Places of Interest
On the eastern side of Plaza de Mayo stands the Casa Rosada (Pink House), named for its distinctive colour. The building houses the Argentine President’s offices.
Seeing Boca Juniors play at La Bombonera, Buenos Aires is one of the world’s top spectator sports experiences. On match days the streets around La Bombonera are a sea of yellow and blue.
This impressive seven-story building is one of BA’s most prominent landmarks in Buenos Aires. It’s the city’s main performing-arts venue and a world-class forum for opera, ballet and classical music.
La Boca is a working-class area with a cluster of attractions near the Riachuelo River. Steakhouses and street artists surround Caminito, a narrow alley flanked by brightly painted zinc shacks.
Puerto Madryn is an Argentine city on the coast of northern Patagonia. It’s got plenty of beaches but the main attraction by far is the appearance of Southern Right Whales.
San Antonio de Areco is a well-preserved provincial town that’s making a name for itself as gaucho central. Take a ride across the pampas and get a taste of country life.
The Tigre Delta is a unique suburb built around the swampy land and meandering waterways that empty from the Rio Paraná into the Rio de la Plata.
Once a retreat for Argentina’s aristocracy, The city of Mar del Plata is the country’s world class beach resort.
These spectacular waterfalls are on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. They are the largest waterfalls system in the world.
Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay, is located on the east bank of the Rio de la Plata, with Buenos Aires a boat ride away.
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