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Apart Hotel San Diego Star Rating 3        
Rodriguez Peña 1158

A 6-minute walk from Callao metro station, this relaxed apartment hotel is 1 km from landmark La Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of Eva Perón, and 2 km from the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.Featuring wooden floors and furniture, the informal apartments come with sitting/dining areas and free Wi-Fi, plus flat-screen TVs, and kitchenettes with microwaves, fridges, and tea and coffeemakers. Some apartments add sofabeds.
San Telmo Luxury Suites Star Rating 4        
Chile 437

Occupying an 1867 building in the trendy San Telmo district, this polished boutique hotel is a 9-minute walk from Belgrano metro stop and 2 km from the grand Teatro Colón.The 2-story, loft-style suites with innovative touches come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, laptop safes and minifridges. Some add extra bathrooms and/or access to an exposed-brick patio, while upgraded suites include Nespresso machines and iPod docks.
Apart Abasto Star Rating 3        
Av. Corrientes 3130

Centrally located, Apart Abasto offers easy access to Buenos Aires's popular shopping and sightseeing areas. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi, a rooftop terrace and an outdoor pool.There are a range of facilities available to guests of the property, including a ticket service, babysitting/child services and a tour desk.
Altos de Agronomia B&B Star Rating 1.5        
Barzana 1249 Cap. Fed.

Situated within walking distance of Francisco Biero Railway Station, this comfortable bed and breakfast is a convenient base for those wanting to explore Buenos Aires and its surrounds. It is conveniently located for guests wanting to visit local attractions.Altos de Agronomia B&B has 3 well-appointed rooms that are equipped with a range of essential facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Ha Flats Quartier Del Polo        
República de Eslovenia 1942/50

Situated within walking distance of Ministro Carranza Metro Station, Flaat del Polo provides guests with an ideal base while in Buenos Aires. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of free Wi-Fi throughout their stay.The property has 27 apartments and has been recently refurbished.
Arenales Apart Hotel Star Rating 3        
Arenales 2580,

Arenales Apart Hotel offers 3-star accommodation in Buenos Aires. It is close to Barrio Norte, dining options and shops.The property has 16 apartments that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Arenales 2850        
Calle Arenales 2850

Boasting a rooftop terrace and free Wi-Fi, Arenales Suites is located in Buenos Aires and offers modern accommodation. It is moments from Avenida Santa Fe, restaurants and nightlife options.Equipped to ensure a comfortable stay, apartments at the property have a coffee maker, a kitchenette and a refrigerator.
Hotel Athos Constitucion Star Rating 3        
San Juan 1171

Located in Buenos Aires, Hotel Athos Constitucion offers free Wi-Fi and a gym. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit local attractions.There are a variety of facilities on offer to those staying at the hotel, such as luggage storage, a rooftop terrace and porters.
Gold Soho Suites & Studios Star Rating 2        
Fray Justo Santa Maria de Oro 2159

Gold Soho Suites & Studios is located in Buenos Aires and provides a Jacuzzi. This property is set in the heart of the city.Those staying at Gold Soho Suites are welcome to benefit from the relaxation facilities, which include an outdoor pool and a sauna.
BA Tango Apartments Buenos Aires Star Rating 3        
Paso 777

Conveniently located in the middle of the city, this 3-star property makes for an ideal base in Buenos Aires. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet in all areas.This trendy property provides a range of amenities, including a lift and a tour desk.
 
 
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Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and lies on the river La Plata. It has about 16 million inhabitants. Its name means "good air" in Spanish. It is the birthplace of tango and, like the dance, it is fascinating, full of surprises and positive energy. It is often called "Paris of South America", for its sublime architecture and rich European heritage. In fact, Buenos Aries consists of so many contrasts: there is seductive, elegant and passionate tango and energetic rock and roll; you may sense European sensibility but also experience Latin American passion; you can walk along wide avenues or cobblestone alleys. Definitely, it's a city with so many diversities. Old quarters with specific atmosphere are full of romantic restaurants and night clubs, while European heritage of Buenos Aires is easy to recognize through its architecture, boulevards and parks. Cafe Tortoni is the oldest bar in city, and it is real time machine that leads you back in 1858 when it was built.

At the centre of Buenos Aires, you can visit Plaza de Mayo, famous historic place. Near the square is placed pink fluorescent Casa Rosada, the presidential palace where previously lived Evita Peron. There is also registered a movie with Madonna starring in. If you walk along the Avenida de Mayo, you would see Parisian palaces and cupolas. You shouldn't miss Palacio Barolo, tall building inspired by "Inferno", masterpiece of famous Italian writer, Dante Alighieri, which walls are adorned by gargoyles. There is also Plaza del Congreso, with National Congress building nearby with its beautiful fountains. Avenida 9 de Julio is the widest avenue in the world. It is 325 meters wide, and it has 13 lanes in each direction and in its center you can see Obelisco, monument that looks like huge white needle, built in memory of Argentina's Independence from Spain. There is also Teatro Colon, magnificent opera house. San Telmo is old district and the soul of Buenos Aires, district where old taverns, artists, dancers and street musicians reflect the spirit of Argentina from the beginning of the century.

Buenos Aires Plaza Dorrego is central part of San Telmo, where is also famous Bar Plaza Dorrego, visited by famous people even nowadays, and on the walls are pictures of John Wayne, Sophia Loren and many others. Street tango dancers can be seen almost across the entire city, but particularly in San Telmo, artistic and bohemian district. If you plan to visit Buenos Aires during August, you can also visit Festival de Tango. La Boca is port district of the city, and Caminito street in this area is very famous and tourist attraction because of colorfully painted metal houses full with stores and entertainers. There is also famous La Boca stadium and one of the most famous football teams from Argentina - Boca Juniors. There is also famous museum Evita Peron you should visit. Evita Peron was spouse of an ex president of Argentina, and Argentina's people loved her because she supported working class and poor people so she became legend and she is respected even today.