Buenos Aires, capital of the Argentine republic, is derived from Spanish meaning fair winds. Being one of the largest cities in Latin America, it is rich in culture as well as a departure point to travel to the rest of the country.
Buenos Aires offers a large number of activities to tourists, including restaurants and pubs, cultural events and a frenzied nightlife. The interesting mix of a cosmopolitan metropolis city along with equally downtrodden areasadds to the appeal of the city. It is a place where you would find grand parks, designer boutiques, a thriving cultural scene and a ritzy neighborhood, in between overflowing buses and unkempt streets that are bustling
with fervor. The communities in the city are extremely diverse, with fun open air markets as well as beautiful colonial architecture, making up the true classic essence of Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires offers tourists and inhabitants a number of activities, the most popular being the Tango, where flirtatious looks are as good as an offer for a dance. The locals are always willing and eager to teach the dance to anyone who wishes to learn. Tourists can also spend a night transported back in time, pretending to be a real Argentine cowboy, eating and dancing like they used to by going to the Gaucho party. They can join the food tours
that are held several times a week and taste and sample the traditional food at different restaurants, or discover Buenos Aires from a unique perspective by going on helicopter tours.
Buenos Aires also offers other varying activities for all those tourists looking for more adventure or sports, including skydiving, with a 20 minute flight and a 35 second free-fall, or polo for the some of the best polo players in the world, and although tourists may not think of it after seeing the city of skyscrapers, there are some good golf courses close by, making it easy for golfers to enjoy a day on the green.
Buenos Aires is city that has it all, beautiful architecture, exciting street art, a gritty culture, fresh young designers as well as cutting edge designer boutiques and a visually pleasing food culture. It is not only the best place to have fun, but also the perfect place to get the best souvenirs, like tango shoes, custom-made for those who have the time to wait, leather items, wine and handmade ponchos which are made from hand woven materials.
Tourists planning to visit this dynamic city can look for accommodations at Fierro Hotel Boutique. It is located conveniently near the heart of Buenos Aires, and is very close to most tourist spots like, Palermo, Plaza Serrano and La Rural. The hotel also features Luxurious and spacious accommodations that have double glazed windows, the design providing the perfect environment for work as well as relaxation. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, as well as a spa, fitness centre and a sauna. The hotel provides both quality and comfort to guests, making sure that their stay is as enjoyable and memorable as possible.