Matambre: An Argentinian Stuffed flank steak with hard boiled eggs, bell peppers and a mixture of cilantro, garlic and olive oil. The matambre is then grilled to perfection and cut into thin slices before enjoying.

Matambre: An Argentinian Stuffed flank steak with hard boiled eggs, bell peppers and a mixture of cilantro, garlic and olive oil. The matambre is then grilled to perfection and cut into thin slices before enjoying. Not hard-boiled);

Patio en antigua casa - San Telmo, CABA, Argentina

I loved these old, classic houses in San Telmo with their courtyards. What a dream to have a house like that.

Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires

Teatro-Colon-Distinguido-World-Monuments, one of the finest opera house in the world

""Pasaje General Paz"" Entre las calles Ciudad De La Paz, Maure, Zapata y Olleros en el barrio de Colegiales, se encuentra este bello pasaje, que es una galeria rectangular, con tres pisos de departamentos aristocraticos y que dan al patio interior del pasaje, repleto de arboles y canteros con florales. Vale la pena conocerlo. Buenos Aires, Argentina

""Pasaje General Paz"" Entre las calles Ciudad De La Paz, Maure, Zapata y Olleros en el barrio de Colegiales, se encuentra este bello pasaje, que es una galeria rectangular, con tres pisos de departamentos aristocraticos y que dan al patio interior del pasaje, repleto de arboles y canteros con florales. Vale la pena conocerlo. Buenos Aires, Argentina

Barrio Las Cañitas- Barrio de Palermo -Abadia de San Benito - Bs.As.

Barrio Las Cañitas- Barrio de Palermo -Abadia de San Benito - Bs.As.

Viejo conventillo en San Telmo, ciudad autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

M Buenos Aires - All You Need to Know Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

‘Gas grills are a sin in Argentina,’ our tour guide declares. You have to prepare meat in exactly the right way here. It is unsurprising in a country that prides itself on its strongly flavoured, barbecued meat. Fear not if you are a meat avoider, however, as there are many other foodie delights to be found in Buenos Aires.

7 reasons why a trip to Buenos Aires is worth it for the food alone

‘Gas grills are a sin in Argentina,’ our tour guide declares. You have to prepare meat in exactly the right way here. It is unsurprising in a country that prides itself on its strongly flavoured, barbecued meat. Fear not if you are a meat avoider, however

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