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Today, on the 9th of July, we celebrate de declaration of independence in Argentina. On July 9, 1816, the former Congress of Tucumán declared the independence of the United Provinces of South America against the Kingdom of Spain. Actually, the United Provinces of South America didn’t represent Argentina as we know today. In 1816 there was also the Federal League, which represented more the northern part of Argentina. Do you want some background information about…

Get cheaper domestic flights rate in Argentina by flying with Aerolineas Argentinas. 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! Read also: secrets about domestic flights in Argentina How get cheaper domestic flights in Argentina? There is more than one…

The video above gives you an impression of how Buenos Aires was in 1954. In that time Juan Perón was busy with his last term as president of Argentina. From 1946 till 1955 is also known as the Peronist years. Read also: top 15 things to do in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires in 1954 The years 50 were marked with some coupe d’etats with low economic activity, but later in the 60’s the economy recovered. …

We can describe the cemetery of Recoleta in Buenos Aires as one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world. The last resting place of Eva Maria Duarte de Perón. One of the most famous people out of Argentinian history are not resting in the cemetery of Recoleta but in Chacarita. Such as Carlos Gardel. The tango singer of the last decades. Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires? Is the cemetery of Chacarita forgotten?…

Argentina has some secrets. Most of them are well known for all the residents of Buenos Aires but for tourists, it can be pretty surprising.  These are things Argentinians will not tell you and we found out when living in the heart of Argentina. Read also: top 10 things to do in Buenos Aires Things Argentinians will not tell you Why do we write about this? It’s actually funny after a while. First, you think…

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…

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 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 porteños (residents of Buenos Aires). Imagine entering…

Buenos Aires Casino has a dark and strange history. Since the opening in 1999, it was the center of political disputes and stories that they want to hide. However, is it worth to visit the casino when you’re in Buenos Aires? Read also: colorful umbrellas in Buenos Aires sky A little bit background about Buenos Aires Casino First of all, there is Buenos Aires city and the Province of Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires city has…

Great news to start the extra-long weekend. As from today the Torre Monumental, also known as “La Torre de Los Ingleses”, near Retiro train station is open to visitors. After 15 years of closing is it an extraordinary opportunity to visit La Torre de Los Ingleses. The visit will bring you to the upper balcony of the tower. It gives you a magnificent look over the city, the train station and when the weather is…

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