Buenos Aires, Argentina: infused with Latin beauty

Buenos Aires provides travellers with a fascinating slice of South American urban life

Heart of the city: The sun shines on the lawns of the Plaza de Mayo, located in the historic centre of Buenos Aires. (Photo by Alamy)

Buenos Aires provides travellers with a fascinating slice of South American urban life. Both Argentina’s capital and largest city, it still bears signs of its European colonial past and 19th-century boom years, as well as the Latin passions of more recent decades.

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