Category Archives: Buenos Aires

Free Tickets to Cordoba for European Tourists


The province of Cordoba and Aerolineas Argentinas are co-sponsoring a promotion to bring European tourists to Cordoba. Travelers arriving from Europe on Aerolineas Argentinas flights will receive a coupon for a free flight from Buenos Aires to Cordoba. In light … Continue reading

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Buenos Aires City Tour


The City Tour is the best way to get to know Buenos Aires. The tour of Buenos Aires starts with the splendid Plaza San Martin and the surrounding Belle Époque architecture pierced by the Kavanagh building, the first skyscraper of … Continue reading

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Excursion to San Isidro and Tigre in Buenos Aires


Just a short bus ride north of the Argentine capital is the oasis of San Isidro, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. During the Belle Epoque, San Isidro was studded with the mansion estates of Argentina’s high … Continue reading

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Domestic Air Routes in Argentina


The vast expanse of Argentina’s territory is full of contrasts in color, scenery, climate and culture. Experiencing these contrasts just got easier with the addition of Cordoba to the Corredor Federal route of Aerolineas Argentinas. Until recently, the circular Corredor … Continue reading

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Salles Hotel in Buenos Aires


The Salles is a 4-star hotel on 208 Cerrito street in the heart of Buenos Aires, in the center of all financial, business, commercial and cultural development. Salles Hotel’s proximity to important historical sites, buildings and monuments, allows tourists in … Continue reading

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On Carlos Gardel’s Trail


Although the subject of his birthplace is controversial, there is no doubt Carlos Gardel loved Buenos Aires more than any other place in the world. You too can get to know Carlos Gardel’s Buenos Aires by touring the city in … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Kavanagh Building in Buenos Aires


Located at the intersection of Florida and San Martin, you can’t avoid noticing the imposing Kavanagh Building, a 1930s skyscraper that combines Modernist, Art Deco, and Rationalist influences. There is an incredible story behind this iconic building in the Retiro neighborhood … Continue reading

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