|1 Pair of Nike shoes||$118.10|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$99.17|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$814.46|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$35.22|
|Pack of cigarettes||$1.97|
|Milk (1 liter)||$1.33|
|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$68.77|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$4.47|
With cheap flights to Buenos Aires, you can access your gateway to Argentina. As Argentina's capital city and the second largest city in South America, it is also the 20th largest city on earth, not to mention a favored tourist destination when visiting South America. With airline tickets to Buenos Aires, you'll be able to enjoy cool, European vibes in this distinctly South American city, with so many different activities and places to see an experience.
Flights to Buenos Aires will allow you to experience the culture and charm of the Teatro Colon, one of the most beautiful and well known theatres in the world. Experience its history through a guided tour, or better yet, order tickets to the ballet, theatre or opera and take in a show in this opulent, extraordinary building.
With cheap tickets to Buenos Aires, you can also see a world class futbol game at the famed Bombonera stadium. Visit the most famous Argentina futballer's home team, the Boca Juniors, sport your blue and yellow team colors and enjoy the only sport of South America.
The Fair of the Matadors is another place where culture, sport and history combine, where gauchos ride on beautiful horses and there's a full market displaying delicious local food, tango dancers, and handmade handicrafts for sale. Whether you're interested in trying out a gaucho class, or eating a world class steak for a good price, it's a wonderful place if you're ordering cheap flights to Buenos Aires.
Palacio Barolo is a wonderful place to enjoy a panoramic 360 degree view of Beunos Aires, in addition to being an astoundingly beautiful building with an interesting literary inspiration-Dante's Inferno. Come and plan your tour of this awesome Art Deco/Art Nouveau building, after purchasing cheap flights to Buenos Aires.
If you love to do a little shopping, visit chic cafes and restaurants and loads of unique boutiques, then pay a visit to the Recolata district of Beunos Aires. It's a photographer's heaven, which gives many people the feel of Paris or another chic European city. There are often open air markets and all sorts of interesting fairs, and even the grave of Evita Peron is located in Recolata-in the Cementario de la Recoleta. The cemetery is absolutely legendary, and is even the center of one of Edgar Allen Poe's short stories, in addition to being the home of some of the most impressive crypts on earth. It's also the final resting place of some of Argentina's presidents, rich, celebrities and decorated military heroes. There are even tours of this special cemetery on every Tuesday and Thursday, so be sure not to miss them.
Recoleta itself is a very upscale area, so if you're planning on booking hotels in Buneos Aires, (and Recolata more specifically,) it would do you well to book well in advance. Also don't forget that Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Buenos Aires, in addition to hotels, to provide additional savings.
Love food? Beunos Aires is an absolute paradise for your foodie. If you're interested in trying a delicious medialuna (Argentinan croissant), sticky sweet caramel tasting Dulce de Leche candy, juicy world famous Argentinean steaks, or morcilla (black pudding,) there are so many excellent local dishes and foods to try in Buenos Aires.
Or if you're interested in politics, you can see some of 1970's political and social history come to life, every Thursday at 3 in the Plaza de Mayo. It's the home of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, or mothers who simply saw their children disappear over 30 years ago in the 1970's military dictatorship of Argentina.
However you choose to spend your vacation in Buenos Aires, there are plenty of things to see, do, experience and eat in what is sure to be a fascinating trip.
A barrio or neighborhood of Argentina's capital city, Buenos Aires, La Boca is very European in its appearance since its early settlers were from Genoa, Italy. It is one of Buenos Aires's 48 barrios and is located in the southeast part of the city, near its old port. Most people residing here are chiefly Spanish, Italian, French, German, Basque and Arab.Source