The Native American and colonial Spanish roots of Buenos Aires offer a multicultural flair to Argentina's capital city. In the centre, the Plaza de Mayo boasts the iconic, Casa Rosada, the presidential palace and the magnificent 1908 opera house, Teatro Colón. After dark, the thriving nightclubs, live gig venues, cosy bars and tango dancing clubs contribute to the reputation of the city that never sleeps.
Buenos Aires must be one of the most exciting cities in the world to visit with a rich heritage, modern lifestyle, extensive art scene, vibrant nightlife, and local people passionate about dancing and football. The attraction does not stop there, visitors will love the beautiful flower-filled Tres de Febrero park and savour the delicious culinary delights of the famous steaks and Argentinian wine.