Three Reasons Why: Buenos Aires

Three Reasons Why Buenos Aires

Reason One: Cultural Entertainment

Buenos Aires is often referred to as the “Europe of South America” as it is reminiscent of many European cities, while still maintaining its Latin culture and flair. Tree-lined cobble stone streets decorate the avenues in Buenos Aires weaving beautiful paths throughout the city dotted with numerous cafés all serving exceptional coffee and Argentinian empanadas. It is commonplace to see locals enjoying leisure walks and lunch breaks in green parks, which honor the rich history of Argentina by way of beautifully artistic and opulent monuments. The architecture in Buenos Aires is especially similar to classic European cities thanks to a mix of influences from the Old World, which stem back from before Argentina declared its independence from Spain in 1816.

Classical structures can be observed throughout the city including the landmark can’t miss spot: Teatro Colon. This exceptional theater is among the top 3 opera houses in the world, housing some of the most sought after performances in history. The stage has been home to stars like Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, and Mikhail Barishnikov. 

Reason Two: Architecture

The architecture in Buenos Aires is especially similar to classic European cities thanks to a mix of influences from the Old World, which stem back from before Argentina declared its independence from Spain in 1816. Classical structures can be observed throughout the city including the landmark can’t miss spot: Teatro Colon. This exceptional theater is among the top 3 opera houses in the world, housing some of the most sought after performances in history.

But thanks to various influences from the Old World, no one style stands out. Walking through Buenos Aires you’ll see Italian Renaissance-style palaces alongside modern apartment buildings. All this results in an architectural wonderland in which cathedrals, and impressive skyscrapers live harmoniously side-by-side.

Reason Three: Shopping/Food

You can find some of the best shopping in the world in Palermo – one of the trendiest parts of Buenos Aires. From boutique shops to designer brands, Palermo is a shopper’s paradise.  A few blocks further you can find beautiful antique treasures and bohemian boutiques in San Telmo. Aside from great shopping, Buenos Aires offers one of the best culinary experiences in the world. The city is home to an array of international top-notch restaurants but the ‘wow factor’ is in the Argentinean meat. There is no better place on earth than Argentina to indulge in spectacular prime cuts accompanied by a perfectly paired glass of wine.

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