How to take long-distance buses in Argentina
Long-distance buses in Argentina have always been more popular than planes
Pasaje Lanin: Best Art Intervention In Buenos...
Pasaje Lanin is a short street, only 3 blocks long, and is tucked away
What to eat in Argentina if you don’t eat...
Going to Argentina but you don’t eat meat? No problem!
Delights and Tribulations of a Flâneuse in...
Walking around central Buenos Aires is akin to a steeplechase with no clear winner.
Distrito Arcos: shop in a beautiful converted...
There are many options to shop in Buenos Aires
Bar de Cao: serving coffee since 1915
If you enjoy café culture as much as I do, you’ll love this historic café
Cafe Los Galgos, a Buenos Aires classic
Three generations of porteños have enjoyed a morning cup of coffee
Beloved Argentinean characters at Paseo de la...
You can find the most iconic ones at the Paseo de la Historieta in San Telmo.
Abasto, an area steeped in tango
Although Abasto is referred to as a neighbourhood, it isn’t officially one but an area of Balvanera neighbourhood.
Galería Güemes and the observation deck
Anyone walking down Florida Street in a relative hurry might miss the entrance to Galería Güemes
Historic Mercado de San Telmo in Buenos Aires
Crates of fresh fruit and vegetable, antique china dolls with real hair, notes and coins
Fileteado porteño, cultural symbol of Buenos...
Fileteado porteño is a form of popular art that originated in the city of Buenos Aires