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hotels-near-the-main-attractions-of-buenos-aires.jpgThe most important Buenos Aires hotels are immersed in surrounding areas of great charm and they are near attractions which are factors considered by business travelers and holidaymakers before booking a hotel to fully enjoy their stay in this city. In the vicinity of these hotels you can find the most traditional bars, restaurants, cafes, clubs and discos of Buenos Aires.

Furthermore, the strategic locations of the luxury hotels in Buenos Aires facilitate guests to enjoy easy access to places of important historical interest as the Manzana de las Luces, the Cabildo, the Plaza de Mayo, the Government House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Convent of San Francisco and the Convent of Santo Domingo.

The Capital City has a distinctive culture. There are more than one hundred museums, theaters as the impressive Colón Theater as well as numerous craft fairs and malls which invite you to know and enjoy its culture.

Among the different notable buildings of Buenos Aires we can mention the Cervantes Theater, the Kavanagh Building, the Planetarium, the Palacio de Aguas Corrientes and the Church of Pilar.

The green spaces which are ideal for doing exercise or walking include Sarmiento Park, Ledezma Park, the Zoo and the Botanical Garden. They are also fantastic sites to relax and enjoy nature itself.

Various tourist attractions are located only a few minutes away from the downtown area. Among them we can mention: Caminito in La Boca, the Parque de la Costa in Tigre, the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Forests in Spanish), the Recoleta Cemetery, San Telmo antiques and the objects of art in Palermo Viejo.

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