With roots going back some 500 years, Buenos Aires represents South America at its most sophisticated. From Spanish colonial buildings and French Belle Époque mansions to colorful flower stalls bordering narrow cobblestoned streets, wide boulevards and terrace cafés packed with fashionably dressed porteños (as the locals are called), the city reflects the best of both Gallic and Latin cultures.
Llao Llao Hotel, designed by architect Alejandro Bustillo, was opened for the first time in 1938. Aﬅer a fire burnt the hotel down in 1939, it
was reopened with is present structure in 1940. The Hotel is located in the center of the lake district, within the Nahuel Huapi National Park, in
the heart of Argentine Patagonia, surrounded by Cerro López, Capilla and Tronador mountain peaks. It is only a two-hour flight from the City of Buenos Aires and 500 mts from Puerto Pañuelo, arrival from and departure to Cruce de los Lagos (Lake Crossing).
The Alvear Palace Hotel is located in the most elegant area in Buenos Aires, surrounded by the best restaurants, antique shops, boutiques and cultural centers. All of the 197 guestrooms and suites combine European elegance and cutting-edge technology. The spa and fitness center offer well being in the most exclusive space in Buenos Aires. The fully equipped business center features all the comfort and technology of an office away from your company.
400 years ago the Spanish came to Argentina and brought with them their love of wine. Catholic monks and priests began to grown produce wine for serving at communion and so the Argentine wine industry was born. It was in the 1800s, though, that European settlers arrived with wine expertise, more grape strains and, importantly, the railway. One of the arrivals was a seemingly insignificant dark grape from the south of France. This grape, called Malbec, found its true home in the foothills of the Andes and flourished.
Brazil country celebrated winning the host nation for the FIFA World Cup 2014 and all the advertising and tourism that it will fetch. In 2014 influence will put Brazil in many people’s minds for many years to come. Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in North East Brazil have been named as two of the host cities for the FIFAWorld Cup 2014 and so bringing an extensive prompting to those areas and beyond.
Argentina is home to some of the best tourist attractions in South America., and with its rich Spanish culture, you will find it a culturally rich destination when it comes to music, dance, architecture and most especially food.
The first location most people think of when considering visit to Argentina is Buenos Aires. It is South America’s only city that has a inbuilt European feeling attached to it and as a traveler you need to spend some time here for absorbing the beauty which exists in its sights and sounds.
The first destination the majority of people think of when it comes to travel to Argentina is Buenos Aires. Anybody visiting this country should definitely spend a couple of days in South America’s most European feeling city to experience the sights and sounds.