In the previous article we talked about the Best Catholic Churches that can be found in the City of Buenos Aires, since more than 90% of Argentina’s population is Catholic, it is possible to see many basilicas and imposing churches built since colonial times.
As is well known the Americas has been explored by several European countries, including Spain and Portugal. They conquered indigenous lands and inculcated or imposed, depends on the perspective, their culture and religion. Therefore it is possible to find that the dominant religion in the continent is Christianity. Most of the people of the different countries are Catholic.
In Buenos Aires many things can surprise, enormous mansions, luxury cemeteries, huge parks with lakes and dogs everywhere. Argentines love dogs and that is demonstrated in every street in the city of Buenos Aires.
Thanks to the massive immigration experienced by Argentina, in Buenos Aires is possible to appreciate different cultures. Taking our free city tours you will notice the architectural contrast of Buenos Aires. We find mainly French style, but also Spanish, Greek, Italian, Victorian, romantic, Byzantine, etc.
We all have been tourist at least once in a lifetime, and when we arrive to a different country, city or just the town next to our home town, we will find different living styles. Off course that the more distance we travel the more differences we are going to find in culture and traditions.
There are moments in life when people start to recall things about the past, activities with the families, toys, furniture, etc. A tiny old thing could make us remember enormous and emotive times. This is why we are going to invite you to visit Mercado de Pulgas (Flea Market).
In a previous post we started talking about the music that we could find in Argentina. We talked about Tango and places to go in the city to enjoy it. But in Argentina is not all about Tango because we can find other important music styles .
If you took our Free Tours in Buenos Aires, you learned about the history of Argentina. From 1976 to 1983 Argentina lived a military regime, known as the National Reorganization Process. Parque de la Memoria is a remembrance park and a public space located in front of the Río de la Plata and it is a memorial to the victims of the last dictatorship.
Buenos Aires is well known for its cultural activities. The city is full of museums, theatres, impressive buildings and fancy avenues; but another feature of Buenos Aires is Nature. If you take a map of the city you are going to notice a lot of green spots. In Buenos Aires you can find from little plazas to enormous parks with nice lakes. Moreover if you walk the streets of the different districts of the city you will see that almost every sidewalk has trees or plants.
In this new post we are going to design a museum free tour for you. As you may notice in your stay in Buenos Aires, the city is full of cultural activities. Museums are one of the most popular atractions for tourists, this is why we are going to show you the most popular museums of our city.