Buenos Aires is arranged in blocks, so it’s easy to get around if you know the essentials. The city has a large and ever-expanding public transport network, and almost 40,000 licensed taxis (that’s 3 times ...
Buenos Aires is a hub of creativity and you'll find everything from unique souvenirs to top design.
A guide to where to buy traditional, contemporary and indigenous Argentine crafts in Buenos Aires.
Where to buy handicrafts in Palermo
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Opened in 1876, the Hipódromo de Palermo was the city's first venue for horse racing
The city's first horse racing venue opened in 1876.
From Japanese princes to Little Red Riding Hood.
Big and small, but all overflowing with charm.
Palermo is Buenos Aires' largest neighbourhood. You can enjoy many outdoor activities in its parks, or simply rest under a tree ...