Flights Lyon - Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina's capital city
An incredibly cosmopolitan metropolis and a bustling city that will not fail to win you over.
With its beautiful architectural curiosities, its culture and folklore, enjoy the city both day and night at a rhythm that mimics the ‘slow, slow, quick-quick-slow’ of the tango!
Useful information about Buenos Aires
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Visit a barrio
Buenos Aires has many typical ‘barrio’ neighbourhoods that you won't tire of visiting! Don't leave without seeing one of the most popular ones, Recoleta. With its cemetery, a genuine outdoor work of art, its cultural centre nestled in a former convent, the very hip Buenos Aires Design mall, the Plaza Francia market, so popular among the Porteños, and its monuments, this neighbourhood is a unique trip into the heart of the Argentinian universe..
Go to the opéra
Visiting Buenos Aires can also be a great opportunity to hear an opera in an incredible setting: the dome of the Teatro Colón opera house. In addition to its remarkable Art Deco atmosphere, this venue stands out for its exceptional acoustics, comparable to the Scala opera house in Milan. Ranked among the top five venues in the world, the Teatro Colón will delight fans of classical music..
Catch a football game
Buenos Aires is the birthplace of the tango, but it is also a city of footballers! Seeing a match in one of the capital's legendary stadiums is therefore a must: the Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti stadium, La Boca or “Bombonera”, or the Pedro Bidegain stadium of San Lorenzo de Almagro. Book your seats for a guaranteed rollercoaster of emotions!
Discover the art of milonga
Don’t leave Buenos Aires without going to a milonga, where the most fast-paced and sensual of dances is performed: the Argentinian tango. Every weekend, from 7.00pm to 10.00pm, you can go to the neighbourhood of Belgrano for an outdoor milonga right in the park. Whether simple spectators or passionate enthusiasts, everyone is welcome!