The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires is popular for its cosmopolitan, vibrant, exciting life-style. Fly to Buenos Aires to experience all this interesting city has to offer and at the same time, enjoy the comfort and quality on your flight with Air Europa.
What to do in Buenos Aires
- For music and drama lovers, a visit to the Teatro Colon is a must. Recognised by the world for its artistic and acoustic value, this famous theatre turned 100 years of age in 2008.
- The 1827 Catedral Metropolina boasts a mixture of various architectural styles and also houses the remains of Argentine Liberator General Jose de San Martin, cased in a stunning marble mausoleum.
- Think of Argentina, and you might also think of Eva Peron. The elaborate Recoleta Cemetery is the burial ground for this famous lady and her family.
- Architectural landmarks abound in San Telmo, the city’s oldest neighbourhood. Having been restored, it is worthwhile taking a stroll along its cobblestone streets filled with cafes and antique shops. San Telmo’s resident dancers and artists add to the area’s vibrant atmosphere.
Buenos Aires sightseeing
Take a walk-through Puerto Madero, the city’s bustling riverfront to enjoy the area’s newly prosperous business and shopping attractions. By night you can experience this eclectic neighbourhood’s fashionable clubs and up-market restaurants.
When to visit Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires offers a yearly non-stop calendar of exciting events including the glamorous twice-yearly Fashion Buenos Aires held in March and September and the world’s best-known Tango Festival which takes place every August. The Argentinian Polo Open held in November and December, and April’s ten-day showcase of international films at the Festival International de Cine Independiente are several more popular attractions. For simple beauty, the city’s colourful and vivid jacaranda trees, in bloom during October and November, are truly worthy of a visit.
When travelling to Buenos Aires, upgrade your Air Europa flights to Business Club and take advantage of extra space, lie-flat seats and distinctive menus on board one of the world’s youngest fleets.