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Think of it like the Olympics of food – or something. Last night, the ceremony to reveal Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants took place right here in Buenos Aires at the Usina del Arte located in La Boca. While there …

It feels like it’s been a while – OK, maybe just a couple of weeks – since something or someone from Argentina made it to a prestigious global ranking. Which is why we’re thrilled to announce that La Fuerza, …

Should this country’s new slogan be: Argentina, land of superlatives? Between being home to best pizzeria in South America, the number one city in Latin America for students, land of a teen Fortnite champion, and the city where …

We’ve all been there. Recording a WhatsApp voice note in the middle of a crowded street or listening to one on the Subte, con headphones, por supuesto (we’re not animals). Whether you’re sending GIFs to your co-workers, long paragraphs to …

Buenos Aires has truly been on a winning streak. From last week’s announcement that we house the best comic book store in the world, to today’s reveal that Palermo holds the best pizza place in South America, there must …

Argentina is full of superlatives. We’re the land of Maradona, of Messi, of Máxima, of Mauro Colagreco, of the Pope, of the world’s best vineyard, and so much more. And since it seems that the trend of ranking …

October promises to be a very busy month in Argentina, and not just because of the impending presidential elections taking place on the 27th. The seventh installment of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants will be announced on October 10th right …

After stealing Brazil’s position as top destination for tourists in South America, Argentina is at it again – with Buenos Aires being awarded the superlative of most liveable city in Latin America, according to The Economist’s Global Liveability Index

As everyone in Argentina (and on the Internet) knows by now, a farmer and some paleontologists in the Chubut province unearthed the largest dinosaur remains ever discovered last week. Apparently, the behemoth, aptly named ‘Titanosaurus,’ weighed 77 tons, or 14 …