A guide to Palermo

A guide to Palermo

Palermo is the northeast neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The largest neighborhood of the city is bordered by several other barrios (neighborhoods). It is a significant tourist destination, including numerous points of interest, such as the Galileo Galilei Planetarium, the Palermo Woods, the Botanical Garden, the fantastic Japanese Gardens, the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Museum of Latin American Art and so on. It is a paradise for the lovers of sightseeing. If you find this description ... [ read more ]

The best parks and gardens in Buenos Aires

The best parks and gardens in Buenos Aires

The vibrant city of Buenos Aires is a very prestigious tourist destination. The capital city of Argentina is also the largest city in the country and is home to some outstanding landmarks and tourist attractions. In one of the previous articles I have already presented the best landmarks of the city. The following article will include information about the best parks and gardens in Buenos Aires. Such a huge city must include green spaces therefore there are magnificent and large parks and gard... [ read more ]

Visit the fantastic San Miguel de Tucumán

Visit the fantastic San Miguel de Tucumán

The capital of the province of Tucumán is an outstanding city. Situated in Northern Argentina, San Miguel de Tucumán is more than 1.300 km away from Buenos Aires. So, if you are visiting Buenos Aires, the journey to the city of San Miguel would be very long. But if you are planning a visit to the northern part of the country, I suggest you not to miss this fantastic city. It is the fifth largest city of the country and is home to numerous fantastic tourist attractions. These attractions inc... [ read more ]