Line A of the Buenos Aires Subte, completed in 1913, is the oldest subway line in South America and according to the city’s folklore, its most haunted. Even though the elegant century-old cars were replaced in 2013, the spooky tunnels still lend themselves to ghost stories. The Phantom Workers of Line A Blood has been […]
One of Buenos Aires’ finest landmarks, the grand Teatro Colón occupies an entire city block and an even larger space in the hearts and minds of Argentines. The theater is rated as one of the best five opera houses in the world for acoustics and overall comes in at number three, after La Scala in […]
Argentina’s main international airport is 35 km from the Buenos Aires city center and is not serviced by subway or train. After a long international flight landing in Ezeiza’s chaotic arrivals area, the last thing you want to do is change money at the airport (and get a horrible rate), hunt down a legal taxi […]
Tango dancers enjoy the Sunday night milonga in San Telmo‘s Plaza Dorrego. There are various milongas that take place on Sunday in San Telmo, but the Milonga del Indio, as the outdoor dance in Plaza Dorrego is known, is the most popular for visitors and locals, amateur and professional dancers alike.
The abundance of street art in Buenos Aires makes the city itself is an ever-evolving art gallery. Wander Argentina has partnered to offer a Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour showcasing some of South America’s best urban art. This fascinating street art treasure hunt winds visitors through out-of-the-way neighborhoods such as Villa Urquiza and Coghlan to see […]