Apps can make our life easier while abroad. Don’t speak Spanish? Just want to lie in bed while planning your night out in Buenos Aires? We have exactly what you were looking for!


Book your Hotel: Hotel Tonight App

Need a last minute hotel in Buenos Aires? Your flight has been delayed and you have nowhere to stay? Or you just love the thrill of spontaneous, unplanned holidays? On HotelTonight, your will find a short, well-presented selection of the best hotels in Buenos Aires with great photos and the possibility to book up to 7 days in advance.

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Book a Table: Restorando App

Restorando is the Argentinean equivalent of Open Table. Just book a table at your favorite restaurant in Buenos Aires in two clicks.

Restorando App


Find the Next Top Chef: Cook App

“Meet new people and eat homemade food” is the tagline of this app, which allows you to book a table at closed doors restaurants. Closed doors restaurants are thriving in Buenos Aires lately and very good chefs are now starting their career catering in their home for a reduced number of patrons.

For safety reasons, we advise you only book from well-rated and established users.

CookApp Buenos Aires


Order a cab: Safer Taxi & Easy Taxi Apps

Order your taxi in Buenos Aires in one click and pay by credit card. These two apps do basically the same job: after geolocalizing you, they’ll send the nearest cab to pick you up. No need to handle cash, you can pay the trip via the app, by credit card.

Safer Taxi App


Getting Around Buenos Aires: Moovit

If you prefer public transportation, try Moovit. They give you the quickest and most convenient route to your destination by using public transit, with maps, directions and step by step navigation.

Buenos Aires Apps



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If you arrive to Buenos Aires from outside Argentina, chances are you will land at Ezeiza Airport. It is located 30 km (19 miles) away from Buenos Aires city center.

To reach your hotel in Buenos Aires from Ezeiza Airport, you will have a variety of options, ranging from regular bus lines to a private transfer. Keep reading to learn more about the available options, travel times and costs.

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Buenos Aires benefits from a very nice weather all year round. As it is a city from the Southern Hemisphere, seasons are inverted compared to most parts of the globe: winter goes from June to September and summer from December to March. It makes it a great destination to escape from cold weather in the Northern Hemisphere.

Our favorite months to visit Buenos Aires are October, November, March and April. Here’s why.

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Puerto Madero

Here you will find all the directions of the places mentioned in our Honeymoon in Buenos Aires itinerary. Do not hesitate to leave us a comment if you need any help!

To see our full honeymoon in Buenos Aires itinerary:

Part One: Day One in Palermo and Day Two in Puerto Madero and San Telmo

Part Two: Day Three in Recoleta and Day Four in Microcentro

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Honeymoon in Buenos Aires

Second part of our Four-Day Honeymoon Itinerary. To see our recommendation for Day One and Day Two,click here.

For addresses and phone numbers of the places we mention in this article, see our address book.

Honeymoon in Buenos Aires – Day Three – Recoleta

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Honeymoon in Buenos Aires

Argentina is a great place to spend your honeymoon. It offers both a glamorous, vibrant capital city and some wonderful wild scenery that you won’t see anywhere else. If you are coming to Argentina on your honeymoon, you should definitely spend four or five days in Buenos Aires. The city offers plenty to explore, excellent restaurants and bars and a charming atmosphere. To give a feel of what your honeymoon in Buenos Aires could be, we have drawn a four-day program with things to see and places to eat. Enjoy!

For addresses and phone numbers of the places we mention in this article, see our address book.

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New Year’s Eve is a great opportunity to enjoy the incredible Buenos Aires night scene. The best clubs invited some guest DJs to take tourists and local through this last 2013 night. Argentineans sure know how to party so… be sure to take a nap before going out!

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Christmas in Buenos Aires

From Palo Santo Blog and Palo Santo Hotel, we wish you a wonderful Holiday Season and an excellent 2014. May this new year be filled with joy, health and, of course, great travels.

As for us, we are preparing for a very busy 2014. We will be opening in the next few months and hope to see you soon in Buenos Aires!

Happy Holiday!

Photo: Swarovski Christmas Tree in Galerías Pacifico Shopping Mall

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Things we love about Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a very endearing city. It has a unique charm and atmosphere that seduce most tourists. It is no wonder that many foreigners finally decide to stay longer or even move to Argentina Capital City. Are you asking yourself why life is so nice here? Here is a list of 5 things we love about Buenos Aires:

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There are incredible sceneries and street scenes in Argentina. In the following picture, the photograph managed to capture an magnificient view, a unique atmosphere. Plunge into the 1930s in Argentina. Discover the Bosques de Palermo as you’ll never see them again. Enjoy Salta or Patagonia’s great landscapes.

10 Amazing Black and White Photos of Argentina to start dreaming about your next trip to Argentina!

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