Leather and Fur purchased in Buenos Aires, can be exported only if they have receipts from stores. Cheques should by also kept after the purchase of art objects and antiques.
You can start your acquaintance with remarkable points of the city from a walk on July 9 Avenue. This lovely street was designed in the end of the 19th century. Here you will find beautiful old...
Severe changes in temperature and unexpected rain showers during one day are normal here, so tourists are recommended to take a raincoat when they want to make a walk. While preparing to the trip, make sure you have warm clothes with you.
Public transportation system is well-developed in Buenos Aires, so you can easily travel on the city by buses. Many buses run through the city almost around the clock, tickets can be purchased from the driver. You can also buy a special ticket pass that will help you to save.
Tips in restaurants and bars are included to the total sum of the bill. You may want to reward a waiter with an additional sum; usually visitors leave around 5 - 10% of the bill, but this should be done only after the waiter brings change.
Travellers, who want to bring gifts and souvenirs to their Argentine friends, will need to keep receipts for all goods. The same should be done if you want to export souvenirs to your country.
Tango evenings, which are often held in local cultural centers, are not very cheap entertainment. On weekends performances with best dancers are conducted on the main squares of the city. Such events are free.