If you come to Buenos Aires to spend some days, weeks, or even months you will find some cultural differences in the bigger picture. But as well you will face interesting, annoying, and funny things that are way different from what we are used to at home. ...view
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Disclaimer: Things change fast in Buenos Aires. Please verify any information you find here! We are happy if you let us know if given information is outdated, thank you! If you happen to be the first time in Buenos Aires (BA), or you haven't been here f...view
Being in the bustling city of Buenos Aires sometimes will give you the feeling of never-ending concrete, streets, cars, buildings, noise, and polluted air. Some day you might feel the desire for fresh air, some green around you and quiet moments. If...view
Disclaimer: Things change fast in Argentina. Please verify any information given here at the time of your travels! You might have noticed that Buenos Aires differs slighty to many other travel destinations. Not only because of our common addiction, the ...view
For the tango tourist in Buenos Aires there are some very useful free apps to ease your life. Milonga Hoy: The first one I recommend you is "Milonga Hoy" (or "Hoy Milonga", depending if it's iOS or Android). You can download this app in your normal app ...view
Even if Buenos Aires seems to be a chaotic city at the first glance, you can get around in many different - more or less adventurous - ways. Since the traffic here is worse than a mixture made from Mexico City and Napoli, I never used a car, so I can no...view
Arriving in Buenos Aires will be mainly by airplane at the International Airport Ezeiza (EZE). If you have friends or organized your stay in advance (see here for housing tips) you might have been offered a transfer service. Usually this means: after you s...view