Buenos Aires has always been an open-door city. Its inhabitants are called “Porteños”, which makes reference to the fact that the city is a port. The inhabitants of the province of Buenos Aires are called “Bonaerenses”. The climate of Buenos Aires is mild all year around. The mean annual temperature is 18º C (64.4º F), making […]Read more "Interesting facts about Buenos Aires"
If you love history, San Telmo is one of the oldest and most traditional neighborhoods in the city, called originally Altos de San Pedro, and then San Pedro Telmo, it has the particularity of having a quite important historical conservation and a deep connection with Tango music. This neighborhood, that was one of the most […]Read more "San Telmo Neighborhood – Facts & History"
Buenos Aires it’s a big city and don’t know where to start? Here you have 10 top places you must see! 1.Visit Plaza de Mayo – The Plaza De Mayo is the centrepiece and symbolic heart of Buenos Aires. This public square is situated in front of the Casa Rosada, or “Pink House”, the official seat of the […]Read more "10 Must see Places in Buenos Aires"
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is the second-largest capital city in South America and has more than 4 million people. It is famous for tango, fashion, steak, history and friendly people. They say that arriving in Buenos Aires is like jumping onto a moving train. The vibe throughout the entire city is one of energy and […]Read more "The Advantages of studying in Argentina"
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