By night or by day, Downtown Buenos Aires is a lively (and crowded) place to be.
A good place to start your research is the official website of Buenos Aires (in English).
La Boca can be expensive so shop around for the best prices, but there are plenty of great restaurants and lots of places to explore.
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You can find tango dancers on many of the main tourist streets in Buenos Aires, especially around Florida Street (great for shopping).
A great guide to finding somewhere to eat in Buenos Aires.
Make sure you try some of the famous local food: empanadas, locro and of course, asado (barbecue). Or just relax with a drink of yerba mate.
Don't plan on going tango dancing after eating asado. Many parilladas will keep offering you a huge variety of cuts of meat until you are stuffed to your eyeballs!
This video guide from travel experts Expedia should give you some handy travel tips whilst visiting Buenos Aires.
Try to visit neighborhoods such as La Boca, Palermo, San Telmo, Belgrano, Recoleta and Puerto Madero.
Don't get lost in translation! Read these helpful hints about the Spanish spoken in Buenos Aires.
Qué tal Buenos Aires? What's up Buenos Aires!