Buenos Aires Vacations, Homeland of Tango, Hotels of Buenos Aires

Being the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires is the centre of seductive and exuberant vacation. Buenos Aires has not only varied and diverse physical structure but also elaborate and rich cultural identity. You will join the spirit of Buenos Aires with its national dance, tango. As long as you take step towards Buenos Aires, you will feel the rhythm of the city. 

The first rhythm you feel will be its spectacular sights. Recoleta area represents art, elegance, and leisure and night life, characteristics which concentrate the many characters of the elite. Palermo Parks are the city’s Bois de Boulogne. It is a big park including small ones. Hailed as the most picturesque part of Buenos Aires, San Telmo is said to be the barrio most connected with the Tango. You should visit the world’s most important lyrical theatres, The Colon Theatre. Among the interesting buildings, there is Nuestra Señora de Belén Church, decorative church with an interestingly eclectic façade.

Buenos AiresThe other joyful rhythm is Tango, loved for everybody around the world. Buenos Aires is the homeland of Tango. La Viruta is a popular place that opens every day and offers tango, rock and roll and salsa lessons and practices. But, if you just want to watch it, there are many tango shows held id Buenos Aires. In the city of rhythm, nightlife is undoubtedly brisk. There are many nightclubs, discos, jazz clubs, and other live music venues.

After a tiring and lively day in Buenos Aires, your last rhythm will be the step to your hotel. Like its humming city attractions, it has hospitable hotels for different desires. One of the world’s greatest urban centres that are as alive during the night as it is in the day is Sheraton Libertador Hotel in downtown Buenos Aires.  The La Mansion of the Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires is a restored early 20th century French style mansion adjacent to the main building and across a manicured garden. Located in the midst of the business, and entertainment districts, the Claridge Hotel is one of the traditional alternatives for tourist and business travellers who look for a five-star hotel in Buenos Aires that make them feel comfortable.

In conclusion, to live your vacation in the taste of a joyful song, the exact address is Buenos Aires. Each step will bring you towards a different rhythm by discovering new worlds.

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5 Responses to “Buenos Aires Vacations, Homeland of Tango, Hotels of Buenos Aires”

  1. Ryleigh Romero on September 13th, 2008 5:44 pm

    At the city, u.s. Immigration asked us how long we had been gone. Whenever I have been back to its humming city attractions it has always been with rich cultural identity or my sister so being there without them was very strange for me as I felt they were missing.

  2. Micheal on February 12th, 2009 4:14 pm

    Being the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires is the centre of seductive and exuberant vacation.:)

  3. Tiffany on January 9th, 2010 12:28 pm

    Tango is an amazing dance. What most people don’t know is that it tells sad stories about men that had their heart broken. Anyways, the lyrics are beautiful, and they match the beautiful culture of Argentina. La Cumparsita is very well-known and has millions of fans around the world. Last year I rented a Furnished apartment in Buenos Aires which was located in Caminito, a neighborhood in which is all about tango. I even bought a costume!

  4. Paula on February 25th, 2010 4:08 am

    I read that most of Argentiean people don’t practice tancgo, is this correct? if so, why not? We rented a property with Buenos Aires apartments and we’ll go to a tango show during aur stay in Buenos Aires and I we have some time also take some tango lessons.

  5. Daniele on March 9th, 2010 8:54 am

    I’m very excited, finally I decided to travel to Buenos Aires next spring for one year. I was looking for a Buenos Aires real estate agency that would help me find a nice property in Palermo which is were I decided to stay after reading about the different neighborhoods.

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