Buenos Aires Can Surely Satisfy Even the Most Discerning Traveler
Almost 3 million citizens live in Buenos Aires and more than 6,000,000 (approximately) visit the city as tourists annually. Either for tourism or for business, the Argentinean capital offers unforgettable accommodation, since it provides countless of sights and attractions that are able to satisfy even the most exigent visitor.

First of all, the architectural character of the city is one of a kind. Old and well preserved buildings that house public services or operate as museums will make you stare at them in amazement. Palaces, such as Palacio Barolo and Palacio Legislativo and governmental buildings, such as Casa Rosada, where Eva Peron gave her famous speech, will capture your look, while Torre Massue and Edificio Kavanagh stand imposing in order to be admired. Generally city’s plan has many more constructions to show, as long as stunning squares, such as Plaza Francia, Plaza de Mayo (in the middle of sufficient historical buildings) and the United Nations Square, where the astonishing statue of Floralis Generica is located. Undoubtedly, the most iconic landmark of the city is the Obelisk, a national historic monument in the Plaza de la República, which is also a venue for various cultural activities and events. Take a quick breath and continue to the Japanese Garden, the biggest of its type, outside Japan and relax by roving on its paved paths or enjoying romantic moments by its ponds. Botanical gardens are also a good option for those who need more educational walks.

From all the things that have been pointed out above, you know that you will find yourself always wanting more, when it is about discovering more of Buenos Aires. Find some extra strength and follow your instinct. The city has got a lot more to reveal and you will be the lucky one to discover its hidden treasures!