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Buenos Aires: Places Not To Be Missed

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Many Spaniards we are migrating to Latin America in search of a better life, as these countries are experiencing a rapid growth and offer interesting job opportunities for skilled workers.

Argentina is one of those countries that is becoming one of the most recipient of Spanish expatriates. If your company has relocated you or a member of your family to a new country. Buenos Aireshere is one guide to sites not to be missed:


The best neighbourhood in the argentine capital for go for a walk. Thanks to rapid growth, it has catapulted to become one of the world's most important elegant and sophisticated. The waters of the Río de la Plata meet the modern, towering buildings. It is a place full of good restaurants and luxurious hotels.
Be sure to visit: The ARA Frigate, the Women's Park, the Michaela Bastidas Park and the Casino..


This colourful, must-visit neighbourhood is home to La Usina del Arte, a cultural centre inside a building Italian neo-Renaissanceo which houses one of the concert halls most important in the city.


One of the major shopping centres of the city of Buenos Aires. It's worth simply visiting the building where they are housed: a 19th Century National Historic Monument whose dome is flooded with murals of Beri, Castagnini, Urruchúa and Colmeiro among others.


A wonderful way to get around Buenos Aires is to use the bicycle loan systems which although it has its restrictions and is not as efficient as that of other European capitals is free of charge.


One of the must-visits in Buenos Aires is to go and eat a steak as tradition dictates. These are some of the best restaurants:

-Poor Luis, Don Zoilo, La Cabrera and Cabañas Villegas.


Nothing will make you feel more porteño that some dances to the rhythm of Tango The Cathedral Club is a temple of dance where they offer beginners and advanced classes, A site a magical place you should not miss.


Buenos Aires has become a dangerous city for foreigners and it is prudent to follow the following recommendations:

Avoid carry jewellery, watches and chains of value
Don't trust strangers
Keep an eye on your belongings
-In Buenos Aires, there are counterfeit 100 peso banknotesnever change on the street.
Do not take taxis on the street, always call a company to come and pick you up.
-Evita the area around the Plaza de la Constitucionstations and trains Retreat and the unattended parks and squares during the night hours.

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