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Zizek

Zizek

One of the top parties in the city, Zizek gave light to what is know globally known as Cumbia digital.  It started as a small weekly clubnight, and in a short amount of time became one of the best week night events in Buenos Aires.   That’s no small feat considering the plethora of party options […]

Locro Day

Locro Day

The 25th of May is an important holiday in Argentina, because on May 25th, 1810, Argentina’s first independent government was created.  This national holiday is celebrated every year, and the  festivities are often accompanied by a large bowl of locro. The origins of this tradition are not well documented, and the only thing that can […]

Dancing through the Street of Buenos Aires

A day in Buenos Aires is enough to notice that jaywalking is rampant, and there is a blatant disregard for traffic lights and crosswalks.  People cross the street when cars aren´t coming, not specifically when they are at a crosswalk or when there is a walk sign. There IS actually a law against jaywalking, but […]

Ciudad Emergente – Recoleta Cultural Center

Ciudad Emergente is a festival dedicated to showcasing a variety of “emerging” art forms in Argentina .  It basically four days straight of performances, displays and exhibits of up-and-coming artists in rock, pop, fashion, film, street art, hip hop, animation, poetry, y digital art.  Here is what you can expect to see in each: Rock […]

Pacha

Pacha is one of the largest chains of nightclubs worldwide, known for their large, high end venues and talented DJs they attract.  Pacha Buenos Aires fits this description perfectly, and is arguably the best spot in Buenos Aires for electronic music. The club is located on the Costanera Norte, slightly north of the Jorge Newberry […]

29th of the Month – Ñoquis Day

In Argentina, the 29th day of every month is known as Ñoquis Day.  On this day, it is common for people to order ñoquis in a restaurant or to prepare them at home, and to bring them luck, they are served with some pesos underneath the plate.  Although it is not a closely followed tradition, […]

Play Soccer in Buenos Aires

Play Soccer in Buenos Aires

You probably already know that the Argentines live and breath soccer, and if you like to play, you shouldn´t miss a chance battle it out with them on the soccer pitch.   Although it’s difficult to find full sized outdoor football fields to play on, indoor 5-on-5 courts are everywhere.   Here is what you can do […]

Costanera Norte

The costanera norte referes to the walkway along Costanera Obligado Avenue, starting around Salguero Ave. and up until the Ciudad Universitaria of Buenos Aires.  Palermo and Belgrano.  It’s one of the few places in the capital where you get a great view of the river, making it an attractive place to go on a nice […]

Evita Museum

The Evita museum was inaugurated in 2002, to portray the life of one of Argentina’s most famous political figures, and a hero for many Argentines.   It is located in a stylish turn of the century mansion in Palermo, right near Plaza Italia.  The museum shows the different stages of Evita´s life, from her birth in […]

Konex Cultural Center

Konex Cultural Center

The Konex Cultural center is located in Abasto, right near the Abasto Shopping center.  It is one of the top cultural centers for alternative culture, especially for music and unique events.  The building itself is a great piece of architectural – it was built in 1920 as an oil factory and used as such until […]