It's very true when they say Buenos Aires is the Europe of South America not only for its Parisian, Italian and Spanish architecture but Puerto Madero is another example.
The old ship port was built by the English over 100 years ago and was entirely recycled to become the city’s most modern neighbourhood and inspired the Docklands renovation in London.
Full of restaurants nightclubs and luxury towers surrounded by the charisma of the renewed docks and the Rio de la Plata’s riverside Is definitely a sight to see.
This exciting place offers A feeling in the air that is nice and colorful, and radiates good cheer to represent a typical city neighborhood. You couldn't got to Buenos Aires without visiting the La Boca neighborhood, both for its stadium "La Bombonera" as for its colorful street culture which is a main sign of Argentina in its splendor.
Cruz Chica is definitely one of the most charming places on this summit. This neighborhood is crossed by James Bartholomew Avenue, where some of the most awesome houses in the area are located. These houses which were built between 1920 and 1940 by wealthy families in Argentina and abroad, are surrounded by stunning gardens. You will just die when you see them, they're amazing. Girl In Cross are the former home of former Argentine President Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear (now converted into the fabulous Hostal Toledo), and the house-museum Paradise, the island retreat of Manuel Mujica Lainez, who's one of the best Argentinian writers around.