Buenos Aires Tango Festival & World Cup

It’s time to put on a sultry face and slide into a tight embrace on the dance floor at the Buenos Aires’… [more]

Buenos Aires Tango Festival & World Cup Buenos Aires Tango Festival & World Cup

La Vuelta a Los Valles: A Scenic Drive through Salta

  Lunar landscapes, big skies, proud cacti, enchanting wine vineyards, kaleidoscopic color palettes:… [more]

La Vuelta a Los Valles: A Scenic Drive through Salta La Vuelta a Los Valles: A Scenic Drive through Salta

Rolling through the Andes: The Old Patagonian Express

On the outskirts of Esquel, a tranquil town in the heart of Patagonia’s Chubut province, the quiet… [more]

Rolling through the Andes: The Old Patagonian Express Rolling through the Andes: The Old Patagonian Express

Cervantes – An Authentic Argentinean Grill that Won’t Break the Bank

. Tucked away a couple of blocks behind Congress this buzzing cantina has proved a well-kept secret,… [more]

Cervantes – An Authentic Argentinean Grill that Won’t Break the Bank Cervantes – An Authentic Argentinean Grill that Won't Break the Bank

Rosario — Pleasant, Authentic & Worth a Weekend

Rosario, in the province of Sante Fe, may not be a big-name tourist destination in Argentina, but it’s… [more]

Rosario — Pleasant, Authentic & Worth a Weekend Rosario — Pleasant, Authentic & Worth a Weekend

Bars

Neighborhoods

  • Almagro—Places of Interest Almagro—Places of Interest

    Anyone wanting to explore ‘the real Buenos Aires’ could easily spend a pleasant few hours wandering the streets of Almagro, an underrated middle-class neighborhood in […]

  • Almagro—A Slice of Middle Class Porteño Life Almagro—A Slice of Middle Class Porteño Life

    Almagro, an area which borders no less than eight other neighborhoods, is often overlooked by tourists. It therefore remains an unspoiled, authentic and appealing slice […]

  • Belgrano—A Bit of Britain in Buenos Aires Belgrano—A Bit of Britain in Buenos Aires

    If the giant leafy neighborhood of Palermo are the lungs of Buenos Aires, then its next-door neighbor Belgrano comprises the rest of the pulmonary system. […]

  • The Real La Boca — Barrio of Solidarity The Real La Boca — Barrio of Solidarity

    La Boca is a major sightseeing hot spot in Buenos Aires, but visitors rarely stay here at night. The ‘hit-and-run’ style tourism in the southern […]

  • La Boca La Boca

    La Boca, the Buenos Aires’ neighborhood famed for its colorful houses, its tango and its soccer team, is the one spot that makes every visitor’s […]

Activities

  • Pitch and Putt — Golf Practice in Palermo Pitch and Putt — Golf Practice in Palermo

    If you’re a beginner at golf, have the family in tow or you’re a golf addict on vacation who needs a fix, the Costa Salguero Golf Center and Pitch ‘n’ Putt in Palermo can be a lot of fun. With the various facilities available, it’s […]

  • Eternautas — Buenos Aires Walking Tours Eternautas — Buenos Aires Walking Tours

    With 400 years of history and abundance of architectural delights, Buenos Aires is a city packed with alluring sights. There are so many attractions in South America’s most European capital that it can be difficult for visitors to prioritize if they have a finite time […]

  • The San Telmo Fair The San Telmo Fair

    There is always a lot to see and do in ‘The Republic of San Telmo,’ but the colorful Sunday street fair is the bohemian neighborhood’s biggest attraction. The Feria de San Telmo began as a 270-stall antiques market in 1971, and has grown into a […]

  • Take a Stroll through the Casa Rosada Take a Stroll through the Casa Rosada

    Sitting at the edge of Plaza de Mayo, the Casa Rosada is one of the most iconic buildings in Buenos Aires. With its pink façade and palace-like design, the governmental house has served as the backdrop to countless numbers of protests, famous speeches and significant […]

  • Buenos Aires Dance Club Buenos Aires Dance Club

    Buenos Aires Dance Club is a large dance school downtown on the pedestrian-only Florida Street that offers classes every afternoon until evening Monday through Saturday. The best deal to check out the school is Saturday afternoons when they offer three beginner classes in three different […]

  • Azucar — A Sweet Place for Salsa in Buenos Aires Azucar — A Sweet Place for Salsa in Buenos Aires

    Mix a little salsa and a little sugar and you get Azucar,  Buenos Aires’ most famous salsa club. Delightfully cheesy with junglesque murals and neon-lit palm trees, the flip side is that here you will never feel too fat, too badly dressed or too old […]

  • Date Ideas in Buenos Aires

    As romantic cities go, Buenos Aires is up there with the best of them. It bounces with energy during the day and turns all mysterious and sultry by night. A slight sense of danger always abounds, and the unpredictable turmoil of everyday living ensures your […]

  • Playing Golf in Buenos Aires Playing Golf in Buenos Aires

    In a country known for its wide plains and abundance of grassy pastoral land, you know that golf courses are bound to be both plentiful and accessible. While Japanese businessmen are obliged to pay hundreds of dollars for a round of golf in their densely […]

  • Soccer Tour — See a Game Live Soccer Tour — See a Game Live

    Wander Argentina has partnered with bilingual sports journalists to offer exciting, safe and affordable tours to Argentine soccer games. By cutting out the cost of a charter bus and utilizing public transportation these personalized boutique tours are a low-cost and authentic. Tour Includes: – Accompaniment […]