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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…

A lot of friends and readers asked us: how many days should I spend in Buenos Aires? We live in the capital city of Argentina for many years and even now and then we discover new things. But in general, we can say that spending 3 days in Buenos Aires is enough to visit the highlights in the city. We give you some tips on what to do and how to plan your stay in…

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, …  Below you find the best way getting from Ezeiza Buenos Aires airport to Buenos Aires city, tested by myself. I checked all the ways for getting from Buenos Aires international airport to Buenos Aires city. Read more: 8 mistakes tourists make in Buenos Aires Getting from Buenos Aires international airport…

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

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? Argentina is the birthplace of the tango. A dance with influences from Africa, Native America, and Europe. Where to see the best tango show in Buenos Aires? This is my honest review of all the tango shows I visited in Buenos Aires. And going again to keep…

Planning your domestic flights in Argentina? Nothing that difficult to find the right domestic flight in Argentina. For example, Skyscanner, Google Flights, offer a lot of options. But, I give you some tips about where to start your trip, domestic flight connections in Argentina, what about the Argentina air pass, and are the low-cost airlines reliable? Read also: can you take domestic flights at residents’ fare? Domestic flights in Argentina Following airlines are operating domestic…

There are three certainties in an Argentinian life: having great barbecues, enjoying a Malbec wine, and drinking Yerba Maté with friends and family. If you’re not really familiar with the Argentinian culture, then sharing some maté – oh yes you need to share – will give you the greatest insights into the culture in Buenos Aires. Read also: the best day trip to do in Buenos Aires What is Yerba Maté? Yerba mate is a…

Buenos Aires is the Latin American metropolis. Besides that Buenos Aires is known as the birthplace of the tango, it has many more surprising facts that you know. Let’s check it out. Here are our top 5 cool facts about Buenos Aires 😀 Read also: 20 top things to do in Buenos Aires 5 cool facts about Buenos Aires 1. Bookstores everywhere With over more than 700 bookstores located in Buenos Aires, it has the…

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…

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: top 15 things to do in Buenos Aires The tours of hop on hop off bus Buenos Aires…

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