Buenos Aires, Argentina travel tips

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Puerto Madero is the safest ares in the city and the first choice for hotel bookings especially since the best restaurants are also there.

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Whether it is local, Italian or Spanish cuisine you seek, to know who has the best ratings, get a Guía Óleo. It is a local restaurant guide.

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Check with agents or just check the listings yourself for an upscale apartment that is usually half the cost of an upscale hotel and bigger too.

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You can catch a rock concert almost anytime of year in Buenos Aires.

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Puerto Madero is pretty safe to visit a bar or cafe day or night.

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For great meals in a fancy surrounding, visit Buenos_Aires/Palermo.

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Argentina is the beef capital and you can get it done anyway you like almost anywhere.

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The markets and fairs are great in the summer especially on Saturday and Sunday.

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Santa Fe Avenue is nice for walking and buying clothes and books. Great atmosphere.

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The best shopping experience is on Florida Street and Lavalle Street where you can also experience street performances. They are both pedestrian only traffic.

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Most ATMs limit you to 300 Pesos per day so it's best to find a citibank ATM that will give you up to your card's maximum.

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ATMs and banks are plentiful in the cities but extremely rare in residential areas.

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To avoid getting counterfeit notes, ignore the persons shouting cambio along the streets and head to microcentro along Florida and Lavalle. There you will find banks and "Casas Cambio that you will give you the official exchange rate.

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While major shopping malls and supermarkets close at 10 pm, you will find kiosks on almost every avenue that open 24 hours.

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Because of the many qualified doctors and affordable cost for medical procedures, it is a great place to go for any medical attention you need. Still check out the credentials of the doctor you'll be using prior to proceeding.

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Whether you want an eco-friendly spa or a regular spa, they are all over the place and at many hotels.

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If touring the huge city by bus, taxi or train frustrates you, go on a very exciting helicopter tour.

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There are polo matches right throughout the year but if you are there in December, you must check out the largest tournament at Las Cañitas in Buenos Aires.

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Do not leave without a bottle of wine from one of the countries rated among the best for wine production.

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Anuva Wines offers you a great wine tasting experience while teaching you about the proper foods to pair with five different wines.

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