8 Reasons to Quit Your Diet in Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires is famous for red wine and red meat, but Lauren Fitzpatrick gives you a rundown of the city’s other culinary indulgences.

6 “Off the Beaten Path” Places to Visit in Buenos Aires

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Expat Marcello explore some of the unique, off the beaten path, aspects of Buenos Aires.

Four Seasons in Buenos Aires: How to Travel Like a Local All Year Round

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From sweltering summer days to chilled winter nights, this is your year-round guide to immersing yourself in Latin America’s coolest capital.

Crap, Cabs, and Construction: Learning How To Walk in Buenos Aires

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Think maneuvering the streets of Buenos Aires is a breeze? Think again. Having been schooled and scolded by her in-laws, Cara Brunello offers a few tips on how to dodge the obstacles of this capital city like a pro.

Solo Tango in Buenos Aires

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Travel story about the dance that infuses Buenos Aires, the tango.

Buenos Aires: A Shopper’s Paradise – Argentina, South America

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If you live to shop, you haven't lived until you've visited the superb boutiques and trendy markets in Buenos Aires. As an added incentive, Leslie Patrick points out the 17% refund for foreign

The Luxury Tax – Asia, Europe, South America

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Adam Jeffries Schwartz looks with humor at the dreaded luxury tax.

The Threepenny Tango – Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America

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As the legendary birthplace of the seductive tango, Buenos Aires offers Amy Chen less than what she bargained for. But at the end, less is more.

Life Goes on below the Equator – Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America

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Buenos Aires is known as the Paris of South America. Lisa Lubin found out it was and subsequently, fell in love with it.

Argentine Nightmare – Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America

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Frank has a word of caution for those travellers who intend to be at the retiro bus station in Buenos Aires.