Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’
Cycling is for many the best way to see the country independently and healthy as it allows you to enjoy the scenery detail offered by nature.
This activity combines physical exercise with training, so it has become one of the most popular choices for holiday travel long distances to enable people of all ages.
Very near the Federal Capital of Argentina there are many natural alternatives and other old cultural villages abandoned train stations and sites where historic battles were fought. One of these circuits is the Otamendi nature reserve located at Kilometer 70, Route 9 where we will land roads and a variety of vegetation.
Every so often when I visit Buenos Aires and my business activities I leave some free time I like to stroll through its streets and neighbourhoods, and the cosmopolitan city that holds many secrets spaces incredibly beautiful and we just have to get into it to find them.
One of the most visited by tourists from around the world is La Boca. With his gaze to the Creek, near where now stand the great towers of Puerto Madero, this space gave birth to the Tango, the beautiful and Malevos and “Chirusas” (as they were called to immigrant women working in brothels and lived in the area) that the rhythm of popular bands bandoneon and cheered their heavy burdens of life through dance.
Strolling through the cobbled stone streets can see the old tenements that were modest wooden boxes built with timber from the packaging of the goods that entered the port of Buenos Aires at that time. The colourful and vivid painting denotes the melting pot that was found there and in some ways represents just the great diversity of peoples that make up the Argentina.