Buenos Aires is a city of variety, and ‘varietés’. As many tourists and locals call it the most European city in South America. From someone that has lived in Buenos Aires for 25 years, I can tell that is not so European in the whole, but it has some corner which does look like. But there are two qualities that for sure identify such an international city as Buenos Aires, the first one is that the city never sleeps. It does not matter how late it is, you can always find some place where to spend some time, to do some activity, dance, sing, shows, whatever. And the second one, the city has as many options as you can ever imagine. Let’s go topic by topic.
Buenos Aires’s City centre
18th-century building – Palermo
Colon Theatre and Lavalle Square
Street Fair in San Telmo
Taking off aeroplane
My name is Natasha Trech, I am a girl from Argentina. Five months ago, I started my biggest adventure, I cross the ocean to come to the old continent, Europe.
In the past few months, I learn from different cultures and different people, I learn even from myself.
I have been in 4 countries, and I will keep on travelling for at least four more months, always with one goal, discover the world and myself.
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