Have you ever known what does the phrase "Live and let others live" mean indeed? Have you ever felt the atmosphere, where friendliness, politeness, tolerance, disorder and mess exist side by side? Openness, sincerity, warm, combined with the great cultural heredity and the triumph of life make people all over the world to start their travel to Buenos Aires. It just gives you that kind of coziness that only a big crowd of independent and responsive people can give you.
It is hard to feel yourself alone and miserable in Buenos Aires. There is no place for racism there - Buenos Aires is a multinational city, motley, business-like and artistic. Guide or itinerary is necessary; 13 millions of people, mixture of elegant office buildings, showing off their contemporaneity, and old Spanish side-streets can mislead everybody.
Simultaneously, in Buenos Aires, visiting museums (it is about 120 there) is something that is not recommended strongly. Parks, wide streets, unique architecture are the masterpieces of time themselves. Plaza de Mayo is the center of the capital, the center of the country and the biggest trade area in the world. Plaza de la Republica with the obelisk in honor of the proclamation of Argentina's independent, Plaza del Congresso with the fountain Los Dos Congressos, Saint Ignacio church, Cesar Park ? there is no end of the beauty of this city and there is no reason to put off your travel to Buenos Aires.
Enjoying the sunny weather, walking under the rosewoods, go to Embankment La Costanera - it will remind you that the capital of Argentina is the seaport and stunning sea views are the part of any travel to Buenos Aires.
If you miss the wild nature visit the Ecological preserve on Avenue-Cordova, the Japan Garden and the Zoo in 'green' block Palermo. Other interesting areas are:
Puerto Madero. If you take a step to the right - you see a restaurant, if you take a step to the left you will see an office building and once Madero was just the area of seaport warehouses.
La Boca is the seaport; it is famous for unforgettable, noisy Caminita Street with its bright-color houses. Recoleta area is the most elegant, glamour and prestige one. Its name is connected with the Franciscan order built the basilica Pilar (1716) and then woman monastery there. San Telmo is the part of the old city, besides vivid atmosphere and charming colonial architecture there is Plaza Dorrego (one of the oldest squares Humberto 1 and Defensa Street), where the big market of antique things works on Sunday.
Being in Buenos Aires, it is worth visitingthe Colon Theater, renowned and splendid; it is the center of opera and ballet of the whole continent. Even if you do not visit a concert of world-famous stars, you can go to an excursion, showing the theater from within. There is also the Servantes Theater, Plaza-San-Martin, market Puerto-de-Frutos, Nueve de Julio- maybe the widest street in the world, Santa Fe prospect with its fashionable shops, Matadores area - you cannot get tired in Buenos Aires. In conclusion, the most interesting museums are the Isaac Fernandez Blanco (suipacha 1422) - it has the biggest collection of colonial art and silver and the National Museum of Fine Arts - it offers the wonderful exposition of argentine artists (XIX-XX) and gifts of foreign painters.
Buenos Aires is far from many countries, but its summoning magic is so strong that any distances are not noticed and thousands of people want to travel to Buenos Aires, to feel themselves as Buenos Aires citizen or just as Buenos Aires tourists.