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In Buenos Aires, Argentina graffiti and street art are not a clandestine activities, but a celebrated art form that turns talented artists into celebrities
A list of 10 tombs to visit in Recoleta Cemetery, the last stop for Argentina’s most celebrated (and controversial) presidents, intellectuals, and entertainers.
Fabulous architecture made out of materials like books, bottles, Lego, shipping containers, and gingerbread, some at a small scale and others at a livable scale.
La Boca, a barrio on the edge of downtown Buenos Aires, is frequented by visitors (typically tourists) eager for a glimpse into the local culture despite its impoverished surroundings.
Do like the Buenos Aires locals, the porteà±os, and exalt in springtime by relaxing in the city's parks and plazas.
This summer, our managing editor traveled south to Buenos Aires for the winter to escape the New York City heat. Top of the "to visit" list is a place that will remain an all time favorite travel destination: El Ateneo.
Planned during Argentina's military government, Parque de la Ciudad was opened and closed to the public several times. Today it's one of the world's many abandoned amusement parks and only partially open to the public.
A graffiti tour of Buenos Aires with the organization Graffiti Mundo.