September, 2014 Monthly archive

Palo Santo Hotel is an icon of Buenos Aires green architecture. Over 800 plants grow on its façades, patios, rooftop and balconies. An impressive 18-meter high water fountain goes through the building, from the roof to the lobby.

Palo Santo is the first urban green hotel in Latin America. It was building to the LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) standards.

Para una versión en español de este artículo, por favor ver este post.

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This month in Buenos Aires, we have suggestions for foodies, art-lovers and movie fans. Lots of indoors activities to enjoy these last weeks before spring. Animation Movies Festival, Buenos Aires Food Week and two art exhibitions are our recommended activities for this month in Buenos Aires. Follow our lead!


Buenos Aires Animation Movies Festival: BAFICI Animado

BAFICI Animado

Good news for the animation movies fans: from September 25 to September 28, BAFICI Animado Festival will present local and international animated films productions. A sister to the most popular BAFICI (Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival), BAFICI Animado is a unique opportunity to see the best creations in the animation movies field. There will be films both for children and adults.

September 25 – September 28


Buenos Aires Food Week

Buenos Aires Food Week

During (surprisingly) a fortnight, Buenos Aires Food Week allows diners to discover a selection of high-end restaurants with prix-fixe menus. Over 40 restaurants participate in this season’s edition. Three-courses lunch menu is priced at AR$140 and dinner menu at AR$220, service and drinks not included. Among the participating restaurants, you will find some of the best Palermo restaurants: To (French-Japonese fusion), Francesco (Peruvian) and Green Bamboo (Vietnamese-Thai), to name some.

September 1st – September 14


Art Classics Exhibition at Fundación PROA

Lo Clasico - Fundación PROA

From September 6, Fundación PROA in La Boca will open a new exhibition called “Lo Clásico en el Arte” or “Art Classics”. The exhibition goes through the recurrent themes artists appeal to throughout time.

September 6 – November 2nd


El Ojo Extendido Exhibition at Fortabat Collection

Fortabat El Ojo Extendido

Until September 28, El Ojo Extendido exhibition investigates the influence of the subconscious on 20th century paintings. Works by Antonio Berni and Xul Solar, two outstanding Arngentinean painters, are on display, among others.

July 24 – September 28

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