If you’re in Buenos Aires or Montevideo, you’re almost compelled to visit the sister city. The cities are only about 2.5 hours apart and so easy to get to that it doesn’t make any sense to visit one and not the other. Getting from Buenos Aires to Montevideo is simple. You can take the direct … More How to get from Buenos Aires to Montevideo
Located across the street from the Retiro train station and attached to the Sheraton, this is a boutique hotel inside a hotel. While the Sheraton has a more modern feel to the lobby area, the Park Tower has a more regal/elegant feel. Although it has modern touches, the hotel itself feels more like a throwback … More Review: The Park Tower – Luxury Collection
Buenos Aires is a bustling city with so many different parts that it’s a little difficult to get your bearings straight at first. However, the city is well serviced by a subway system as well as a very extensive bus system that can get you around the city very quickly and efficiently. With that in … More 5 Things to Try/Do in Buenos Aires
The Sheraton is located about a 10 minute walk from the city center (Plaza San Martin). It’s a slightly dated hotel but the location is decent. Check in and Lobby The hotel from the outside looks like a modern hotel and it can’t be missed because it’s the tallest building around. You can take the … More Sheraton Cordoba Hotel – Review
This UNESCO site in the middle of downtown Cordoba is small but is totally worth the price of admission. Downtown Cordoba is a bustling city. It really has a young college vibe to it and when you’re walking around downtown, you’ll see a lot of young Argentinians going to school, work, or just enjoying some … More Manzana Jesuitica (Jesuit Block) – UNESCO Site
If you’re expecting to just purchase a ticket the night before or the day of departure for a domestic flight (I believe it only applies to domestic flights) you MUST purchase your ticket 24 hours before departure. If you’re like me, sometimes you plan ahead for a flight and sometimes you leave it to the … More Airfare in Argentina – Need to know!
You have the option of taking a taxi (of course) and if you’re going to do that, then this will be useless. However, if you’re not in a rush to get into town and want to save some money, the Aerobus is the way to go. First after exiting the baggage claim area, you’re obviously … More Helpful Guide on How to Get from Cordoba (Argentina) Airport to Downtown using Aerobus
This was my first trip to Argentina and instead of starting in Buenos Aires like most people would, I decided to start in Cordoba. I flew out of Tijuana airport because it was the fastest way to get to Mexico City. I was flying LAN from Mexico City to Cordoba and although LAN is notoriously … More Trip to Argentina and the Best Priority Pass Lounge