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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 […]

Hostelling Life in Buenos Aires with Top Budgeting Tips

For its requisite steak dinners and all-night techno raves, Buenos Aires is a favorite of many budget travellers. Of course, when your days are filled to bursting with Latin-European flair, it’s all too easy to forget about that ever-dwindling peso count. Luckily, provided you’ve done your research, living the BA hostelling life is not too […]

Argentine Beef

Argentine Beef

When someone thinks about the food in Argentina, beef is always the first thing to come to mind. Argentine´s claim it is the best in the world, and so do many foreigners. My personal opinion? It is excellent, but it is not the best in the world. I have tried steaks that are just as […]

Top Argentine Wine Picks in Four Different Price Brackets

Top Argentine Wine Picks in Four Different Price Brackets

When most people first arrive in Argentina, they have no idea what wine to choose.  Usually, they end up drinking a few standard wines all the time because they don´t know what else to order (Trapiche, Norton, or a Rodas Malbec seem to be the most common).  This is unfortunate, because Argentina has great wine, […]

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 […]

Geeeee-A What?!

Welcome to the world of public transportation in Buenos Aires, and in particular, the overwhelming yet extremely crucial, GUIA-T (pronunciation Geeeee-a-Teeeee). When you first open this deceivingly simple looking book, your eyes bounce from one page to the next while you very consciously conclude that there is no point in trying to understand this chaotic […]

Argentine Cocktails

Argentine Cocktails

Fernet and Coke Fernet is actually an italian spirit, made from fermented grapes and a plethora of herbs.  It is bitter and syropy, and has a taste similar to cough syrop.  Just like mate, Fernet is generally an acquired taste, something you don´t like until you´ve tried it a number of times. In Argentina, fernet […]