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Here at The Bubble we love all of Buenos Aires’ classic tourist neighborhoods, like San Telmo, Recoleta and the many Palermos, but there is so much more to see around the city apart from these iconic barrios.

Buenos Aires has a lot to offer. From its stunning architecture to its bustling arts and culture scene, there’s a plethora of reasons to love this city. But once you’ve set up camp in the city for a while and

I’m going to say something you probably already know: Argentines are fanatical about almost everything. Soccer is the obvious example, but you can also add Peruvian food to that list thanks to the recent trend of the past few years.

Sure, BAFICI has a music section. And yes, Buenos Aires once hosted a couple of editions of the internationally renowned Barcelona born IN-EDIT festival back in 2009 and 2010. But how the hell is it that this city, with all …

Though Buenos Aires has been relatively slow on the uptake – to put it mildly – regarding the quality, quantity, and authenticity of international cuisine available within its city limits, one country has managed to stake out a nice little

Something happens as you approach the middle of the city. Entering the barrios of Abasto or Once, one starts to notice the increasing abundance of wide brimmed black felt hats and unique approaches to facial hair maintenance. No, this isn’t …

A huge police operative was under way yesterday afternoon after a woman called 911 to say she ran into the al Qaeda terrorists that were thinking of blowing up the Abasto and/or Unicenter malls this past weekend. Only problem is …

The Unicenter mall in Martínez and Abasto center in Once are on alert for a potential terrorist attack this weekend after a letter warning of an alleged threat from Ansar Dine, a terrorist group from Mali affiliated with Al Qaeda, …

Aren’t you tired and frustrated of visiting the mall only to get depressed about how ridiculously expensive clothes are?

Want a t-shirt? 600 pesos.

A pair of jeans? 1000 pesos. Deal with it.

Surely many times we’ve wondered how it …