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One of the world's great capitals, Buenos Aires is a South American city with a very European feel. The Argentinian metropolis is famous for its great passions, the tango and football, but the city is a vibrant, cosmopolitan destination with attractions to appeal to every kind of traveler. Elegant boulevards and atmospheric dance clubs blend with classic steakhouses and vibrant neighborhoods in a city that rewards repeated visits. Venere.com has partnered with great Buenos Aires hotels to offer visitors the best value rooms across the city, regardless of their budget or preferences. Booking Buenos Aires accommodation in advance ensures a relaxed stay in this memorable city.

What's Buenos Aires Like?

Downtown Buenos Aires is reminiscent of Paris or Milan, with elegant boulevards and grand buildings. The Plaza De Mayo is the hub, an imposing square dominated by the pink Presidential Palace, the Casa Rosada and the balcony where Evita Peron used to address the adoring citizens. Evita's tomb in the Recoleta Cemetery is firmly on the city's sightseeing trail. Beyond the grandeur, the heart of the city lies in the milongas or tango clubs that gave birth to the sultry and sensual dance, traditional establishments with vintage decor and serious aficionados of the art form. The other passion in Buenos Aires is football, most obviously in the Italian immigrant barrio of La Boca with its iconic club Boca Juniors, indelibly associated with Argentina's football legend Diego Maradona. Buenos Aires hotels offer the ideal base for a leisurely exploration of a complex and fascinating city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Buenos Aires

Argentina has historic links with the UK and English is spoken in many places in Buenos Aires. A few Spanish phrases will be invaluable though. You might need to do a little searching to find genuine tango clubs. There are many inauthentic tourist tango shows around the center, although young enthusiasts are attempting to keep the tradition alive. There will be no such complications finding a decent steakhouse. Argentinians are obsessed with beef and pride themselves on the superb quality of their meat and their refined grilling technique. Steaks tend to be substantial and best accompanied with Argentina's excellent Malbec red wine. The Venere.com site provides detailed information to help you choose from our range of Buenos Aires hotels. Our site incorporates detailed reviews from previous guests, photo galleries, sample room layouts and maps of the major attractions to give you a clear picture of what to expect from Buenos Aires accommodation.

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