Visit the official site of the tourism agency of the XXXV Pan American Congress here.
Visit the official site of the Secretariat of Tourism of the City of Buenos Aires here.
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is known for its broad cultural and recreational offer in its neighborhoods 365 days a year during the day and night: the Colon Theater and small experimental theaters (especially located on Corrientes Avenue), old bookstores and new cultural centers; more than 100 museums and art galleries; huge artisan fairs and modern shopping malls; historic cafes; places to enjoy tango and milongas; discos and bars with international music; restaurants of all styles, casinos and the most passionate soccer games, find their place in this great metropolis.
You can walk through the city's neighborhoods, from the most traditional ones such as San Telmo, La Boca, Congreso or Abasto, to the most refined ones such as Recoleta or Belgrano, to the most modern ones such as Puerto Madero or Palermo, home of avant-garde design. Themed tours are available, following in the footsteps of emblematic characters of tango or Argentine culture such as Gardel, Evita or Borges. For those who enjoy sailing, another option is a trip on the Río de la Plata and for the more unconventional ones, the streets of Buenos Aires always invite you to go out with no direction, guided by the curiosity of discovering the endless attractions that shine in this great city.