Unless you live in Uruguay Buenos Aries is a long way from anywhere – but, for Americans at least, it has one big advantage: you are still on an American-centric time zone. There’s a lot to see and do here and we only scratched the surface. We didn’t allow ourselves time to get out into the countryside which, for a country this large, is a big mistake. For all those people expecting the ‘Paris of South America’ prepare to be disappointed – it’s not. Is anywhere?
Travel Tip BA is huge so a little planning is required getting around and, while it does feel European in many ways, it is not in Europe at all so be open to appreciating the differences rather than hunting for the similarities – another reason why I’d imagine a trip into the interior is essential.