M&R Tours Blog

September 6, 2009

Buenos Aires

Obelisco Magnificent ViewFirst-time visitors tend to associate Buenos Aires with tango, steak, and wine, but the Argentine capital’s French buildings, Italian food, and Spanish nightlife also tells the story of a city with one foot in Latin America and the other in Europe. Beyond the “Paris-of-South-America” clichés, M&R Tours will show you a city of world-class art, exceptional cuisine, and internationally acclaimed design.Tango Contortions

 

 

In their recent ‘World’s Best’ survey results, the Travel + Leisure Magazine has listed the top global cities according to a reader poll, and Buenos Aires was chosen as the Best City in Latin America and it was positioned among the top cities in the world for traveler destinations. The award, received in New York, results from the analysis of aspects such as tourist attractions, cultural activities, food and shopping attractions, quality-price ratio and profile of inhabitants. Buenos Aires is also among the top 20 romantic escapes.

 Puente de la Mujer (Bridge of the Woman) - Buenos AiresModern, dynamic, bustling with activity and full of history, this great capital of the Argentinean republic has preserved, throughout time, old traditions and unforgettable small corners. You will be surprised to find several similarities with cities as Barcelona, Paris or Rome. However, Buenos Aires is better known for its world-renowned culture than for its famous monuments: for its ambience, the very different personalities of each of its neighborhoods, the kindness of its people and its ample offer of cultural events as well as shopping opportunities.

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Call us       +54 11 4951 5968      or send as an e-mail to info@m-rtours.com  ,  at M&R Tours we definitely know how to plan a magnificent Buenos Aires journey!!

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