The Buenos Aires corridor includes one of the richest and most productive areas in Argentina, as it is located in the immensity of the Pampas plains, only interrupted by the mountain range orographic systems of Tandilia and Ventania.
Politically, it includes the North, Center and West of the Province of Buenos Aires, as well as Buenos Aires City (Federal District), which is the cosmopolitan center of the Nation. Access gate used by immigrating currents, it offers a large cultural diversity. This is the land of the gauchos and traditions, but it is also the land of intense industrial and commercial activities.
The Buenos Aires tourist offer revolves around the history, reflected in the French and Italian architecture, with numerous museums, theaters, cultural centers and shopping malls. In San Antonio de Areco rural tourism invites to perform activities typical from the countryside, with accommodation in ancient estancias and the chance to breathe the pure air of the plains while tasting the traditional asado criollo.
Another interesting option is that of "mini-tourism" around districts not far from the city of Buenos Aires, such as Mercedes, Pilar, San Isidro, Tigre and Luján, or an intense day out fishing in Chascomús and other lagoons of Buenos Aires. Adventure travel in Tandil, Sierra de la Ventana and Balcarce completes the tourist promise in this corridor.
Mercedes - Buenos AiresThe Train to Mercedes
Many people think this is the best way for tourists to visit Mercedes. Starting at Once Square, they may enjoy the adventure of reaching this destination by train.
Ciudad de Buenos Aires - Ciudad de Buenos AiresThe Xul Solar Museum
In the neighborhood of Palermo, behind the façade of one of its buildings, we found the Xul Solar Museum, a magical and symbolic space devoted to the memory of the Argentinian...
Ciudad de Buenos Aires - Ciudad de Buenos AiresSculpture Promenade and Floralis...
At the elegant Recoleta neighborhood, close to Francia Square, the Fine Arts National Museum and the Law College, we found an outdoor sculpture promenade and the great Floralis...