Helpful Tips to Know before going to Buenos Aires

Dec 2015 Aloha! Here we leave you some tips for first-time travelers.. Money exchange: In Argentina we use pesos. You can change dollars in the airport or a better option is at the “casa de cambio” (money exchange shops) in Microcentro (there are plenty). Usually around 14 pesos for 1 usd but the market changes…

Best Places to Eat on a Budget in Buenos Aires City

Dec 2015 Buenos Aires itself is a kitchen. You can find any type of food you can imagine: De Autor (gourmet), Bodegon (cantines), Parrilla (Bbq), Indian, Armenia, Peruvian and any other ethnic. Palermo Soho is the hip town where you can find ten restaurants in just one block! Off topic, everywhere you wander you’ll find fashion…

Buenos Aires and its Gardens

Dec 2015 BOTANICO   Just outside the window of Pato’s apartment you have the Palermo Botanicos. Such a lovely place to take an afternoon stroll, snap some beautiful photos, or even a nap! The large gardens have walkways between hundreds of different plants from all over the world. The entrances are at Santa Fe Ave….

Night At The Colon: Buenos Aires Attractions

Dec 2015 Being only 250 pesos to see the Nutcracker performed in one of worlds best Opera Houses makes it something not to miss. We took a night off from Kaia (not hard when we are surrounded by Belu’s loving family), to get artsy… The Colon simply put is a Masterpeice from the architecture to the…

Other Neighborhoods not to miss in Buenos Aires!

Dec 2015 La Boca Another day in Buenos Aires waking up at noon hehe.. We decided to dedicate the day to stroll around the streets of La Boca with the company of Pato and Pepe (Belu’s lovely mom and wonderful step-dad). To describe La Boca in simple words: it’s the splash of color in the…

Things to See and Do in San Telmo

Dec 2015 San Telmo is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. It is  recognized for its original facades and décor. Known for a lively Tango and Art scene among one of the best antique and street fair markets in the city. On Sundays the stone cobbled roads of Defensa St. are filled with…

Top things to do in Microcentro

Dec 2015 Microcentro is like walking through a history book. Surrounded by old enormous stone and marble buildings with beautiful Spanish colonial architecture, you’d swear you were in an European city.   The Plaza de Mayo has always been the focal point of political life in Buenos Aires. This is where the process towards the…