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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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    Argentina: Travel Like a Local in 5 Steps

    There always seems to be a big difference between tourists who simply visit a new country and those who travel like a local. While there is nothing wrong with visiting a new place and playing tourist, there is something more profound and rewarding about getting to know a new culture from the inside out. When you travel like a local, you get to know people, places, customs  and culture from a whole new perspective. You are not Read more
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    The 5 Best Estancias in Argentina

    We all know how the end of a chaotic week feels like. And the weekend flies faster than a supersonic object. However, if you wish to unwind, and make every single moment of your weekend and vacations count, you better book an estancia for yourself. You can go solo or you can get your best buddies to tag along with you, either way travelling and staying at an estancia will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. And as it Read more
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    The Top 4 Mendoza Wine Tours

    Is Mendoza your next vacation spot? Great! The Argentinean part of Mendoza is undoubtedly breathtaking. Plus, the region has so many interesting places that you would love exploring this city. However, one of the things you should definitely do when you land in Mendoza is to go on a wine tour. Since Mendoza is worldwide famous for its wine you will surely love spending your time in some of its best wineries that are mentioned below. 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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    3 Traditional Argentina Dishes

    If Argentina is lacking in any areas, food is definitely not one of them. I’ve been to restaurants where I’ve sneakily undone my zipper to keep filling up my plate at a Tenedor Libre (all-you-can-eat buffet). I’ve been invited to dinner parties where I nonchalantly ask the host how on God’s green earth did they make such good food, and they’ve replied “Are you kidding? This is one of the most traditional meals here!” The Argentina Read more
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    Patagonia History

    Dipping in and out of the clouds, the jagged peaks of Patagonia are considered to be amongst the most magnificent, and dangerous, on earth, in some ways resembling both the explorers and natives who inhabited the area, who were able to survive in these harsh landscapes.  (more…) Read more
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    Travel to Argentina: Important Customs You’ve Gotta Know

    When you travel to Argentina, there are many cultural differences that may surprise you! Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Here are seven super Argentine customs that would be helpful for a Yanqui (Yankee in Spanish!) to know. Greetings Kissing on the cheek when greeting hello and goodbye is part of Argentine culture. When Argentines enter a room, every single person, stranger or family, receives one kiss on the right cheek. The same thing 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 paradise. We have compiled a list of cuisines you must try while 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 Read more
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    5 Ways to Respect the Environment While Traveling

    "Zero waste" is a major lifestyle trend of the 21st century, and the shift can't come soon enough. This is a movement with the goal of producing the least amount of waste possible in all walks of life, whether that be at home or on the go. If you are looking to respect the environment during your travels, here are five different ways to become an eco-friendly traveler, and reduce your carbon footprint. Planning and 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