One of the most popular options when visiting the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is to go on a series of “cultural tours” and get to know the theater, literary and artistic scenes of a city that is generally characterized for its movement, vitality and intellectual output.
A simple stroll through the city will surely lead us to many places that have been immortalized in so many literary works. Some examples being, the Lezama Park (where writer Ernesto Sabato placed his character -Martin- in “Sobre Heroes y Tumbas” or “On Heroes and Tombs”), the Plaza Italia (where the brilliant science fiction comic “El Eternauta” by Hector German Oesterheld begins), and the Palermo neighborhood of the immortal Jorge Luis Borges.
If museums are your thing, what Buenos Aires offers is also quite varied and great. Over 140 establishments- both public and private- can be visited, all covering a diverse range of cultural matter. The most important of these museums are: The National Museum of Fine Art, the Casa Gardel Museum, The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires and the Argentinian Museum of Natural Science “Bernardino Rivadavia.”
VN:F [1.7.8_1020]Cultural Tourism in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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