Buenos Aires is one of the biggest cultural poles of the continent. The city is considered the fourth largest in the world on theaters and it has more theaters than New York. The local museums, either traditional or modern, are famous. Tango music and dance can be seen at the “Tanguería” more sophisticated or popular “Milonga” of a neighborhood.
With over 3,000 restaurants, eating in Buenos Aires is a matter of choosing where and what. From the typical “asado” (barbacue) or pizza to the food of some of the many communities that settled in the city for centuries of immigration.
Football is passion, and fans plan their trips to attend a classic. Another feature that attracts visitors is shopping: with Fairs, Open-air Shopping circuits and Malls. Buenos Aires is the origin of meetings and festivals for independent art producers, either in theater and cinema or in musique and design-. In Buenos Aires there are fairs and cultural activities throughout the year.