Buenos Aires, Argentina:  You love Europe but you’re in the mood for something a little sexier? Buenos Aires is the perfect destination, sometimes referred to as “Paris of the Pampas.” The fusion of European and Latin influences mean you can go to the opera and then drink sangria and dance tango in the streets until dawn. Who doesn't love that? --> Well Said!

Buenos Aires, Argentina: You love Europe but you’re in the mood for something a little sexier? Buenos Aires is the perfect destination, sometimes referred to as “Paris of the Pampas.” The fusion of European and Latin influences mean you can go to the opera and then drink sangria and dance tango in the streets until dawn. Who doesn't love that? --> Well Said!

Ushuaia, Terra del Fuoco - Argentina

Ushuaia, Terra del Fuoco - Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina - Buenos Aires is often called the Paris of South America. From the wide avenues of downtown to the colorful homes and tango clubs of Barrio La Boca, Buenos Aires is a place to savor. (Photo by Flavia Ramos)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina - Buenos Aires is often called the Paris of South America. From the wide avenues of downtown to the colorful homes and tango clubs of Barrio La Boca, Buenos Aires is a place to savor. (Photo by Flavia Ramos)

Buenos Aires, Argentina - the Paris of South America!

Buenos Aires, Argentina - the Paris of South America!

Cafe Rivas, todo un emblema del Buenos Aires que colma de felicidad nuestros días

Cafe Rivas, todo un emblema del Buenos Aires que colma de felicidad nuestros días

Calle Arroyo. Retiro, Buenos Aires. La calle mas linda de la ciudad! ♥♥♥♥

Calle Arroyo. Retiro, Buenos Aires. La calle mas linda de la ciudad! ♥♥♥♥

detalles del Teatro Colon, su entrada. El teatro mas importante lírico mundial. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

detalles del Teatro Colon, su entrada. El teatro mas importante lírico mundial. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Palacio Paz (Circulo Militar)   This palace, in the heart of Buenos Aires once belong to a wealthy family whose last name was Paz. Dr. José Camilo Paz was the ambassador of Argentina in Paris, he was also the founder of the newspaper “La Prensa”. This mansion was built by a french architect called Louis Marie Henri Sortaris in 1914 in the traditional french architectural style. Since 1938 the building belongs to the Military (hence the name Ciculo Militar). There is an elegant ball room…

Palacio Paz (Circulo Militar) This palace, in the heart of Buenos Aires once belong to a wealthy family whose last name was Paz. Dr. José Camilo Paz was the ambassador of Argentina in Paris, he was also the founder of the newspaper “La Prensa”. This mansion was built by a french architect called Louis Marie Henri Sortaris in 1914 in the traditional french architectural style. Since 1938 the building belongs to the Military (hence the name Ciculo Militar). There is an elegant ball room…

A corner snap shot of Buenos Aires, Paris of South America

A corner snap shot of Buenos Aires, Paris of South America

Av. Callao. Recoleta, Buenos Aires.

Av. Callao. Recoleta, Buenos Aires.

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