Archive for the ‘What To Do’ Category


Tandil, ArgentinaTandil is a small city located five hours south of Buenos Aires, and a little inland from the eastern coast.  It is a popular destination for weekend and long-weekend trips, and for good reason – it is a relaxing, pretty city with plenty of stuff to do. Some interesting facts about Tandil Tandil has […]

Square of Enlightenment

The Square of Enlightenment (Manzana de las Luces) is a square block of a few different historical buildings, located very close to the plaza de Mayo.  There are daily tours offered for those interested in an important part of Buenos Aire’s history, which take you through the major points of interest in the Square of […]

Bioparque Temaikén

Temaiken is Buenos Aires’ most highly touted zoo, located in Escobar (about 1.5 hours from Plaza Italia). The zoo is beautifully landscaped, and very spacious, which is what really sets it apart from the Palermo Zoo. Unfortunately, this also causes it to cost nearly three times as much (currently $58 for adults, and $44 for […]

The “ARA Uruguay” Museum

The ARA Uruguay is a small ship, known as a corvette, that is permanently docked in Puerto Madero and can be visited by the public. The boat has a very interesting story – it was built in 1874, a three-mast beauty and was one of the largest ship in South America. At the beginning of […]

Hot Festival/Personal Fest

Hot Festival (originally Personal Fest) is a two day music festival that takes place at the Club Ciudad de Buenos Aires stadium.  Each day features a massive headliner, as well as a number of smaller local and international music groups.  Style of music ranges, but is mainly rock, reggae, and pop. ***Hot Festival 2010 – […]

La Bomba del Tiempo

By far the best thing to do on a Monday night in Buenos Aires, La Bomba del Tiempo is a ridiculously popular percussion night at Ciudad Cultural Konex, which is an old oil factory. It makes for a perfect venue, especially during the warmer months when the concert is done outside. La Bomba starts at […]

Vinos y Bodegas Expo

This is another huge wine event, and a perfect opportunity for you to try over 1000 Argentine wines from both large and boutique Argentine wineries. It is the largest and the most important wine event in Latina America, and provides wineries, wine lovers, buyers and sellers, all a chance to get together and learn about […]

Movin in the Moonlight

It is no secret that this exciting city holds an abundance of activity detailed with an energetic rhythm. Amongst the ebb and flow of this chaotic city, there may be times in which you would prefer a night of calm activity and good conversation to just feel…balanced. “Moonlight Yoga”, branching from the local yoga studio […]

Tango Festival and World Tango Championships in Buenos Aires

If you have even the slightest interest in tango, you should be attending this festival, the largest of its kind worldwide. Even if you don’t, you may want to consider that if you are in Buenos Aires, you are in the heart of the tango culture, and this is the best chance you’ll ever have […]

Buenos Aires Tours

Buenos Aires Tours

Like any city that has a lot of tourism, Argentina’s capital has many tour options much available, and much more than your typical city tours of Buenos Aires. Walking tours, bus tours, art tours, even a graffiti tour – not to mention that most attractions have guided tours available. Here is a list of the […]