One of the most passionate football cities in the world, Buenos Aires has borne and nurtured many legends in football; once you're here, it'll be easy to see why.Famous footballers to have played here: Diego Maradona, Carlos Tevez, Juan Roman Riquelme, Walter Samuel, Gabriel Batistuta.Things to do apart from football: Visit the colourful neighbourhood of La Boca to see where tango started. Visit Casa Rosada, a pink palace that houses the presidential office.Average expenditure per day per head: Rs. 3,000Book the best hotels.Read more about the city.
The medieval city of Cordoba stands out for its peaceful co-existence of three religions—Islamic, Jewish, and Christian. While the spectacular architecture and cultural blend is a major draw for travellers, I’m here on a mission to uncover the amazing food of this Andalusian city. My initiation into the cuisine starts with two local favourites: Salmorejo, a cold and creamy soup made with tomato, bread, olive oil, vinegar, and garlic, served at almost every tavern and bar (it comes with small pieces of hard-boiled eggs and Ibérico ham). The other is frituras that comes in three kinds: croquettes fried in extra virgin olive oil; eggplant slices fried in honey; Ibérico pork fillet rolled in Ibérico ham, coated with flour and eggs, and then fried in olive oil.DESTINATION GUIDE For our take on the best food haunts in Europe, go to travelandleisureindia.in
Ushuaia is the world’s southernmost city to capture the Southern Lights. It is also one of the easiest destinations to get to on this list as it has its own airport. Because it is so further south, the city is frequented with cloud covers and bad weather in general, making it a little difficult to view the lights. So keep a few days in hand, when you plan a trip to this spot. Also, head out of the city to someplace remote, to avoid any light pollution. While you are here, make sure to hit up the End of The World museum.