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.
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.
One thing you’ll notice when walking around Buenos Aires is the abundance of graffiti. We did a tour with Graffiti Mundo to get some insight into its story.
Drinking mate is an Argentinian custom that every visitor to the country should try. But it’s important to get it right. In this video, we learn how to make mate correctly.
It’s been a week of study and work; on the whole, very satisfying. We’ve been immersing ourselves in la vida porteña: eating empanadas, listening to tango music, and learning how to make mate.
Buenos Aires walking tours reveal layers that you just can’t find on your own. We did a half-day walking tour of Buenos Aires with Urban Adventures, and although we’d been to most of the destinations before, I felt like I’d only scratched the surface on previous visits.
Buenos Aires is an amazing city, full of vibe and interesting people. Learn more about travel in Buenos Aires in this podcast city guide.