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3 Days in Buenos Aires: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, July 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 503 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Buenos Aires is a huge, sprawling city, but most areas of interest are in the compact and foot-friendly downtown. The locals call themselves porteños, celebrating the fact that Buenos Aires ...  Read more

Buenos Aires Tango Shows

By Viator, March 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 63 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

A heady blend of Spanish and African traditions, the tango developed in the brothels and communal backstreets of Buenos Aires’ poorer port districts in the 1880s. As an art form, the tango reached a ...  Read more

Day Trips To Uruguay

By Viator, February 2014

3 star rating: Worth doing 30 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Just across the shimmering Rio Plata (Silver River) from the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires, lies the oft-overlooked country of Uruguay. Peaceful and green, this tiny nation of 3.3 million is ...  Read more

Soccer (Futbol) Culture in Argentina

By Viator, February 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 11 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

With soccer players like Diego Maradona idolized as national heroes and a string of international victories that include 2 Olympic Gold Medals, 16 Copa America and 2 FIFA World cup wins, Argentina ...  Read more

Wine Tasting in Buenos Aires

By Viator, August 2013

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Argentina might be world renowned for its red Malbec wines, but the country’s vast and varied terrain yields a surprising variety of grapes and there’s plenty to pique the interest of wine lovers. ...  Read more

Best Day Trips from Buenos Aires

By Zoe Smith , United Kingdom, March 2013

Whether you’re escaping the stifling summer heat or just looking to get out of the city, there are plenty of great day trips to take from Buenos Aires. From galloping across the steppe with ...  Read more

Tigre Delta

By Zoe Smith , United Kingdom, February 2013

A popular day trip from Buenos Aires, the riverside town of Tigre is the gateway to the idyllic Tigre Delta region, one of the world’s largest natural deltas stretching over 5,400 square miles. ...  Read more

Things to do in Buenos Aires in Summer

By Zoe Smith , United Kingdom, January 2013

While the Northern Hemisphere turns up the central heating and gears up for a white Christmas, Buenos Aires is experiencing its annual heat wave, with sweltering temperatures sending many ...  Read more

Romantic Things to Do in Buenos Aires

By Zoe Smith , United Kingdom, January 2013

The birthplace of the sultriest dance in ballroom and the modern-day party capital of South America, Buenos Aires ’ bucket loads of Latino charm make it a prime spot for those looking for  ...  Read more

La Boca, Buenos Aires’ Most Colorful Neighborhood

By Zoe Smith , United Kingdom, December 2012

Sprawled along the abandoned port of the Riachuelo River in the south of Buenos Aires, the neighborhood – or barrio – of La Boca is a pocket of old age charm, once the first stop-off for European ...  Read more

New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires

By Zoe Smith , United Kingdom, December 2012

Any excuse to party in Buenos Aires is a good one, but the New Year is a surprisingly low-key event in the Argentine capital, with many porteños (city dwellers) escaping the city heat for the ...  Read more

The Palermo Viejo Neighborhood of Buenos Aires

By Paige , Nicaragua, September 2012

Buenos Aires’ largest barrio, or neighborhood, is called Palermo, and visitors to the city will almost certainly be spending plenty of time here. Palermo has several sections, each with its own ...  Read more

Festival of Wines and Vineyards in Argentina

By Paige , Nicaragua, August 2012

September means springtime in Argentina, when all of Buenos Aires is in full bloom. The fashions turn saucy, the cafes move outdoors into the sunshine and fine Argentine wines flow as the world ...  Read more

Shopping in Buenos Aires, Argentina

By Paige , Nicaragua, July 2012

The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is the second-largest metropolitan area in South America (after Sao Paulo, Brazil) and the best spot in the country to pick up items you might have forgotten ...  Read more

Things to Do in Buenos Aires During Winter

By Paige , Nicaragua, June 2012

While most travelers choose to visit beautiful Buenos Aires during the languid summer season, from December through March, there is a whole other side to the Argentine capital. As the days grow ...  Read more

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