Buenos Aires was originally founded in 1536 and was named Nuestra Señora Santa María del Buen Aire, or Our Lady St. Mary of the Good Air. Located on the south-east coast of the country, Argentina's capital is now home to around 3 million people. It is one of the most visited cities in Latin America. The city has a thriving arts scene, interesting history and amazing architecture drawing tourists eager to experience the 'Paris of the South.'

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01Dance the Tango

The tango is synonymous with Buenos Aires, and visitors have many opportunities to experience this passionate dance. Visitors looking for an authentic experience may wish to visit a milonga, where locals go dancing. They happen around the city every day of the week. The most interesting experience may be an open-air milonga where visitors can watch tango enthusiasts dancing in the street.

Attractive couple dancing tango in the old street 101dalmatians / Getty Images