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South America’s fashion capital and Argentina’s political capital, Buenos Aires is second largest metropolitan area in South America after Brazil’s Sao Paulo. It has fondly been nicknamed as the Paris of South America, and why not? From beaches to gardens to forests to tango clubs – this city has everything a tourist could possibly want. Take a Buenos Aires flight and discover its rich culture and vibrant theatres.
All international Buenos Aires flights will land at MinistroPistarini International Airport, also known as Ezeiza International Airport. Voted the "2007 best airport in the region" by Skytrax, MinistroPistarini Airport is Argentina’s largest international airport by number of passengers handled. It serves as a hub for various airlines including Argentina’s flag carrier AerolineasArgentinas, and LAN Argentina.
You’ll have plenty of places to visit once your Buenos Aires flight lands. Experience the dazzling lights that illuminate the port at Puerto Madero Waterfront. Puente de La Mujer (bridge of woman) is the newest attraction added to the area. In the evening the area erupts with energy as porteflos congregate in the steak houses and tango. Spend a whole day in Palermo neighbourhood. The area has museum, extravagant mansions, gardens, outdoor markets, as well as good cafes and restaurants. Streets paved with cobble-stone send you back a century. The tapas bar and film studios add glamour to the area.Also, visit Plaza De Mayo, the main square in central Buenos Aires. The Plaza is a hub of Political life in the country whose name honours the May revolution of 1810 that started the movement for freedom from Spanish in 1816. Several of Buenos Aires’ major landmarks are located in this area. The white scarf of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo painted on the ground in the plaza is a main tourist attraction and a revered site for the locals.
Lastly, capture breath-taking panoramic views of the city from Palacio Barolo, a gothic-styled office building constructed in 1923 that stands 100 meters tall! This building was declared to be a national monument in 1977. Italian architect Mario Polanti has designed the building on the cosmology of Dante’s Divine Comedy. The lighthouse at the top can be seen all the way from Montevideo!