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Among the many changes that the giant 2002 devaluation brought to Argentina was a sudden switch in the country’s relationship to tourism.

During the 1990s, with a strong peso legally tied to the value of one US dollar, the stories …

After a series of severe devaluations of the peso, tourism could be turning into a new huge opportunity for Argentina, as the country once again offers very accessible products and services for the international market. But the way is not …

“So why do you… still live here?”

After a solid 13 years in Argentina, this is a question I often find myself faced with. Well-meaning strangers will sometimes blurt it out, almost without realizing, upon learning that I wasn’t

If there’s something we love at The Bubble, it’s superlative rankings where Argentina takes the No. 1 spot. We just can’t get enough! Deal with it. Which is why it tickled us pink last week to read that Mendoza’s …

Honestly, I don’t even know how to introduce this story to you guys. Sometimes, Argentina does the most bizarre things that end up being way more hilarious (or weird) than initially intended. Most often, it works out for the best, …

One of the best things of Buenos Aires is just how many stuff there is to see in any given week. Take this week, for example. In the upcoming days there will be at least two new top-notch exhibits opening: …

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.

Picture this. It’s 6 PM on a Wednesday afternoon and you’ve just gotten out of work. Your half-hour walk home leaves sweaty and agitated as you pass people on the street. The dogs won’t stop barking, car horns won’t stop …

It seems in Buenos Aires we have a competition for just about everything, the best milanesa, heladería, parrilla, coffee, hamburger… the list goes on. It was only a matter of time before somebody decided it was necessary …

Nestled deep in the jungle of Misiones, in Argentina’s northeastern corner – the country’s most biodiverse province – lies an oasis of calm, of unparalleled luxury, a place where the superlative Iguazú Falls are not the centerpiece but more of