Buenos Aires Travel GuideAbout Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires blends European sophistication and South American verve. The city offers the broad avenues, gastronomical variety, and cultural importance of its European sister.When to Visit Buenos Aires
As a Southern Hemisphere city, Buenos Aires' seasons occur at opposite times of the year from those in the north. For instance, when it's winter in New York, it's summer in Buenos Aires. The most popular time to visit is during the warmer months of spring and summer (September through March), when cruises arrive, outdoor events take place, and people flee from colder locales.
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