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Buenos Aires

City of Style, Café Culture, Boulevards and the Tango

We’ll arrange for you to linger in Buenos Aires and imbibe the aura people of the great city. 12 million people live in 46 ''barriors''. Neighbourhoods each with its own character and identity.

You can wander for hours around bohemian San Telmo with its tango bars, street art covered mansions, restaurants and flea market. La Boca is just as fascinating with its brightly printed sheet iron houses along the Riachuelo Canal, made famous by the artist Beito Quinquela Martin.
 
Wherever you wander you’re always in sight of a coffee house, or ''confiteria'' where you can people watch as you sip a coffee and brandy. Then you might step into a set of ''Evita'' as you enter the Plaza de Mayo with its pink Presidential Palace, the Casa Rosada, flanked by the Cathedral Metropolitana and the Banco de la Nacion, all beautifully set off by palm trees and manicured gardens.
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Accommodation:
Alvear Palace Hotel
Alvear Palace is the grand old lady of Buenos Aires’ hotels. Rich in its history, magnificent in its architecture, and seeping glamour from every pore, this elegant hotel has been welcoming discerning guests through its doors in Recoleta since 1932.
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Algodon Mansion
Buenos Aires’ finest boutique hotel is aptly situated on one of the city’s most elegant neighbourhoods. A prestigious Relais & Chateaux property, the owners have combined the finest features of this historic building with personalised service and award-winning wines and food.
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Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt
Staying in a bona fide palace is definitely a bucket list experience, and they don’t come much grander than the Palacio Duhau in Buenos Aires. The original palace building in Recoleta dates from 1934, and it is connected by gardens and an art gallery to a second, more contemporary space.