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Wine lovers, this is the article for you. A wine tasting must be on your to-do list if you are in love with wine as we do! Argentina is known for his Malbec wine from Mendoza, but did you know that Argentina has more wine regions with amazing wines to offer. And on top of that, wine is the national drink of Argentina! Where to go on a wine tasting in Buenos Aires? Read also:…

Maybe you’re wondering if it’s worth the price to take the Buenos Aires city tour bus also known as the hop on hop off bus Buenos Aires. You see the yellow and red double-deck buses driving in the city and pretty tempting to sit on the upper deck in the sun. Hop on hop off! Read also: getting around in Buenos Aires with public transport The tours of hop on hop off bus Buenos Aires…

Where is Buenos Aires beach, or just to start, does Buenos Aires a beach after all? The truth and how going to the beach you read here. Take your sun protector, umbrella and beach rackets. ūüŹĖ Read also: 10 things to do in Buenos Aires. Selected by locals. Buenos Aires beach: the truth Let us first say this: it’s an artificial beach created in a public park. Don’t expect palm trees, a white beach,¬†and a…

Visiting Argentina and looking for things to do in Buenos Aires? We combined the best things to do in one list. A wide choice of what to do in Buenos Aires. Many attractions are free but we will give you some tips to get the most out of it. Afterall, it’s a once in a lifetime trip. Did you know that you can visit the presidential palace for free or have a magnicifient view from…

Here we are with a clich√© phrase: discover Buenos Aires differently by bike. What has a bike tour in Buenos Aires to offer? Do you discover the city differently? There are many bike tour companies active and we are listing them up by tour category, language, and duration. Read also: Hop on Hop off bus Buenos Aires: worth the money? Worth booking a bike tour in Buenos Aires? The benefit of a guided bike tour…

Buenos Aires is one of the most gay-friendly (LGBTQ) cities in South-America. Buenos Aires is inclusive in every way. For instance: same-sex¬†activity is legal in Argentina since 1887! Way ahead at that time. In this article, we give you the best LGBTQ Gay & Lesbian clubs and bars in Buenos Aires with all the information. (Directions, names, dates, locations). Also read: 5 cool facts about Buenos Aires The gay clubs and bars in Buenos Aires…

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…

La Boca Buenos Aires sounds familiar to everyone. For the colorful streets, the history of tango or just the football team Boca Juniors. It is one of the most talked-about neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. We give you all the information: the history, what to do in La Boca and is La Boca safe for you? Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires (areas and neighborhoods) The history of La Boca, Buenos Aires In 1536,…

Planning to visit the Iguazu falls in the north of Argentina? Most of the tourists start their adventure in Buenos Aires. But how to go from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls? We give you the best ways to travel to the Iguazu waterfalls. You choose what you prefer: by car, flight, bus or even hitchhiking. Vamos! Read also: Its possible! A day trip to Iguazu Falls. Discover how and more. How to go from Buenos…

Are you staying in Buenos Aires and you have some extra days or just want to explore more? Here we give you the best day trips from Buenos Aires. All selected and checked by locals. We only suggest you the places that will give you the true Argentina feeling. Read also: where to stay in Buenos Aires? Day trips from Buenos Aires We selected the best day trips from Buenos Aires and listed them up.…

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