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A city which personality is amalgamated by a mixture of features: from the glamour of Recoleta’s French attics to La Boca’s Italian flavors, through the Spanish tradition of May’s Avenue. In Buenos Aires, Baroque designs coexist with minimalist styles; the new deconstructive cuisine, with asados and picadas at popular family restaurants and fancy tea houses; sinuous parks are mingled with imposing apartment towers; this city either ignores or loves the Río de la Plata. In Buenos Aires, there is an overlapping of different, paradoxical realities, Latin American excess with intimate spaces; passion with the finest irony. Buenos Aires city has converted tango’s melancholy and milonga’s joy into collective memory. Its inhabitants had the intelligence of guessing correctly the exact dosage for their musical key. That may be the reason of the existence of so many good writers, that traditional literary cafes continue being an icon and that theaters are always full of spectators. They know that melancholy is the opposite to nostalgia and that, correctly managed, it generates a warmer atmosphere. Here, they juxtaposed love for nature with the most urban feeling. This city elevates to a mythical category politicians, singers or soccer players. Contradictory, suggestive, alive. Buenos Aires is a show.
Buenos Aires has direct flights to 27 cities in the world. The capital city has two international airports: “Ministro Pistarini” International Airport concentrates most of the long distance air traffic, and “Jorge Newbery” International Airpark, apart from some international flights, mainly operates domestic flights.