Let go to Argentina

Inês Gonçalves By Inês Gonçalves, 26th Jul 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2ee-1rwc/
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This is some tips for those that want visit Argentina

Let's go to Argentina?


Buenos Aires is renewed every day and who falls in love with the place makes it a point to come back other times, make new rides and seeing new places. Buenos Aires has a multitude of points of interest and some are very traditional among tourists, especially for those who are on their first trip.
The Casa Rosada is the seat of the presidency of Argentina is one of the symbols of the country and went on to have its exterior painted pink around 1870. There are several explanations for the color, since it would represent the union of two political parties so as to use bovine blood mixed with ink that time. The building which is now the seat of government began to take shape from the junction of the Government House with the building of Posts and Telegraphs. You can take a guided tour (free of charge) to the interior of the building on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Advantage!
One of the places that you must visit is the Plaza de Mayo which is the political heart of Buenos Aires. The place is the scene of frequent demonstrations, including a demonstration of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo that occurs on Thursdays, and is surrounded by buildings like the Casa Rosada, Congress and the Cathedral. Wooded and with several banks, this plaza is often a resting place of Buenos Aires who work or live in the region.
At the intersection of Av. July 9 and Av. Corrientes is the Obelisk. The Obelisk is a historical monument in Buenos Aires created to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the city. It is located at the intersections between the avenues Corrientes and 9 July, both very busy. The Av. 9 July has been even considered the widest avenue in the world!
Makes a nice walk in the morning at Caminito, a street-museum tourist extremely open sky, which houses restaurants, shops and galleries. Harassment is annoying, but when it comes to tourism in Buenos Aires, this is one of the most traditional places to meet. The name is due to a tango, whose lyrics are written on some walls of the place. A variety of travel souvenirs in place is huge, however, negotiate the price is the best tactic.
Watch a performance at the Teatro Colon! The Teatro Colón is a source of pride of the porteños and impresses with its richness of detail inside. Determined by the acoustics, he is considered one of the best opera houses in the world and those visiting the city can enjoy the trip to watch a show. If you can not attend a presentation, do the tour, which shows the architecture and interior decoration of the building.
Come in Puerto Madero, which is a revitalized port area and today has excellent restaurants. This is a great ride in Buenos Aires, mainly to meet this modern side of the city. Strolling around, enjoy visiting the Puente de la Mujer and the Fragata Sarmiento, who currently functions as a museum.
Do you like football? Then you have to visit to La Bombonera - The beloved stadium of Boca Juniors is one of the points that football fans like to know more. Visits to the museum and the stadium allow to know more closely the history of the club, their achievements and to have the opportunity to see pertinho the field and visit the locker rooms.
Recoleta Cemetery: may seem strange, but that's it: the Recoleta Cemetery is one of the "sights" most visited Buenos Aires. In place some Argentine celebrities are buried, among them the General Alvear and Evita Peron, whose tomb is always with flowers. In free guided tour inside the cemetery is possible to know details of the most important tombs, some of them are considered national monuments.

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author avatar Inês Gonçalves
My name is Inês I'm 23 years and I'm pregnant! :)
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author avatar peachpurple
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Argentina sounds like a great place to visit but what about the pick pocket problem?

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author avatar Randhir Bechoo
10th Aug 2015 (#)

Interesting share.

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