Buenos Aires

Buenos AiresArgentina

The heartbeat of Argentina

This throbbing cosmopolitan city is surprisingly European and defined by unique and charming neighbourhoods. Music fills the streets of Argentina resounding in every alleyway, including in the capital of Buenos Aires. Here you can let yourself be carried away by the tango fever. Besides, you perfectly get to know the Argentinean attitude to life by enjoying a typical empanada, a juicy steak, and a glass of fantastic red wine. Take a stroll across the charming alleyways and discover the colourful cityscape of this metropolis.

In Buenos Aires you will find some green oases that invite you to relax, like the botanical garden or the low land next to Puerto Madero. Others are perfect for teeing off a golf ball. And thanks to mild temperatures, it hardly ever gets cold in Buenos Aires. Travellers who have more time at their disposal for their holidays in Argentina, are warmly recommended to consider touring the country. The wide expanses of grassland steppes, the dramatic Andes mountains and subtropical forests are awaiting. A level of diversity of natural landscapes for hiking lovers and experience seekers.



Facts & figures

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    14:30 h

  • Distance

    11500 km

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Edelweiss tips for Buenos Aires

This is the most beautiful bookstore I have seen so far! The El Ateneo Grand Splendid is a bookshop in a former theater with a small café.

Esther Kern

Cabin Crew Member

Sightseeing in your Argentinia holidays

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    Buenos Aires is a lively and versatile world metropolis. From impressive architecture, to historical sites and a wide range of cultural activities - this city has a lot to offer for everyone. View in maps
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    In La Boca, the colourful corrugated metal houses along the Caminito and the La Bombonera football stadium provide a perfect postcard backdrop of the city. View in maps
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    Buenos Aires is the world capital of tango. Originating in the second half of the 19th century, tango is a fusion of the musical styles of immigrants from Spain, Italy, Eastern Europe and Africa. View in maps
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    The city’s impressive opera house, the Teatro Colón, is just a short walk from the square. Renowned worldwide for its excellent acoustic and stunning architecture. View in maps
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    If you set off on a round trip in Argentina, there are two must-sees for you: the waterfalls of Iguazu and the impressive landscape of Patagonia with its gigantic glaciers. View in maps
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    The Iguazu Waterfalls are located in the 3 country corner of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. They are one of the largest and most powerful waterfalls in the world, along with Niagara Falls in Canada and Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. An overwhelming natural spectacle that you shouldn’t miss. View in maps

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