Passionate and Contrast Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires connotes usually tango or football. The capital of Argentina is a city of contrasts. There are many ancient Spanish quarters near the skyscrapers in Buenos Aires.

The old part of the city reminds Paris, London and Madrid at the same time. New districts consist of the skyscrapers, modern buildings and large offices. The city is rich in greenery, parks and boulevards.

Districts in Buenos Aires

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Monserrat is a historical district. May Square is the heart of this district. Here you will see majestic historical buildings and landmarks.

La Boca is the poorest and the most popular neighbourhood at the same time. The tourists love this district. Here you will find famous La Bombonera Stadium and home arena of Boca Juniors that Diego Maradona played for.

Palermo is one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods in the city. There are many parks and gardens here. This neighbourhood is known for its high concentration of psychoanalysts and psychiatrists, that is why people call it Villa Freud.

Microcentro is a business district in Buenos Aires. The banks, offices of the international companies and headquarters of the large corporations are located there.

Puerto Madero is the most prestigious district in the city. There are many offices, apartments and expensive restaurants.

Entertainment and places of interest

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The acquaintance with Buenos Aires you should start with Lezama Park. According to the legend here Spanish Conquistador Pedro de Mendoza’s landing on what became the first failed attempt to establish Buenos Aires in 1536.

Afterwards, you should visit the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral. This is the main Catholic church in the city. Actually, the whole architecture of Buenos Aires is beautiful, for example, the Palace of the Argentine National Congress or La Casa Rosada.

In the National Museum of Fine Arts, you can see many various art objects of the last two centuries.

Of course, you should necessarily visit the famous Teatro Colón. It is ranked the third best opera house in the world by National Geographic and is acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world. The excursions take place every day here.

Climate and weather

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Buenos Aires experiences a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons. The weather here is always very good. Summer lasts from December until February. The average temperature during that time is +24°C. Winters are mild with the daily temperature of +12°C. There are also practically no precipitations in the city.