It’s time to get our drink on. We are all about finding the best happy hour deals in Buenos Aires, so we’ve eaten and drunk our way through the city’s bars, restaurants and lounges to find that special place that satisfies all of our happy hour needs. Antares The Bar: I am going […]
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If you’re considering a family holiday to Buenos Aires, but lost as to activities beyond wine and tango, fear not! The city has loads to offer, from sweet treats to parks and museums which will make it memorable for all members of the clan. The locals have a very welcoming attitude towards children which includes […]
Argentina is a great place to learn Spanish! We admit, there may be a little bias in this article, but Argentina is, undoubtedly, one of the most enjoyable places to learn Spanish in the world. We’d bet money on it. Apart from the numerous high-quality Spanish language Schools (including our very own Spanish and Tango […]
Anyone who’s made an attempt at learning Spanish, whether in Argentina or from the comfort of their couch in Europe, will know that learning Spanish is an extremely challenging but rewarding experience. One moment you find yourself drowning in a sea of irregular verbs, strange accents and unfamiliar vocabulary, the next you’re chatting to taxi […]
Learning Spanish at a school in Argentina is becoming increasingly popular- but what course is right for you?
A nice quick list of vocabulary and Spanish phrases for the travelers coming to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Most travelers are in search of fun and adventure while traveling throughout Argentina. But what are you to do if your adventures lead to a sticky legal situation? We sat down with Dr. Gastón M. Marano, from MGR Legal Consultants (a local firm specializing in international disputes here in Buenos Aires) and asked him […]
From: Paul Strobl, the man, the myth…email@example.com Victim: Everyone Culprit: Big Business Approximate Location: Everywhere The Skinny: Jarabe de Maiz de Alta Fructosa, aka JMAF (High Fructose Corn Syrup) is finding its way into lots of food products around Buenos Aires. The verdict is still out on whether this stuff is more or less harmful […]