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Buenos Aires has gained the name of “the Paris of South America’ due to the elegance of its architecture. Its a vivid city, full of cafes and diversity of restaurants in every corner. After New York, it has the largest amount of theatres in the world, with a wide range of spectacles and cultural options. There’s bookstores everywhere. Its a city filled with history, growing at a rapid pace, with new neighborhoods pumping up with the fanciest stores and bars. Its also popular for its nightlife, with worldwide reknown clubs and big artists playing every now and then. This massive urbanization has sometime been a 10 blocks town with dusty streets, gathered around the Plaza de Mayo. There’s lots of stories behind each building, park and monument. Our local tour guide will show you that forgotten side of the city, that holds the roots of this diversed culture, where inmigration played a big role.