The capital of Argentina has the full right to be called the liveliest city in South America. Life here does not stop even for a second. Corrientes Avenue is the place where tourists will find numerous cafes, kiosks, theatres, and shops. All of them are opened from morning till night. Even buses go there without a night pause. Buenos Aires certainly has European charm – this city combines the spirit of Paris, Rome, and Madrid. However, there is nothing surprising in this fact - the majority of portenos (native people use this word to call themselves) originate from 'the Old World'. Buenos Aires has a population of almost 3 million people, but if we take into account the population of the city’s suburbs, then the figure will grow to more than 12 million.
Buenos Aires is rich in various sights and places of interest, which will attract travellers of every age and taste. Visitors, who are fond of art, will be glad to attend various museums, galleries, theatres and architectural places of interest. Travellers, who cannot imagine their lives without night parties, will be pleased with fabulous clubs and discos. Fun and entertainment never stops in them. Buenos Aires is also the location of numerous cozy parks, where one can hide from noise and stress of the big city. You will certainly get real pleasure from visiting numerous museums, restaurants, marvellous monuments and, of course, fantastic tango-shows.
Plaza de Mayo.
Plaza de Mayo is the heart of Buenos Aires. All most important buildings are situated here. Among them tourists will find, for example, Cabido (the building that housed the government during the Colonial Age), the Cathedral, the City Hall and Casa Rosada.
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