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The sizzle of steaks turning on a grill, the clink of glasses as people gossip over succulent red wine, the laughter of Tango dancers as they twist and twirl, and the roar of football fans as the city's local sides go head to head are just some of the sounds that await in bustling Buenos Aires. With an almost European feel, think pavement cafes, pretty squares, and wide streets shaded by grand buildings, you'd be forgiven for forgetting you're in South America here, but you'll certainly never forget your visit to Argentina's colorful capital.

Things to see

Buenos Aires is bursting with things to see and do, and there's no better place to begin than in its bustling downtown area. Here you can admire the pink presidential palace, Casa Rosada, before touring the city's oldest, and most spectacular Tango Hall, the Confeteria. If you're looking to pick up some glamorous souvenirs during your trip, then taking a walk through the eclectic mix of shops in the Recoleta Mall is sure to satisfy even the most die hard shoppers while for those on the hunt for something a little more unique should take the metro to San Telmo on a Sunday and potter down the main cobbled street which is lined with market stalls piled high with antiques and other bits and bobs. If the hustle and bustle gets too much, the city's full of wide open green spaces, where you can chill out under the shade of a tree.

Hotels in Buenos Aires

Much like what's on offer in the city itself, you'll find a vast range of hotels in Buenos Aires to choose from, including everything from luxury hotels to discount hotels. Almost all hotels in the city will offer free WiFi, and you'll also be able to enjoy the savory delights of buffet breakfasts at many establishments too. For those lazy evenings, you can head down to the hotel bar for a nightcap, or even dine at the premises and sample some of the juicy Argentinean meat dishes.

Where to stay

If you want to experience the vibrant nightlife and rich culture of the city, then staying in the La Boca district is a great choice. The area buzzes with activity, and the colorful hues of the buildings hide a rich history just waiting to be discovered. For visitors who want to be right in the heart of the city, then accommodation downtown in Buenos Aires' Microcentro means you can wander through the pleasant pedestrian streets and tempt yourself at the myriad of shops in the area. The central location also makes it ideal for families. For the ultimate in high end accommodation, you should head to Recoleta, where you can splurge at will thanks to the wide selection of top end restaurants in the vicinity.

How to get to Buenos Aires

Ezeiza International Airport is the most common destination for international visitors, with direct flights available from most major airports around the world. The simplest way from the airport to the city itself is without doubt by road, and there are a number of bus services and taxis available to take you into the center. Arranging an airport shuttle with your hotel can also make the journey simple and hassle free. Getting around Buenos Aires itself is simple thanks to the grid layout of the city. Walking is a great option, but there's also plenty of bus and metro services too.

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