Buenos Aires is a city full of attractions and it is so big that there are not enough days, weeks and visits to see everything. That's why you always have to go back. These are some of the must-sees for lovers of the charming Buenos Aires atmosphere. Floralis Generica : It is a giant flower over 20 meters high, the work of the architect Eduardo Catalano. He made it with the idea of reflecting the dynamism of the time as a gift for Buenos Aires. It opened on April 13, 2002. Recoleta Cemetery : It was built in 1822 as the first public cemetery and its layout is the work of the French engineer Pr\u00f3spero Catelin. It is a National Historic Landmark and has more than 90 vaults. Corrientes Avenue : It is the most important cultural axis of the city. Between Callao and Esmeralda avenues there are theaters such as Lola Membrives and Presidente Alvear, among pizzerias, restaurants, hotels and notable cafes. It is known as "the street that never sleeps". Obelisk : Historic monument considered, worldwide, the greatest emblem of Buenos Aires. It is strategically located at the intersection of the two most important avenues in Argentina: 9 de Julio, one of the widest, and Corrientes "street", one of the main cultural poles of Buenos Aires. This is where the City's national flag was first hoisted. La Bombonera : It was inaugurated in 1940 and its name is due to the steep angle of inclination that resembles a box of chocolates. The Club Atl\u00e9tico Boca Juniors acts as a local every weekend with a union between players and fans unique in the world.