Walking through Buenos Aires, where echoes of a thousand radars pass through our bodies You are welcome in Argentina https://www.argentina.travel/#!/global/home?lang=en. Here you can ride with gauchos or see giant guinea pigs, drink world-beating wine, visit a deserted town or enter one of the world’s most beautiful bookshops. His culture (a mix of Spanish, Italian and indigenous heritage), inspires travelers from …Read More »
REFINED SONGWRITER WHO HANDLED THE SOUNDS – Gustavo Cerati: From legendary Soda Stereo, to a solo career
Growing up in an art rock mirror, in Buenos Aires Perhaps you too will want to discover some areas to listen to music in Buenos Aires. Here there are places to try the live music experience, spaces that offer shows with artists and bands. Around Piazza Almagro, you will find groups of percussions that are a classic among the bands …Read More »
BIG COUNTRY, WITH A LOT OF TALENTS – Travel into Argentine creativity, combination of many cultures, such its tango.
Do not forget: they only live with salt tastes; that is it. After our travel to Uruguay http://meetingbenches.com/2019/02/where-sound-of-candombe-is-integral-to-urban-landscapes-uruguayan-authors-travel-starting-punta-del -este-and-until-tacuarembo /, our basket of memories will be enriched with something new: a particularly original music selection, an art book by a painter who has made art history, a collection of poems, bombacha and alpargata, at least a minimalist dress by a …Read More »
The next green fashion talent. They are pushing forward dynamic concepts outside of industry hubs. Young creatives in Buenos Aires, continue to churn out impressive collections through the same progressive lenses as vanguard design darlings.Yes, Argentina have become a hotbed of radical fashion talent brands, including NOUS ETUDIONS (a vanguard design with South American soul), a trailblazer when it comes …Read More »
WHEN THE HORSES HAD FOUR FRAMES TO THE AIR – Florencio Molina Campos, the artist who claimed to have painted what he saw.
He painted because he liked to paint. Among best places to stay in Buenos Aires, we suggest Poetry Building https://poetrybuilding.com/, gorgeous studios and one-bedroom apartments. Each one is decorated with reproduction antique furniture. Some apartments have a private outdoor balcony or patio (but there is also a beautiful common terrace with soaking pool). Best of all is the rooftop vegetable …Read More »
You can spend the day sightseeing Portofino, a lush seaside village famous for its picturesque harbour and many artistic visitors. The “Piazzetta,” meeting-up point for the international jet-set, is the symbol of town, while the port, with its characteristic, brightly-colored houses, is the icon of this borgo’s maritime traditions, whose inhabitants were called delfini (“dolphins”). Don’t miss to climb the …Read More »