Vicente Lopez Walk

Buenos Aires was founded next to the river as a city port to export and import different goods. Commerce is still very important and the port is the connection with other civilizations. As we have seen in the last post, nowadays the river works also as a distraction and a place of disconnection for the citizens of Buenos Aires.

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Recoleta Cemetery Tour

If you grab a tourist book in an airport or in a library and open the page in Buenos Aires, you are going to find that the biggest attraction of the city is the Recoleta Cemetery. Millions of tourists that arrive to Buenos Aires every year visit the cemetery that is located in one of the fanciest districts of the city.

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River Walk

Buenos Aires was founded as a city port back in 1580 by Juan de Garay. The port of the city was an important icon in the economy of the country, but a lot of local ecologists agree that Buenos Aires was built giving the back to the river.

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