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    Buenos Aires Nightlife: It’s Clubbing Time

    In Buenos Aires, there’s so many different styles of clubs. Electronic music, reggae, hip-hop & cachengue (reggaeton & Latin American music) are only some of the most popular. You can find Buenos Aires nightlife scattered all across the city, so no matter what neighborhood you’re in, there should be at least a few places to dance nearby. There’s something really important to know about the Buenos Aires nightlife: many clubs Read more
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    Buenos Aires Nightlife: Microcentro Neighborhood (Downtown)

     While in most cities the downtown area is usually the epitome of nightlife, that's not the case in regards to Buenos Aires nightlife. Downtown in the big, bad BA is mostly known for its theaters and for being the financial district. Oh, and cambio-cambio-cambio. So hats off to Palermo for snatching the Buenos Aires nightlife title from Microcentro. But hold your horses, because this doesn't mean that El Centro doesn't have its Read more
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    Buenos Aires Nightlife: Palermo Neighborhood

    Palermo is known as the place to be for Buenos Aires nightlife. This neighborhood is where many foreigners reside and where you can find super trendy cafes and nightlife while at the same time, maintaining a tranquilo, residential vibe. Picturesque streets with an adorable restaurant on each corner is the epitome of Palermo; here the prices may be higher, but as are all trendy neighborhoods around the word. Here’s some of our favorite places Read more
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    Buenos Aires Nightlife: San Telmo Neighborhood

    The Buenos Aires nightlife is famous worldwide. In an enormous city (which is three times bigger than Paris), the opportunities are almost infinite, and sometimes it can be a little bit overwhelming deciding where to go out. We've broken the Buenos Aires nightlife up between each neighborhood, so here's your guide on the neighborhood of San Telmo. Stay tuned for more! San Telmo has a more bohemian vibe than the rest of Buenos Aires. The Read more
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    Buenos Aires Nightlife

    Buenos Aires nightlife is one of a kind. Where else can you stay out until 6 am at a boliche (club) and eat medialunas while watching the sunrise? While you may know how to paint the town red in your neck of the woods, there are some very important points to keep in mind before doing it Porteño style. [caption id="attachment_5720" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Buenos Aires Nightlife is one of a kind[/caption] Here are a few tips to Read more
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    Honeymoon in Chile

    Looking for Things to do in Chile while planning the best trip of your life? Honeymoon in Chile As a newly married couple who has just finished having a blast at their wedding, you certainly want to give a spectacular end to the biggest event of your life with an amazing and exotic honeymoon. While you can never run out of options for a truly romantic and exciting honeymoon, have you ever considered honeymooning in Chile? Sounds surprising and Read more
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    Looking for Things to do in Uruguay? Check THE best beaches!

    Are you searching for a fun-filled summer vacation? Then Uruguay’s sun-toasted coastline is calling your name. Lodged between Argentina and Brazil, this little recluse is a piece of heaven for the quiet travelers who wish to avoid the crowds. Plus, it’s perfect for those that are craving baked sandy beaches and tumbling tides of salty seawater. Wondering where to go when you land there? Don’t fret! We’ve got a list of the most gorgeous Read more
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    5 Ways Christmas in Argentina is Unique

    Spending Christmas away from home is almost always unique one way or another. For those of us dreaming of a white Christmas, it may be customary to imagine snow on the ground, a warm fire, and spending quality time with family. While for others, a magical Christmas could mean travelling to tropical locations to escape the bitter cold and trade it in for a cool cocktail and some well-deserved R&R. For those of us finding that we may be Read more
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    Why Should You Visit Argentina’s Lesser-Known Wine Regions?

    Do love wines? But hate the intoxicated crowds buzzing around known vineyards? If yes, then we suggest you drive past Argentina’s precious wine regions like Mendoza and Salta. Argentina is well known for its unique blends and aromatic wines. You know the ones that make your taste buds dance to the South American tunes. Lucky for you, the most popular and crowded vineyards aren’t the only places to sip the splendid Read more
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    Top Cities to Visit in Peru

    Peru (officially the Republic of Peru) is undoubtedly a special destination known for its inspiring wonder, ancient culture, rich history (and Pisco sours!). The country is known as the “Land of the Incas” because it was once home to the expansive Inca Empire before being conquered and colonized by Spain in the 16th century. As a result of its fascinating historic roots, Peru today is packed with archaeological remains and colonial Read more
  • Santiago is one of Say Hueque's top Chile Destinations Other Destinations

    How to Spend 24 Hours in Santiago

    Planning a getaway to Santiago, Chile's largest and capital city? Santiago is a vibrant city that sits in a valley surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The metropolis is energetic, sophisticated, and bursting with life. The destination is becoming more and more popular, and it's not hard to see why. Our local travel experts at Say Hueque have created multiple different tours and travel experiences ranging from four days to nearly two Read more
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    What to Pack for Mendoza

    Some people visit Argentina to learn how to tango in Buenos Aires, some prefer to hit the slopes in Bariloche, while others come to trek through the breathtaking surroundings of Torres del Paine. But, if you speak to anyone who has visited Mendoza, they will insist that the destination claims the top spot on your “places to visit” wish list while in Argentina. The province of Mendoza is known as one of the top wine-producing regions Read more