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    Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina. Although the city is mainly known for its love affair with the sensual tango dance, the truth is that Buenos Aires proudly hosts several celebrations and traditions attracting thousands of tourists every year.


    One of these celebrations is called Porteño Carnival, held in February and characterized by streets filled with dancers, parades and floats decorated with flowers.


    The days of Carnival are without a doubt some of the best in the year. Flowers have a great role during these days, since they actually help people decorate the stages while also being a sign of appreciation and loyalty to managers and members of the parades (so much so, that the people of Buenos Aires must have sent flowers more than once to the Carnival’s protagonists!).


    If you want to send flowers to Buenos Aires for Carnival or any other time of year, you can do so with FloraQueen! Just select which flower bouquet you like, and send it to the person you want to receive it!


    If you have to send flowers to Buenos Aires, the prestigious online florist FloraQueen has the best offers in store for you. 100% professionalism with perfectly affordable prices, FloraQueen’s main goal is that everyone, regardless of their wealth, can send flowers anywhere in the world thanks to our services.

    FloraQueen is the best way to send flowers abroad . And your family and friends in Buenos Aires will love the fresh flowers you send them to mark that special occasion or just brighten up their day


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