Avenida Corrientes, Buenos Aires
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Feel the passion of tango culture in the air as you stroll down Avenida Corrientes, known to locals as "the street that never sleeps." The avenue's long-held reputation for throbbing nightlife has tied it to the tango culture, so much so that plaques have been laid at 40 of its street corners to celebrate the most influential figures in tango history. The city's cultural hub, the area boasts an abundance of bookshops and theaters, drawing comparisons with Broadway in New York. Pop in to one of the avenue's theaters for a live performance with a distinctly spicy, Argentinean touch. To visit Avenida Corrientes on your holiday in Buenos Aires, and find out what else Buenos Aires has to offer, use our Buenos Aires tourist route planner.
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  • This is one of the most talked about and well known avenues of Buenos Aires. After July 9 is the most iconic of the Argentine capital, with its movement, shops and urban stories.
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  • One of the best things in Corrientes is the livarias Avenue corridor has become. Many stay open until midnight. In addition, it is the largest concentration of theatres of Buenos Aires and of galleries where you can buy cd ´ s, posters and Argentinean typically granted. Is full of restaurants too.
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  • Take the Avenida Corrientes is mandatory for anyone visiting the city of Buenos Aires. Here you can observe the local culture, day and night, where one can buy, enjoy while having lunch or dinner and then appreciate the art of their culture with some show.
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