布宜诺斯艾利斯 • 阿根廷
But wherever these European accents come from, Buenos Aires remains a magical city, resplendent with a thousand colors, by day and by night alike, in neighborhoods such as San Telmo, where time seems to stand still with its antique shops and milongas, a dance that is very like the tango. This neighborhood will provide the perfect setting for a Latin getaway which you can conclude with a lunch break at Café Dorrego and a visit to El Zanjón, a famous XVII century building. Bring this break to a perfect end by taking the road to the cemetery of Recoleta, le Père Lachaise d’Argentine with every tombstone more grandiose than the next. Continue this break away from it all as you take metro line A, with its wooden carriages, down to the waterfront and savor the famous Argentinian asado, the national barbecue dish.