Buenos Aires Cruises

Building of congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Building of congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Piramide de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Stretched out along the Rio de la Plata, the nation’s capital, Buenos Aires, is a rich mix of European splendour and Latino passion. Its centre, Plaza de Mayo, is lined with impressive 19th century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. It’s also the location of the Pirámide de Mayo, built to celebrate  Argentina's independence in 1810. 

French and Italian-style palaces grace the Avenida de Mayo, while other attractions include the Teatro Colón opera house, and the modern MALBA museum, which exhibits Latin American art.[ReadMoreMob] The city’s complexity is exemplified by the diverse architecture, unique urban landscape and boulevards lined with cafes, shops and galleries.

The food scene is increasingly dynamic, and satisfying the craving for one of the region's famously-juicy steaks is easy given Parrillas (steakhouses) sit on virtually every corner. A late-night cone of the local caramel ice-cream is a popular favourite, and an evening in this energetic city can be finished off with music and dancing in one of the many jazz clubs and tango bars. 

Cruises to Buenos Aires

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Latin America with the Chilean Fjords • T2201

 Southampton
Bolette
Tue 04 Jan 2022
79 nights
  • Discover iconic destinations & unforgettable highlights
  • Dance the tango in Buenos Aires and much more.
  • Scenic cruising by Cape Horn