Buenos Aires

Combining European grandeur with the elegance of Latin design, this capital city provides for a never-ending treasure hunt of spectacular architecture. Among the city’s streets are nearly 300 theaters that host events ranging from independent underground productions to popular musicals. The city also boasts one of the premier opera houses in the world, where global greats have graced the stage. With so many cultural outlets, it is no wonder that the sensational tango is rumored to have been born in the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires before taking the rest of the world by surprise.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Four Seasons Hotel

Located in the direct-center of the hotel’s 12-floor marbled tower façade, this balcony represents the blend between contemporary and European architectural styles used throughout Buenos Aires’ Four Seasons Hotel.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palacio de Aguas Corrientes

Palacio de Aguas Corrientes, or Palace of the Running Waters, is a water pumping station in Buenos Aires built in 1887.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Centro Cultural Kirchner

Modeled after New York's City Hall Post Office, Centro Cultural Kirchner is one of the largest cultural centers in the world and a prime example of French second empire architecture.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palacio Barolo

This grand structure is the largest monument to the work of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, and represents 100 stanazas of the epic poem.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Casa Minima

This humble abode in Buenos Aires, Argentina sits nestled between larger buildings - it the city's narrowest dwelling.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Urquiza Line

Originally named "Tramway Rural," this railway opened by two brothers in 1888 with horse-drawn cars, but converted to electric power in 1908.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Teatro Colón

This century-old Argentinian opera house is held in high regard as one of the best concert venues in the world, both acoustically and aesthetically.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Campo Argentino del Polo

This stadium hosts the largest international polo tournament in the world. The Argentinian Army rents it out to the Argentine Polo Association for use in matches.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Casa Rosada

Known for its distinctive pink hue, this governmental building in Buenos Aires was once the home of Argentina's president.

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