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There are many things about Argentina that can be puzzling to a foreigner. Why is this Uber driver telling me to sit in the front and refer to him as primo? Why are these old men shirtless when they’re …

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.

As of this coming Thursday, it is officially fall in Buenos Aires, and if the moody rainclouds of late are anything to go by, the weather is certainly committing to it. The pool party and asado invites are slowly trickling …

Full disclosure: I really wish this guide existed when I first arrived in Argentina. This one is for those who truly wish to immerse themselves within Argentine culture and experience all aspects of living in Buenos Aires (not just hitting

Too often, the thing you want the most you can’t have. This feeling became all too familiar with my conflicting love for pizza and living in Buenos Aires. The city that hosts some of the most obscure pizza styles in …

There are several rites of passage in Argentina. The first choripán. The first sip of Fernet. The first puteada you receive for ignoring a red light. You could very well make one of those cute baby albums with a …

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few years, you will have seen the cycle lanes scattered throughout Buenos Aires and most likely you’ve even used them to get from A to B.

If you aren’t …

“I’m just a rabbit who seldom leaves the house,” says Pepe Bigotes, the voice behind Amo Villa Crespo‘s frank and funny editorial. It’s a good thing then that the publication’s founder and editor-in-chief Agustina Stegmayer knows Villa Crespo like …

Palermo.

That magical candy land that draws locals and foreigners alike. A hipster sanctuary and the ultimate point of convergence for philosophers and Rastafarians. Like Lesotho, it’s a kingdom within a nation. And it remains unfazed by the great afflictions …

Let’s talk cinema clubs. A term that perhaps evokes an image of dense intellectuals huffing over hard-to-get movies by crackers European film directors and paying a monthly subscription fee (like Netflix…) But here, sh*t ain’t like that as Ice-T …