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    Talk like a Local: Slang of Argentina

    Visiting Argentina? Here’s traveling tip 101: Antes de viajar a Argentina, es importante saber el lunfardo que se habla en el país. In case you don’t know Spanish and didn’t understand what was said above, there’s no need to worry. We are saying, before traveling to Argentina, it’s important to know lunfardo (the slang of Argentina). ’So, your command over Spanish is at par with those who speak the language natively? That might Read more
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    The Argentine Pizza Frank Sinatra felt in love with

    In Buenos Aires there are more pizzerias per capita than any other city in the world—our Italian blood is to blame for sure! The Argentine pizza has a unique and strong personality. It’s overflowing cheesy style has nothing to do with its Italian cousin. Why both flour relatives grew up differently? There is a historic reason. At the time of the Great Immigration when the Argentine population became half Italian, half Spanish, Italian went 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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    Tips For Women Solo Travelers in Argentina and Chile

    Are you excited for your first solo trip to South America? This guide is design for Women solo Travelers and we hope you find it useful! The thrill of travelling alone is incomparable. It is a squabble-free trip where you are your own boss. You do not have to worry about bickering matches with siblings, parents leading the way or friends pressuring you into trying trendy things.       In some parts of the world, Read more
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    5 Kid-Friendly Museums in Argentina

    Argentina is one of the most perfect places for a family to spend some quality time together. The outdoor activities, the natural attractions, the rich history, and the culture make this country absolutely family friendly. In fact, even young children traveling will be able to spend more time enjoying and less time stressing you out. Argentina is a parent-approved country, and if you are planning a trip, make sure to visit Read more
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    One week on a budget in Argentina

      A  trip  to  Argentina  is  likely  to  be  pricey.  Its  economy  sways like  a  pendulum  and  you  never  know  the costs  until  you  step  into  the  country. So  do  you  drop  your  travelling  plans? No,  instead  of  crossing  Argentina  off  the list  make  a  game  plan  to  combat  the  rising  prices  and  walk  out without  a  dent  in  the  bank, you just have to 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
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    Argentina’s Top Destinations for Older Travelers

    Wanderlust knows no age. Every now and then, we wish to escape from our mundane routines to take a well deserved vacation. After giving important years of your life to your job, saving up and sending children off to college, you inarguably deserve a trip to pamper yourself! Fortunately for all the senior travelers, Argentina is the number one stop to fulfill your dreams of some adventure, relaxation, exquisite food and wine. If you’re Read more
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    Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Buenos Aires

    The heart of Argentina, Buenos Aires is a city that has been renowned for having the “best steaks in the world” and for the longest time, this flamboyant city was off radar for vegetarians due to the lack of vegetarian friendly options in the restaurants there. However now, the tides have turned. Now, Buenos Aires offers some of the trendiest vegetarian eateries. In fact, these vegetarian eateries are springing up faster than ever. Read more
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    How to Spend 24 Hours in Buenos Aires

    With a combination of Latin flair, European influence, elegant boulevards and gritty backstreets, Argentina’s capital city is worth more than 24 hours of your time - but we know that isn't always the case. Whether you find yourself in town for a short stay, during a layover, or squeezing in a little "bleisure" travel, we're here to share some recommendations and explain how to spend 24 hours in Buenos Aires. Of course, our local travel Read more
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    What to Wear in Buenos Aires

    If you are planning to travel in Buenos Aires, it is good to have some suggestions on what locals wear, what you will be most comfortable in, and an expectation of climate during your trip to pack accordingly. In Argentina, clothing might be very different from what you’re used to at home, which is why it is so important to think ahead about what to wear in Buenos Aires. In general, Porteños are fairly fancy dressers, with a love of Read more