Rosario is the third-biggest city of Argentina, but often skipped by tourists. Many Porteños escape to Rosario whenever they can – and we think you should, too!
We have to admit that Salta left us unimpressed, even though the colonial town in northern Argentina seems to have it all and tourists love it. So what was missing?
Yesterday, we shared our experience visiting Iguazu Falls, one of South America’s natural highlights. But no one talks about what the actual trip there is like. We want you to …
Patagonia is a must, but is a logistical challenge! This is the route we took from Chile’s Lake District to Ushuaia, Argentina, including buses, hotels, distances, prices and what to do in each town.
If you find yourself in Salta, Argentina, this beautiful restored 20th century colonial style posada was comfortable, well-priced and the staff made us feel incredibly welcome.
Many visitors to Argentina never even hear of Cafayate, but this wine region is easily one of the highlights of our time in the country.
Originally an antiques fair, the Sunday market in Buenos Aires’ San Telmo neighborhood has grown to become one of the city’s main tourist attractions!
Cooking with Teresita offers one-of-a-kind culinary tours and experiences in Buenos Aires. Teresita’s passion for Argentine food and wine is contagious, which might be how things got a little fuzzy after the third course…
El Caminito and La Boca are popular tourist spots famous for Tango and colorful buildings in Buenos Aires -Was it a great afternoon out or a tourist trap in a bad neighborhood? Find out what both of us thought and whether we recommend it to you in our new series She Said, She Said.
Buenos Aires is elastic, stretching and expanding over time to reflect the many cultures that live within its borders, which creates layers and layers of things to uncover. We’ve tried to boil it down to the attractions, activities and, of course, food we recommend on your trip to BUenos Aires.