Buenos Aires is South America’s third largest city and was established on the shores of the Rio de la Plata in 1570. The strategic location of the port of Buenos Aires played an important role in the city’s cultural development for it served as a gateway to Argentina, during the years of mass European immigration in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The city’s European migrants who hailed mainly from Spain, France and Italy greatly influenced the architectural, cultural and ethnic formation of the city so much so that Buenos Aires continues to be referred to as the ‘Paris of the Americas’ for it resembles the French capital greatly with its wide avenues, landscaped gardens, stately colonial architecture and numerous al fresco pavement cafes.
Buenos Aires is also famed as the home of ‘the tango’. A music and dance form that originated here in Buenos Aires in the late 1800’s. Tango schools and ‘milongas’ (tango dance clubs) can be found at every street corner of the city. These dance institutions attract hordes of enthusiastic visitors to Buenos Aires every year, all of whom come to learn to dance in an authentic setting.
If you have always wanted to visit Buenos Aires then why not plan a trip? And if you are heading out from a US city then you should probably elect to fly business class Buenos Aires for the journey to the Argentinean capital is ‘long haul’.
Flying on business seats is infinitely pleasurable, for not only do you get access to ...Read Moreprivileges like priority check-in facilities, excess baggage allowances, fast track security clearance and lounge access on the ground, you also get seated in dedicated cabins that are equipped with seats that recline completely. Additional benefits include access to unending supplies of gourmet food and drink coupled with courteous attention from the cabin crew.
With travel becoming more stressful in a post 9/11 world, business class tickets help you avoid the agony not to mention numerous fees that are associated with travel in a lower cabin.
Buenos Aires today is not a mere imitation of Paris. The city, which has recovered from the currency crash of 2001, is today a thriving metropolis littered with chic stores, boutique hotels, art galleries and design studios, thumping night clubs and excellent restaurants, which serve a variety of cuisines including fine beef from la Pampa region and superlative wines from Argentina’s wine country, Mendonza.
Most folk are of the view that business class seats to Buenos Aires are prohibitive but that need not be the case, for business class discounts are abound. Often Airlines themselves announce promotions on premier cabin travel but if you can’t access these offers, you can always snag a similar deal through a reputed airfares consolidator. Airfares consolidators almost always have access to cheap business class flights to Buenos Aires as part of their portfolio; through the exclusive contracts that they have with various airlines.
Often these discounted business class tickets have certain stipulations attached to them like advance purchases and travel within defined periods but these are mere minor inconveniences compared to the savings and comfort they offer. Moreover these tickets also earn mileage like regularly priced premier cabin tickets. With all these various advantages on offer and more, business class to Buenos Aires is the way to go. Book your business class to Buenos Aires now and fly in style. Hide