French-designed areas of green are incredible
Buenos Aries is a brilliant and bustling metropolis, but one of the most impressive things about it is the green spaces it offers people on solo holidays.
Mark Hughes-Morgan, who has written widely about travel for the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph, wrote about the Argentinean capital city's parks for the former publication.
"The French-designed parks are a treat, full of portenos [the name given to the city's natives] working out, rollerblading or just strutting their stuff," he said.
"The 3rd of February Park to the north is one of the largest and includes a garden with more than 12,000 roses and several lakes. Close by is the Museum of Latin American Art."
Located in the Palermo region of the city, the Museum of Latin American Art is home to some fantastic works of art from the titans of Latin American culture.
It hosts paintings, sculptures and installations by artists from Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay and, of course, Argentina.