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  • Argentina's capital is a fascinating and bustling city.
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  • Buenos Aires has maintained an ?Old Europe' spirit that is immediately apparent on arrival. However, the rhythms of the tango and the dancers in black you pass in the San Telmo district very quickly prove the opposite. The Argentinean capital can be visited from the port district to the pastel facades of the Boca and the most elegant area of la Recoleta, but is above all lived on a café terrace, or ...
    © Jens Ickler / 123RF
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Argentina

Buenos Aires has maintained an ?Old Europe' spirit that is immediately apparent on arrival. However, the rhythms of the tango and the dancers in black you pass in the San Telmo district very quickly prove the opposite. The Argentinean capital can be visited from the port district to the pastel facades of the Boca and the most elegant area of la Recoleta, but is above all lived on a café terrace, or at night in a Palermo cabaret. Every street in the city has its own theme: calle Corrientes has theatres and musical comedies, calle Levada has the Seventh Art, calle Santa Fe has art galleries, bookshops and tearooms, and calle Florida, a pedestrian street, has luxury shops. In the centre, the Casa Rosada (pink house) where the Head of State lives, and the Teatro Colon, the largest theatre in the world, must be seen.
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Buenos Aires: the key figures

Surface area : 1,068,301 sq mi km2

Population : 38,700,000 inhabitants

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