Despite its European connections, Buenos Aires has a flavor all its own. Street performers doing the tango are as much a part of the landscape as famous buildings like the opulent, French-designed Teatro Colon. Local culture is celebrated in the weekly Mataderos Fair, featuring regional food, crafts and horse races. The city's dozens of neighborhoods, each with its own personality, offer museums, restaurants, shopping, history, dancing and outdoor activities to suit any taste or budget. Watch and play polo in Buenos Aires is a MUST! This city is the cradle of this awesome sport. Palacio Barolo is the best place to capture panoramic views of Buenos Aires. It is located on Avenida de Mayo between Avenida 9 de Julio and Plaza de Congresso.