Gondola rides in Buenos Aires
Gondola rides in Buenos Aires? Why not! Recently, we were lucky enough to ride one of the gondolas managed by Góndolas...
Palo Santo Hotel, a sustainable boutique hotel
Palo Santo Hotel is a modern, sustainable boutique hotel located in the hip neighbourhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires....
Kentucky, a traditional pizzeria of Buenos Aires
Kentucky is the unlikely name of a traditional pizzeria of Buenos Aires founded in 1942. An investment fund bought the...
The River Plate, the widest river in the world
A few years ago, while reading Angels and Demons by Dan Brown, I was surprised to read that one of the rivers depicted...
10 things to do in Buenos Aires
You’re in Buenos Aires now. Linger over coffee after your meal. There’s no rush. The waiter is not going to...
Retiro Station, an architectural gem
I have said before that you don’t really get to appreciate some aspects of your hometown until you move somewhere...
A historic pizzeria experience in Buenos Aires
Melted cheese, baked dough, cardboard boxes, and the vapors from the espresso machine. Any old, traditional pizzeria in...
Guided visit to the Colón Opera House in Buenos...
What do vanilla wafers and Teatro Colón have in common? Opera! Teatro Colón is Argentina’s leading opera house,...
Barrancas de Belgrano park in Buenos Aires
Plaza Barrancas de Belgrano is a leafy public park located in the eponymous neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. Its downward...
The Buenos Aires Underground celebrates its 100th...
I grew up in the Western suburbs of Buenos Aires, where I went to school and played field hockey as a teenager. Many of...
(re)Discovering Buenos Aires
Whoever said that you never really know a city was right. I’m still discovering new aspects and parts of Buenos...
San Telmo and the Prison Museum
San Telmo is the oldest neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. The narrow cobblestone streets are lined with old houses, with a...