Buenos Aires which was started in the 18th century by farmers selling their produce. Watch the Tango dancers perform, browse the cafes and enjoy the friendly vibes.


Situated in the La Boca neighbourhood colourful Caminito Street was once a riverbed. It is resplendent with colourful buildings and artists hard at work. Also visit the museums there.

Recoleta Cemetery

Home to 4,500 above vaults and 95 being declared National Monuments Recoleta Cemetery is famous for celebrity burials such as Eva Peron.

Plaza de Mayo

Plaza de Mayo is home to Argentina’s oldest national monument; The May Pyramid. It is the hub for political scenarios and buildings. Ideal for a dose of history and culture it has been in existence since 1810.