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Buenos Aires is a majestic city with a European feel and beautiful people. Most who visit are taken in by the remarkable architecture, incredible food and the sensual air of the city! Argentina's capital radiates sensuality. The tango, the frenzied nightlife, the attractive bodies and suggestive dance moves - all work towards labelling the city as the most passionate of all in the entire South America. As far as sightseeing is concerned, Buenos Aires has buckets full of it. There's Cathedral Metropolitana, which holds the tomb of General San Martin. Plaza de Mayo is a must-see for history buffs. La Boca is a good one too, with its colourful metal and wooden buildings appealing to all. Japanese Garden and San Telmo are other imp sightseeing venues.
Ezeiza International Airport, also known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, is Argentina's major international gateway that serves the capital city, Buenos Aires and its surrounding areas. The airport is located in Ezeiza Partido, more than 20kms from the Buenos Aires' city centre. It serves as a hub for Aerolineas Argentinas, Argentina's flag carrier. The airport is well connected to different parts of the country with multiple means of transportation available, with buses and taxi services being among the most popular public modes. Car rental services are also popular among international travellers disembarking flights. Ezeiza International Airport features a parade of duty-free shops, retail stores and restaurants to cater to the demands of airport users in a much better way.
Buenos Aires is a well known holiday destination in the region and sees a steady stream of guests from the United States and European countries. Expectedly, Buenos Aires' key international gateway, Ezeiza International Airport is well served by regional and international airlines. Much to the interest of British holidaymakers, a host of airlines run flights to Buenos Aires from various UK airports but none more than from the country's largest airport, London Heathrow. The likes of American Airlines, Alitalia, Lufthansa and Air France all provide flight tickets to Buenos Aires. UK's flag carrier, British Airways also runs flights on the route.
Buenos Aires is experiencing a massive tourism boom with more and more tourists from regions like the USA and the UK are getting attracted to the relative affordability of the city. With an increasing tourist influx, there is a proportionate rise in the development of high-end and design hotels in the city. Even as new hotels are being built, old ones are being renovated to multiply the options available for the guests. Hotels of all categories are coming up in different parts of Buenos Aires with a specific concentration in San Telmo, the city centre and certain pockets of Palermo. Alvear Palace Hotel is among the most well-known luxury hotels in Buenos Aires and the right place for those with big money.
Buenos Aires is never a bad place to visit. There is a constant flow of tourist traffic to Buenos Aires all year round, with of course few upward spurts and some downward spirals. December to February (summer) is a good time to board flights to the city for those who wish to avoid plummeting temperatures in the northern hemisphere. July to August (winter) is another high season with the advent of South American ski season. Of course, cheap flights are hard to come by during these peak tourist periods, especially around the Easter and New Year's. For a budget trip, consider booking tickets for a holiday during spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May). These are the times when cheap flights and accommodation are readily available.
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