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Apartment of the week in Buenos Aires, the Simone Residence

Apartment of the week in Buenos Aires, the Simone Residence

If you’d like to go on holiday somewhere a bit different this year, have you considered Buenos Aires as a destination? The 4th largest city in South America, the “City of Fair Winds”, to give the name its English translation, is alive with stately colonial buildings, a sophisticated and vibrant nightlife and notoriously outgoing and friendly locals. more ...

La Ciudad al Aire Libre Summer Festival in Buenos Aires

La Ciudad al Aire Libre Summer Festival in Buenos Aires

“La Ciudad al Aire Libre” in Buenos Aires is a summer festival where visitors can enjoy numerous cultural activities in the outdoors for free. Thus, from the 14th of January to the 18th of February, the streets of Buenos Aires will radiate culture and fun with an array of events for all tastes and ages. more ...

Wines, wineries and wine tours in Buenos Aires

Wines, wineries and wine tours in Buenos Aires

Wine is an important part of the national gastronomy in Buenos Aires, up to the point that in 2010 it was declared the national drink. They traditionally drink more red wine there, however over the last few years it has become very fashionable to drink white wine. Many varieties of wine await you, thus we would like to mention two events taking place in Buenos Aires that could be of interest to you. more ...

Learn to dance the Tango in Buenos Aires

Learn to dance the Tango in Buenos Aires

The Argentinean capital will soon be filled with melancholic and sensual rhythms as part of the Tango Festival taking place from the 12th to the 30th of August. It is a popular event that floods the streets with colour and converts the city into the Mecca of tango for dancers and fans of this dance genre from all over the world. What better chance to discover the prettiest and romantic spots in Buenos Aires? more ...

Apartment of the week in Buenos Aires, the Avril

Apartment of the week in Buenos Aires, the Avril

Buenos Aires, the capital of tango and the epitome of Argentina. It is a cultural city of great contrasts where you will never cease to discover new things wandering through its streets. Jam-packed with small theatres, concert halls and galleries, as well as a profuse business life, you will find an intense world of colours on its vibrant streets more ...

Fiesta Nacional del Sol: National Day of the Sun celebrations in Buenos Aires

Fiesta Nacional del Sol: National Day of the Sun celebrations in Buenos Aires

We can safely say that Buenos Aires is the most cosmopolitan and one of the most exciting cities in South America. Its busy agenda keeps tourists and locals alike well and truly entertained all year round, the reason for which this cultural capital receives so many visitors. This applies to the fabulous events that are currently taking place during the Christmas period and which are soon to be followed by the Fiesta Nacional del Sol (National Day of the Sun) taking place in Buenos Aires on the 22nd to the 26th of February 2011. more ...

Shopping in Buenos Aires

Shopping in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the most cosmopolitan capital in South America, given that there has been a constant flow of European immigration throughout history, their idiosyncrasy thus owed to the Spanish, Italians, Germans, and a combination of other nationalities. Shopping in Buenos Aires is very attractive and all kinds of exclusive brands and surprising antiquities, as well as woollen and leather articles on their streets and markets are on offer. Prices vary making shopping for all kinds of bags perfect, and what you find will depend on what street you wander down. more ...

Nightlife in Buenos Aires

Nightlife in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires has a nightlife that is as every bit as good as that in any other cosmopolitan city in Europe. In each characteristic district in Argentina there is an abundance of bars and clubs where visitors and locals alike can come together to have a drink, chat, and dance until late into the evening, as the nightlife in this Argentinean city goes on all throughout the week until the early hours of the morning. There are various districts in Buenos Aires and each one has its own spirit and personality that is reflected in the many bars available for the residents. Here is a list of the best bars and clubs in the areas so that you don’t miss out on the best nightlife in Buenos Aires. more ...

Christmas in Buenos Aires

Christmas in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a magic destination that is perfect for celebrating Christmas. Don’t expect to find snow though, Christmas falls in the summer season here. The large fireplace won’t be necessary and the moose won’t be grazing in the backyard. Christmas in Buenos Aires is completely different, which makes it exiting and more adventurous. more ...

The three best restaurants in Buenos Aires

The three best restaurants in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is one of the most important destinations in South America, for its architecture, culture and food. Why - Because who hasn’t heard about their excellent meat, their delicates dishes originating from Italy, and their yummy deserts? In the legendary districts of Recoleta, Palermo, and San Telmo there are an abundance of Italian, French, and Spanish restaurants thus reflecting how cosmopolitan a city Buenos Aires is. However, on your travels to Buenos Aires, a visit to its abundance of restaurants is a must, with their grill bars/restaurants and excellent meats. Not all of them offer the best of the typical Buenos Aires food, thus here is a little guide including some of the best typical Argentinean restaurants in the city centre. more ...

Apartment of the week: The Ciro Apartment in Buenos Aires

Apartment of the week: The Ciro Apartment in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a huge city that is well-known and loved for its beauty and abundance of culture. Millions of tourists travel from all over the world to visit this enchanting city and to get a taste of the Argentinean culture whether it’s to dance the tango, watch the football, or admire the spectacular tourist attractions dotted around the Argentinean capital. It is especially characterised for its eclectic architecture, with elements resembling that of Barcelona, Paris, and Madrid thus making Buenos Aires a definite destination on your travel agenda this autumn/winter season. more ...

10 Things to do in Buenos Aires

10 Things to do in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a huge city that is loved for its beauty and culture. Many tourists from all over the world travel to the Argentinean capitol to dance the tango, watch an exciting football match or admire one of the amazing sights. There is so much to do in this Latin American city that we decided to make a list of 10 things that are a must for travellers. Enjoy this vibrant city and let the exotic spheres carry you away. more ...

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