La Bella Cuidad: Buenos Aires Travel Guide
Buenos Aires, sometimes called “The Paris of Latin America” is a magnificent city that is a fusion of South American heritage and European influence. Many Europeans fled Europe in the tumultuous first half of the 20th century and emigrated to Buenos Aires. French, Italians, Spanish and Germans have made their mark on the city but it still has a that flair that is characteristic of Latin America.
The grand hotels, much like some of the grand hotels in Paris or Rome, are converted palaces or mansions. Michelin starred French restaurants are only a few minutes from the hauntingly beautiful above ground cemetery where Eva Peron is buried.
Enjoy the extensive maze of the city’s parks or the Puerto Madero district on the river. Be captivated by live Tango shows and satiate your carnivorous side with Argentina’s primary export, beef.
Tango show at La Faena
La Recoleta Cemetery
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Ruth Benzacar Gallery
Ebbie is wearing the Milly Trapeze Dress which can be found online at Milly or in stores at Saks Fifth Avenue.
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