Many people associate the Tango with Buenos Aires and they are correct since it originated in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, most notably in the brothels and in the poorer areas. The sexy dance moves were not seen as respectable for most people until Parisian high society adopted them in the 1920s and then the Tango as it is known today spread round the world.
Buenos Aires is also home to many historic figures — like the legendary Eva Peron — and you can see her gravesite as well as follow the developments in the city at a wide variety of museums.
This is also a great city to explore — to visit the local plazas and historic districts, stop at a café, do some shopping, or hunt for antiques or special souvenirs to remind you of your time here.
Travelers can also engage in some sports including golf, sailing, tennis, and fishing not far from the hotel.