Visit like a Local: Top Travel Tips for Buenos Aires, Argentina | ©GreenCityTrips http://greencitytrips.com/top-travel-tips-buenos-aires-argentina/

Visit like a Local: Top Travel Tips for Buenos Aires, Argentina | ©GreenCityTrips http://greencitytrips.com/top-travel-tips-buenos-aires-argentina/

How to see Perito Moreno Glacier on your own, and where to stay and eat in El Calafate, #Argentina

How to see Perito Moreno Glacier on your own, and where to stay and eat in El Calafate, #Argentina

PALACIO SAN MARTIN Más

PALACIO SAN MARTIN Más

Map of Buenos Aires City with the best and safest barrios highlighted...

Map of Buenos Aires City with the best and safest barrios highlighted...

Los Molinos, Cordoba, Argentina

Los Molinos, Cordoba, Argentina

The exterior of the concept store/restaurant Casa Cavia, set in a 1920s mansion in the Palermo Chico neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Emporio Elegante

The exterior of the concept store/restaurant Casa Cavia, set in a 1920s mansion in the Palermo Chico neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Mercado de San Telmo - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mercado de San Telmo - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Visit the Pink House (La Casa Rosada) in Buenos Aires. Stay for the street performances & market stalls (check out the mate sets) in the square.

Visit the Pink House (La Casa Rosada) in Buenos Aires. Stay for the street performances & market stalls (check out the mate sets) in the square.

Granaderos a Caballo. Grenadiers Mounted Horses.

Granaderos a Caballo. Grenadiers Mounted Horses.

The poetry of Jorge Luis Borges and the rhythms of the tango come together at El Ateneo, which has played many roles: first a theater that hosted tango legends like Carlos Gardel; then a cinema; and now a seller of books and music. The majestic interior of the nearly century-old building retains its original rounded balconies, ornate trimmings, frescoed ceiling, and a stage (now a café) with plush red curtains. Pictured:El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires.

The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles

The poetry of Jorge Luis Borges and the rhythms of the tango come together at El Ateneo, which has played many roles: first a theater that hosted tango legends like Carlos Gardel; then a cinema; and now a seller of books and music. The majestic interior of the nearly century-old building retains its original rounded balconies, ornate trimmings, frescoed ceiling, and a stage (now a café) with plush red curtains. Pictured:El Ateneo Grand Splendid, Buenos Aires.

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