Buenos Aires Boliches: Nightlife in BA

They say that New York is the city that never sleeps, but Buenos Aires is one of the world’s frontrunners when it comes to 24-hour partying. Many of the best things about this fascinating city happen after dark, and you’ll notice that nightlife and nighttime activities play a key role in the lives of porteños. A few things to know: It’s normal to go for dinner at 1 a.m., after taking in a theater show on Avenida Corrientes; it’s normal to go for ice cream with your grandmother at midnight on a Tuesday; and it’s normal to wait until 11 p.m. before going to a bar. You get the idea: B.A. is a city for night owls.
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The Best Museums in Buenos Aires

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We all know Buenos Aires is famous for its cafes, nightlife, tango and soccer. But it’s also a city with a rich history and a thriving arts scene. Dotting Buenos Aires’ barrios is a fascinating collection of museums and galleries that showcase the city’s heritage, historical figures and love of the arts.

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The Best Ice Cream in Buenos Aires

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Summers in Buenos Aires are long, hot and humid. Many porteños pack up and head to the beaches of Mar del Plata and Punta del Este. However, scores remain, painstakingly sweating their way through the blazing temperatures in search of an air-conditioned refuge. While a cold beer can help to beat the heat, there is nothing quite like a scoop, or bowl, of Argentine ice cream to cool you down.
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Anuva Wines: Wine Tasting In Buenos Aires

Recently moving into a new private loft in Palermo Soho, The Anuva Wine tasting is a perfect way to sample the many amazing wines that has made Argentina one of the most popular wine producers in the world.
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Steaks by Luis: 5 Course Private Parrilla in Buenos Aires

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We can all agree that one of the most famous things about Argentina is the meat and the famous ritual of the “asado”. With this in mind, nobody wants to miss the opportunity to taste an amazing asado while at the same time learning about how it is prepared, step by step, with the help of the “asador” (grillmaster).

Luis is an expert “asador” who had the bright idea of ​​turning his gift for barbecuing into an exquisite 5 course meal at Steaks by Luis, showcasing the highlights of a full argentine asado.
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i Latina: An Unforgettable Dining Experience in Buenos Aires

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Since its opening two years ago, i Latina has been providing the flavors of Latin America to a curious and sophisticated audience. In a beautiful French-style house, in the neighborhood of Villa Crespo 3 Colombian siblings: Santiago, Camilo and Laura Macias, launched a project that involves a 7 course tasting menu that celebrates the unique and electric tastes of Latin America.
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Ask A Porteño: 15 Questions With Buenos Aires Native Matías Serrano

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Each month we ask a Porteño (Buenos Aires Native) the same 15 questions with the goal of getting a unique perspective on Buenos Aires that visitors and expats alike can learn from. In this month’s edition we meet up with Matías Serrano, an Internet Publisher.

Matías Serrano: Age 35. Originally from Quilmes, Lives in Palermo. Works in Internet Publishing.

1. Describe a perfect day in Buenos Aires for you?
Sunny Sunday, or sometime during summer vacations, when there are fewer cars on the street, and you can actually enjoy a less stressed-out city. BA is awesome without cars and busses!
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Martial Arts in Buenos Aires: Kickboxing, MMA, Jiu Jitsu, Taekwondo, Muay Thai

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For the past year and a half I have been taking kickboxing classes at Dojoclub in Buenos Aires and I can’t recommend it highly enough. I have been on a steady path of taking private kickboxing / Muay Thai classes 3 times a week and have gotten to know the personal at Dojoclub well. It terms of location and what it offers, you will not find a better place in Buenos Aires to practice Martial Arts. Located in Palermo Viejo at Bulnes 1226, Dojoclub is a great location for those living in Palermo Soho/Hollywood, Palermo Alto, Barrio Norte, Villa Crespo and Almagro. Not only are the facilities top notch, but the quality of people is hard to beat. The atmosphere at Dojoclub is very encouraging and welcoming. If you have never practiced a martial art in your life, whether male or female, you will feel comfortable right away.
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Ask A Porteño: 15 Questions With Buenos Aires Native Juan Schmidt

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Each month we ask a Porteño (Buenos Aires Native) the same 15 questions with the goal of getting a unique perspective on Buenos Aires that visitors and expats alike can learn from. In this month’s edition we meet up with Juan Schmidt, a filmmaker and video producer.

Juan is a graduate of Image and Sound Design from the University of Buenos Aires. He has worked as video store clerk, in film societies, and as a film critic. His current profession is editing and doing camerawork for a wide range of clients that include anything from TV shows to Evangelical conferences. In 2013 he showed his first full length movie, POLVAREDA, at the Mar del Plata International Film Fest and other places. In the meantime, he is releasing his first documentary: LOS MONSTRUOS (The Monsters).
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The Argentina Prep Guide: Prepare for Your Trip to Argentina

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We have recently published a new guidebook to Argentina available for the Amazon Kindle called The Argentina Prep Guide: Prepare for Your Trip to Argentina. This guide is designed to help you prepare your travel plans to Argentina and also give you actionable advice while you are in the country. Please read below for more information!

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