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Explore Through Buenos Aires

Posted on November 17, 2009 | Fascinating CitiesNo Comment

One of the largest cities of Latin America and the locals are known as porteños, ‘people from the port’. The Spanish meaning of Buenos Aires is ‘fair winds’ and the city provides a taste of breathtaking urban adventure. Capital of the Argentine Republic, the city will endow you with countless cultural offerings. Third largest city of South America, its varied culture, broad avenues, flourishing greenery around and huge structures will endeavor you to think to visit the city again and again. Number of old and new museums and many events organized in a city will give you a reason to be there for more period of time.

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The city was shattered due to the economic crisis of 2001 but it tried its level best and successfully overcome one of the major problems.  However, till now great numbers of people are residing in shanties and ample numbers of people still suffer from economic crises, but they totally believe in living life to its fullest.

Located in the east of Argentina, the city is populated around three million and comprises 48 neighborhoods. The city is encircled with ‘pampas’-an unending smooth land. The city of port is also looked at as an entrance point to Argentina from last many eras.

The locals still are highly influenced by their European heritage and their lifestyle, culture and gastronomy proves it all. All its neighborhoods are however tiny in size but possess their own individual identity.

tango danceArgentina is renowned for its wine but for the traditional non-alcoholic beverage you can try ‘mate’- can be drunk with or without sugar. The currency they use is Argentinean currency namely ‘peso’. The weather here is kind enough that will let you be there any month of time a year however, it is quite warm during the months from December to February.

Being there and not watching ‘tango’ dance is like beginning your day without tea. Tango is national dance form of Argentina and like lapping all other indescribable essence of the country, fragrance of ‘tango’ is also present in the winds of Buenos Aires.

After year 2001, the city has witnessed an ample amount of rise in tourism. The city possesses liberal mind-set towards gay community and in the recent past, it has turned out to be one of the greatest tourist spots for the gay travelers.

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