Buenos Aires was founded next to the river as a city port to export and import different goods. Commerce is still very important and the port is the connection with other civilizations. As we have seen in the last post, nowadays the river works also as a distraction and a place of disconnection for the citizens of Buenos Aires.
We were used to pay tickets with coins because the ticket used to cost less than $1 (argentine peso), but nowadays coins are useless because of the devaluation, the government decided to install a new system to pay transportation in the city. This is when the SUBE card was invented, a card to pay buses, subways, trains and even highway tolls.
Since beer was created, it was extended to different countries and cultures. In every country of the world we will find popular beers and also local craft ones. Argentina is not the exception, this is why we are going to show you some places to enjoy craft beer.
We all have been tourist at least once in a lifetime, and when we arrive to a different country, city or just the town next to our home town, we will find different living styles. Off course that the more distance we travel the more differences we are going to find in culture and traditions.
Buenos Aires was founded as a city port back in 1580 by Juan de Garay. The port of the city was an important icon in the economy of the country, but a lot of local ecologists agree that Buenos Aires was built giving the back to the river.
There are moments in life when people start to recall things about the past, activities with the families, toys, furniture, etc. A tiny old thing could make us remember enormous and emotive times. This is why we are going to invite you to visit Mercado de Pulgas (Flea Market).
Comics make people laugh and build culture. Cartoons also reflect the personality of the population. This is why we are going to share with you a free tour to discover the most popular cartoons in Argentina.
A big percentage of the tourists that arrive to Buenos Aires, and come to our free tours, ask us about Tango. We showed you before in this post a few places where you can go to see locals dancing tango and also learn a few steps. Now we are going to share with you the Tango neighborhood.
We told you before that Palermo is the biggest district of Buenos Aires and that’s why we are writing a few posts dedicated to this important neighborhood of the city. In this article we are going to design a new walk through Palermo under the section free tours to do on your own.