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Great, you want to travel to Buenos Aires but the question is “where to stay in Buenos Aires”. Let’s say that the city is big! Of course, it’s how you compare it. The metropolitan city is 203km² or 78.37 square miles big with 2,8 million inhabitants. When it comes to comparing the size, it is two times the city center of Paris. The capital city of Argentina is pretty dense. Read also: Is Buenos Aires…

How safe and dangerous is Buenos Aires for a tourist? One of the concerns of tourists is safety. And you’re right but in Buenos Aires, you don’t have to worry. In general, we can say that Buenos Aires city is safe for tourists in the daytime. Of course, take your precautions as you would do in every other city that you don’t know. Watch your bag, look out for pickpockets, … For example, wear your bag…

Welcome to Argentina! The home of the Argentinian Peso (ARS). The Argentinian Peso is a very vulnerable currency. Here we give you the best tips on how safe exchange money in Buenos Aires, where to change your money and even sometimes make a profit! We will talk about: ATM withdrawals, Exchange bureau’s, Calle Florida (black market), XOOM and Western Union, Creditcard and, paying directly in Dollar or Euro in stores. TIP: don’t change your local…

Ministro Pistarini International Airport Ezeiza (EZE) is the only airport that receives international flights from all over the world such as North-America, Europe, Oceania, … Are you flying from Chile, Uruguay or Brasil? Then likely your flight will arrive at Aeroparque (AEP). Always check your booking. Below you find the best way to get from Ezeiza to Buenos Aires. We checked the easiest way. Read more: how to get to El Palomar airport? The easiest way…

Traveling to Argentina and want to stay connected to the world? Where to buy SIM card in Argentina? Good news! When you arrive in Buenos Aires. Argentina has a stabile mobile network. With an average speed of 11Mbps for 4G / LTE makes the performance below the world average. Connect and start uploading all your beautiful selfies and nature photos of Argentina :-D. All the steps to buy a SIM card in Argentina. Read also:…

Planning a flight with Aerolineas Argentina? The airline uses two prices: non-residents’ fare and residents’ fare. This can result in a big price difference. Especially when you plan to fly to Ushuaia or further destinations in Argentina. Let’s get a vacation out of Buenos Aires city and explore Argentina! Why this topic? There is more than one airline active in the Argentinian air. However, not all these airlines travel to all the destinations. Aerolineas Argentina…

At this moment Argentina is in crisis, on the edge of default. With inflation above fifty percent per year and currency controls. The Argentinian peso is one of the worst-performing currencies in the world. This affects the Argentinian inhabitants more and more. Read also: how safe is Buenos Aires for a tourist? Argentina update 28 October 2019 The presidential elections are behind us now. The economic market is at this moment calm due to extra…

Let’s talk about the climate in Argentina. What is the best time to visit Argentina? When does it rain the most? And is it very hot in the summer? Let’s explain the seasons in Argentina. Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires (areas and neighborhoods) What is the best time to visit Argentina? In general, we can say that the best time to visit Argentina is in September till November and March/April. Autumn and…

Buenos Aires, a city with almost 3 million inhabitants and also called by the name “Paris of Latin America”. The city has a lot to give and show. Wonderful places, exciting nightlife, and delicious meat. But there are 5 things you need to know before visiting Buenos Aires. We did our homework for you. Read also: 10 things to do in Buenos Aires 1. Be prepared for going out late Dinner around 6 p.m.? No way!…

Going on holiday is also looking out for nice accommodation. Buenos Aires has a lot to offer when you’re searching for the right hotel, bed and breakfast or boutique hotel. Did you know that a foreign tourist traveling in Argentina you can get 21% discount on your hotels in Buenos Aires and Argentina. Actually, as a foreign tourist, you don’t have to pay the 21% TAX on your hotel booking. However, there are steps you need…

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