What to do in August? You could watch an unusual tooth-based parade, get into the Edinburgh Fringe, see the best tango in the world, or get dirty in the world’s biggest tomato fight.
Buenos Aires has so much street art, it can be hard to know where to start looking for the good stuff — but there are two neighbourhoods where you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.
We talk with guidebook author Stephanie Ockerman about Buenos Aires. We get her insider’s guide to the city, disarm the cliches, and discover the experience of travel in the “Paris of South America”.
There are so many interesting destinations in the world that it’s difficult to choose just a few to focus on — but here are our picks for 2013.
The Iguazu Falls are located on the border between Brazil and Argentina, and can be seen from both countries, with each side offering visitors a different experience.
This Salta podcast covers things to do, places to see, where to stay, how to get around in Salta, Argentina. Rounded out with good stories & nice pictures.
Many cities have a vibrant street-art scene, but Buenos Aires takes graffiti to whole new levels.
Sharing a mate with locals in Argentina and Uruguay is a great way to immerse yourself in the culture of the region.
As we head to the end of 2011, we wanted to capture something of our year’s spirit in photos. We spent time in New Zealand, Australia and South America.
Although Buenos Aires’s metro system isn’t as extensive as that of some other cities, like London or Tokyo, it’s a useful tool for getting around the city.