To live within the neighborhoods of Buenos Aires Argentina is to live like a Porteño. A Gringo in Buenos Aires is an extensive guide for expats, students, vacationers, or even a native, about living like a Porteño.
Our mission is to provide you with useful information that focuses on quick assimilation into the Porteño culture. Many familiar websites promote the same restaurants, bars and ‘cultural’ experiences, but cater to those locations where the gringo would feel most comfortable (and be surrounded by other gringos). We at A Gringo in Buenos Aires recognize firsthand that you must break free and live like a local to get the most out of living abroad.
A Gringo in Buenos Aires provides tips and tricks that make life easier here in Buenos Aires. Along with general lessons about the Porteño, you’ll also understand how locals eat, drink, and play. Let’s get movin’!
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I am planning a trip to buenos aires this summer and would also like to visit the falls at iguzua.
I am thinking of two days August 12th & 13th. I have been told that the argentine side is the best but I would also like to go to the Brazil side.
I have a discount if I book through expedia but I cannot figure out where to stay
We would be okay staying in the Sheraton if it is worth while for the location. We ar older and like staying in nice places.
Do you recommend tours in Argentina and Brazil?
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