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Tuesday, 04 March 2014
El Calafate: Sour Berries, Icy Winds and Bitter Reality[Early Bird Adventures]
The views are breathtaking. We can see as far as Torres del Paine in Chile to the South and the famous glacier Perito Moreno to the North. The wind is trying to blow us off the cliff, but we resist....
Monday, 03 March 2014
Top Football Stadiums in Buenos Aires[Buenos Aires 4U]
Visiting the football stadiums in Buenos Aires is a great way to honor the Argentine history of this sport, as well as enjoy the match itself. The football teams in the city and the surrounding areas...
Thursday, 27 February 2014
Guest blogger: Fede Cuco’s Taste of Britain[Inside Buenos Aires]
The Fierro’s guest bartender Fede Cuco shares his favorite spots to indulge in British culture in Buenos Aires. I don’t really know why I like the British culture and food scene. But I remember the...
Wednesday, 26 February 2014
Football Soccer in Buenos Aires - Calendar of matches February - June 2014[BA Travel Guide]
The fixture of football (soccer) matches in Buenos Aires for the first half of the year 2014 has been announced. It comprises the matches in the National Tournament, "Torneo Final 2014", and the...
Tuesday, 25 February 2014
Organic and Healthy Food Market in Palermo[BA Travel Guide]
The main producers of organic and healthy food in Argentina will gather again in a large market in Buenos Aires, on Saturday, February 22nd, and Sunday, February 23rd, 2014, from 10 am to 7 pm, with...
Las Tunas and Nordelta: Two Neighbourhoods, One Reality[The Argentina Independent]
This article from Revista Mu tells the story of Las Tunas and Nordelta, two neighbourhoods in Tigre divided by much more than a wall.
Belgian Film “Red Soil” Shoots in the Misiones jungle of Argentina[Filming in Argentina]
By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey The jungle province of Misiones, Argentina (home to the 7th wonder of the world Iguazu Falls) will see a new international production start shooting the...
Monday, 24 February 2014
The Lucky Eight: Best Chinese Restaurants in Buenos Aires[Pick Up The Fork]
It’s time we all toss aside ground beef empanada filling “spring rolls” with fluorescent pink sweet and sour sweet sauce, say chau-chau to chaw fan, put down the fork, pick up some chopsticks, and...
Sunday, 23 February 2014
Carmelo, Uruguay[The Gill Family]
Uruguay is the easiest country to travel to from Buenos Aires. Sure, you could fly, but why would you when there are ferries that leave every few hours and take between 1 - 3 hours to arrive at...
Thursday, 20 February 2014
Traveling Iguazu Falls with Young Kids[Encounter Argentina]
Many travelers have emailed me recently asking about suitable destinations in Argentina for traveling with young children, which is not a very easy thing to do if you want to enjoy the authenticity...
Guest blog: Allie Lazar’s BA[Inside Buenos Aires]
Food blogger and writer Allie Lazar shares her favorite panoramas around Buenos Aires. While most of my Buenos Aires domain consists of picking up forks and consuming chorizos by the mouthfuls, an...
Wednesday, 19 February 2014
Filming in Buenos Aires: Location Doubles for New York in Commercials[Filming in Argentina]
By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey Hundreds of commercials are shot in Buenos Aires, Argentina every year. About a fourth of these are international productions – products of agencies that...
Tuesday, 18 February 2014
Carnival in Buenos Aires[Buenos Aires 4U]
For anyone unable to attend the carnival of the country in Gualeguaychú, fear not because the festivities are hitting the streets of Buenos Aires too! From now until March 4th, the Carnaval Porteño...
Monday, 17 February 2014
Teamim: A Little Taste of Israel in Almagro[Pick Up The Fork]
Buenos Aires is no stranger to Mediterranean flavors. With a history of Middle Eastern (mostly Syrian and Lebanese) and Armenian immigration, each with culturally active communities, it’s pretty easy...
Thursday, 13 February 2014
Guest blog: Jocelyn Mandryk’s Buenos Aires[Inside Buenos Aires]
Photographer Jocelyn Mandryk shares her mix ‘n match tips – your wardrobe can complement your cocktail. Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan culture hub of expression; a place where dogs wear onesies,...
Carnaval Porteño 2014 - Buenos Aires Carnival[BA Travel Guide]
Every weekend of from Saturday February 1st until Sunday March 2nd 2014, the “Carnaval Porteño 2014” (Buenos Aires Carnival) will take place at different neighborhoods, with the participation of 17...
Wednesday, 12 February 2014
Taking a Taxi in Buenos Aires[Expose: Buenos Aires]
The amount of taxis in Buenos Aires is incredible. During the infamous crisis of 2001, many people lost their jobs, and ended up driving taxis to try to make ends meet. That resulted in more taxis...
Now We’re Locking Up The Tuna?[Discover Buenos Aires]
Posted in LivingFollowing up on yesterday’s wildly popular “Time To Lock Up The Cheese” comes today’s “Now We’re Locking Up The Tuna?” Inflation is killing this country. Pretty soon you’ll need to...
Monday, 10 February 2014
BsAs4U Review: Panoramic Sailing Trip on Rio de la Plata[Buenos Aires 4U]
One of the new products in the BsAs4u catalogue is the Panoramic Sailing Trip on Rio de la Plata. This tour is perfect for sunny afternoons and for those who want to view the city Buenos Aires in a...
Loss of Purchasing Power in Argentina – Pesos and Dollars Affected[Discover Buenos Aires]
Posted in LivingArgentina allowed the peso to devalue by 17% on January 23, 2014, from $6.8 to over $8.0. Immediately, many merchants started raising their prices. The government decried these...
Sunday, 09 February 2014
Danger in Buenos Aires[Expose: Buenos Aires]
If you were to mention in North America that you were going to Argentina, most people would ask “Is it safe?” Or they will talk about how they heard people are kidnapped, that there is a lot of...
Tuesday, 21 January 2014
Buenos Aires Barrio Guide – Choosing the Right Neighborhood[Expose: Buenos Aires]
Whether you are looking for an apartment to rent, a hotel, or for a temporary vacation rental, you will have to decide which neighborhood you´ll want to stay in in Buenos Aires. The Argentines call...
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