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What to Do, See, and Eat in Belgrano

Belgrano isn’t a neighborhood that pops up on most people’s radars. Tourists prefer its trendier Palermo neighbor while exploring, and locals and expats not from the area are more likely to visit it once every blue

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Doppelganger, Buenos Aires, Argentina

What to Do, See, and Eat in San Telmo

San Telmo is the kind of a place with such a unique energy that it is hard to put your finger on what exactly makes it such a wonderful neighborhood. This relatively small barrio<span

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What to Do, Eat, and Drink in Villa Crespo

Always the bridesmaid, never the bride, Villa Crespo has long been treated as the “forgotten step-sister” of bordering Palermo, which is arguably the most popular neighborhood in Buenos Aires for tourists looking

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iLatina, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Discovering Latin America with Every Bite at iLatina

Flavor. That’s what I look for in food. Bold, dangerous, and sometimes just downright confusing flavor.

In Buenos Aires, spicy, sour, and smoky are harder to find than a pastry that isn’t drowning in dulce de leche

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The Rebirth of We Are Tango: Tango Show and Cultural Art Space

You are officially invited to the opening of the new and improved We Are Tango. After a brief hiatus, the interactive tango show has re-opened its doors in Almagro – BA’s unofficial tango neighborhood

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Heading North for the Winter, Rio de Janiero Style

On my recent family vacation to Rio de Janeiro, which I am now declaring the world’s sexiest city, I learned something about myself. I am so pale. Tanned, toned, and taught men and women jogging along the Copacabana boardwalk put my pasty

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A Night Out with Wine Tour Urbano

You know that feeling when you show up three hours late to the party? Everyone knows each other, having a blast chatting and drinking, and you wonder what an amazing time you’ve just missed out on? That’s how I felt when I heard about Wine

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The BA Tourist Traps That Are Actually Worth a Visit

Article by Nora Wallenius

In the world of travel, the word sightseeing often conjures negative connotations. Getting a local feel for the city has become the ‘correct’ way to travel. When did sightseeing become something only gawky

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Food and Drink Fusion in Buenos Aires

Article by Nora Wallenius.

We all know that Buenos Aires is a gastronomical paradise.

We also know it’s a delicious beverage paradise, with world-famous wines, exciting cocktails, and artisanal beers available in bars small and large all over the city. Sometimes though, its hard to find that perfect balance

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São Paulo: Food Lover’s Paradise

Article by Nora Wallenius.

To those looking for a relaxing beach vacation in Brazil, São Paulo can seem like the big bad monster you don’t want to go near. The largest city in Brazil and one of the largest cities in the world, São Paulo is the business

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