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    Top Buenos Aires Milongas

    The art and passion of tango lives in the spirit of Argentina, and some say that a trip to Buenos Aires wouldn’t be complete without some type of tango interaction. Even if you don’t know how to tango (or dance in general), there are still places where you can relax, take a class and join if you like. We’re giving you our favorite milongas in Buenos Aires, unknown and known. [caption id="attachment_5920" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Read more
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    Buenos Aires Day Trips to Tigre

    Less than an hour’s train ride north of Argentina’s capital city lies El Tigre. A popular destination for both locals and foreign tourists, this island town is located in the heart of the Paraná delta and is ideal for relaxing Buenos Aires Day Trips. With a wide variety of activities—including spas, restaurants, museums, and boat and bike rides—Tigre offers a little something for everyone. [caption id="attachment_7614" Read more
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    Where to watch Polo in Buenos Aires

    Ready to watch the best polo matches in the world? Look no further than the polo clubs in Argentina. While you will find polo in various parts of the country, it is undoubtedly true that polo in Buenos Aires is much more popular. Check out this list of Polo clubs in Buenos Aires, which you can use to find out more information about the different clubs and their locations. [caption id="attachment_4541" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Polo in Read more
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    Learning Spanish in Buenos Aires

    Arrived in Buenos Aires and realized you don’t speak a word of Spanish? Not to worry. The city is full of opportunities to learn and practice your “Rioplatense” Spanish. Porteños love to talk, whether it be with their best friend, cab driver, or doorman, so there is never a shortage of conversation in Buenos Aires! [caption id="attachment_2044" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Porteños Love to Talk[/caption] The Spanish spoken in Read more
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    Buenos Aires ‘Before and After’ Visual Project Offers Rare Look into the City’s Past

    Have you ever wanted to see what the streets of Argentina were like 100 years ago?  Would the old photos of Buenos Aires be extremely different from the present? Gastón de la Llana’s visual Project “Buenos Aires antes y después” (Buenos Aires Before and After) takes you for a visual tour of the Buenos Aires of the past and present, offering viewers a rare look into the city's history. [caption id="attachment_5549" Read more
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    10 Best Bars in Buenos Aires

    Fernet and Coca-Cola may be the local favorite across Argentina, but these 10 innovate bars are seriously shaking up the game! Check out the city's top cocktail bars whipping up creative concoctions. Thanks to Argentina’s renowned Mendoza wine region, the country has earned its reputation as one of the top wine producers in the world – but Buenos Aires has so much more to offer than Malbec! While porteños (Buenos Aires locals), Read more
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    The ‘Secret’ Closed Door Restaurants of Buenos Aires

    Imagine walking into a stranger’s home and sitting down for dinner. And rather than being pushed out by the residents, being treated like royalty and served a full course meal instead. Sounds weird, right? But this is a typical culinary experience in Buenos Aires. Known as "Restaurant  A puertas cerradas" ‘the closed-door restaurants’, there are chefs interspersed throughout the city who will willingly make an elaborate and delicious Read more
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    Things to do in Buenos Aires: If You Only Had 2 Days

    Going on a business trip to Buenos Aires and you have only the weekend to tour the city? Or do you have a vacation package that allows only two days stop at Buenos Aires? Whatever the reason might be, in a city as vast as Buenos Aires, you will always be short of time. We will make the most of your trip by telling you the best things to do in Buenos Aires. Famously called the ‘Paris of South America’, this city is brimming with places and Read more
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    4 Things to Do in Buenos Aires in Winter

    Many times winter in Buenos Aires is overlooked as a less than opportune time to visit the city. Temperatures drop, there are less people and action on the street, and restaurants’ rooftop terrazas close (oh no!). However don’t despair, because winter in Buenos Aires has plenty of exciting activities to keep you busy in the colder months of June, July, and August. The city is calmer and more relaxed, which makes sightseeing even easier. Read more
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    5 Safety Tips in Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires is a big, beautiful city and offers everything that an international visitor could want. Beautiful architecture, European styled outdoor cafes, great shopping, resto-bars, wine, steak, etc. But, like all major cities, this means that there is an increased risk of crime. A lot of people worry about their safety when traveling abroad, but in Buenos Aires, you can have a fun and safe trip if you pay attention to our helpful tips and Read more