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  • Coffee and croissants, Buenos AiresOrdering Coffee in Buenos Aires

    Make like a true local and revel in Buenos Aires’s traditional coffee culture with this quick guide to ordering cafe just the way you want it! Drink your way round Buenos Aires one cup at a time…

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  • Argentina flag on entering the countryArgentina Reciprocity Entry Fee

    Before arriving in Argentina tourists from the United States, Australia and Canada must pay a ‘reciprocity fee’ online via the Argentinian Immigration website and print the receipt to show on arrival.

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  • Daniel Tunnard, Expat AuthorDaniel Tunnard, On The Buses

    A question & answer session with prominent expat Daniel Tunnard: the Englishman in Buenos Aires who wrote a book (Colectivaizeishon) about taking all 140 city bus routes & lived to tell the tale.

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  • Carlos Gardel Tango CroonerCarlos Gardel, Voice of Tango

    Carlos Gardel is Argentina’s most adored tango singer. The King of Tango’s smooth voice continues to enchant fans 100 years since he began singing. We honor his life, death, and beloved barrio: Abasto!

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  • Palermo Hippodrome Horse RacesPalermo Hippodrome Racetrack

    The ‘Hipodromo Argentino’ in Palermo is Argentina’s main racetrack. Take in a horse race on a Monday afternoon or experience the ‘Gran Premio Nacional,’ the Argentine Derby once a year in mid-November.

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  • El Ateneo Grand Splendid, more than just a bookstore!El Ateneo Grand Splendid

    A mecca for any book lover, El Ateneo Grand Splendid is one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. Housed in an old theatre with rows of tomes and a cafe on the stage, this is a BA must see!

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Welcome to Buenos Aires, Argentina

If you're planning your trip to Buenos Aires, then please do take advantage of this free online guide to the city, in blog magazine format, including reviews of restaurants, hotels, shopping areas, things to do, and more, plus general advice and travel information.

Some featured posts and articles can be found both above and below, and you'll find the rest of the content using the menu over on the right of your screen. Oh, and check out our BuenosTours blog!

Tango

Enjoy an authentic Tango Night Out

Enjoy an authentic Tango Night Out

This Private Tango Nightlife Tour, run by our trusted partners TangoTrips, will give you an insider’s view on the authentic tango nightlife scene in Buenos Aires, as you tour the “milongas” where locals dance the night way.


Local Life, History & Culture

Estancia Day Trip to San Antonio de Areco

Estancia Day Trip to San Antonio de Areco

Here we’ve reviewed a Private Estancia Day Tour with Camino de la Pampa. Relax at a traditional Argentine ranch, tour San Antonio de Areco, witness superb gaucho horsemanship, and chow down on asado!


Food and Drink

Take part in the Argentine asado tradition

Take part in the Argentine asado tradition

AsadoAdventure is an open invitation to become part of the family & experience in creating an Argentine BBQ lunch. This small group tour will guide you through the delicious cooking & social traditions of Argentine asado.

Luxury Hotels

Five Buenos Aires 5 Star Hotels…

Five Buenos Aires 5 Star Hotels…

Experience the lap of luxury and visit 5 of the best hotels in Buenos Aires – without ever checking in! Use these tips to enjoy top-of-the-line service and design while avoiding the steep cost of a room.


Sightseeing

Your personal Buenos Aires Photo Tour

Your personal Buenos Aires Photo Tour

This Half Day Photo Tour led by experienced photographer and documentary filmmaker Richard Shpuntoff provides fantastic off-the-beaten-track photo ops, while you get expert photography advice.


Further Afield

Estancia Day Trip to San Antonio de Areco

Estancia Day Trip to San Antonio de Areco

Here we’ve reviewed a Private Estancia Day Tour with Camino de la Pampa. Relax at a traditional Argentine ranch, tour San Antonio de Areco, witness superb gaucho horsemanship, and chow down on asado!

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