Where do locals go to escape the stress of urban life. In Buenos Aires it's sanctuary found in the Tigre Delta region.
The Argentine capital is well known for its gourmet cuisine, fabulous shopping, frenzied nightlife and top-drawer activities – but when weary porteños (residents of Buenos Aires) wish to escape the commotion of the big city, the town of Tigre and its surrounding delta region make for the perfect weekend getaway.
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