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A 101 guide to understand cuts of beef in Argentina

You have probably heard of how supreme and out of this world  Argentine beef is many times, even if you have never set a foot on the country. From TV shows, Argentine restaurants abroad, fellow travelers that have been to the meat-lovers paradise or even perhaps from reading Francis Mallman’s book “Siete Fuegos”. As a…

15 famous monuments in Buenos Aires (Argentina) you should not miss

When visiting a new city, landmarks are the first images that we get from it when we start doing research: they sound familiar to us, we’ve seen them and want to find them when there. So in this article, we will share with you the top 15 monuments in Buenos Aires (Argentina) that you shouldn’t…

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5 craft fairs and markets not to be missed while in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a thriving and cosmopolitan city, yet still keeping traditions which shaped its identity: craft fairs and markets. Through this article, we will share our suggestions so that you can plan your visit and make the most of your time in Buenos Aires. Here ́s an advance: try to schedule your stay in Buenos Aires for a weekend, that’s when magic happens. San Telmo Fair (sometimes known as San Telmo flea market) In San Telmo, towards the south, one of the oldest areas in the city. Located around Dorrego Square and along Defensa street up to May Square (Plaza de Mayo). You will find a lot of beautiful local coffee shops and restaurants to take a break after an intense walk. It is usually known for antiques, but you will also find handicrafts and amazing souvenirs to take…

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5 craft fairs and markets not to be missed while in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a thriving and cosmopolitan city, yet still keeping traditions which shaped its identity: craft fairs and markets. Through this article, we will share our suggestions so that you can plan your visit and make the most of your time in Buenos Aires. Here ́s an advance: try to schedule your stay in Buenos Aires for a weekend, that’s when magic happens. San Telmo Fair (sometimes known as San Telmo flea market) In San Telmo, towards the south, one of the oldest areas in the city. Located around Dorrego Square and along Defensa street up to May Square (Plaza de Mayo). You will find a lot of beautiful local coffee shops and restaurants to take a break after an intense walk. It is usually known for antiques, but you will also find handicrafts and amazing souvenirs to take…