The capital of Argentina can be called, with equal justification, a city living in the rhythm of tango and Latin American Paris; its unique atmosphere born of a fusion of sensuality energy, and thirst for life captivates tourists during the first sightseeing excursion and does not let go until the very end of their stay. When showing the main attractions, a English-speaking guide will definitely mention that Buenos Aires owes its uniqueness to representatives of several European cultures at once - Spanish, Italian, and partly French. Excursions with a personal guide usually include an observation of the following:
- National Congress Palace: the dome makes it look like a temple;
- Cathedral (1001guide advises to go inside and admire the interiors);
- picturesque areas of La Boca and Puerto Madero;
- avenida Nueve de Julio;
- Casa Rosada palace - residence of the head of state;
- very beautiful Palace of Water;
- galleries "Pacifico": people come to this SC not only for an interesting excursion but also for shopping.