|Eva Peron's mausoleum|
Buenos Aries is the same latitude as Cape Town so the - weather - is similar. Mild winters and warm summers. Buenos Aries was a complete surprise to me. The Spanish influence is immediately evident. Locals look Spanish, speak Spanish and the architecture was much like I had seen in Spain. It felt like I was in Europe. This wasn't the South America I was expecting. Where were the indigenous people?
|Tango dancers in the street - he's checking I put money in the box|
We had to accept we were not going to see it all and prioritise. Since we were based in Buenos Aries and not hiring a car. We chose to combine self-guided walks with bus tours.
In the city of Buenos Aries our must-do's were -
|Water taxis - Tigre Delta|
- Follow a map and see as many of the famous districts and landmarks as possible
- Visit - Eva Peron's - tomb in the Recoleta cemetery
- Take a trip on the old - underground train - with manual doors from Peru station
- See and stroll along the Waterfront area
- Take advantage of the favourable exchange rate and do a bit of shopping.
- Have a custom - leather jacket - made up
- Walk along the - Caminito - in the - La Boca - area
- Enjoy a coffee at one of the many street cafes
- Eat lots of local - ice cream
- Watch a - football - match at one of the many stadiums
- Take - Tango - lessons
- Visit a - parrilla - or steak restaurant
- Watch a - polo - match
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