An astonishing metropolis
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Buenos Aires is an astonishing metropolis that resembles Europe but with a dash of the avant-garde Latin American style. Glamorous and vibrant, this is a very special place, beautiful in its own unique way, resilient and creative.
The energy and bustle of modern Buenos Aires is most evident in the city centre—the locus of entertainment, shopping, and café-going.
This grandiose city with wide avenues and a lively cosmopolitan flair is more European than Latin American in character. Despite having little colonial architecture and few landmark buildings, Buenos Aires is chiefly a city of distinctive neighbourhoods that have their own meeting places, generally coffeehouses or bars.
Spread out on the southwest of the Río de la Plata, the city exists as a series of stand-alone neighborhoods. Each district possess its own distinct charm. There is the bohemian San Telmo, known for its historic streets and bustling antiquities markets, or working-class La Boca, home to colorful houses and Argentina's beloved soccer club. The sparkling new dockland of Puerto Madero feels far-removed from the old-word elegance of Recoleta or the leafy boulevards of Palermo, where a collection of ultra-hip cafés, boutiques and bars draw in a young, carefree crowd.
The City that doesn't sleep has a lot to offer when it comes to bars and nightclubs. Be preperad to stay up all night! BA's diverse range of bars, clubs and live-music venues offer something for everyone, from DJs spinning electronic music to live jazz sets.
The Tango began as a way for slaves to express themselves, and later it became common at large house parties. Now, you can see the best tango dancers in the world perfom in Buenos Aires. This represents the incredible diversity the nation has to offer, with people from different countries and tango cafes and performances.