Local Life, History and Culture in Buenos Aires
What do an espresso with steamed milk and a political protest have in common? They are both part of everyday life in Buenos Aires, a city with a unique and vibrant mix of cultures, a tumultuous history and a frenetic rhythm.
Buenos Aires can be a lot take in, with new and interesting people and events popping up amongst the more traditional local staples. Use our guide to porteño life to get a better feel for what’s happening in BA and for interesting info to round out your local knowledge.
[Top photo credit: Elliot Solomon / All Rights Reserved]
While Tango is unequivocally the most famous Argentine music, national rock and roll has a lively history, and is beloved across generations. Find out what’s pumping on the radio across Buenos Aires!
We interviewed Rosie Hilder, British expat who came to Buenos Aires via Bolivia. To perfect her Spanish, Rosie met with fifty two Argentines over the course of a year, and blogged about the exchanges.
Every 20th of June in Buenos Aires, celebrate “Dia de la Bandera de la Argentina”, the annual tribute to independence hero General Manuel Belgrano and his most famous legacy – the Argentine national flag.
Read about the “Who, What, When, How, Why & Where of Living in Buenos Aires” in BA INSIDER Magazine, a bi-monthly publication with listings and suggestions for great places in Buenos Aires to eat, drink and explore.
BuenosTours was named as giving the best cemetery tour in the world by the Guardian newspaper, one of the most respected dailies in the UK, for our walking tour of the famous Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires.