The capital of Argentina surely can be called the liveliest city in South America: there life doesn't stop even for a second. In Corrientes Avenue you'll find cafes, kiosks, theatres, shops that are opened from morning till night, even buses go there without night stand. Buenos Aires certainly has European charm, there you can feel the spirit of Paris, Rome, Madrid and it's not surprising: the most of the portenos (as the native call themselves) originate from 'the Old World'. Buenos Aires has population of almost 3 million people, but if we take into account the population of the suburbs, the number will grow to more than 12 million.
In Buenos Aires there are plenty of sights, which can suit every age and taste. To those, who are fond of art, the city can offer a lot of different museums, galleries, theatres and architectural points of interest. Those, who can't imagine their lives without night parties, will be pleased with fabulous clubs and discos, where fun never stops. Also in Buenos Aires take place a lot of cozy parks, where one can hide from the hustle of the big city. You can get real pleasure from visiting museums, restaurants, marvelous monuments and of course tango-shows.
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