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Buenos Aires Travel Guide

Buenos Aires Blends South American and European Culture, Architecture

Buenos Aires Blends South American and European Culture, Architecture

Often referred to as the Paris of Latin America, Buenos Aires is an absolutely gorgeous city full of South American and European fusion architecture and lifestyle that's unlike anything else in the world.

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Buenos Aires Home to Some Amazing Food and Drink

Buenos Aires Home to Some Amazing Food and Drink

As a tourist destination, Buenos Aires is a pretty spectacular getaway that offers incredible food and wines. Of course, there are also beautiful sites and great things to do, but looking at this piece sure makes me feel like the real star is the city's dining.

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The Rise of BitCoin in Buenos Aires

The Rise of BitCoin in Buenos Aires

BitCoins, the internet-created digital currency that has nothing backing its value, still somehow manages to grow in popularity. Particularly in Buenos Aires, BitCoins can now be used to buy all sorts of real life items, even including condos!

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Tango Sees Return to Popularity in Buenos Aires

Tango Sees Return to Popularity in Buenos Aires

Tango, the classic dance of passion, has been gaining popularity in Buenos Aires, Argentina, lately. Considering the dance is so full of sexual intensity, it's difficult to see how the dance could have ever gone out of style in the first place.

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Buenos Aires is a Great Retirement Destination

Buenos Aires is a Great Retirement Destination

For numerous reasons, Buenos Aires is one of the best destinations in the world to retire to. With an incredibly low cost of living, especially considering it is a world-class city, the sights, sounds and dining opportunities could make it actually the best retirement city.

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International Olympic Committee to Decide New Games for 2020 Olympics in Buenos Aires

International Olympic Committee to Decide New Games for 2020 Olympics in Buenos Aires

The IOC has a tough decision to make, they are going to be deciding which games will be added to the roster for the 2020 Olympics which are to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Are there any events you believe should be on the roster but aren't?

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Buenos Aires Goes Green

Buenos Aires Goes Green

Green roofs are growing more and more common as public awareness of the impact of a sea of concrete has on local environments in Buenos Aires. The movement comes on the wake of several discoveries, including a 3.6 to 5.4 degree difference between cities and surrounding environments. Green roofs may seem like an oddball path to solving the issue, but it's a cheap and effective means of turning back the temperature tide.

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Buenos Aires Fights for Bicyclists

Buenos Aires Fights for Bicyclists

With the adamant support of Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri at their back, proponents of of the green-friendly bicyclist movement will be happy to hear of his latest milestone: 100 kilometers of dedicated biking paths by completion, and 30 kilometers by years end. At the same time, Banco Ciudad is increasing the availability of bikes, a double move that will make Argentina dramatically more bike friendly.

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Sunken Ship Sinks Argentina's Naval Prestige

Sunken Ship Sinks Argentina's Naval Prestige

The once proud fleet of Argentina has been humbled by time and insufficient funding from Buenos Aires, the recent sinking of a decaying destroyer still at its moorings only the most blatant sign that all hopes of restoring the fleet have long since sailed away. Controversy within state officials abounds as to the reasoning of the fleets current status.

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Culture Shock in Buenos Aires for Pittsburgh Harpist

Culture Shock in Buenos Aires for Pittsburgh Harpist

Sarah Solomon Stern, a well-known harpist from Pittsburgh, was in for a bit of culture shock after accepting her new role as the associate principle harpist for Buenos Aires' Orchestra Teatro Colon. Used to slightly more 'luxurious' transportation methods, she described the “open-air truck and rope” meant to transport her #30,000 harp as quite a shock.

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Vigil in Buenos Aires Sign of Solidarity with Palestinians

Vigil in Buenos Aires Sign of Solidarity with Palestinians

And yet again Israel finds itself on the wrong end of public opinion as members of the Ahrar Center for Prisoners Studies and Human Rights in Buenos Aires, Argentina highlighted the mistreatment of Palestinian prisoners currently hunger striking in the unlivable conditions of Israeli jails. The vigil is the second and part of a worldwide movement to show solidarity and raise awareness of the prisoners plight.

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South American Pole Dancers Unite in Buenos Aires

South American Pole Dancers Unite in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires was host to the South American Pole Dancing championship over the weekend, and this definitely wasn't your mom's pole dancing. Mostly because your mother probably thinks that pole dancing is only done in a seedy location filled with naked women and bass-heavy dance tracks. This was wholesome pole dancing, thank you very much, and actually looks like it could have been fun for the whole family, though I wouldn't recommend that either.

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A Modern and Well-Documented Trip through Buenos Aires

A Modern and Well-Documented Trip through Buenos Aires

Writer Paul Shirley took a trip to Buenos Aires and found some absolutely amazing places that anyone would be smart to visit as well, especially considering it seems like the locations won't be packed with other tourists. Even if you're not planning a trip to Argentina, this is a great read for travelers heading anywhere as a lot of the methods he uses can be applied to most cities around the world.

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Luxury Hotels in Buenos Aires >

Best Buenos Aires Hotel Rates

Alvear Palace Hotel

Stay 3 nights and get the 3rd night free from 384.00 USD *

Emperador Hotel Buenos Aires

from 149.00 USD *

Park Tower

from 225.00 USD *

Sofitel Buenos Aires

from 304.29 USD *

Algodon Mansion

from 480.00 USD *

Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

from 724.24 USD *
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