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- July 9 Avenue Slide 1 of 3: Named to celebrate Argentina’s Independence Day, July 9 Avenue is the widest in the world, and features the Obelisk of Buenos Aires at the center.
- El Rosedal Slide 2 of 3: Visitors can escape to the Rose Garden (El Rosedal) at Parque Tres de Febrero, one of the biggest green areas of Buenos Aires, to enjoy the 989-acre park.
- The Women’s Bridge Slide 3 of 3: El Puente de la Mujer (The Women's Bridge) in Puerto Madero is a rotating footbridge designed by Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava that opens to allow harbor traffic to pass.
Discover astounding architecture in historic neighborhoods like La Boca, San Telmo and Montserrat. Buenos Aires preserved many of its beautiful open squares that date back to colonial Spanish times. Many of these traditional neighborhoods are part of a vibrant, street-art scene that showcases a canvas of colorful murals painted by local artists.
Indulge in authentic South American traditions during your trip to Buenos Aires. Stop by a milonga (dance salon) for a tango class, or see a glamorized tango show. Visit an authentic Argentinian ranch, where raising cattle is an everyday way of life. Witness the descendants of the gauchos, the famous Argentine cowboys, and enjoy tractor and horseback rides. Hoist a glass of mate (a traditional gaucho tea) with the cowboys of a bygone era.
For a modern lifestyle experience, this vibrant city oozes with a style all its own, and the shopping experience here is no different. Whether you are looking for a unique gift, designer jeans, haute couture or dazzling jewelry, Buenos Aires is a trendy place to shop. Malls in the Palermo and San Telmo areas make bargain shopping just as fun. But remember, Portenos take fashion seriously, so dress in your best as you cruise the stores.
Belize offers a range of eating establishments, from thatch-roofed eateries right on the sand to oceanfront patios and breezy, open-air restaurants. Plus, there's always a restaurant at your hotel, if you're looking for something close and convenient.
By night the city sizzles with the hottest nightclubs and dancerias, where you can practice your tango skills. Each neighborhood has its own eclectic mix of intimate snack bars. But if you go out, be prepared to party well into the morning hours.
Delta Vacations packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Buenos Aires' Aeropuerto Internacional de Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini (EZE). Optional transportation can be added to your flight and hotel getaway, including private car or minivan transfers. We also offer exciting tours and activities, such as a city tour or Tikal by Land excursion.