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Thompson 598, C1424ALD CABA, Argentina
Here's an intriguing historical fact most porteños don't even know: Buenos Aires used to be called ‘the city of trams." In its heyday, Buenos Aires' tramway was the most extensive in the world, the city streets laid with 533 miles of tracks....
Sarmiento 77, B1648 Tigre, Pcia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Wonder where all the locals are going as they load their suitcases and groceries onto the river taxis? They're on their way to get away from it all. Tigre's banks are lined with rental cottages and cabin complexes, many offering swimming pools and...
Mataderos, Buenos Aires, Argentina
It's not rocket science to make dinner reservations at one of Buenos Aires' hot-right-now restaurants - but what about finding your way to the city's hole-in-the-wall empanada shops, the roadside parrilla (grill) stands, the mom-and-pop delis with...
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