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Flights to Buenos Aires
There are a lot of international flights to Buenos Aires from nearby South American countries and even from the US, Spain, France, Dubai, and Qatar. The Ministro Pistarini International Airport serves as the main hub of the city and is the home of the country’s national carrier, Aerolineas Argentinas.
A Spiritual Renewal Trip
The current pope of the Catholic Church is from Argentina, and he is the 1st pope coming from outside of Europe. The country is composed of a majority of Catholics and non- Catholic Christians. Thus, if you visit the city, you can find lots of churches and some were built hundreds of years ago. One of the most famous spots is the Basilica Santisimo del Sacramento built in 1912. Other churches also have retreat houses to accommodate people who want to have a retreat.
The Dance of Love
Visiting Buenos Aires without trying out the Tango is such a waste. Argentina is the birthplace of this music that is now declared as UNESCO’s Intangible Heritage. In fact, you can find dancers doing performances on the streets of Buenos Aires or in 5- star hotels. You can also find tango classes for beginners. The dance is also a reflection of the country’s rich history and culture.
There are a lot of places that you can visit in Buenos Aires during the day. Yet, the fun does not stop until you get tired. You can go to its nightclub districts where you can find a place that suits your interest best. There are bars dedicated for international rock music, jazz, or country music. You can also find bars where only Latin dances are being played. Contemporary music is also played in most bars where you can go dancing.
It seems like there is so much fun in Buenos Aires. Be a part of it by booking your tickets via Skiddoo now.
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