Article by Wall Street Journal by Nicholas Gill BUENOS AIRES has long been known as a place where you could get a killer rib-eye steak and a good bottle of Malbec without taxing your travel budget (almost no matter what that budget was). There were downsides—chief among them being that […]
In the neighborhood of La Boca, in the City of Buenos Aires, in the triangle formed by streets Almirante Brown, Benito Pérez Galdós and Wenceslao Villafañe, a peculiar building rises, called by its neighbors “The Ghost House”. The Building was designed in 1908 by Frenchman Gustavo Lignac and caused great […]
There are publishers, libraries and cultural centers that open their doors so that we can read a good book and accompany with a good coffee, and other times, with a varied gastronomic offer. We recommend some:
The proposal: two shopping afternoons, around different areas of Buenos Aires outlets: Aguirre Street, Cordoba Avenue, Soleil Premium Outlet, Olivos Central Station.
Walk, buy and save, all in one tour !! You can add days and other shopping zones.
The proposal: a weekend you can enjoy with your love. You can discover the most romantic love stories of Buenos Aires, with our exclusive guided tour. In the evening enjoy an incredible dinner at the modern Hotel Faena. You can add days and other activities (spa, theater, etc.)
The proposal: a whole weekend visiting the Historic Quarter of Buenos Aires. Including transfers, lodging in a Boutique Hotel and a Tourist Guide in the afternoon of Saturday and Sunday
Once you have seen it you can’t avoid pondering who came up with such a weird idea. The French style building on top of which this house is built belonged to the furniture company Muebles Díaz. In the summer of 1926, Mr. Díaz saw a villa in Mar del […]