Buenos Aires Argentina

Buenos Aires Argentina

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Buenos Aires Argentina is located near the center of Argentina on the Rio de Plate river. It is the largest city in Argentina with over 13 million people in the greater Buenos Aires area.

All roads into Argentina begin in Buenos Aires usually at the international airport. For more informattion about the airport and the best was into the city, click on the “Tourist Tips” tab on the menu to your left.

Steeped in fascination history, filled with beautiful people, easy on the pocket book, and one of the friendliest big cities in the world.

This mega metropolis offers a wide spectrum of adventures for the tourist. And if you are traveling on a budget, you you could not choose a better distination to visit right now.

Buenos Aires is generally the jumping off point to the rest of the country. And in Argentina, there is a lot to see. All kinds of terrain and outdoor activity is abundent as well as excellent Argentina wine and Argentina beef and agriculture production.

In Buneos Aires, there is an endless supply of things to do. Shopping, nightlife, great restaurants, theater, and fantastic Buenos Aires tours.

Some of the highlights in Buenos Aires include Tango dancing, fantastic architecture, parilla grilled beef, the Recoleta Cemetery, museums, Evita history, Tango shows and more.

But no matter what you do, you will be gald you came and did it. It is one of the most unique places on the planet.

Please serach this website for more indepth information about Argentina travel and Buenos Aires Argentina.


About the author of this blog.

Tom Wick is an American expat living in Buenos Aires. An expert travel consultant and tour guide offering free travel inforamtion and private guided tours of Buenos Aires.

Contact Me

Please write to me about any Buenos Aires Argentina travel information or about living in Buenos Aires as an expat. tangohistorytours@gmail.com

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