Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is famous for its cultural and recreational attractions. The city is known for the Colon Theatre and small experimental theatres, old bookstores and new cultural centers, more than 100 museums and art galleries, big handicraft fairs and modern shopping centers, historical coffee houses, bars featuring tango and milonga shows, discos and pubs with international music, casinos and football games. Visitors may tour around the city visiting traditional neighbourhoods like San Telmo, La Boca, Congreso and Abasto. Tourists can also take thematic walks, following the steps of emblematic characters of either tango or Argentine culture, like Gardel, Evita or Borges. The Río de la Plata offers sailing options.