ARGENTINA

This page collects all the Argentine Travel Stories by Besides the Obvious. We love Argentina, starting from the historical capital, Buenos Aires, all the way to the home of Messi, Rosario. If you have any further recommendations, where else we should go and visit in beautiful Argentina, don’t hesitate to reach out.

As you might know our mission is to share something relevant, something authentic, something real, something cool, something interesting, something personal & something different, via our travel stories & images. We are focusing on ideas from local sources, giving tips that are usually unknown for travelers and foreigners, guides to secret places which only the guy from the given neighborhood could know about, to the hidden picturesque view, with recommending everything besides the obvious: the local real feel, the adventure of discovering the unknown, the authenticity, culinary guide to the meals that locals are really cooking and eating at home, and much more. Hope you will read our Argentine Travel Stories, feel inspired and enjoy the journey, as much as we do!

Visiting Cataratas del Iguazú. Iguazu Falls from the Argentine side.

This article is a continuation of our previous post about Iguazu Falls: On the way to Cataratas do Iguaçu. Our journey on the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. But now, let’s take a look at the Falls from the Argentine side! Two international airports are close to Iguazu Falls: the Argentine Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport …

Buenos Aires me mata ❤️

“He sido un paria en Parí­s México me atormenta, Buenos Aires me mata, Pero siempre hay un tren Que desemboca en Madrid …” from Joaquín Sabina Llegamos dos veces a Buenos Aires, primero desde Puerto Iguazú, aterrizamos por la tarde en Aeroparque Internacional, y después de una corta caminata por Puerto Madero y un buen …

Buenos Aires me mata ❤️

“He sido un paria en Parí­s México me atormenta, Buenos Aires me mata, Pero siempre hay un tren Que desemboca en Madrid …” from Joaquín Sabina We arrived twice to Buenos Aires, first from Puerto Iguazú, we landed in the afternoon on Aeroparque Internacional, and after a short walk in Puerto Madero and a nice …

Caminito Boca Juniors ⚽️

Caminito, caminito, caminito Boca Juniors! A colorful and lively street museum, a traditional alley, with lot of colorful houses, brightly painted walls, local art shops and vivid bars. It means little walk, little path in Spanish. It’s located in La Boca, a famous neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The place acquired cultural significance because it inspired …

Patagonian Mara 🥰

Honesty and sadly enough, I have never seen a Patagonian Mara before in my life, I didn’t even know that they exist. So when we were walking through on a public garden in Buenos Aires and suddenly we realized that the park is full with these animals, I didn’t even know what to say… what …

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