by Royal Holiday

From Ernest Hemingway, the Fitzgerald, and even Woody Allen, have inspired their books, music, and movies, respectively, in which is believed to be the prettiest city of the old continent; Paris. Without a doubt, the so-called City of Light has been the center of inspiration for artists of all latitudes thanks to the bohemian atmosphere found in its alleys, plazas, museums, and streets.

Historically speaking, France, being one of the first European countries to lead a culturally revolutionary movement, quickly became the reference point for other countries, which to this day continue to reproduce its architectural work, among them Buenos Aires.

From the National Congress to the Recoleta Cemetery, the architecture of Buenos Aires is a delight that undoubtedly inspires travelers who journey around the world in search of the most emblematic architectural works. Therefore, on this occasion, we want to invite you to discover 4 representative buildings on your next visit to Buenos Aires.


Only 10 minutes away from Park Royal City Buenos Aires, this marvel of Neo-Gothic style with high ceilings, vertical lines, and ogival arches, similar to those found in the cathedrals of Reims or Chartres in France, can be found. Undoubtedly, a must-see on your next visit to Buenos Aires.



With an 80 meters high dome and Greco-Roman style, the Argentine National Congress is a must-visit stop that cannot be overlooked, not only for the richness of its construction but also for its evident similarities with the Church of the Madeleine in Paris. Don’t miss out on visiting it!



Considered a historical monument since 1994, the also known as Anchorena Palace is located in the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Its eclectic architecture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, originating from French academicism and spread by the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, make this building a clear testament to the fact that the Parisian tradition also lives on in Buenos Aires.



Supported by four columns of Greek Doric order, the Recoleta Cemetery is without a doubt the crown jewel of Buenos Aires, not only for housing the remains of important political figures such as Eva Perón or Julio Argentino Roca but also because the architectural richness of its mausoleums, domes, and sculptures bears a certain resemblance to the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Undoubtedly, an otherworldly experience.

Thanks to your Royal Holiday Membership, you’ll be able to visit Park Royal City Buenos Aires and explore the most picturesque and bohemian corners of this vibrant city, where there’s always a story hidden among the asphalt, eagerly awaiting the most intrepid travelers to immerse themselves in it.

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