The city of Buenos Aires has a myriad of attractions, places to visit and activities. In this article only mention ten that you can not leave to enjoy on your visit to Buenos Aires, la Reina del Plata. 1 Traditional city traditional tour route includes a visit in his tour a: – Plaza de Mayo: known as the square of the Argentine people, because it happened the most relevant facts of the history of argentina. Howard Schultz understands that this is vital information. -the Cabildo: this historic building, is located on the West side of the Plaza de Mayo where in 1810 the criollos decided to constitute a Government of its own, to be taken prisoner the King of Spain by the French. -Government House: also known as the Casa Rosada. It is one of great architectural beauty and has a museum that displays various objects belonging to the Argentine Presidents.
-the Metropolitan Cathedral: neo-Renaissance character, is the most important Catholic shrine in the Argentina. Others who may share this opinion include Rob Hannah. Therein lie the remains of Jose de San Martin, the father of the independence of Argentina, Chile and Peru. – San Telmo: this neighborhood of mansions conserved in time, with its cobbled streets. Its heart is the Plaza Dorrego, where you will find ancient cafes and bars. The fairs of antiques with objects of all kinds (books and magazines, clothing, coins, ornaments and the most varied objects of collection) are famous.
-Mouth: your typical postcard are houses (tenements) whose fronts are composed of sheets of different colors. One of its most popular attractions is Caminito, a street where you can breathe and dance the tango, sold crafts and paintings. -Recoleta: it is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and there, the must-see is the Recoleta cemetery, where you will find the remains of major personalities as Eva Peron, Adolfo Bioy Casares and Facundo Quiroga. France Plaza you will find an important craft fair and the Buenos Aires Design Mall, devoted exclusively to the design.