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Buenos Aires is one of the most gay-friendly cities in South America, with a tolerant attitude and thriving nightlife scene. For gay travellers to the Argentine capital, one of the best ways to sample the city’s varied nightlife is to spend a night on the Buenos Aires Out and About Pub Crawl.
ArteBA — one of South America’s most important contemporary art fairs — is bringing the biggest names in Latin American art to the Argentine capital.
La Feria De Mataderos is a weekly fair in the Argentine capital with traditional folk dancing, handicrafts and food, as well as popular gaucho (cowboy) demonstrations.
The Argentine capital is well known for its gourmet cuisine, fabulous shopping, frenzied nightlife and top-drawer activities – but when weary porteños (residents of Buenos Aires) wish to escape the commotion of the big city, the town of Tigre and its surrounding delta region make for the perfect weekend getaway.
While Buenos Aires is already known for its open-air bars and lounges, there are few options that take advantage of the city’s stunning skyline.
Thousands of cyclists from all walks of life regularly gather in Buenos Aires for a communal, organic event that celebrates the joys of cycling and promotes its positive effect on the city.
“Combing history, macho activities and old-school Porteño flavour, the Man Tour offers travellers an inside look at the panache of Buenos Aires men.”
“The first English language stand-up comedy show has arrived in Buenos Aires.”
“Fuudis, a new concept in the Buenos Aires dining scene, combines live artistic performances, tours of the city and innovative culinary experiences.”
“Buenos Aires offers different events every night of the week, but for a truly unique snapshot of the city’s music scene, La Bomba Del Tiempo is not to be missed.”
“After a few days in Buenos Aires, the local diet of steak and wine may have some travellers yearning for a little exercise.”
“Puertas cerradas — closed-door restaurants that operate out of a chef’s private home — are becoming increasingly popular in Buenos Aires, and Max’s Supper Club is one of the most creative spots to try.”
“Plenty of travellers bring a camera on holiday and snap photos to record their trip, but fewer people use their cameras to discover new neighbourhoods or see a destination differently.”