Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling mass of a city on the banks of the Río de la Plata, not a river but the world's widest estuary. First impressions may be of a dirty, polluted and noisy city, but a scratch below the surface will unveil a wealth of character.
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We stayed in a double bed with private bathroom. The bed was good (but noisy) and the sheets were clean. The major problem was that there was no water in the toilet bowl, and the shower didn't heat. Were had to use the shared bathroom. Other problem was that the stove doesn't heat enough, our pasta took 30 min to cook. ... more
very well located in San Telmo. Very easy connections by bus with La Boca, Palermo and others Barrios. 10 to 15 min walk from Plaza de Majo. Clean, welcoming and warm. Perfect ! ... more
I'm arriving to Buenos Aires in November and wondering about accommodation in an apartment. Can you recommend a realtor that handles foreign tourists? I'm also wondering about day trips, sighseeing, must do's. I would like to visit some museums and theaters if there are good presentations. What do you ...
Buenos Aires, Argentina THE BEST!
Buenos Aires is no dobt one of the Best tourist spots in Sounth America, in -snip- you will find a lot of information for your stay in Buenos Aires. ...
There was a fair bit of nervous excitement on our way to Buenos Aires. In the previous weeks we had become accustomed to staying in towns that fit onto one Lonely Planet page, that could be lapped ...
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