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Accommodations5,500 properties
Popular hotelGrand King Hotel
Popular areaPalermo
Nightly rates from$5
AirportMinistro Pistarini International Airport
Reasons to visitCulture, Museum & arts, Shopping
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One of South America's most striking and successful cities, Buenos Aires is as cosmopolitan as it is nostalgic. From the high-rise hotels of Puerto Madero to the colonial architecture of Plaza de Mayo, this is a city of exciting contrasts. Ministro Pistarini International Airport is Buenos Aires' bustling gateway and offers flights to major cities across Europe and the Americas.

Puerto Madero boasts some of the best upscale hotels in downtown Buenos Aires. Removed from the main sightseeing area, this district is best suited for business travelers and tourists who prefer sunsets over the port to rousing nightlife at their hotel's doorstep. The waterfront restaurants in this part of town are of particular note.

Recoleta is another excellent accommodation district with its lovely colonial architecture. Even the district's name ignites the imagination, and it's impossible to walk the streets of Recoleta without being reminded of the glamorous days when Buenos Aires was dubbed the 'Paris of South America'. Exclusive boutiques and luxury hotels abound in this area.

The range of activities offered by Beunos Aires is both wide and surprisingly varied. The tango was born here, so visitors flock to exhibition halls and dance studios to watch or take lessons. The local dining scene benefits from the region's world-class wine and beef industry, and the cosmopolitan cultural scene includes great museum and theaters.