The Palermo parks are not to be missed when visiting Buenos Aires!
There’s a lot of green spaces in this beautiful city, and this is most evident in the parks of Palermo. The parks are huge and I... more
Lavalle is a partly pedestrianised street across Florida and one block north of Avenida Corrientes. It mainly has cinemas and cheap stores selling, suspectedly, counterfeit goods. There are some... more
If you are going to Bs As soon, you will get a chance to see COW PARADE! This is a great art exhibit that has been in many cities around the world, including NYC. It is in Puerto Madero and the cows... more
Venta de Entradas: Martes a Viernes de 9 a 21.30 hs. (Parque abierto hasta las 23 hs.) Sábados, Domingos y Feriados 11 a 22 hs. (Parque abierto hasta las 23.30 hs.)
Entradas: Mayores $15 Menores... more
Hehehehe I still call it as the Andaluzian Monument, but my friends here and many people say it is the Monumento a los Españoles. It is right in the middle of the elegant Libertador Avenue, in this... more
The Cervantes Theater it's the only National Theater of Argentina. It is National Historical and Artistic Monument from October of 1995, by law 24,570, sanctioned by the Senate and the House of... more
This is our public University of Law.
Esta es nuestra Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA).
Aunque los estudios de derecho registran antecedentes en Buenos Aires, al fundarse... more
Argentina Polo Day is polo for EVERYONE, EVERYDAY of the year! I am happy I found them!
To enjoy and play polo only 45 minutes away from the city. A COMPLETE day to experience polo in a professional,... more
The Frigate President Sarmiento, anchored in the central Buenos Aires zone of Puerto Madero, contains an exhibit on Argentina’s navy, its educational tours and the ports in which the Frigate docked... more
Era un antiguo convento, construido en 1732 por los monjes recoletos. Desde 1886 funciono como asilo de ancianos y a partir de 1979 paso a cumplir la funcion de centro cultural que desarrolla en la... more
La Boca is a neighborhood, or barrio of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. It retains a strong European flavour, with many of its early settlers being from the Italian city of Genoa. After a lengthy... more
There are plenty of popular and good fishing spots around Mar de Plata. I have to admit that try as we did a couple of times we just couldn't catch any fish, not even a tiny little nibble. It was a... more
Monumento obsequiado por la municipalidad de buenos aires al presidente nicolas avellaneda en el primer centenario de la federalizacion de la ciudad de buenos aires, septiembre de 1980.
This monument... more
This was a painter from the early 20th Century a favorite of Jorge Luis Borges. These aren't your parents boring oil portraits of 400 year old people you never knew. They are unsusual, crazy designs,... more
This was my third trip to Buenos Aires, and it was different from my prior two trips in so many ways. While I took in many wonderful sights and met a score of new friends, I also saw things that have...
It's so difficult to describe the place where you live. Of course I can mention a list of places to visit, restaurants and must-sees, but still, you wouldn't get it. Every corner, every smell, every...