17 Reasons to Visit Buenos Aires, the Paris of the South
1 WARM WEATHER!
The average temperature in Buenos Aires is 60 degrees Fahrenheit year round. We will be there in November which is their Springtime. The historic average temperatures are highs around 72 degrees and lows around 62 degrees! Translation: No heavy coats needed!
2 BIRTHPLACE OF THE TANGO
Buenos Aires is a place that attracts tango dancers from all over, and the dance is still very much alive - danced by the young and young-at-heart well into the early hours every night of the week. Although it is often seen as one of the hardest dances to learn, our Travel Haus women will be well on their way after our included 1-hour tango lesson! We will also enjoy an authentic Tango Dinner Show.
3 WIDEST BOULEVARD IN THE WORLD
Avenida 9 de Julio is one of the most remarkable sites in Buenos Aires. The avenue has 7 lanes in each direction, runs south to north through the city and is 460 feet wide. It's name translates to July 9th and was given to commemorate the day when Argentina won its independence from Spain in 1816. Here you will find the Obelisk, a prominent landmark in Buenos Aires.
4 LA RECOLETA CEMETERY
The La Recoleta Cemetery is the most famous cemetery in all of Latin America. It opened in 1822 and spans four city blocks. perhaps most well-known as the final resting place of Eva Peron, "Evita". It is the perfect setting for a stroll admiring the ornate mausoleums given to many famous Argentinians.
5 THE STEAKS!
Can you imagine eating over 220lbs of steak in a year??? That is the average beef consumption per capita in Argentina making it the 2nd highest in the world! Why do they consume so much beef you may ask...many of the cattle farmers still use the older methods of pasture and their cattle are still grass-fed which makes their beef much tastier! Be sure to try one while you are there!
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