De Bizancio a la Catedral de Buenos Aires, y de ahí, a mi clase de dibujo en el colegio. #mosaicobizantino #teselas #arte #historia #BuenosAires
An abridged history of the May Revolution, the fledgling nation of Argentina's giant first step towards full independence from Spain.
Chocotorta is a very popular Argentinian dessert, especially with children. As well as being delicious, it has a particular history, told here.
7 free things to do in Buenos Aires: you'll see different aspects of this wonderful, if chaotic, city. Art, music, dance, nature, culture at your feet.
Suprema a la Maryland is traditional Argentinean greasy spoon dish and comfort food. It consist of fried chicken, creamed corn, fried banana and more.
The theme of this post is the underground. It’s a round-up of underground places I’ve visited in different cities. It’s not meant to be a comprehensive guide for obvious reasons, just a fun list of places that may spur you on to visit as well. I don’t know about you but being in enclosed underground…
Learn about the Avenida de Mayo, its Spanish heritage and the architecture of Buenos Aires. #Buenosaires #argentina #travel #architecture #heritage #traveltips
From street art to shopping, to craft cocktails, and from empanadas to spicy curry, Palermo Soho is a must-visit area of Buenos Aires
Colonial houses, historic cafes, tango dancers, a flea market, the city’s oldest churches, narrow cobbled streets: this is San Telmo. Buenos Aires’ oldest neighbourhood provides a glimpse into the city’s past and its culture. Come with me on this one-day itinerary of historic San Telmo (this walk technically begins in the neighbourhood of Montserrat, but…
Whether you’re planning your first trip or you’re thinking of going back, these Buenos Aires travel tips will sure come in handy! The coffee culture is vibrant in Buenos Aires. There is a handful of cafes that have been declared part of the city’s historic and cultural heritage. Make sure visit at least one to…