BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Rainy WALKING Tour【4K】☂️🇦🇷

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Rainy WALKING Tour【4K】☂️🇦🇷


Welcome to Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷 Do you like to walk in the rain? ☂️ We’re now crossing Cabildo Avenue Today is friday and it’s about it’s 5 pm It has been raining all the day Temperature it’s about 95F° or 35°C Buenos Aires is the
capital city of Argentina This city it’s situated on the
shore of the Río de la Plata We’re at a distance of about 5300 miles
or 8500 km from New York City and about 6200 miles or
10,000 km to Madrid, Spain This neighborhood is called Belgrano
and you’ll see more videos on the channel We’re now crossing Blanco Encalada Street Buenos Aires” can be translated as
“fair winds” or “good airs” In the 16th century, the name of the city was:
“Real de Nuestra Señora Santa María del Buen Ayre” The city is neither part of Buenos Aires Province nor
the Province’s capital, it is an autonomous district Buenos Aires is a multicultural city being
home to multiple ethnic and religious groups Buenos Aires city is by far, the
largest affluent city in Argentina This city has a population
of about 2.8 million people Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area
it’s about 13,000,000 people We’re now crossing Av. Monroe Be sure to subscribe to the channel
New videos around the world every week 😉 This city was founded twice.
It’s second name was: City of the Most Holy Trinity and
Port of Saint Mary of the Fair Winds The short form “Buenos Aires” became
the common usage during the 17th century Buenos Aires has a humid subtropical
climate with four distinct seasons There are 48 official neighborhoods in this city There are several subdivisions of these districts and many are product of a real estate invention We’re now crossing
Roosevelt Street The name of this neighborhood comes
from the name Manuel Belgrano He was a politician and military who created
the national flag of Argentina in 1820 This is an upper-middle-class neighborhood that can
be roughly divided into Belgrano R and Belgrano C Avenida Cabildo carries heavy
automobile traffic 24/7 You’ll see less traffic now because it’s
summer and many locals are on vacations Belgrano features many cafés, movie theaters, specialty
shops, clothing boutiques, bookstores, and more We’re now crossing Pedro Ignacio Rivera St High-rise luxury apartment buildings are clustered
on the leafy streets surrounding this avenue Unfortunately many historic and beautiful homes have
been replaced by high-rise residential structures now If you check the channel you’ll find
many Argentina’s walking tour videos There are also rain walk videos recorded
in different cities around the world We are now crossing Manuel Ugarte St Congreso de Tucumán is a station on Line D of the
Buenos Aires Underground and is the current terminus Cabildo Avenue is crossed by over 22 bus lines
being a large commercial avenue in the city We’re now crossing Avenida Congreso Buenos Aires has a total area of 203
square kilometers (78 square miles) Elegant yet always bustling, Buenos Aires
encapsulates the very essence of Argentina The city’s wealth and influence overshadow
the life of the rest of the country The city’s per capita GGP is more than three times the
average per capita GGP in the rest of the country Buenos Aires’ economy is primarily
composed of the services sector In 1900 Argentina had the
World’s Highest GDP Per Capita Buenos Aires architecture is characterized by its eclectic
nature, with elements resembling Paris and Madrid We’re now crossing Quesada St Locals are referred to as porteños (“people of the port”)
because so many arrived by boat from Europe Buenos Aires’ quality of life was ranked 91st in
the world, being one of the best in Latin America It is the second-most visited city of
Latin America, behind Mexico City Have you been to Buenos Aires?
Share your experience in the comments! I use to read all the comments
so don’t be shy and say something! We’re now crossing Iberá St Buenos Aires has over 280 theatres
more than any other city in the world July 9 Avenue is the widest avenue in the world
with 14 lanes, plus 4 lanes of parallel streets! Before becoming the Pontiff, Pope Francis
I was a nightclub bouncer in this city 😅 About half of the population is of Italian descent.
Locals speak Spanish and gesture like Italians The city has implemented one of the best protected
bike lane system in the world with free public bikes Most drivers won’t respect
pedestrian here so be alert Left turn is not allowed at intersections with traffic lights
unless there is a left turn lane, which is very unusual Argentinian time is relative so If you agree to meet
someone at 18:30, they’ll show up at 18:50 Buenos Aires a great place to live, full of cultural
activities and locals are very warm and helpful We are now crossing Cabildo Avenue The city is “flat”, so it’s a very nice place to
walk around without an specific destination This street it’s called Manuela Pedraza So it’s Buenos Aires safe? It’s safe for South American standards
but be careful and use common sense This is the city that never seems to sleep.. You can order a T-Bone steaks at 2am and most
Nightclubs don’t get pumping until 3 am This street it’s called Vuelta de Obligado If you enjoyed this video please like, comment,
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