By Chelsea Schmidt When you are traveling halfway around the world to visit a new city, the last thing you want to do is end up in a tacky, tourist trap.  As a group,… Continue reading

A Night Out in Buenos Aires

By Chelsea Schmidt  New York City is called the city that never sleeps but I think Buenos Aires might actually be more deserving of that title. In many European and North American cities, bars and… Continue reading

Neighbourhood | La Boca

La Boca La Boca is famously the place to find two attractions which most, if not all, visitors to Buenos Aires will want to see: the fútbol stadium ‘La Bombonera,’ and Caminito, the colorful artists’… Continue reading

The BA Top 25: Best New Restaurants, Bars and Cafés in Buenos Aires 2013

by forkyou Slow clap it up because 2013 was a helluva year, pushing Buenos Aires closer to that culinary destination in the sky. Let’s reminisce and gush over master bartenders paying homage to their aperitivo Argentine… Continue reading

How to Spend a Sunday at the San Telmo Market

Buenos Aires Travel – How to Spend a Sunday at the San Telmo Market By Caroline Eaton Tango, arts and antiques have taken over San Telmo, the oldest barrio (neighborhood) in Buenos Aires. Cobblestone… Continue reading

The best shops in Buenos Aires: an insiders’ guide

Four Porteños renowned in their respective fields – art, design, food and style – present their specialist guides to the best shops in Buenos Aires. Finding the best shops in Buenos Aires can… Continue reading

Mendoza: Top 10 Wineries

Bodega Dolium (Ruta 15, Km 30, Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo). This is a small family-run bodega. They store the wine in amphoras, which are the bottles used by Greeks and Romans in classic wine-production.… Continue reading

Argentina: travel books to read before you go

This excerpt from Lonely Planet’s Argentina guide provides a selection of travel literature to enhance your trip. After years out of print, Lucas Bridges’ classic, Uttermost Part of the Earth (1947), was republished in 2008. Bridges brilliantly describes his… Continue reading

Introduction to architecture in Buenos Aires

2 of 66 of 6 You don’t have to know the difference between a cornice and a cantilever to see that Buenos Aires is an architectural wonderland. In this melting-pot South American capital, no one… Continue reading

Al pan, pan: las mejores panaderías

El pan está de moda. Todos los medios lo dicen (y nosotros no vamos a hacer la excepción). El pan forma parte de la cultura universal y es alimento desde la prehistoria. Producto… Continue reading