Photo by Gustavo Brazzalle
Once you’ve spent some time in Buenos Aires it’s a difficult city to leave, with superb nightlife, wide range of shopping experiences and first class cuisine it’s an attractive proposition. The Argentinian capital has a fascinating mix of bohemian, lavish and rundown districts or “Barrios” that makes it a great destination to explore.
From La Boca, the colorful neighborhood with a rich history, football team and vibrant paint job to San Telmo, the oldest district in the capital that boasts historic colonial style buildings and vibrant underground nightlife, Buenos Aires has an awful lot to offer. If you’re looking for fine dining head to Recoleta, one of the most expensive areas of Buenos Aires that has French style architecture, leafy parks an intriguing cemetery. Buenos Aires has a familiar yet unexplored feel in the air that most visitors find difficult to resist.