Monthly Archives: July 2014

Daniel Baremboim and Martha Argerich Buenos Aires

Things to Do in Buenos Aires in August: Daniel Baremboim, Tango Festival and more

The cultural agenda this month features some very interesting activities. The highlight is the coming of great Argentinean pianist and conductor Daniel Baremboim, who will be performing at Teatro Colón. August is also the month of the Tango International Festival: 10 days of dancing competitions, talks and tango classes. Buenos Aires Cultural Agenda – August 2014 Daniel Baremboim and Marta… Read more →

Buenos Aires chocolate con churros

Argentinean Winter Treats: Where To Have A Good Hot Chocolate And Churros In Buenos Aires?

From a culinary point of view, having both Spanish and Italian ancestors is a great asset: hot chocolate in Buenos Aires is delicious. During winter months – June, July and August -, the traditional combo hot chocolate and churros (chocolate con churros) is a must. The warm, crispy batons combine perfectly with the tick and creamy beverage. Delicious. We have… Read more →

Palermo Terrace Buenos Aires

A perfect day in Buenos Aires: Our Experts Guide to Palermo

If you are planning a trip to Buenos Aires you have certainly heard about Palermo. Over the years, Palermo, in particular the areas called Palermo Hollywood and Palermo Soho have become the most sought-after neighborhood in the city. During your stay here, you MUST spend at least a day in Palermo. At Palo Santo Hotel, we are Palermo experts! Most… Read more →

Art Nouveau Building Buenos AIres

Buenos Aires, Latin American Capital of Art Nouveau

Back at the end of the 19th century and during the first decades of the 20th century, Buenos Aires was one of the most important and wealthiest capital cities in the world. It is a common grandmother tale in porteña’s families that when children wouldn’t eat, they were told to “think about people starving in Europe” and finish their plate.… Read more →