Belgrano, Buenos Aires
Beyond the bustle of downtown and the swank of Palermo lies the neighborhood of Belgrano, a leafy residential area in the north of the city. It’s upscale yet simple, commercial yet quaint, and definitely worth a look.
Belgrano is laid back, so grab an ice cream, stroll through the artisan markets, take in the lush greenery and don’t forget to stop by barrio chino – BA’s very own Chinatown.
A trendy club for dinner, music and dancing, Rumi is a chic nightspot where the lights flash and the drinks abound. Try the Wednesday night dinner specials to escape late-night crowds and entrance fees.
A question and answer session with prominent expat Daniel Tunnard: the Englishman in Argentina who wrote a book about taking all 140 city bus routes in Buenos Aires… and lived to tell the tale.