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Take a deep 'virtual' dive into Buenos Aires' fascinating, passionate, and intriguing art and culture scene with these topic-related blog posts.

Teatro Colón: The greatest Opera House in Latin America at a glance

When visiting Buenos Aires travelers might be surpirsed by the enormous amount of things to do and places to visit that Argentina’s capital city has to offer. Among all of its historic buildings with amazing architecture, wonderful parks, top quality restaurants, and world renowned museums, there is one traditional place you can’t miss: the Colón…

Buenos Aires: the most diversly inclusive travel destination in South America

If you are planning a trip to Buenos Aires, but are worried about how you will be received as a memeber of the LGBTQI+ community, this post has all the information you need to know before your trip. While most countries in South America are largely Catholic and still today keep a very conservative outlook,…

5 art museums not to be missed when visiting Buenos Aires

5 art museums not to be missed when visiting Buenos Aires It is common to find a work of art at every corner when walking around Buenos Aires. In this article, we will suggest you 5 art museums you not to be missed when visiting Buenos Aires. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes / National Museum of Fine Arts This is one of the most important public museums in the country. The choice if time tells you to choose just one. It is located in Recoleta and it is an excellent option to combine with Recoleta Cemetery and the Artisans’ Fair located just opposite the museum. It hosts the most important Collection of Argentine art in Argentina (Antonio Berni, Prilidiano Pueyrredón, Benito Quinquela Martín, etc.) and international works of art (El Greco, Goya, Rodin, etc.). A must-see! Museo de Arte Latinoamericano…

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…

5 things perhaps you didn’t know about Buenos Aires

5 things perhaps you didn’t know about Buenos Aires Buenos Aires is one of the most Amazing cities in South America. Many people know about tango, nightlife or local cuisine, but some topics will cause admiration and surprise to those visiting us for the first time. Here, we will tell you 5 things perhaps you didn’t know about the capital of Argentina. Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America Buenos Aires breaks all the stereotypes that people have about South America before travelling. This is a city in a European body, but with South American soul, where architecture gives us important jewels from different styles: From Art- Nouveau to Gothic revival, going through a mix of styles loyal to the melting-pot of nationalities which is so typical of Buenos Aires. As we have amazing examples of French architecture, Buenos Aires…

Out of the ordinary activities to get a deep understanding of Buenos Aires' art & culture scene

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