Collected by Lynn loring
PEDRO DOMINGO MURILLO 725, C1414 CABA, Argentina
The only way to improve on a leisurely feast of several courses in Buenos Aires is to pair the food with wine. Sommeliers at many of the city’s finer restaurants offer wine pairing options, typically pairing the entrada (appetizer) with a...
Serrano 789, C1414DEN CABA, Argentina
The flipside of Buenos Aires' historical bar notables, and just as appealing in their own way, are the contemporary cafés. Look for modern coffee shops and teahouses all over the city, with a particularly high concentration in the Palermo...
Gorriti 5751, C1414BKG CABA, Argentina
If the city’s history and architecture is downtown, and the old money is in Recoleta, then sprawling Palermo—divided into several sub-neighborhoods, including Soho, Hollywood, and Palermo Chico—is the center of the city’s contemporary culture....
Uriarte 1490, C1414DAN CABA, Argentina
Buenos Aires is visibly teeming with artists of all kinds. If it's fine art you're after, stop by some of the city’s major museums, such as the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (often referred to as MALBA) and the Museo Nacional de...
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