3 things that you should know and do to explore Buenos Aires as a local

3 things that you should know and do to explore Buenos Aires as a local
Welcome to Buenos Aires…   A very Argentine art I have heard many visitors who explore the city to point out to me a kind of typical, colourful decoration that they often see, especially on the buses. First of all: they are not buses but colectivos – because this is what we argentines call buses […]
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Iguazu Falls – Optional Excursions

In north-eastern Argentina is the state of Misiones, which borders Brazil and Paraguay. The most famous residents of this Argentine province are, without a doubt, the Iguazu Falls and Iguazu National Park. Over 250 waterfalls are formed where the Iguazu River plunges over the semi-circular ridge of the Parana Plateau measuring 2.7km in length. A […]
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Argentina just became cheaper and easier to travel in!

On the December 10th 2015, Argentina’s new centre-right president Mauricio Macri took office, inheriting a difficult economic legacy from former president Christina Fernandez de Kirchner’s 12 year populist rule. Since 2011, there have been two dollar rates in Argentina, the official, and the “blue”, or black market rate. The blue dollar arose when currency controls […]
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