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Highlights in Buenos Aires
- The Tango Shows in the La Boca Quarter
- A stroll along the Avenida Corrientes
- A visit to Reserva Ecologica de Buenos Aires
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Buenos Aires means Tango, the best steaks in the world and an unbelievable chaos that is unbeatable in its beauty. The metropolis, which is also often called the "Paris of South America", inspires by its contrasts, its living art and culture scene and by numerous sights. But to find a vacation rental directly in the city might be difficult, as there are more at the outskirts or in the suburbs of Buenos Aires.
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Location and orientation
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is the country's economic and cultural center - about one third of all inhabitants live in the city or in the direct catchment area. The city is located at the mouth of the rivers Rio Parana and Rio Uruguay into the Atlantic Ocean, the Rio de la Plata, which is rather muddy due to the loamy mud and makes bathing almost impossible. Buenos Aires has two airports of its own: the Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini de Ezeiza, about 40 kilometres from the city centre, from where flights to Germany depart. The smaller Aeroparque Jorge Newbery serves only national flights and flights to the neighbouring countries of Argentina.
Did you know there are more than 3,500 restaurants in Buenos Aires? And that doesn't even include the countless food trucks and markets with delicacies! Probably the best known speciality: empanadas, spicy filled dumplings
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Buenos Aires is synonymous with the country's national dance, the fiery tango. No wonder, then, that the explosive and hot tango shows can be admired everywhere. But in the district La Boca and there especially on the street "Caminito" every time of day is tango time. And if you want to dance yourself, then you should visit one of the numerous tango bars, the "Milongas", which are everywhere in Buenos Aires.2. a stroll along the Avenida Corrientes
The Avenida Corrientes, about 7.5 kilometres long, is located in the eastern part of Puerto Madero and is not called "The Broadway of South America" for nothing. There are countless theatres, musicals and cabarets, but also bars and milongas. The perfect place to first follow a dance show and then swing your own leg before returning to your holiday home.3. a visit to the Reserva Ecologica de Buenos Aires
The lowland area on the banks of the Rio de la Plata was once a popular beach. But due to the rapid growth of the Argentine capital and the rubble that was dumped in the course of road construction, bathing was soon out of the question. The area was left to its own devices and nature reclaimed it. Today you can see typical Pampas vegetation and its inhabitants, including flamingos, parrots, pampas hares and beaver rats on the trails through the park.
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