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Calle Florida in Buenos Aires. You will pass it during a tour or for exchanging your money on the black market. But, what is Calle Florida’s history and what is there to do? Read also: the best guide of La Boca. Things to do and see. Calle Florida: where it is located? One of Buenos Aires most famous streets is Calle Florida. It connects the wide avenue Avenida de Mayo (close to Plaza de Mayo)…

The presidential executive office or better known as “Casa Rosada” is located at Plaza de Mayo in the heart of Buenos Aires. The pink color of the palace gives it a remarkable look. But, did you know that you can visit Casa Rosada? And for free? A hidden secret for many. Read also: hop on hop off bus in Buenos Aires. Worth the money? Visit Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires Visiting a presidential palace has…

What is the best tango show in Buenos Aires? Is it a must-do when you visit Buenos Aires or is it too touristic? Is there a difference between shows? We went from show to show and found out. Even get a discount when using our special promo code! šŸ˜Š Read also: hop-on hop-off bus in Buenos Aires, worth the money? Argentina is the birthplace of the tango. A dance with influences from Africa, Native America,…

This Saturday, November 2nd, the 16th night at the museum is held in Buenos Aires. More than 280 museums and government buildings are opening their doors for free. We made a list of the must-visit museums in Buenos Aires. Read also: Public transport in Buenos Aires – the guide Night at the museum in Buenos Aires Saturday, November 2nd is the night at the museums in Buenos Aires. The museums are opening their doors from…

Buenos Aires is the ideal start or stop-over during your backpack trip in Argentina. What are the best hostels in Buenos Aires? You prefer a calm neighborhood or the part in Buenos Aires that never sleeps. These are the best hostels in Buenos Aires. Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires (neighborhoods and areas) The hostels in Buenos Aires Hostels in Buenos Aires are getting better, you can store your backpack more secure, and…

We went on a stroll in San Telmo and discovered O’Xantar. We were surprised by the delicious food and the cozy atmosphere in O’Xantar. It is our new favorite restaurant in San Telmo or even Buenos Aires! We explain to you why. Read also: top 5 best rooftop bars in Buenos Aires The secret restaurant in San Telmo? The question is: are you looking for a truly local restaurant experience in San Telmo? Then O’Xantar…

Enjoy your travel to Buenos Aires and do you have some spare time? Why not going for a day to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. While Buenos Aires is overwhelming but also crowded, a day at Colonia del Sacramento is the ideal change in your travel program. How to get to Colonia departing from Buenos Aires? And the best things to do in Colonia del Sacramento. Read also: more day trips from Buenos Aires One…

Cafe Tortoni is one of the most famous cafes in Buenos Aires. Opened in 1858 by a French immigrant. What is the best time to visit Cafe Tortoni Buenos Aires? Avoid long waiting lines and get to know the history of Buenos Aires iconic cafe. Read also: La Boca Buenos Aires, the complete visit guide History of Cafe Tortoni: why so famous? Cafe Tortoni was founded in 1958 by a French immigrant. The name of…

Buenos Aires has a lot to give on street level but once you go a little bit higher you get an impressive view of the city with a cocktail in your hand. Some rooftop bars are quietly secret. Isn’t that exciting. A list of the best rooftop bars in Buenos Aires Read also: the best day trips from Buenos Aires Tango de Mayo’s Dome Best Rooftop Bar Located on the famous street Avenida de Mayo…

Buenos Aires is a bustling city full of great bars and clubs. Just finding the unique bar makes your trip in Buenos Aires that little bit more special. We went on a trip and visited some charming bars and we came across one of the best bars in Buenos Aires. Read also: the best rooftop bars in Buenos Aires A hidden secret in Retiro but well known under porteƱos (residents of Buenos Aires). Imagine entering…

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