The enviable cosmopolitan lifestyle of Buenos Aires City wins over any who visit

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You may see them in Paris, London, New York, Milan or any other metropolis. Forever comparing with a mythical South American capital, they gesticulate in a strangely accented Spanish: “we have (do/get) that in Buenos Aires!” They are the porteños (port dwellers), and you can´t call them boisterous: Buenos Aires is all those cities and then some. Founded in 1580, the city received migrant waves from countries as diverse as Spain, Italy, England, the USA, China, Korea, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay,…

Boating, Golf and Polo: living the dream in Buenos Aires

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Boating, Golf, and Polo: living the dream in Buenos Aires In the River Plate edge of the great Pampas, Buenos Aires allows polo, golf, yachting, and motor boating enthusiasts to literally live steps from their playgrounds. Numerous modern megalopolis dwellers move into central areas to reduce commute times to their workplaces. Come their free time, they recur to ingenious exercises: urban bicycle lanes, rooftop running trails, indoor gyms, skating rings, or simply walking the cat around the block. Yet many…

Expats are Snubbing London, Paris and Hong Kong. Buenos Aires now in the top 10 of the new favourites and number one in South America

London, Paris, and Rome are famed for their history, culture, and commerce. Now, they share something else in common: Expats don’t like them.  The three European capitals attracted some of the lowest rankings in a global survey of more than 15,000 people representing 173 nationalities. Concerns about health care, safety, work-life balance, and the affordability of housing weighed on their scores in research conducted by InterNations, a Munich-based expat network with around 4 million members. “Expats…

Buenos Aires has become one of the most admired cities in the world

Buenos Aires has become one of the most admired cities in the world due to its ability to reinvent its streets and public transportation. In 2014, Buenos Aires won the Sustainable Transport Award for giving Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest avenue in the world, a transport and pedestrian makeover. Four years later, how are these interventions for improving the quality of life in Buenos Aires? The implementation of transit on Avenida 9 de Julio translated into shorter trips for those who used public transport because…

Buenos Aires ranked the best city in Latin America to live, according to “The Economist”

For the fourth consecutive year, Buenos Aires led the ranking of the Economist magazine as the best city in Latin America to live. it was 61 ° between 140 cities around the world, above Santiago de Chile and San Juan de Puerto Rico. number 1 was Vienna, the Austrian capital, which dethroned the Australian Melbourne. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s “Global Liveability Index”, which has been in place for eight years, assigns a score in the dimensions: stability; culture and environment; education;…

Great Buenos Aires Spots for Retirees

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Buenos Aires San Telmo, Recoleta and Retiro are the three great Buenos Aires spots for retirees. These are areas of the city which are comparatively safe environments. All this, and enjoying the pleasant temperate climate of Buenos Aires, attracts many retirees from around the world: those who enjoy a very good climate and living in a city that offers a different activity for each day of the year. Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and is known as the “Paris of South America”. Argentina has…
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