Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city, founded on the banks of the Plata River, with a complex but beautifully designed infrastructure that has made it one of the metropolis with the most tourist attraction in the world.

Buenos Aires has a very well organized transportation system, made up of a wide network of surface and underground trains to which are added modern and comfortable bus units, with an estimated cost per person $0.39 / short journey and $0.71 / trip combined.

The people in Buenos Aires are very friendly, always willing to share their pride in their city, leaving their art and their joy, in a good painting, a book or the memory of the dance of a tango in any of its innumerable squares or boulevards .

Home of one of the most famous football clubs in the city, Boca Junior, is a small conglomerate located in one of the oldest ports of the Rio de la Plata, where immigrants from Genoa, Italy were established. Site full of Art, becoming an open-air museum with free entrance for people of any age. The difficult thing is to return without buying some beautiful subsidy. Since La Boca is located in one of the suburbs of the city, for some it is not so easy to know the best route, so we recommend this application that can help you...

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Latin American Art Museum
Born with the new millennium, it has an important collection of works of art that graphically tell the historical evolution of the Argentine country of much of the last century. It has rooms of Museum, cinema, Shop, R estaurant.Ubicacion: Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415. Your schedule of attention to the public: Thursday to Monday: 12:00 to 20:00. Wednesday: 12:00 to 21:00 Public holidays 12 a 20:00. Price of the General entrance to the Museum is $ 100. Students, retired, half-price disabled and under 5 free. On Wednesdays general admission $ 50 and the rest Free.
The Japanese Garden
Japanese style garden built in Argentina in 1967 to celebrate the visit of Prince Akihito to the country. It is located in the Parque Tres de Febrero in the Palermo neighborhood, in the city of Buenos Aires. The Japanese Garden is one of the most peaceful and relaxing places in the city. Hours: Monday to Friday: 10 AM-6:00PM Price Entry: General $ 95; Children under 12 years, Over 65 years old, FREE Argentine pensioners and pensioners. n the park there is also a cultural center, a Japanese restaurant, and a shop with Japanese handicrafts.
Parks And Squares
To enjoy life outdoors, have a coffee or a mate, share with the family a bike ride or just walk is a routine activity in a city like Buenos Aires, where there are a large number of parks, squares and boulevards, where alone It is necessary to have the desire to enjoy life and share with friends or family and why not buy some souvenir offered by street vendors, to mention a few: Plaza de Mayo City park February Three Park South Coast Botanical Garden City park Park of the children And many more ... free entry