• Carnaval Culture

    Top 4 South American Festivals You Need to Know About

    South Americans sure know how to celebrate a good time. The festivals, events and other types of fiestas in the lower western hemisphere can rarely be found in some other parts of the world. In some cases, it’s like the whole city turned up for the ultimate party that lasts days and nights. Not only is the whole city and country committed to these celebrations, but people from other parts of the world take part too. So, what exactly are Read more
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    Must Try Foods in Santiago de Chile

    The mountainous sights of Patagonia and the architectural wonders of Cuzco might satisfy your need for adventure, but for the ultimate trip, you need to make is a visit to Santiago de Chile. This city is a foodie’s haven. Here’s a list of cuisines you must try in Santiago: Empanada de Pino To go to Chile and not eat an empanada seems like some kind of cultural crime. This delicious traditional food is pure bliss. Try it with a cheesy Read more
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    The Holiday Season in Argentina

    For those coming from the Northern Hemisphere to Argentina over December holidays, the warm weather might be quite a shock! Argentina’s holiday sun may not be the white snowy Christmas from storybooks, but it definitely has its own summer charm to celebrate las fiestas, the Holiday Season in Argentina.  The Holiday Season in Argentina is a magical time of year. Christmas is a holiday celebrated both with friends and family. During lunch Read more
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    Argentine Customs Travelers Should Know

    Like any country in the world, Argentina has their own set of customs and cultural norms which some visitors may find surprising when they first arrive. But, never fear! Our team of travel experts have collected some of the most common Argentine customs travelers should know, no matter where in the world you're visiting from! Greetings Kissing on the cheek when greeting hello and goodbye is part of Argentine culture. When Argentines enter a Read more
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    Cafe Culture in Buenos Aires

    Drinking high quality coffee has become a hit in Buenos Aires; the experience of tasting different kinds of beans and learning to sample and savor the beverage is growing on Porteños. Baristas are the ones to thank, being professionals anxious to deliver a high quality coffee. Because of their dedication and passion, the cafe culture in Buenos Aires will never be the same. They use specific tools and extreme precision for transforming Read more
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    The Ultimate Foodie Guide to Peru

    Peru is a blessed country in terms of its biodiversity. This influences directly into its now worldly renowned cuisine which has placed Peru as a top foodie destination. There are several regional cuisines as there are several products that develop according to the country's ecosystems: in the sea, in the Coastal Valleys, in the Andes, in the highest altitudes and in the Amazon, and more. The Coast of Peru is home to a rich sea and Read more
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    Best Museums in Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires, in addition to being the capital of Argentina, is also one of the most creative hubs in South America - if not the world! So it's no surprise that our city is home some truly incredible artists, museums, and exhibitions. No matter your personal tastes and preferences, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the city's bustling art scene. Here are some of the best museums in Buenos Aires to help guide your decisions the next Read more
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    Quick and Easy Argentine Locro Recipe

    Chances are, if you have visited Argentina, you've tasted the dish known as Locro. But what exactly is it? Well, it's a hot and hearty white corn based soup that Argentines celebrate as a national dish. It's delicious and perfect for cold weather as the temperatures start to drop. The soup is also unique because it carries on the legacy of ancient Incan dining concepts, which is interesting considering the fact that much of Argentine cuisine Read more
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    The 2017 Tango Festival is Almost Here!

    It's that magical time of year again - the 2017 Tango Festival is almost here! [caption id="attachment_2793" align="alignnone" width="640"] Tango Dancers Performing the Traditional Tango[/caption] Visitors from all over the world will flock to Buenos Aires from August 10 through August 23 for the city’s international tango festival. The annual event is a huge spectacle including two weeks of performances from 600 artists in 42 Read more
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    Happy National Friendship Day!

    While the idea of celebrating our friends is a universally accepted idea, we take it very seriously here in Argentina! The first International Friend Day was originally celebrated on the first Sunday of July, but over time, it eventually moved later in the month. Today, many different countries around the world celebrate the day on various dates and have their own traditions to honor the special day. In Argentina, however, its origins and 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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    Why Argentina is the Ultimate Destination for Wine Lovers

    For those planning the dream vineyard tour, Argentina is at the top of the destination list. Argentina is home to some of the world’s best views, as well as some of the world’s best wines. Although more commonly known for their smooth, lush Malbecs, Argentina also has a vast array of phenomenal options, such as Pinot Noir, Cabernet, as well as their own Torrentés and Bonarda. Here are some of the many reasons why Argentina is the Read more