In Buenos Aires it’s not just the tango that will set your blood racing. You can also enjoy art museums, the classic Colon Opera House, theaters, music; everything that you would expect in a major Old World City. Buenos Aires is home to over 300 theaters, 100-plus art galleries, at least 70 museums, and hundreds of all-night bookstores so those who live in Argentina never lack cultural activities.
Buenos Aires offers the widest tourist alternatives of singular beauty and accessibility. It is undoubtedly the Latin American city that best resembles the cosmopolitan and aristocratic atmosphere of the big European capitals. Full Day tours and half day tours are available for visiting museums, neighborhoods and estancias, amongst others.
Buenos Aires offers visitors excellent hotel accommodation with more than 13,849 rooms divided into 3, 4 and 5 stars hotels, a quantity which will be steadily increased year to year. And throughout the country, travellers can choose from top-class hotels to the homely simplicity of rustic mountain shelters.
With more than 7.000 bars and restaurants of all kinds (many of them internationally awarded), Buenos Aires has been designated Ibero-American capital of Gastronomic Culture 2017 in recognition of its importance as a culinary centre.
The selected congress venue is at walking distance from main hotels in downtown. Furthermore, Buenos Aires offers an efficient system of public buses and underground network that connects the main residential neighborhoods to the center of the town. Also taxis are safe and cheap.