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Buenos Aires, Capital Federal intro. Famed for its European-style atmosphere and rich cultural attractions, Buenos Aires is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South America. The autonomous city, formerly known as Capital Federal, consists of 48 neighbourhoods, each with their own particular flavour. Microcentro, considered to be the heart of the city, is a good place to start. It hosts some of the city's most beautiful architecture as well as Florida Street, a pedestrianised shopping area. San Telmo is one of the most historical districts in the city, famed for its colonial houses as well as its edgy nightlife scene. La Boca is much poorer than other parts of the city, but is certainly one of the most colourful areas. Visitors should join a tour of La Bombonera, Boca Junior's home stadium, or even better, try to catch a game here. The Recoleta district is refined, featuring some of the city's best restaurants. Visitors can also take in the elegance of Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place of the city's rich and famous. Guests can reach Capital Federal hotels by flying to Jorge Newbery Airport, around 20 minutes from the Microcentro by taxi.