Known as the Paris of South America, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires attracts couples in search of beauty, history, culture, fine architecture, great food, and fine wine, all at affordable prices. Love is in the air, along with the strains of tango music. Unlike in the United States, which can frown on a public display of serious affection, suddenly having the urge to kiss deeply and affectionately is welcome and normal in Buenos Aires.

A wealth of romantic things to see, do, and taste await you in Buenos Aires. Some are exclusive to this sophisticated city. From savoring the rich flavor of local Malbec wines to absorbing the old-world elegance of Recoleta to having the opportunity to visit a working estancia, a trip to Buenos Aires can yield a lifetime of unforgettable memories.

Visit Casa Rosada

President Juan Perón and First Lady Eva Perón were the country’s most charismatic couple in the 1940s and 1950s. They lived and ruled from Casa Rosada, the palatial presidential mansion and official residence. It was from the balcony that “Evita,” champion of the poor, addressed the masses. So don’t be surprised if the words to “Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina” spring to your lips. On Saturdays, free guided tours of the pink house are available in English, and you can reserve your spots.

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