Culture & Lifestyle – Daytours4u http://www.daytours4u.com/en Tours, activities and travel tips in South America Tue, 18 Sep 2018 19:30:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.8 96832869 Argentinian Malbec: all you need to know before your trip http://www.daytours4u.com/en/daytours4u/argentinian-malbec/ Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:00:16 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=11350 On April the 17th, 1830, the Malbec grapes were brought to Argentina from France. That initiative was such a success that nowadays Argentina is the biggest Malbec producer in the world and Argentinian Malbec is recognized around the world. This is why on April the 17th everyone celebrates Malbec World Day. Travelling to Argentina without tasting [...]

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On April the 17th, 1830, the Malbec grapes were brought to Argentina from France. That initiative was such a success that nowadays Argentina is the biggest Malbec producer in the world and Argentinian Malbec is recognized around the world. This is why on April the 17th everyone celebrates Malbec World Day.

Travelling to Argentina without tasting this renowned wine is as unacceptable as not eating a good old asado or not going to a tango show. This article will allow you to fully take advantage of your experience in Argentina and will let you know all you need to about Malbec.

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The geography of Mendoza is ideal for Malbec / Picture by Daytours4u


Where do they produce the Argentinian Malbec?

The main viticultural region of Argentina is Mendoza – Maipú, the Uco Valley and Luján de Cuyo form the Mendoza Wine Route. However, you can also find these grapes in La Rioja, Patagonia, Salta and San Juan. The Pyros Barrel Selected Malbec 2014 was produced in San Juan – it was chosen as the best wine produced outside of European vineyards at the Japan Wine Challenge 2016.

Joaquín Alberdi, wine expert and owner of a wine cellar named after himself explains that “Malbec is the only continental wine in the world, since it is produced without any maritime influence”. That particularity, says Alberdi, is why the Argentinian Malbec became a symbol of the country and why every tourist travelling to Argentina “should try Malbec from different regions to experiment the difference in flavours and textures as the altitude changes”.

How is the Argentinian Malbec?

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Grapefruits used in the preparation of an Argentinian Malbec of the Bodega Domingo Molina / Source


Malbec is a dark and intense wine. Its aromas will leave a delicious taste of cherry, strawberry, plum, raisin and even maybe red pepper in your mouth. Besides, this sweet, hot and soft wine will overwhelm your palate with flavours. If the wine has aged in oak barrels, you will also notice coffee, chocolate, and vanilla notes.

The ideal plates to uncork a good Argentinian Malbec are red meat, hard cheese or pasta with tomato sauce.

Recommended Argentinian Malbec wine cellars

“Nowadays, all the Malbec of Argentina are of the highest quality”, declares Joaquín Alberdi. Therefore, making a list of the best cellars is a complicated task. However, you can find below four interesting options to suit all tastes and budgets.

1. Bodega Domingo Molina

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Different kinds of wine from the Bodega Domingo Molina / Source


This is a family cellar, located in North Yacochuy – the Calchaquí Valley, Salta province. The experienced Osvaldo brothers, Gabriel and Rafael Domingo run it. Since the cellar is 2 kilometers below sea level, at the foothills of the Andes, they can produce an unique Malbec.

What to bring home: Finca Domingo Malbec (About $225 Argentine pesos)

2. Bodega Viña 1924

Malbec de Ángeles of the Bodega Viña 1924 / Source


This cellar is located in the Vistalba Valley in Mendoza. This is one of the oldest vineyards in the area. The grapes grow between the Uco Valley and Luján de Cuyo, a pretty good location since it is 980 meters above sea level. Their wines are rather fruity and complex and if the consumer pays close attention, they will notice a taste of vanilla or cinnamon.

What to bring home: Malbec de Ángeles (About $385 Argentine pesos)

3. Bodega Altocedro:

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Altocedro and its great range of wines


The artisanal wines of this cellar are produced in La Consulta, a viticultural region of Mendoza. This is a unique location for grape production thanks to its altitude, sun exposure, average temperature and also the water from the natural springs, ideal for irrigation of the grapes. In 2001, the first Altocedra wine range was produced and since then it has become increasingly well-known not only in Argentina but across the globe as well.

What to bring home: Altocedro Reserva Malbec (about $700 Argentina pesos)

4. Bodega Matervini:

Matervini was born out of the hard work of Santiago Achával and Roberto Cipresso. “A great question made us create this wine in 2008: “what comes after Malbec?”. Our answer then was: “More Malbec, from other places and with a different personality!”, state the entrepreneurs. Their wines are from the Uco Valley, Las Heras, Cafayate and Luján de Cuyo.

What to bring home: Alteza (about $1200 Argentine peso)

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Matervini wine is one of the most popular wines of Argentina / Source


 Where to do wine tasting in Argentina?

If you want to bring a souvenir from Argentina, Malbec definitely is a great choice. Enjoy your trip to Argentina and taste a whole range of wines with a professional oenologist so that you can put one of your favourite bottles of Malbec in your suitcase.

If you travel to Mendoza, the viticultural region par excellence, be sure to book the Malbec Wine Experience Tour and visit three extraordinary cellars. You can also discover the main areas of the Mendoza Wine Route. In Salta, you cannot miss the High Altitude Wine Tour in Cafayate – the specialty there is the torrontés, a unique grape variety. If you only stay in Buenos Aires, do not worry! You can go to the Joaquín Alberdi Wine Tasting for a most complete wine tasting experience.

Discover all you can about the Argentinian traditions and live an authentic South American experience. Be sure to include Malbec and tango in your travel itinerary. If you want to know what are the other activities you cannot miss during your trip to Argentina, contact the expert team at  Argentina4u and Bsas4u to clarify any doubt you may have.

 

By Keilma Rojas, Venezuelan journalist specialised in culture and actuality. Writer in Spanish for Daytours4u / Translated to English by: Grégory Noël

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South American Rhythms: Everything you need to know about music in Argentina http://www.daytours4u.com/en/argentina4u/south-american-rhythms-music-in-argentina/ Thu, 12 Apr 2018 11:00:11 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=12237 The cultural diversity in Argentina is one of the most interesting aspects of this South American country. Buenos Aires, its capital, is a city full of museums, theaters, and festivals of all kinds and even hosts open-air exhibitions with the most diverse artistic expressions. Music in Argentina is probably the best example of this diversity [...]

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The cultural diversity in Argentina is one of the most interesting aspects of this South American country. Buenos Aires, its capital, is a city full of museums, theaters, and festivals of all kinds and even hosts open-air exhibitions with the most diverse artistic expressions. Music in Argentina is probably the best example of this diversity and in our article we cover the southern rhythms that every traveler must experience to fully enjoy the charm of this vast country.

The Tango is the most well-known musical rhythm of Argentina

National rock

In the mid-1950s, American rock began to penetrate the minds of young Argentine musicians. Some groups started making covers of songs from international bands, but in the 1960s the “national rock” was born, with its own lyrics and styles, which had an enormous influence on the rest of the Latin American youth. Since then, dozens of groups and names have emerged such as Luis Alberto Spinetta, Charly Garcia, Fito Páez, Pedro Aznar, Patricio Rey and his Redonditos de Ricota, and Gustavo Cerati with Soda Stereo, one of the most important groups in Argentina and Latin America.

Rock music runs through the veins of Argentina, the only country that developed a national rock culture in the region and that gained popularity in the 1980s. So make the most your trip and have your senses ready to enjoy this musical rhythm. In Buenos Aires, there are dozens of bars that pay homage to national rock, among them Rodney Bar (Rodney 400 y Jorge Newbery, Chacarita neighborhood), Mitos Argentinos (Humberto Primo 489, San Telmo neighborhood), El Emergente (it has two venues: Acuña Figueroa 1030, in Almagro, and Gallo 333, in Abasto), Makena Cantina Club (Fitz Roy 1519, Palermo) and Niceto Club (it has two venues: Niceto Vega 5510 y Humboldt 1358, in Palermo).


Argentine Tango

It’s impossible to bring up tango and not think of Argentina. The sound of the bandoneon and the spectacle that results from this dance characterized by its seductive movements are irresistable. The tango comes from multiple musical rhythms that began in the Río de la Plata and merged with the music of native people. There is a bit of influence from Spain, Italy, the Middle East and Africa, so it’s the best demonstration of the importance of immigration to Argentina.

Born in the 19th century, it’s become the favorite dance in the most popular neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and Montevideo. It was declared as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco and is one of the cultural activities in Argentina that no traveler should miss. There are outdoor tango shows in Buenos Aires tourist areas such as Florida Street and Dorrego Square in San Telmo. The tango shows in the famous and traditional tango houses in the city offer an unparalleled experience and there are options to suit all preferences and budgets.

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Cumbia

Cumbia was already around in the 1970s but at the end of the 20th century, in the midst of the economic crisis in South America, the famous cumbia villera was born, a side of this musical rhythm starring musicians from the poorest sectors of Buenos Aires society. Their songs spoke of the violence and the precariousness experienced in the towns of Buenos Aires at the end of 1990 until about 2010. Nowadays, cumbia is listened and danced to in all sectors of society and its lyrics have also diversified.

Nightclubs in Buenos Aires have their moment of Argentine cumbia; you can not lose this!

Folklore

The main musical rhythms of Argentine folklore were born in the countryside and came into the big cities during the 30’s and 40’s. By 1950 it had become the most popular musical genre for Argentines along with tango. Among the most important genres are chacarera, payada, the milonga campera, malambo, the murga porteña, chamamé and zamba.

The City of Buenos Aires hosts multiple cultural spaces where you can dance to all these rhythms and every Saturday and Sunday there are dance performances in fairs and parks. The San Telmo and Mataderos Markets on Sundays offer a very authentic gaucho show, and those who prefer something more lively can take a Buenos Aires Milongas Tour and enjoy the show with professional dancers.

Travel tip: The estancias located in the outskirts of Buenos Aires also have a space dedicated to Argentine folklore, so it’s an excellent option for spending a day in the country and discovering the most outstanding aspects of Argentine culture.

Contact our team of Bsas4u experts and request a customized folklore tour

The San Telmo and Mataderos Markets on Sundays offer a very authentic gaucho show

Argentine music is inexhaustible and apart from these rhythms that are part of its cultural essence, the country has wide and varied options for concerts and festivals. Lovers of classical music can’t miss the shows at the Teatro Colón, both those that take place in its auditoriums and those that are organized outdoors in the plaza that faces the theater.

Jazz fans should note the week of November 14 to 19, 2018 in their calendars; the days of the International Jazz Festival in Buenos Aires. Throughout the year you can also enjoy live shows at several jazz clubs such as: Notorious (Av. Callao 966, near the Microcentro), Virasoro (Guatemala 4328, Palermo) or Thelonious (Nicaragua 5549, Palermo).

Another noteworthy event is the Emerging City Festival, which this year will be held from September 19 to 23, 2018, where music, film, art, fashion, comedy, poetry, dance and street art bring the Recoleta Cultural Center to life. Schedule your festivals and live the best travel experiences in Buenos Aires and every province of Argentina.

By: Keilma Rojas, Web Content Editor at Daytours4u

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The most authentic tango shows in Buenos Aires http://www.daytours4u.com/en/bsas4u/the-most-authentic-tango-shows-buenos-aires/ Mon, 26 Mar 2018 12:00:21 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=12193 To think of Argentina is to think about tango … and vice versa. Despite the large number of places and attractions that make this South American nation one of the favorite destinations for tourists of the world, tango is its most prominent artistic emblem and the city of Buenos Aires has been responsible for preserving [...]

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To think of Argentina is to think about tango … and vice versa. Despite the large number of places and attractions that make this South American nation one of the favorite destinations for tourists of the world, tango is its most prominent artistic emblem and the city of Buenos Aires has been responsible for preserving this legacy through its charming tango houses. This article describes the most authentic tango shows in the Argentine capital, which preserve the tradition of this popular dance from the Río de la Plata.


1. EL VIEJO ALMACÉN

El Viejo Almacén is one of the oldest tango houses in Buenos Aires

It’s one of the oldest tango houses in Buenos Aires. Since 1969, it has offered a show that highlights the traditional aspects of tango, mixing live music, passionate choreography, prodigious singers and even a space for Argentine folklore. El Viejo Almacén is located in the traditional neighborhood of San Telmo and its building was declared a Site of Cultural Interest in Buenos Aires in 1982. The tango show El Viejo Almacén can be reserved with dinner, ideal for those who want to enjoy an authentic night in Buenos Aires.

Hours: Monday to Sunday, dinner starts at 8:30 p.m., and the tango show at 10:00 p.m.
Price: USD 74 per person (with dinner included)

Reserve the tango show at El Viejo Almacén online


2. ESQUINA HOMERO MANZI

Esquina Homero Manzi offers a magical show that highlights the song about dance

This tango house in Buenos Aires is located in the Bohemian neighborhood of Boedo and its name pays homage to one of the most important tango poets and writers who resided in the Argentine capital during the 20th century: Homero Manzi. During an hour and a half attendees will enjoy a magical show that highlights the song about dance and apart from many foreigners, you will also find porteños in attendance who add to authenticity to the show as an act of nostalgia for the golden age of tango. If you wish, you can also add an optional dinner to this tango experience at Esquina Homero Manzi.

Hours: Monday to Sunday, dinner starts at 9:00 p.m., and the tango show at 10:00 p.m.
Price: USD 79 per person (with dinner included)

Reserve the tango show at Esquina Homero Manzi online


3. LA VENTANA

32 artists on stage provide an unforgettable show at La Ventana

The tango show at La Ventana is composed of 32 artists on stage: two orchestras, dancers, singers and a folklore group. The show is one of the most authentic in the city, but it’s the building that makes this show an unforgettable experience. It’s a house that at the time of its creation served as a conventillo, that is, as a collective urban dwelling where foreigner immigrants who arrived by boat to Buenos Aires used to live. It opened its doors as a tango house in 1982 and since then it has been one of the most emblematic in the San Telmo neighborhood. Travelers who wish can book the tango show with dinner.

Hours: Monday to Sunday, dinner starts at 8:30 p.m., and the tango show at 10:00 p.m.
Price: USD 99 per person (with dinner included)

Reserve the tango show at La Ventana online


4. EL QUERANDÍ

El Querandí is a “living testimony of the citizen’s memory” and cultural heritage of Buenos Aires

El Querandí’s tango house was declared a “living testimony of the citizen’s memory” and cultural heritage of Buenos Aires. The spectacle that is enjoyed in its historical building from 1920 tells the history of tango from its beginnings to the 21st century. The tango experience that is enjoyed in this venue is truly captivating because, in addition to the choreography and costumes, the house generates an atmosphere from the past with its art deco façade, the checkered floor and the wooden details throughout. Like the previous tango shows, El Querandí can be booked with the dinner service and there is an additional cost if you wish to add a wine tasting.

Hours: Monday to Sunday, dinner starts at 8:30 p.m., and the tango show at 10:00 p.m.
Price: USD 99 per person (with dinner included)

Reserve the tango show at El Querandí online


Treat yourself to an authentic cultural experience in Buenos Aires and return home with the satisfaction of having witnessed in first person one of the most indigenous shows in Argentina, recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Discover the African and European influence that surrounds this popular musical rhythm and let yourself be taken away by the sublime chords of the bandoneon. Book your tours and activities online in Buenos Aires with Bsas4u.

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Bsas4u Review: Political Tour in Buenos Aires http://www.daytours4u.com/en/bsas4u/review-political-tour-in-buenos-aires/ Thu, 22 Mar 2018 12:00:17 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=12187 The Political Tour: Traces of Buenos Aires is a cultural experience that stands out among the classic city tours of the Argentine capital, since it shows emblematic places and nooks that are truly hidden from the downtown of Buenos Aires and resignifies them in their historical context. The Argentine society is so politically active that [...]

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The Political Tour: Traces of Buenos Aires is a cultural experience that stands out among the classic city tours of the Argentine capital, since it shows emblematic places and nooks that are truly hidden from the downtown of Buenos Aires and resignifies them in their historical context. The Argentine society is so politically active that you can’t miss this tour specially designed to discover the nuances of this interesting and complex country.

The Political Tour in Buenos Aires explores the city from another perspective / Photo: Daytours4u

This guided walking tour took place on a Wednesday and started at 11:00 a.m., not a minute late nor a minute early. The punctuality of our guide and the group of tourists that took the tour were essential to take advantage of every second of the tour and move forward through the microcentro at a steady pace. The first place we visited was the Church of San Ignacio, the oldest in the city built between 1686 and 1722. Here, our guide explained the importance of Catholicism in the country and its role during the colonial era.

We then walked to the monument dedicated to General Julio Argentino Roca, the place where we were able to realize why it is a political tour and not a historical one, because rather than narrating the facts, our guide presented us with at least two versions of the opinion that the Argentines have about Roca: was he a hero or a genocide? This opportunity to reflect and even debate was made possible during the entire trip, especially regarding sensitive issues such as the last Argentine dictatorship that took place between 1976 and 1983.

The guided tour also includes inside information about Buenos Aires architecture

We also visited the Metropolitan Cathedral of Buenos Aires; not for religious reasons, but rather for historical ones, since the Mausoleum of José de San Martín -one of the liberators of America-is there. We also discovered the most important events in the Plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada (seat of the Executive Power of the Argentine Republic), as well as the succession of multiple presidents in just 11 days during the year 2001.

We had room to learn a bit about the charming and varied architecture of downtown Buenos Aires and even entered a secret garden, known by very few locals, which is located inside a convent on Reconquista Street. A true oasis in the middle of Buenos Aires euphoric everyday life! We also had the opportunity to talk about Maria Eva Duarte de Perón and our guide did his best so that at the end of the tour we would remember Evita for what she meant for Argentina and not for the musical starring Madonna.

Our tour ended at the popular Plaza Dorrego in San Telmo where we were lucky enough to see the talented artists from the area performing their musical presentations. This excursion was undoubtedly an excellent opportunity to discover the complexity of Buenos Aires and as we are just a few days away from commemorating the Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice for the missing people from the last military dictatorship (March 24) it seems appropriate to offer this tour as an enlightening and unique experience.

The tour, ideal to discover the complexity of Buenos Aires, ended at the Plaza Dorrego in San Telmo / Photo: Daytours4u

Details about the Political Tour in Buenos Aires

– Includes bilingual guide and private walking tour.

– Days and hours: Monday at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 11:00 a.m.

– Length: 4 hours approximately.

– Price: USD 15

Book online the Political Tour: Traces of Buenos Aires

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Where to Party for New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires http://www.daytours4u.com/en/bsas4u/new-years-eve-in-buenos-aires/ Thu, 23 Nov 2017 12:00:15 +0000 http://bsas4u.com/blog/en/?p=3591 If you’re going to be celebrating New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires, check out our top picks of where to find the best parties.

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Buenos Aires is renowned for being one of the world’s best cities for nightlife entertainment thanks to its huge array of clubs, bars, and parties that last until way after the sun has come up. However, New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires is surprisingly quiet, considering the city’s reputation. This is partly because a large portion of porteños leave the city during this period to take their holidays on the coast, and partly because people tend to celebrate with their families, only going out well after the countdown to midnight. However, there are still good New Year’s Eve Parties in Buenos Aires to be found.

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NEW YEAR’S EVE TANGO SHOWS

One of the most spectacular ways of ushering in the new year is with a New Year’s Eve Tango Show. The tango houses of Buenos Aires put on a very special performance on this night, and besides the tango spectacle, the show includes a decadent three course dinner on top of appetisers and petit fours, an open bar, a champagne toast at midnight, and much more.

At the end of the show, the tango house turns into a party, with a DJ, and you can stay at the venue and party until the wee hours. An added advantage to making this your NYE plan, is that it includes transfers to and from the venue. Choose between some of the city’s top tango houses offering a broad range of authentic, modern and exclusive shows and parties.

1-1Rojo Tango always puts on a very special New Year’s Eve show

Book here Christmas and New Year’s Eve Tango Shows in Buenos Aires


EXCLUSIVE HOTEL PARTIES

Another extravagant option is one of the parties hosted by the city’s top hotels. If you’re looking for a Western style celebration and want a stylish evening, then this is a good option for you. The Alvear Palace hotel is hosting a gala night that promises to be a dazzling affair. The last night of the year will start with an exquisite menu of 7 steps, accompanied by recognized labels of Argentine wines, and will close on the dance floor with music for all tastes.

For its part, the Hilton Hotel will provide attendees a delicious dinner in the Pacific Room and the musical note will be marked by the golden age of jazz. All events at hotels require advanced bookings, and many of them come as a package with accommodation.

SPECIAL DINNERS

If you would like to find a nice meal at a restaurant to celebrate New Year’s Eve, you need to plan in advance. Many places are closed, and the venues that are open tend to host a special New Year’s Eve dinner, which will be highly sought after. As with most things in Buenos Aires, the details are usually posted fairly last minute. Take a look at our list of the best restaurants to spend the holidays in Buenos Aires for further info.

Elsewhere, Puerto Cristal restaurant, located in the most modern and sophisticated neighbourhood of the Argentine capital, will be putting on an evening spectacular with an exquisite dinner, live music show, and front row seats to the city’s traditional firework display.

And for a more intimate celebration, Cookapp, the app that invites you to dine in the houses of various chefs across the city, is also worth checking out. There are a host of menus to be sampled and each offering is unique with different flavours to be enjoyed, distinct atmospheres, and varying prices.

2-1Puerto Cristal offers a fantastic dinner complete with a live show and fireworks display / Image Source

PARTY IN THE CLUB

Most nightclubs around the city will be hosting New Year’s Eve parties (although it will technically be new year’s day by the time the party gets going!). A bar crawl around Palermo is always a good idea, and you’ll find at least one street party in the neighbourhood. Crobar, Pacha, Terrazas and Asia de Cuba are all good options where you’re guaranteed to have a big night. Don’t expect any action around midnight though. As is usual in Buenos Aires, the party only gets going around 2 or 3am.

OTHER CELEBRATIONS

For a more laid-back vibe, gather your friends and family and find a spot to watch the fireworks. People light their own fireworks all over the city, so you should have a good view from just about anywhere. However, the best spots are in Palermo’s parks, where fireworks are usually lit off by the Planetarium, or Puerto Madero, where you can watch the reflections in the harbour water.

WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Before making your plans, bear in mind that public transport is very difficult to find on New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires. Getting a taxi between 9pm on the 31st, and around 3 or 4am on the 1st, is extremely difficult. We recommend finding a party that is within walking distance, or securing your transport in advance by booking a radio taxi.

However you choose to spend your New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires, have fun, be safe, and we look forward to sharing more of Buenos Aires with you in 2018.

By: Nicole Eberhard

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Top 10 parrillas in Buenos Aires http://www.daytours4u.com/en/daytours4u/top-10-parrillas-buenos-aires/ Tue, 10 Oct 2017 17:49:21 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=11793 The parrillas in Buenos Aires are a classic tradition that every day enhance the best of the popular Argentine barbecue or asado. This tradition is so important for Southerners that until last year, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Argentina ranked as the 4th country in the world that consumes the [...]

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The parrillas in Buenos Aires are a classic tradition that every day enhance the best of the popular Argentine barbecue or asado. This tradition is so important for Southerners that until last year, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Argentina ranked as the 4th country in the world that consumes the most meat: about 84.7 kilograms per person each year.

Possibly the best way to experience the ritual is with an Asado Argentino a Puerta Cerrada, however, the restaurants of the city do not disappoint and here we leave you with our Top 10 parillas in Buenos Aires.

1. Don JulioPhoto: Don Julio Facebook

It is currently one of the grills of Buenos Aires most visited by tourists. The main reason for the long waiting lines to each night is the excellence of their cuts, especially the Ojo de Bife (Ribeye Steak), one of the best the specialties of the place. The style of this antique house in Palermo offers a very cozy atmosphere and a third aspect that highlights Don Julio, its wine list (all Argentine!) With 700 selections.

Address: Guatemala 4691, Palermo
Hours: Monday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 19:00 to 01:00
Phone: 4831-9564 / 4832-6058
Price: $$$$ (more than $600 pesos per person approximately)

2. El Pobre LuisPhoto: El Pobre Luis Facebook

It is about a Parrilla Rioplatense as the owner used to say, Luis Acuña from Montevideo, who died in 2013. El Pobre Luis has 20 years of tradition in the Belgrano neighborhood and is one of the favorites of the porteños. The famous dishes of the place are the gizzards, the chorizo “de rueda sin atar” and the pamplonas de pollo, cerdo o lomo. The parrilla is so famous that there several famous people like Rafael Nadal, Joan Manuel Serrat and even Zinedine Zidane have eaten there.

Address: Arribeños 2393, Bajo Belgrano
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 20 to 00:30
Phone: 4780 5847
Price: $$$ (between $400 and $600 pesos per person approximately)

3. Cabaña Las LilasPhoto: Las Lilas Facebook

It’s a prestigious restaurant in Puerto Madero internationally recognized by several institutions such as the American newspaper “The New York Times” and the Wine Spectator award. The success of Cabaña Las Lilas lies in the meticulous selection of their raw material (Angus and Hereford cattle) brought from their own ranches in the province of Buenos Aires. In addition to trying the classic beef cuts, it is worth asking frutos de mar a la parrilla (grilled seafood) and to take the time to choose between the 750 selections on their wine list.

Address: Alicia Moreau de Justo 516, Puerto Madero
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 12:00 to 00:00
Phone: 4313-1336
Price: $$$$ (more than $600 pesos per person approximately)

4. Santos ManjaresPhoto: Santos Manjares Facebook

Santos Manjares is the ideal grill for those who want to eat a delicious parrilla at lunch, since it closes its doors at 4:30 in the afternoon. The best of this popular grill located in the downtown are the entraña with salsa barbacoa, the matambre a la pizza and the achuras: gizzards, chinchulines and kidneys. The atmosphere is very familiar and every detail is taken care of by its founders Néstor Santos and his wife Melisa.

Address: Paraguay 938, Retiro
Hours: Monday to Saturday, from 11:45 to 16:30
Phone: 4326-1272
Price: $$$ (between $400 and $600 pesos per person approximately)

5. La CabreraPhoto: La Cabrera Facebook

It is, undoubtedly, one of the best restaurants to eat well in Buenos Aires, internationally recognized and highly regarded by locals. The menu is full of delicacies like the provoleta con jamón crudo y tomates secos and the most requested dish is the chorizo steak, although the ojo de bife (ribeye) and entraña are also great options. If you want something prior to the meat to share among a few diners, don’t miss the fried eggs with roasted bell pepper.

Address: La Cabrera Norte, Cabrera 5127, Palermo; La Cabrera Sur, Cabrera 5099, Palermo.
Hours: Monday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 16:30 and from 20:30 to 01:00.
Phone: 4832-5754
Price: $$$$ (more than $600 pesos per person approximately)

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6. El DesnivelPhoto: buenosairesconnect.com

A San Telmo classic. It’s not a place with extraordinary luxury in terms of its ambience; in fact the salon is rather modest. However, it receives the best praises in the most important aspects: the meat and its relative price / quality. The typical dish to order here is a fried meat empanada and then digging into the bife de lomo or chorizo accompanied by the popular French fries. The portions are generous and on Sundays, due to the San Telmo Fair, it is advisable to put your name down early for the waiting list.

Address: Defensa 855, San Telmo
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 01:00. Monday from 17:00 to 01:00.
Phone: 4307-2489 / 4300-9081
Price: $$ (between $200 and $400 pesos per person approximately)

7. Las NazarenasPhoto: Las Nazarenas Facebook

Since 1981 this traditional Argentine grill has been satisfying the most demanding palates of the porteños. Its legacy is so significant for the country that it was declared an official tourist site by the Secretary of Sports and Tourism of the Nation. It’s been administered by three generations of the Barbería family and its best representation is the chivito cooked over a low flame and accompanied by a parrillada de vegetales.

Address: Reconquista 1132, Retiro
Hours: Monday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 00:30
Phone: 4312-5559
Price: $$$ (between $400 and $600 pesos per person approximately)

8. El DonPhoto: El Don Facebook

It’s the youngest among the Top 10 of grills in Buenos Aires. It was opened in 2014 and if you are a fan of the movie “The Godfather” it will be love at first sight. However, you will only give your heart to this grill once you try the Bife El Don, which is similar to the chorizo steak but larger. Another extraordinary choice is the boar sausage or lamb gizzard. The wine list is extensive, with complete lines of wineries like Terrazas and Luigi Bosca.

Address: Carranza 1859, Palermo
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 15:00 and from 20:00 to 00:30. On Mondays it is only open for dinner from 20:00 to 00:30
Phone: 4774-7389
Price: $$$$ (more than $600 pesos per person approximately)

9. Parilla PeñaPhoto: Parrilla Peña Facebook

The emblematic grill of the Tribunales area. It has a family atmosphere, the service provided by its waiters make you never want to leave, and among its highlights are the entraña de novillo. Before getting to this delicious cut, the waiter will bring you a complimentary empanada and at the culmination of the meat ritual it is almost obligatory to order the bread pudding for dessert. You will not find another that compares! Keep in mind that it is cash only.

Address: Rodríguez Peña 682, San Nicolás
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 20:00 to 00:00
Phone: 4371-5643
Price: $$$ (between $400 and $600 per person approximately)

10. Don ZoiloPhoto: Don Zoilo Facebook

Located 28 years ago in Villa Crespo, Don Zoilo is a typical neighborhood grill frequented mainly by locals. Their figures support it: it goes through 7,000 sets of silverware each month and 180 kilos of asado per weekend. The highlight of his menu is the provoleta, its selection of achuras sprinkled with lemon juice and salt and, of course, the tira de asado. Most of the time it’s packed and they don’t take reservations, which is why it’s very important to arrive early.

Address: Honorio Pueyrredón 1406, Villa Crespo
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 20:00 to 01:00
Phone: 4588-1194
Price: $$$ (between $400 and $600 pesos per person approximately)

Extra tip: The parilla of the moment

11. La carniceríaPhoto: La Carniceria Facebook

For lovers of modern cuisine, this restaurant is a slightly more modern version of the traditional grills of Buenos Aires. Variations to the traditional Argentine dishes include: smoked sausage, homemade blood sausages, lacquered sweetbread and traditional smoked meat cuts and their phenomenal house specialty; the Parrilla Cut (Tira de Bife), have conquered the palate of Argentines and foreigners since its opening in 2017.

Unlike the more conventional grills, the chef of La Carnicería is clear in his belief that the food enters through the eyes and although the meat is the protagonist, and the presentation of each dish, including the roasted or steamed vegetables which have an important role, creating a combination of textures and colors that make each dish look irresistible.

Address: Thames 2317
Horario: Reservation required. From Tuesday to Friday from 20:00 to 20:30 pm and from 22:30 pm until closing. Saturday and Sunday from 13:00 to 15:00 and opens again in two intervals from 8 to 8:30 pm and from 8:30 until closing.
Phone: (11) 2071-7199
Price: $$$ (between $350 and $500 per person approximately)

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By: Keilma Rojas, Venezuelan journalist, specialized in culture and current affairs. Translated by Anna Englund.

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Buenos Aires Nightlife: the best bars and clubs to visit in 2017 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/daytours4u/buenos-aires-nightlife-best-bars-clubs/ Wed, 26 Jul 2017 12:00:59 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=11677 The Buenos Aires nightlife is possibly the most famous and varied of South America. There are bars and clubs for every taste and in almost every neighbourhood of the city. Palermo, Recoleta and San Telmo are the most crowded; however, the most exclusive parties take place in Puerto Madero and Costanera Norte. In this article, [...]

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The Buenos Aires nightlife is possibly the most famous and varied of South America. There are bars and clubs for every taste and in almost every neighbourhood of the city. Palermo, Recoleta and San Telmo are the most crowded; however, the most exclusive parties take place in Puerto Madero and Costanera Norte. In this article, you will find the bars and clubs in Buenos Aires to visit in 2017. You cannot miss the bonus track we have prepared for the most curious travellers who want to live the best of the nightlife in Buenos Aires.


Buenos Aires Nightlife: Bars in Palermo

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Decorated with work of arts from Argentinian plastic artist Guillermo Emilio Lockett, Milo Lockett Bar also offers a great variety of drinks and food – Picture: Milo Lockett Bar

The palermitana nightlife is one of the most important of the city. Even though clubs rule this neighbourhood, there are several ideal bars you can go to if you wish to spend a relaxing night on weekends or to have a drink before going to the club – where the party will not start before 2 am.

Milo Lockett Bar, at Costa Rica 5560, is one of those bars. This place is decorated with work of arts from Argentinian plastic artist Guillermo Emilio Lockett and you will also be able to taste delicious cocktails. The bar also offers gourmet sandwiches, vegetarian hamburgers and a great variety of salads. Milo Lockett Bar is opened every day from noon to 2 am.

Anasagasti Bar is all the rage in Palermo as well. You will find this bar on the first floor; you can also find a restaurant and a mysterious terrace. At Pasaje Anasagasti 2067, the bar is opened from Tuesday to Saturday from 7 pm.

You can also go to Verne Club, inspired by the French novelist Jules Verne – you cannot miss the cocktails from the End of the World section or the Miguel Strogoff prepared with vodka. The snacks menu is rather good but clients prepare the hot dogs. The Verne Club is located at Avenida Medrano 1475 and is opened everyday from 9 pm.


Buenos Aires Nightlife: Bars in San Telmo

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In Doppelgänger we are so sure of the final quality of our cocktails that our policy is the following: if you don’t like it, we change it and if you don’t want to change it, you won’t have to pay for it. – Picture: Doppelgänger

Almost every corner of San Telmo offers the best artisanal beers for locals and tourists alike to enjoy for hours. The first bar you should visit in San Telmo is Gibraltar, considered by some experts of the nightlife in Buenos Aires the most crowded of San Telmo. Gibraltar clients usually have a certain ritual: pool game, a lot of draught beer (at a good price!) and some snacks – you can share them with friends since they serve a lot. This bar is at Perú 985 and is opened from Tuesday to Sunday from midnight.

If you’d rather have a cocktail than a beer, the Doppelgänger Bar is just what you need. The first thing you should know about this place is that it has a declaration that you will fall in love with. Besides describing how the cocktails and the ice are prepared and how the cups are chosen, you can read the following affirmation: “We guarantee our menu – that offers more than 100 cocktails. In Doppelgänger we are so sure of the final quality of our cocktails that our policy is the following: if you don’t like it, we change it and if you don’t want to change it, you won’t have to pay for it.” This bar is at Avenida Juan de Garay 500 and is opened from Tuesday to Saturday from 7 pm.

The third option in San Telmo is Krakow Bar, named after the capital of Poland. The atmosphere of this bar is ideal to chat with friends or to enjoy an evening with your soul mate. Krakow Bar offers many attractions such as draught beer, liquors, tapas, hamburgers, Happy Hour – every day from 21 – and a giant TV screen where they usually broadcast live sport events. You can find it at Venezuela 474 and it opens every day from 5 pm.


Buenos Aires Nightlife: Bars in Recoleta

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Portezuelo is a 35-year-old bar and considered one of the best bars in Recoleta! – Picture: Portezuelo

In Recoleta, the youth of Buenos Aires is mostly present in the surroundings of the Recoleta Cemetery (Cementerio de Recoleta). In this neighbourhood, you will find museums, beautiful gardens and excellent bars recommended by the locals.

Milion (located between Barrio Norte and Recoleta, Paraná 1048) is a three-story mansion that was restored and accommodated to host a restaurant, a bar and lounges where you can enjoy good music. It is opened every day from noon to 4 pm and from 8 pm.

Another classical is Portezuelo, at Vicente López 2160. Its 35-year-old history makes it one of the best bars of Buenos Aires. You cannot miss the Parrillada de Mar (Sea barbeque) and amongst the cocktails they offer, the Bombón Portezuelo is one the favourite of the clients: Amarula Liquor, chocolate liquor, ice cream and bon o bon (Chocolate candy famous throughout Argentina). It opens every day from 6 pm.

However, if you are looking for a trendy option in Recoleta, you should go to the Presidente Bar where the cocktails are handly made by famous bartender Sebastiá García. Apart from its bar, Presidente Bar has a beautiful garden and a secret library. You can find it at Avenida Presidente Quintana 188 and it opens from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 pm.


Buenos Aires Nightlife: Nightclubs

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Asia de Cuba is one of the most famous clubs of Buenos Aires. Enjoy the Puerto Madero nightlife in Buenos Aires – Picture: Asia de Cuba / Wink Party

If you wish to go to a club in Buenos Aires, the locals will all concur on this: enjoy a few drinks with friends before you go dancing, arrive at the club at around 2 am and be prepared to go to more than one club during the night; then, go back home with the sun already up.

Asia de Cuba (Pierina Dealessi 750) is a reference in Puerto Madero; this club has been designed so that locals and tourists alike can spend a really exclusive night, with exquisite oriental plates, a great variety of drinks and a dance floor where the music never stops.

Kika (Hondura 5339) and Rosebar (Honduras 5445) are two of the most crowded clubs of Palermo. From Tuesday to Saturday, both nightclubs always try to get the best Djs and to throw the best theme parties of the city.

You cannot miss Bayside (Complejo Punta Carrasco), one of the favourite clubs of Costanera Norte; its location is precisely one of its most lovely aspects. After a fun night with friends in Bayside, watching dawn of the River Plate is the perfect way of closing the weekend.

Another great reference is Niceto Club (Niceto Vega 55100). Unlike the other clubs, this one usually offers a great variety of national and international concerts, spectacles and thematic parties for everyone to enjoy.

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Bonus Track: Speakeasy Bars in Buenos Aires

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Discover the speakeasies of Buenos Aires with the Bar 878 – Picture: Bar 878

The speakeasies or hidden bars are all the rage in Buenos Aires. Why are they so special? They are truly hidden and since the directions of some of those bars have been revealed on social networks, the challenge is now to find the password – it changes every week – that will enable every curious to enter those exclusive places.

We offer you 7 of the most popular speakeasies, but remember that the password changes every week and you will be able to find it on the social networks of those bars. Good luck!

– Puerta Uno, Juramento 1667, Barrio Chino.

– La Puerta Roja, Chacabuco 733, San Telmo.

– Bar 878, Thames 878, Colegiales.

– Nicky Harrison, Malabia 1764, Palermo

– Florería Atlántico, Arroyo 872, Retiro.

– Frank’s Bar, Arévalo 1445, Villa Crespo

– J.W Bradley Bar, Godoy Cruz 1875, Palermo

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By: Keilma Rojas, Venezuelan journalist, specialised in culture and actuality. Travel writer for Daytours4u / Translated to English by Grégory Noël

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Where to eat in Buenos Aires: 7 restaurants for every budget http://www.daytours4u.com/en/daytours4u/where-to-eat-in-buenos-aires/ Wed, 05 Jul 2017 15:00:49 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=11632 The cuisine of Buenos Aires – and of Argentina in general – is recognised and praised throughout South America. All the good things you have heard about the Argentinian meat is true and there is no word to explain what enjoying a good asado with a cup of the world’s best Malbec in Buenos Aires [...]

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The cuisine of Buenos Aires – and of Argentina in general – is recognised and praised throughout South America. All the good things you have heard about the Argentinian meat is true and there is no word to explain what enjoying a good asado with a cup of the world’s best Malbec in Buenos Aires feels like. However, the flavoured cuisine of Buenos Aires isn’t limited to meat, you will also find delicious pizzas and hamburgers and even discover Armenian exotic flavours that will make you want to come back to the Argentinian capital just to enjoy one more meal. Since the gastronomic offer in this city is pretty wide – 10.732 restaurants – we offer you a recommendation of 7 restaurants to help you choose where to eat in Buenos Aires.


1. Where to eat meat in Buenos Aires: La Cabrera

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The bife de chorizo of La Cabrera never disappoints those wondering where to eat in Buenos Aires / Picture: by La Cabrera

La Cabrera is one of most famous and visited parrillas of the city. It has ranked first in the 50 Latin America’s Best Restaurants of Restaurant Magazine for three years straight (2013, 2014 and 2015). This establishment is an unforgettable experience for tourists as well as a reference for locals. All those prices were won thanks to their meat as well as the warm environment of the restaurant and the service of the professionals.

Among the most popular starters, you will find the Provoleta with raw ham and dried tomatoes and the empanadas de carne (sort of meat pie).

As the main course, you cannot eat anything else than the bife de chorizo (a beef-steak) even though the ojo de bife (rounder chunk) and entraña (skirt steak) are excellent options as well. If you think vegetarians will be left out since this is basically a barbeque, you must know that the creator of this place, Gastón Riveira, has widened its menu to meatless plates.

Their ravioli are worth a try as well as the grilled eggs with sweet pepper.

Address: La Cabrera Norte, Cabrera 5127, Palermo; La Cabrera Sur, Cabrera 5099, Palermo.
Horary: Monday to Sunday from noon to 4:30 pm and 8:30 pm to 1 am.
Price: $$$$ (more than ARS$600 per person).
Website: http://lacabrera.com.ar/

Travelling tip: Just like La Cabrera, Don Julio (Guatemala 4691) is a recognised restaurant, perfect for tasting the best Argentinian meat; tourists usually love this establishment. Precisely because the place is so famous, you must always stand up in line if you wish to enter the restaurant. This will not happen in the Club El Don Steak House (Angel Justiniano Carranza 1859). This is another great parrilla of Palermo where you will taste cuts of meat in an authentic atmosphere – and you won’t have to wait in line.

If you wish to try an asado with a local, try this Closed-Door Asado Experience!


2. Where to eat pizzas in Buenos Aires: Los Inmortales

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If you are looking where to eat in Buenos Aires and want to eat pizzas, Los Inmortales is just the place to go / Picture: Los Inmortales

This is one of the most emblematic pizzerias of the city. Since the inauguration of their first establishment in Corrientes in 1952, Los Inmortales has been a reference for the people of Buenos Aires and a highly recommended destination for tourists since you can find it only a few blocks away from the Obelisco. The history of this pizzeria begins in Naples, where Doña Rosa lived in Italy before migrating to Argentina with her husband and four sons. Doña Rosa had a special gift for the culinary arts and along with her son-in-law, Felipe Fiorellino, they created this relic of Buenos Aires during a decade marked by a new talented generation of artists and writers.

Los Inmortales is an iconic restaurant in which you will see photos of characteristic personalities of Buenos Aires, such as Carlos Gardel and you will also be able to enjoy exquisite pizzas as the provolone, one of the classics of this place.

Address: Corrientes 1369, San Nicolás. You can find their other establishments in Lavalle 746, Paraná 1209, Mendoza 2330 and in Bahía Grande.
Horary: Monday to Sunday from noon to midnight.
Price: $$ (between ARS$200 and ARS$400 per person).
Website: https://www.losinmortales.com/


3. Where to eat hamburgers in Buenos Aires: The Burger Joint

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One of the best quality of Burger Joint is its price-quality relationship / Picture: Burger Joint

Four years ago, the Burger Joint became one of the most visited places of Plaza Serrano. This establishment offers an excellent price-quality relationship and if you wish to spend a casual night out with your friends or partner in Buenos Aires, this place is perfect. The hamburgers are simply delicious: homemade bread, well-cooked meat and high-quality ingredients. The favourite is the Bleu: blue cheese burger with rocket salad, onion and caramelised tomatoes with mushrooms. Two other demanded options are the American (with bacon) and the Cabra (with goat cheese) – or the veggie for vegetarians.

There is no table service, you have to go to the bar and order you food – you can also order a soda or a beer. There is a courtyard with a few more tables outside on the sidewalk. If you go during lunchtime, the place probably won’t be too crowded but if you go at night it will be full so you should go early.

Address: Borges 1766, Palermo.
Horary: Monday to Sunday, from noon to midnight.
Price: $$ (between ARS$200 and ARS$400 per person).
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BurgerJointPalermo/


4. Where to eat ethnic cuisine in Buenos Aires: Sarkis

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Sarkis is the place to go if you want to eat Arabian and Armenian food in Buenos Aires / Instagram: @ourbestmenu

Sarkis is one of the favourite places of the people of Buenos Aires thanks to their exquisite Arabian and Armenian cuisine, history and perfect service. At dinner time, the place is never empty. There always are people waiting outside and nobody seems to mind. Everybody knows that once they are inside, the wait will have been worth it since you eat as gods in this restaurant: the food is good, abundant and comes at a good price. This formula has been working since 1982 when Sarkis Kabatían inaugurated the place.

In Sarkis, for most plates, you can order complete portions or half portions. That way, if you go with your boy/girlfriend, you will be able to taste a little of everything and go home happy. Among other things, the menu offers falafel, hummus, tabouleh, kibbeh, meat brochettes, shish-kebab, cabbage roll, kafta and couscous with lentils.

Address: Thames 1101, Villa Crespo
Horary: Monday to Sunday, from noon to 3 pm and from 8 pm to midnight.
Price: $$ (between ARS$200 and ARS$400 per person)

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5. Where to eat popular Argentine food: Perón Perón

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After the food, Evita and Juan Domingo son the main characters of Perón Perón / Picture: Peron Peron

If you don’t know much about Argentinian politics, this restaurant will make you discover a famous personality of the recent history of the country: Juan Domingo Perón, elected president of Argentina in 1946, 1951 and 1973. The place is decorated with posters and pictures related to peronism and in the centre, there is an altar to Eva Duarte de Perón, another emblematic personality of the country. You will hear the Marcha Peronista every now and then and some of the guests next to you will be singing it euphorically, waving one arm in the air as if it were a football match.

Apart from this original specificity, what really stands out in Perón Perón is the food: the menu is a tribute to Argentinian popular food. As a starter dish empanadas de ossobuco (a classical meat pie of Argentina) or pastel de papas con chorizo colorado (potato cake with chorizo). As far as main courses are concerned you can choose between the locro (a pumpkin, bean, corn and potato stew), the incredible lentils stew, grilled bondiola (braised pork shoulder) or the very special pacú (freshwater fish), one of the chef’s favourite.

Taste them with a Domingo Hermanos wine and for dessert don’t forget the classic dulce de leche pancake.

Address: Angel Carranza 2225, Palermo.
Horary: Monday to Saturday, from 7 pm to 2 am.
Phone: 011 4777-6194. Call in advance to book a table, since the establishment is always full.
Price: $$$ (between ARS$400 and ARS$600 per person).
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElPeronPeron/


6.Where to eat autochthonous meat in Buenos Aires: El Baqueano

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To enjoy autochthonous plates in Buenos Aires, there is only one place to go: El Baqueano / Picture: El Baqueano

Located in the heart of San Telmo, El Baqueano is a restaurant characterised by the signature cuisine it offers and was among 50 Latin America’s Best Restaurants in 2013 and 2014. Chef Fernando Rivarola has designed a menu of 5 or 7 dishes (you can choose) that changes every week – and you will taste more than just beef. You will discover vizcacha meat (big Peruvian hare), yacaré (caiman), ñandú (rhea), Patagonian lamb, llama, pheasant, rabbit, hare or boar, as well as delicious fruits of the sea.

As far as side dishes are concerned, the papines andinos (Andean potatoes), salads, mushrooms and edible flowers stand out. They also offer a great variety of wines from the different viticultural regions of Argentina (Mendoza, Salta, San Juan etc) as well as delicious options for dessert such as the impressive chocolate and dulce de leche cake.

Address: Chile 499, San Telmo.
Winter horary: Tuesday to Saturday, from 7 pm to 11 pm.
Summer horary: Tuesday to Saturday, from 8 pm to midnight.
Price: $$$ (between ARS$400 and ARS$600 per person).
Website: http://www.restoelbaqueano.com/


7. Where to eat sandwiches and fast food in Buenos Aires: Lo de Carlitos

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If you want to enjoy a burger or other fast food in Buenos Aires, you should go to Lo de Carlitos / Picture: Lo de Carlitos

This famous Argentinian restaurant was actually inaugurated in Villa Gesell (Atlantic Coast) but its success drove it to Buenos Aires, Bariloche and even Miami. Carlos Ciuffardi, son of Italian immigrants, created it and his sons are nowadays managing the business. The establishment became famous for its sweet and salty pancakes named after famous characters (nationally or internationally known) or after people that meant something special to Ciuffardi such as the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Maradona or Che Guevara.

However, the most delicious things you will taste in Lo de Carlitos are the loin, egg and bacon sandwich, the bacon and egg hamburger and the veggie burger. Another interesting thing about this place is that you can go with your entire family since they have a special place designed for children to have fun for hours, as well as a children’s menu for the little ones.

Address: Palermo, Charcas 3702. They have 6 other restaurants in the city, in Buenos Aires province, the Atlantic Coast, Bariloche and Miai.
Horary: Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 1 am.
Price: $$$ (between ARS$400 and ARS$600 per person).
Website: http://lodecarlitos.com/

Indulge yourself with the excellent cuisine of Buenos Aires and let every plate take you through the essence and history of this beautiful South American city. If you are looking where to eat in Buenos Aires, those 7 restaurants will make tourists live the finest culinary experience and keep making the locals proud.

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By: Keilma Rojas, Venezuelan journalist specialised in culture and actuality. Writer in Spanish for Daytours4u.
Translated to English by Grégory Noël

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7 things to do in Buenos Aires in 7 days http://www.daytours4u.com/en/daytours4u/7-things-buenos-aires-7-days/ Wed, 24 May 2017 20:34:36 +0000 http://www.daytours4u.com/en/?p=11541 Buenos Aires has endless oportunities for tourists, it’s vibrant culture keeps the city moving at an exciting pace. Nevertheless, travellers frequently go to Argentina in order to discover Iguazu, Mendoza or the impressive Patagonia and spend only one week of their journey in the Argentinian capital. For this reason we have selected the best things to [...]

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Buenos Aires has endless oportunities for tourists, it’s vibrant culture keeps the city moving at an exciting pace. Nevertheless, travellers frequently go to Argentina in order to discover Iguazu, Mendoza or the impressive Patagonia and spend only one week of their journey in the Argentinian capital. For this reason we have selected the best things to do in Buenos Aires that cover the most important activities and attractions to ensure an authentic and exciting travel experience.


Monday: Spend the afternoon in the bares notables

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Be immersed in the hundred-year-old magic of the bares notables of Buenos Aires, such as the Café Tortoni.  Photo Source: Cafe Tortoni

Picture the scene: there you are, having a cup of coffee sitting in the exact same spot Federico García Lorca was, writing a poem inspired by the beauty of South American. This vision can actually become a reality in Buenos Aires thanks to its historical coffee houses, also known as bares notables. You simply cannot miss a visit to one of these famous coffee  houses during your trip to Buenos Aires: these sites have been preserved by the city’s Government due to their age, architecture and local relevance. Writers, actors and politicians have gathered within these locations for more than 100 years. Amongst the most famous, we recommend the Café Tortoni (Avenida de Mayo 825/29), El Gato Negro (Avenida Corrientes 1669) and La Biela (Avenida Quintana 600).

Travelling tip: Even though you can choose to spend the entire afternoon in one of these bars, you can also book the Historical Café of Buenos Aires Tour and discover at least five of the most famous in a single day.


Tuesday: Visit the library and museums of the city

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In Buenos Aires you will some of the best libraries in the world. Photo Source: Flickr Cadampol

You must have heard that Buenos Aires is the city with the highest average rate of libraries per inhabitants. This is why on Tuesday morning, have a good breakfast and put your most comfortable shoes to visit the Avenida Corrientes. Between the Obelisco and the Avenida Callao you will find dozens of libraries: many books are stacked up on huge counters and expert booksellers can tell you every you need about the content of their shelves. Conclude this first step with the El Ateneo Grand Splendid, a Buenos Aires classic chosen by the British newspaper The Guardian as the second most important library in the world.

Continue this cultural day discovering the most important museums of the city such as the National Museum of Fine Arts of Argentina, the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires or the Carlos Gardel Museum.

Travelling tip: With the Museums of Buenos Aires Tour, you will be able to enjoy every minute of your day and fully explore three museums in four hours.


Wednesday: Taste a good Malbec

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One of the best things to do in Buenos Aires is living the Argentinian Malbec experience, first-hand. Photo Source: Bodega Matervini

In this South American nation, the Argentinian Malbec is as traditional as the asado or the tango – and it should be – since Argentina is the main producer of this grapevine in the world! Therefore, you simply must experience a wine tasting in one of the best cellars in Buenos Aires during your trip so that you can return home with an excellent souvenir. The Joaquín Alberdi Wine Tasting is an excellent option to hear the history and the characteristics of the Malbec from the mouth of an expert as you taste the delicious Altocedro Reserva or the Matervini labels.


Thursday: Go over the best bars of Buenos Aires

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Enjoy a wonderful pub crawl in Buenos Aires on a Thursday night. Photo Source: Buenos Aires Pub Crawl Fan page

Whether you wish to dance until early on the morning or to have a fresh pint of craft beer in a bar while chatting with friends and meeting new people, the nightlife of Buenos Aires offers something for everyone. Palermo and San Telmo are undoubtedly the most famous neighbourhoods to have fun in on a Thursday night and you can enjoy happy hour in most of their bars and boliches (nightclubs) until 9 or 10 pm. Two examples: one of the most classic and buzzing spots in San Telmo is the bar Gibraltar (Perú 895), famous for the variety and the quality of its draft beers. In Palermo, Mundo Bizarro (Serrano 1222) is the ideal site for a cocktail and ideal for rock ‘n’ roll lovers due to its 50’s atmosphere.

Travelling tip: If you are looking for a place where you can dance until dawn, you cannot miss the Buenos Aires Pub Crawl – that way you will discover the best nightclubs of the city.


Friday: Going to a tango show

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Enjoying a tango show in Buenos Aires is a must-do for every tourist visiting the city. Photo Source: Bsas4u

“Tango is as ancient as mankind / born with the first ache of the soul” (non-official translation). This is one of the Thirty verses to feel tango written by Ricardo Ostuni and it expresses the passion and sentimentalism of Argentina’s very own music genre. Not going to a tango show in Buenos Aires is like saying you have not even been to the city since in every pedestrian street you will find at least one couple dancing and there a tens of milongas in every neighbourhood and tonnes of shows where you can even learn some steps of this sensual dance. The Viruta Tango Club (Armenia 1366) is a great option to enjoy the show and be a part of it. Fridays in Buenos Aires are 100% tango!

Travelling tip: Every show is different and unique. Find the best one to suit your expectations with this guide to help you choose your Tango show in Buenos Aires.


Saturday: Asado and Football Day

Visiting the River Plate Museum is a fun and interesting activity not only for football fans but also for curious travellers wanting to explore Argentine passions. Photo Source: River Plate Museum fan page

After five days of getting to know the Buenos Aires lifestyle, the time has come for the main course of the Argentinian ritual: asado and football. Prepare your stomach because once the asador begins the preparation, your palate will be restless: Fernet with Coke (alcoholic beverage prepared with coke), choripán (pork sausage with bread) and vacío (special meat cut) with some salads will be the menu of your day. You will finish with delicious pastries and dulce de leche and mate (special herb used as a tea in Argentina).

Save a part of your Saturday to do a Football Stadiums Tour and to discover the history of the most important temples of the king of sports of Buenos Aires. If you are a football supporter and wish to experience a football game, check the calendar to discover what games you can attend during your trip.


Sunday: Have a walk in the main ferias and buy souvenirs

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In the Feria de Mataderos you will enjoy typical plates and traditional Argentinian dances with the locals. Photo Source: Bsas4u

The week-ends in Buenos Aires are for partying, especially in the famous San Telmo and Mataderos Markets (called ferias in Argentina) and the crowded Plaza Serrano, in Palermo, where you will find many craftsmanship and items you can buy as souvenirs. In the traditional Mataderos Feria, even though you are still in Buenos Aires you will feel as if you are in the middle of the Argentinian countryside, especially due to the traditional food and the live dance. The Feria of San Telmo and the Plaza Serrano are meeting points for the youth of Buenos Aires and is filled with a lot of talented artists. The perfect way to end your week in Buenos Aires.

The charm of Buenos Aires never fails to impress its visitors. The city consists of strolling around, enjoying exquisite plates, falling in love with the rhythm of tango and having exciting conversations with the locals – they are known to be passionate even during the most casual conversation. Enjoy all the best things to do in Buenos Aires and keep discovering the dazzling cities of Argentina and South America.

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By: Keilma Rojas, Venezuelan journalist specialised in culture and actuality. Writer in Spanish for Daytours4u / Translated to English by Grégory Noël

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This year, Daytours4u is taking you to the pitch! In South America football is much more than just a sport. Discover this passion with our Football Tours and go to the best stadiums with the best company!

Football is a such a passion in South America that the game is like a party. You cannot miss it. To help you plan your trip this article will highlight the most important games throughout the continent and the most important games between the World Cup 2018 qualifiers. This way you can put on your favourite football shirt and enjoy the victory (or defeat) of the local teams.

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See players such as Messi playing live / Source


World Cup 2018 Qualifiers in South America

Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile… the best South America’s best football players will face eachother in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers! Feel the emotion of seeing Messi, Neymar, Mascherano and Agüero play live in one of the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers.

Buy your World Cup tickets here !

World Cup 2018 – Qualifiers in Argentina

This is the list of some of the World Cup Qualifying Games that will be played in Argentina.

Week Date Time (Local Time) Game Stadium
Week 13 23/03 8:30 PM Argentina – Chile Monumental, Buenos Aires
Week 16 05/09 Uncommunicated Argentina – Venezuela Uncommunicated
Week 17 05/10 Uncommunicated Argentina – Perú Uncommunicated

 

World Cup 2018 – Qualifiers in Uruguay

This is the list of some of the World Cup Qualifying Games that will be played in Uruguay.

Week Date Time (Local time) Game Stadium
Round 13 23/03 8:00 PM Uruguay – Brazil Centenario, Montevideo
Round 15 31/08 Uncommunicated Uruguay – Argentina Uncommunicated
Round 18 10/10 Uncommunicated Uruguay – Bolivia Uncommunicated

 

World Cup 2018 – Qualifiers in Brazil

This is the list of some of the World Cup Qualifying Games that will be played in Brazil.

Week Date Time (Local Time) Game Stadium
Week 14 28/03 9:45 PM Brazil – Paraguay Arena Corinthians, São Paulo
Week 15 31/08 Uncommunicated Brazil – Ecuador Uncommunicated
Week 18 10/10 Uncommunicated Brazil – Chile Uncommunicated

 

World Cup 2018 – Qualifiers in Colombia

This is the list of some of the World Cup Qualifying Games that will be played in Colombia.

Week Date Time (Local time) Game Stadium
Week 13 23/03 3:30 PM Colombia – Bolivia Metropolitano, Barranquilla
Week 16 05/09 Uncommunicated Colombia – Brazil Uncommunicated
Week 17 05/10 Uncommunicated Colombia – Paraguay Uncommunicated

 

World Cup 2018 – Qualifiers Chile

This is the list of some of the World Cup Qualifying Games that will be played in Chile.

Week Date Time (Local time) Game Stadium
Week 15 31/08 Uncommunicated Chile – Paraguay Uncommunicated
Week 17 05/10 Uncommunicated Chile – Ecuador Uncommunicated

Source: FIFA

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La Bombonera, the legendary stadium of Boca / Source


Football in Argentina

Torneo Primera división 2017 Calendar

The Primera División Argentina (Argentinian Premier League) is one of the most talked about football event by fans world-wide. Its legendary games, like the superclasico Boca – River and the passion of the “hinchas” (Argentinian fans) make this championship a unique experience. If you like football, you have to see an Argentinian football game!

Buy your tickets for Argentina’s Premier league here !

In Argentina the exact dates and times will be given shortly before the game, we will try to keep you updated throughout the season!

Week Date Time Game
Week 16 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – Talleres
Week 16 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Belgrano – Racing Club
Week 16 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Godoy Cruz – San Lorenzo
Week 16 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Lanus – River Plate
Week 17 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – Quilmes
Week 17 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – Godoy Cruz
Week 17 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Belgrano
Week 17 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Martin – Boca Juniors
Week 18 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – Def y Justicia
Week 18 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Godoy Cruz – River Plate
Week 18 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Tigre – San Lorenzo
Week 18 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Quilmes – Racing Club
Week 19 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – Sarmiento
Week 19 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Quilmes
Week 19 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – Tigre
Week 19 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Arsenal – Newells
Week 20 16/04 Uncommunicated Boca Junios – Patronato
Week 20 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Tigre – River Plate
Week 20 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Sarmiento – Racing Club
Week 20 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Newells – Estudiantes LP
Week 20 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Atl Tucuman – San Lorenzo
Week 21 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – Temperley
Week 21 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – Atl Tucuman
Week 21 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Sarmiento
Week 21 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Atl Rafaela – Boca Juniors
Week 22 30/04 Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – Arsenal
Week 22 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Atl Tucuman – River Plate
Week 22 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Temperley – Racing Club
Week 22 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Gimnasia LP – San Lorenzo
Week 23 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – Gimnasia LP
Week 23 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Temperley
Week 23 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Newells – Independiente
Week 23 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – Rosario Central
Week 23 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Estudiantes LP – Boca Juniors
Week 24 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Independiente – Racing Club
Week 24 14/05 Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – River Plate
Week 24 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Huracan – San Lorenzo
Week 25 21/05 Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – Newells
Week 25 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – Aldosivi
Week 25 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Rosario Central – Racing Club
Week 25 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Independiente – Huracan
Week 26 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Rosario Central
Week 26 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Huracan – Boca Juniors
Week 26 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – San Lorenzo
Week 27 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – Aldosivi
Week 27 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – River Plate
Week 27 04/06 Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – Independiente
Week 28 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Aldosivi – Boca Juniors
Week 28 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Racing Club
Week 28 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Colon – San Lorenzo
Week 29 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated River Plate – Aldosivi
Week 29 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Racing Club – Colon
Week 29 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Olimpo – Boca Juniors
Week 29 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated San Lorenzo – Banfield
Week 30 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Banfield – Racing Club
Week 30 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Talleres – San Lorenzo
Week 30 25/06 Uncommunicated Boca Juniors – Union
Week 30 Uncommunicated Uncommunicated Colon – River Plate

The time and dates have not been communicated yet.

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Copa Libertadores is one of the most prestigious cup in South America – Peñarol vs LDU Quito / Source


Copa Libertadores 2017

Enjoy the Copa Libertadores with us. This is the South American equivalent of the Champion’s League, where the best team of every South American championship play eachother in this historical cup. Discover teams such as the Atletico Nacional, Independiente, Palmeiras and many more thanks to this exciting cup.

Buy your tickets for the Copa Libertadores here!

Copa Libertadores 2017 – Games in Argentina

This is a list of some of the most important Copa Libertadores games played in Argentina.

Group Date Time Game
Group 1 11/04 9:00 PM Estudiantes – Barcelona
Group 3 13/04 9:00 PM River Plate – Melgar
Group 7 18/04 9:00 PM Lanús – Zulia
Group 1 19/04 9:00 PM Estudiantes – Atlético Nacional
Group 6 20/04 7:30 PM Godoy Cruz – Sport Boys
Group 5 25/04 7:30 PM Atlético Tucumán – Jorge Wilstermar
Group 4 25/04 9:00 PM San Lorenzo – Universidad Católica
Group 5 02/05 7:30 PM Atlético Tucumán – Peñarol
Group 6 04/05 9:00 PM Godoy Cruz – Libertad
Group 3 10/05 9:00 PM River Plate – Emelec
Group 7 17/05 9:45 PM Lanús – Chapecoense
Group 4 17/05 9:45 PM San Lorenzo – Flamengo
Group 3 25/05 7:30 PM River – Independiente Medellín
Group 1 25/05 9:45 PM Estudiantes – Botafogo

 

Copa Libertadores 2017 – Games in Uruguay

This is a list of some of the most important Copa Libertadores games played in Uruguay.

Group Date Time Game
Group 7 25/04 9:45 PM Nacional – Chapecoense
Group 5 26/04 9:45 PM Peñarol – Palmeiras
Group 7 23/05 7:30 PM Nacional – Lanús
Group 5 24/05 9:45 PM Peñarol – Wilstermann

 

Copa Libertadores 2017 – Games in Brazil

This is a list of some of the most important Copa Libertadores games played in Brazil.

Group Date Time Game
Group 4 03/05 9:00 PM Atlético Paranaense – San Lorenzo
Group 6 16/05 9:45 PM Atlético Mineiro – Godoy Cruz
Group 5 24/05 9:45 PM Palmeiras – Atlético Tucumán

 

Copa Libertadores 2017 – Games in Colombia

This is a list of some of the most important Copa Libertadores games played in Colombia.

Group Date Time Game
Group 3 15/03 9:00 PM Independiente Medellín – River Plate
Group 1 02/05 9:00 PM Atlético Nacional – Estudiantes

 

Copa Libertadores 2017 – Games in Chile

This is a list of some of the most important Copa Libertadores games played in Chile.

Group Date Time Game
Group 4 12/04 9:00 PM Universidad Católica – San Lorenzo

Source: CONMEBOL

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Nacional is one of Uruguay’s best teams – Nacional vs Atlético Madrid / Source

Football games in Uruguay – Primera división 2017

If you go to Uruguay, you should go and see a game in the Uruguayan First League, “la Primera División Uruguaya”. Discover teams such as Peñarol or Nacional and enjoy the best of the Uruguayan football.

Week Date Time Game
Week 7 19/03 5:00 PM Peñarol – Rampla Juniors
Week 7 19/03 5:00 PM El Tanque Sisley – Nacional
Week 8 26/03 4:00 PM Defensor Sporting – Peñarol
Week 8 26/03 4:00 PM Nacional – Liverpool
Week 9 04/04 Uncommunicated Peñarol – Nacional
Week 10 09/04 4:00 PM Juventud – Peñarol
Week 10 09/04 4:00 PM Nacional – Wanderers
Week 11 16/04 4:00 PM Peñarol – Danubio
Week 11 16/04 4:00 PM Cerro – Nacional
Week 12 23/04 4:00 PM Fénix – Nacional
Week 12 23/04 4:00 PM Plaza Colonial – Peñarol
Week 13 30/04 4:00 PM Peñarol – River Plate
Week 13 30/04 4:00 PM Nacional – Rampla Juniors
Week 14 07/05 4:00 PM Defensor Sporting – Nacional
Week 14 07/05 4:00 PM Peñarol – Cerro
Week 15 14/05 4:00 PM Peñarol – Nacional

The dates and times may change

One of the most beautiful aspects of travelling South America is being integrated into the local culture, and to do so there is nothing better than attending a football game. Go to the pitch and live the passion of the South American football. You cannot miss this unique experience during your trip to South America.

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