Buenos Aires, Argentina’s largest and second largest city in South America after Sao Paulo, is truly a wonderful and deservingly worthy city. There is such a strong history and civilization to be visited in this city that it is so rich that it will not end even if you have stayed here for years. We definitely recommend that you come to these lands and discover new cultures by finding an opportunity. Not only its nature, but also its beaches and beaches offer great opportunities to visit your dream city.
Located in an area of 203 square kilometers, this city has nearly 12 million metropolitan populations. Since the city was previously discovered and exploited by the Spanish and Portuguese, its native language is still filled with these words.
History of Buenos Aires
Dates showed 1516 when it was discovered by a Spanish explorer named Juan Díaz de Solís. These lands, where the locals lived until then, caused the Spanish and Italian population to increase considerably after the Spaniards established a colony here.
Of course, then the Portuguese flocked to this city and the Spanish-Portuguese exploitation began. By 1546, the local people of Argentina moved the Spaniards away from the region and founded this city.
Places to Visit in Buenos Aires
Caminito street and La Bombonera Stadium located in La Boca are indeed one of the most beautiful places in this city. We recommend you to see this region with plenty of green and wonderful scenery.
Recoleta Cemetery In this cemetery, which generally hosts famous Spanish and Portuguese names, you will have a deep journey into the past.
Plaza de Mayo is one of Buenos’s iconic landmarks, and this region is considered one of the most important squares of Argentinian Socialism.
Casa Rosada draws attention with its wonderful architecture and above-ground heritage that will take you to the historical adventure.
Jardín Japonés will make you have a great plantarium experience.