Buenos Aires and the Pampas

With its French classical architecture, pavement cafes, exclusive boutiques and fine restaurants, Buenos Aires is a beautiful city that beats to a passionate tango rhythm. Key sights include the splendid opera house and Plaza de Mayo, where the presidential palace is located, known as the Casa Rosada (pink house).

There are hundreds of restaurants and cafes serving delicious food, the most famous being the parillas or steak houses where you can sit and indulge, the sound of fiery Tango in the background. Outside of the city are the vast grassy plains of the Argentine Pampas where you can go horse-riding or walking across the beautiful landscape, away from the buzz of Buenos Aires.

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Faena Hotel Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires and the Pampas, Argentina

The Faena is an uber stylish Philippe Starck-designed hip hotel with a fabulous outdoor pool, avant-garde interiors, superb dining and the best tango show in town. Faena is located in the up-and-coming area of Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires.

Best for: Honeymoon, Culture, Parties & events, Short Break

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