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Level 22
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Friends
2/1/2014
Overall rating: 8
Nightlife and entertainment: Both to sleep and for fun, you want the Palermo district. I stayed in the Recoeta neighbourhood, near Italian embassy. There were 4 of us and we rented a 1 bedroom apartment for $ 400 for 1 week. Nice buildings and restaurants in Puerto Madero. For an interesting day out, take a boat trip along the river Tigre
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Level 71
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Couple
1/29/2014
Overall rating: 10
Getting Around: It isn't difficult to travel either within the city or to other places. There are even domestic flights, which I recommend you book on the spot because it's much cheaper, and the same goes for travel packages. I really think I'll come back.
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Daniel
6/5/2013
Overall rating: 8
Best Period to Go: Summer can be very hot, up to 40ºC. Winter can be cold, down to -3ºC. In summer, especially january, the city can be very quiet as everybody is on holidays at the coast. Best time to come down to BA would be May-June-January. Worst time would be July-August.
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Tigre
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Level 12
Overall rating: 8
Useful tips: 3/4 days can be more than enough to get to know it thoroughly... if you're a fan of tango you can have it every day! Not too dangerous, but you should keep your head down at night and travel by taxi. Avoid the subway during rush hour.
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Level 9
1/24/2013
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: Excellent city to visit. Obviously there are areas, that at certain times, you should not visit (but you could say that of every city in the entire world), but overall I felt very safe. Public transport is very usable, and taxis are relatively cheap. Take in a Tango Show - well worth the cost. Some hotels are grossly overpriced, but lots of smaller, cheaper hotels which are very good indeed.
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A Tango Show
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Level 14
12/16/2012
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: Beautiful city with friendly people who are always willing to help. Such a variety of things to do, the Arts are incredibly cheap, the opera only costs about US$10. There are really good museums. Generally the city's architecture is beautiful with a wide variety of styles. It is little wonder the residents are proud of the city and justifiably so!
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Avineda Florida
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the opera
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  Buenos Aires receives thousands of tourists from all over the world every year. Most of the visitors come here to experience its unique culture and famed nightlife. The city has a number of theatres, art galleries, restaurants, discotheques, pubs, casinos and fine hotels.
The Teatro Colon is a seven-storey theatre that hosts many cultural programmes such as operas and ballets. Guided tours are available that allow you to get a glimpse behind the scenes of this magnificent bastion of art.
There are a number of museums where you can learn more about the history and culture ... More of this fascinating city. Visitors should not miss tours to the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, Museo del Cabildo and the Museo Evita.
Buenos Aires has many majestic monuments that bear testimony to its glorious past. Some of the more spectacular buildings include the Basílica de Santo Domingo, the Cementerio de la Recoleta and the Casa Rosada.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  The city of Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and also its largest port. It is located on the south-eastern coast of the country.
The city lies on the lush plains of the Rio de la Plata. The climate is generally mild and humid. Temperatures vary between 35°C in January to 10°C in July. Most of the rainfall occurs during the summer months.
Buenos Aires has a population of approximately 2,800,000 people. The inhabitants of the city are called Portenos, and they are mostly descendents of the Spanish and Italians. There is also a significant Mestizo, Arab ... More and East Asian population. 
Portenos have a unique cultural identity and their traditions are greatly influenced by their largely European origins.
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Level 17
12/4/2012
Overall rating: 10
Not to miss: Excellent place for visit. Good food, nice people, beatifull city. Buenos Aires is one on the most popular city that you never leave know. Please, This will be the best place!!
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Level 1
User 25063
6/15/2012
Overall rating: 10
General opinion: I love Buenos Aires
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Level 9
5/11/2012
Overall rating: 8
Useful tips: Try and get some sort of guide, at recoletta cementry, it makes it so much more interesting. Start the walk to st telmo sunday market, on the plazo de mayo side of defense ave. Exchange rate commissions, vary dramatically to shop around
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parilla
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Level 27
4/4/2012
Overall rating: 10
Useful tips: Beautiful city, very easy to get around by public transport, which links with the "porteña" suburb. Mind your handbags and wallets on both buses and on the subway. People are lovely, they are all very helpful when you ask for directions or are trying to find a pub.
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