Travel to Buenos Aires to experience a bright, emotional and multicolored honeymoon vacation, discover a new place in this wonderful world and give a perfect start to your new romantic life together.
This city gives great possibilities for the honeymooners to enjoy the city in its different (and frequently unusual) aspects. There are so many things to do, from simple hitting the beach and walking around to dancing tango and watching the soccer game.
Buenos Aires is a very versatile city where the number of activities is really amazing. When people travel to Buenos Aires the first thing they usually do is taking a walking tour around the city. Although you understand that you’re in Argentina the feeling of the romantic European vacation doesn’t leave you during all your stay here. Maybe it is a quaint architecture that makes the city so attractive? While wandering around the city don’t forget to take several shots of the famous Obelisk, or explore the Plaza de Mayo with its rich past.
Tango is one of the most popular activities in Buenos Aires and definitely the most suitable during the romantic honeymoon vacation. It doesn’t ever matter whether you’ve been dancing tango for years or just want to give it a try: everybody is dancing here. If you are not professional dancers to show your skills at clubs, turn to one of those numerous lessons which will give you the basics of this fiery dance and guide you along the difficult process of learning.
Actually, you can spend your romantic honeymoon not only enjoying the city attractions but also lying back on the beach and enjoying the turquoise waters and warm sun in this welcoming honeymoon destination.
Argentina is famous for the delicious coffee, so why not indulge yourself with a cup of the magical black beverage, as hot and tasty as the tango dance? And while you’re already in a café, order a traditional local dainty called parrillada, a steak prepared on woodfire, and you’ll understand it’s one of the tastiest things you’ve ever eaten.
Perhaps it is best to travel to Buenos Aires between March and May (during the local fall) when the temperatures are quite mild or from September to November when it is spring (which boasts mild temperatures as well).