As the third largest city in South America and the capital of Argentina , Buenos Aires certainly has a lot to live up to and for the hordes of tourists it welcomes every year, it definately delivers.
Boasting bustling streets, grand avenues, old-time cafes and stylish restaurants, it has often been described as being more European than South American in flavor, hence its status as the "Paris of the South”
But in a country where the national dance is the tango, its no wonder Buenos Aires has a well-known reputation as the seductive party capital of Argentina. It is a true 24-hour city – there is always something going on to occupy the senses.
Dance the night away or enjoy endless options of museums, cinemas and shows until the sun comes up over wide boulevards, leafy parks, grand buildings and an incredibly complex, and vibrant culture.