Known as one of the great cosmopolitan cities of Latin America, Buenos Aires is much more than the capital of Argentina. It is a destination steeped in rich culture, tango, and unique traditions that have fused from the Spanish and Italian immigrants that settled here. Through their influence, conversation, family, friends and art are considered the most important aspects of life.
While strolling along any one of the atmospheric, tree-lined streets of the numerous beautiful neighborhoods of the city, you will understand why Buenos Aires has become one of the most popular spots for dental care tourism.
Eleven million people bring life to the Porteño ambience every day, offering an exciting variety of theaters, art galleries, museums, concerts, scenes and shopping malls. These swing from the most global and modern to the most traditional, quirky, and unique.
All of these merits and many more are reasons for you to come and experience top dental quality and hot vacation memories that you will surely enjoy.
Buenos Aires, What to do?
Buenos Aires has a great deal of places to visit, suiting every type of personality. If you enjoy a relaxed life style the city has many fine restaurants specialized in all kind of international and Argentine dishes; traditional coffee shops, museums, parks and cultural centers are spread along the most important streets and boulevards.
For a taste of bustle and excitement, on weekends local markets in Recoleta, San Telmo, Palermo and La Boca allow you to walk through magical atmospheres of local and foreign music, along with a unique shopping experience.
For more information visit
www.guiaoleo.com (restaurants and gastronomy)
www.enjoy-argentina.org (general tourist information)
www.eternautas.com (History, arquitecture and art)
www.info-recoleta.com (galleries, gastronomy, museums and others in Recoleta neighborhood)
www.malba.org.ar ( Latin-American art museum)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Telmo (santelmo neighborhood)
http://www.buenostours.com/caminito (boca neighborhood)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palermo,_Buenos_Aires (Palermo neighbourhood)
If you enjoy nightlife and eccentric spots, Buenos Aires is a place of many surprises;
Contemporary tango concerts, percussion shows, bars and clubs make the city rise when the sun falls. Every neighbourhood has its own identity in terms of music and style, and you will have a blast getting to know each one.
For a closer look visit:
http://www.fernandezfierro.com (shows, tango)
http://www.whatsupbuenosaires.com/agenda (art, music, club event listings)
Were to Stay:
When you are visiting Buenos Aires for your dental enhancements be sure to enjoy the best and inexpensive accommodations in the city. By staying in one of the conveniently located ba4uapartments, renowned for luxurious style, you will experience the true Latin flair of Buenos Aires.
ba4uapartments.com.ar is the premiere source of high quality vacation and rental apartments in the heart of Buenos Aires. Their apartments offer you luxury, comfort, and space, plus they are exceptionally well located, ensuring you are able to enjoy Buenos Aires to the fullest. All of them are situated in the city´s most exclusive neighborhoods of Recoleta, Barrio Norte, and Palermo. They are all close to the city´s principal historic sights, splendid parks, best bars, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping boutiques. They come in a range of styles and prices to suit your needs, tastes, and budget. It is much more economical and comfortable to rent a temporary apartment than to stay in a hotel room. Experience Argentina and live like a porteño, as the locals are affectionately known.
Enjoy the sights of Buenos Aires as you wander around this mecca flashing your new bright and perfect smile.
Before coming to Buenos Aires.
Do I need to get a visa to enter Argentina?
Argentina is a country with many diplomatic agreements; thus, a high number of foreign countries do not need a visa to enter. To check your country’s visa agreement, visit the site: www.cancilleria.gov.ar on the section: “Temas consulares”.
Do I need to be vaccinated before arriving?
There is no obligation or need to be vaccinated before coming to Buenos Aires, since this is a safe city from the sanitary perspective. Tap water is safe to drink; public hospitals are available to all tourists and are open for any emergency 24 hours around the clock. All services are free and medical professionals are internationally recognized for their excellent level of knowledge and care.
What is the weather like?
Porteños, as residents of Buenos Aires are called, enjoy pleasant weather all year. The average annual temperature is approximately 18º (centigrade), or 70 degrees Fahrenheit. A few days can be extremely hot or cold during each season of the year. This climate allows you walk throughout the city no matter which month it is. In winter, the coldest month is July. In summer, heat is accompanied by humidity. Rainy days are frequent in autumn and springtime.
Summer (December 21 to March 20)
Autumn (March 21 to June 20)
Winter (June 21 to September 20)
Spring (September 21 to December 20)
Is the city safe? Should I take some precautions before my arrival?
Buenos Aires is considered one of the safest cities in Latin America; however, as in any other major metropolis, you should exercise common sense. For instance, do not leave handbags hanging on the chair back in public places and do not walk at night along dark streets.
How do I dial when calling to Buenos Aires?
The country code is 54, and the area code for Buenos Aires is 11. So, if you want to call 4828-0821 from abroad, you should dial: (54 11) 4828-0821.
Spanish is the official language; nonetheless, most people working in areas frequented by tourists speak English.
If you wish to seek more information, visit the official website for Buenos Aires: www.bue.gov.ar