Have a sleep; there's no need to rise early for Buenos Aires' famous San Telmo market.
Marble mausoleums, winged angels and strange stories rub shoulders in the beautiful La Recoleta cemetery.
Any questions about the value in paying for premium economy are put to bed.
One of the city's standout attractions is Recoleta, a cemetery crammed with grandiose stone mausoleums.
I would never have picked polo as being a sport that is excellent fun for novices, but this attempt at a game is an hour or so of utter delight.
Like the property in the classic Simpsons episode, this is a real-life 'Rancho Relaxo' ideal for recharging the batteries.
Argentina’s capital has a well-kept secret, its strictly governed artisan markets.
Full of colour and life, this city is synonymous with all things of the arts - history, literature and the tango. Evenings of dance performances are followed by days spent lazing in ornate old-fashioned bars and cafes. Visit the 'hip' neighbourhood of Palermo for vintage shops, great coffee and a secret bar scene. Don't miss gems like Manzana de las Luces hidden in the bowels of an inner-city suburb.