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Argentina's capital Buenos Aires is a wonderful city with great architecture, parks, life, art, restuarants and cafes.

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Here is a list over big annual events in Buenos Aires:


Cancha de Boca Stadium Action
Known as the sweet box, this horseshoe-shaped stadium built in the 1940s each year seats up to 60,000 for Argentine football season action with Club Boca Juniors.
Argentine Crafts & Traditions Fair
Each Sunday and on bank holidays, the Argentine Crafts & Traditions Fair brings country fare to the city, with free dance, music and craft workshops, plus stands offering silver, wood textiles and other goods opposite the cattle market (Mercado de Hacienda).


Buenos Aires Tango Festival
In late February and early March more than 150 performers gather to give nearly 100 free shows and concerts at this festival also featuring finals of the Metropolitan Ballroom Tango Championship.

Buenos Aires Tango Festival
In late February and early March more than 150 performers gather to give nearly 100 free shows and concerts at this festival also featuring finals of the Metropolitan Ballroom Tango Championship.

Marathon For Women
Popular among fitness buffs, this annual marathon coincides with the March International Women's Day. Runners cover 8,000 meters, starting at the University of Buenos Aires Law Faculty Building.

Buenos Aires Book Festival
The Buenos Aires Book Festival, stretching over three weeks, draws more than a million book lovers to the La Rural Exhibition Complex.

Feria de Galerias de Arte
Founded in 1991 and taking place each May at the Predio Ferial de Palermo, the Feria de Galerias de Arte (also known as ARTE BA) showcases Argentine painters, sculptors, graphics experts, photographers and videographers.
Military Parade
In 1999, a military parade marking the 189th anniversary of the Revolucion de Mayo (May Revolution) took place after a 10-year absence, to once again become an annual tradition with soldiers parading past the Casa de Gobierno.

Anniversary of Carlos Gardels Death
A week of tango marks the anniversary of the famed tango vocalists death.


International Video-Dance Festival
Founded in 1995 by Silvina Szperling, the International Video-Dance Festival is staged at the Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center.
La Rural International Exhibition
Livestock, agriculture and industry exhibits at La Rural offer insight into current international market conditions.
FIA World Rally Championship
The Argentine leg of the World Rally Championship, with some of the roughest terrain on the circuit, attracts more than a million spectators each year.


Snow Carnival
August brings an exodus from the city to prime Argentine ski resorts, and one highlight of the new season is Snow Carnival, with torch lit ski parades, ski-jumping and other contests, plus coronation of the snow queen.


Teatro Colon Opera
Host to the world?s great performers, Teatro Colon opened in 1908 with a production of Verdis Aida and now has a year around event schedule with tours of the historic facility conducted daily.
World Tango Festival
A week-long tango celebration features nightly performances along with workshops taught by the masters.
International Guitar Festival
Since 1995, the IGT has attracted artists worldwide specializing in different genres performing free for the public.

Argentine Open Championship
Polo fans flock to the world-class Argentine Open Championship, running late November through early December. Polo seasons are March through May and September through December at the Campo Argenti no de Polo. Tickets can be purchased at gate.
Buenos Aires Gay Pride Weekend
In early November, Gay Pride weekend marks 1969?s formation of the citys first ever gay assembly. Now thousands participate in the flamboyant parade with floats and drag queens, starting at Plaza de Mayo, progressing to Plaza Congresso and ending at Avenida de Mayo.
International Tango Festival
The International Tango Festival unfolds the first week in December, hailing bygone Buenos Aires, while confirming that tango is very much alive in hearts of porteos (Buenos Aires citizens).
National Tango Day
Tango reigns on the Dec. 11 birthday of tango great Carlos Gardel, packed with related events.
Polo Argentine Open
As the worlds fifth oldest polo competition, this tournament first played in 1893 is a highlight of the polo circuit, unfolding at Camp Argentino de Polo en Palermo.


Buenos Aires has a lot of great restaurants. Here are a few we recommend:

Address: Sucre 676
Big trendy restaurant with great food.

Address: Cabrera 5099.
Great steak house.

Address: Uriarte 1572
More restaurant than bar, despite it's name.

Address: Soler 5608
Great fusion of japanese / peruvian.

Address: Uriarte 1658
Upscale great resturant.

Address: El Salvador 4618
A clear favourite!

Address: Paraguay 5099.
If you want try steak in a local way.

Address: Goritti 5870.
Skandinan-inspired restaurant. Great brunch on Sundays.

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