DelfinaMy name is Delfina Colombo, I am 19 years old and after finishing school I realized that before following a path in my life I need to know and develop all my interests. That is why I seek to travel to learn and live new cultures, and people. In this way I feel that I will be able to get to know more about myself to discover which way I want to lead my life and put all my energy.
GracianaHi, I'm Graciana from Argentina. I'm travelling to London next month and when I was looking for places to stay I found this app. I think that things happen for a reason so I decided to complete my info and I wish to meet nice people. I've been delivering online classes and workshops since 2016, that's what I do for a living. My passion is acting and I enjoy spending time with my sons (who live not so far from my house), playing with my cats and performing with colleagues some weekends.
AmaI'm from Argentina and have lived in Spain for 11 years. I'm currently working online from Argentina and taking some time to decide about my life project. Love being in nature, walking and being outdoors. I've been meditating and "practising" a mindful life for some years now.
Can host for 3 daysI'm a 28 year old Spanish teacher based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Love animals, conversations, music and dance. Trying to become a better person little by little 💞
Can host for 7 daysI choose to believe that I am a traveler, that I am not a tourist. I want to get in touch with other cultures.
Can host for 4 daysIm Maggie, I have 33 years old. Im a producer, eventos organizer and a dancer. I love the beach, water sports and travel de world. Im looking for host ladys in Spain and Italy. Hope We have a great time!
based on 9 experiences
Walked all around the city and took cabs by myself. Not fluent in Spanish but was able to get by without much hassle. Enjoyed the city, it is a great place to visit.
I stayed in Palermo and took the graffiti tour with BA Free Walks. It was such a cool way to see the neighborhood and learn a bit about the politics and history of the city. There are also so many cute hipster-y coffee shops in the area. I was surprised at how much I loved the city!!
I’m a foodie, so here’s a list of all my favorite food places. Best restaurants in Buenos Aires: Hierbabuena (a bit expensive, but sooo good and many vegetarian and vegan options) Artemisia (vegetarian) Tandoor (Indian) Loving Hut (vegan) - the one in the center has good burgers, but the one in Palermo is better for dinner Saigon (Vietnamese) Che Taco (Mexican) Best cafes: Obrador (bakery with good coffee) Le Blé (French) Casa Telma Best burgers: El Banco Rojo (burger of the week usually the best) Loving hut Burger Joint (have to try!!) La Puerta Roja Best pizzas: Cosi mi Piace The Pizza Only one true love Sr. Telmo Pizza vegana Also I’m a vegetarian, and I know that Argentine steak is a big part of the experience, so a lot of these places serve meat too. Encuentro Nativo in La Boca (caminito) serves meat so tender you can cut it with a spoon.
I left a piece of my heart in Buenos Aires, absolutely loved it there! I did a bike tour while I was there which was fun, biked all around the city and they showed all the great spots. Also went to recoleta cemetery which was beautiful. I stayed in a hostel when there. Great food and ice cream, especially the steak. Wanted to check out the amazing library while there, but it was closed. There’s a theater where you can take a tango lesson and then go watch a tango show and eat dinner. It was absolutely amazing. You can skip the tango lesson if you want and just do the dinner and tango show. It was lovely.
Itinerary: Viajar desde santiago de Chile a Buenos Aires por Aire Allá alojar en un sector centrico y mas menos economico Visitar lugares de interés -escuela de Danza -Ecoparque -Feria de Santelmo -Barrio Palermo -Tigre Budget: Calculo que gastamos 1. 000. 000 CLP en la estadia de un mes y medio, dos personas, -viajando en Skyairlines -pagando un seguro económico - arrendando x Airb&b un depto de un ambiente barrio Palermo -comprando en el super (Coto) y saliendo a comer esporádicamente. -pagando la mensualidad de la escuela de Danza -contemplando extras como el pcr Accommodation: Me senti segura excepto por un par de ocasiones en las que se notaba la presencia de grupos antifeministas que rayaban las afueras de la escuela de Danza. El precio del transporte bus y subte es impresionantemente barato. En calle Florida se hace el cambio del llamado dolar blue a pesos argentinos que es mucho mas conveniente que cambiar en los puntos oficiales, aunque segun entiendo, se vuelve cada vez menos conveniente. La otra forma que usamos para traspasar dinero chileno a argentino fue por medio de criptomonedas en locales parecidos a Moneygram pero de cripto, para mantener el cambio a Blue. De todas maneras si necesitan mas detalles y consejos pueden escribirme
Itinerary: Recorrí la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Los Bosques de Palermo, el obelisco, San telmo y los bares de Plaza Serrano. La librería el ateneo. Recommendations: No caminar sola de noche. Tratar de estar acompañada, no usar el celular en la calle.
I recommend doing the hop on hop off bus so you can see everything, and then go back to see things that are most interesting to you. Recoleta cemetery and market were great, San Telmo market was good, but didn’t have as many antiques as I had hoped. Definitely do a tango show, but skip the lesson unless you have a partner. A day trip to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay is a must.
Loved Buenos Aires! So many amazing things to do, definitely recommend doing the bike tour on one of the first days. I also recommend going to Iguazu Falls, it's a short flight from BA and the flights are cheap.
In Buenos Aires I highly recommend doing a bike tour with BA Bikes - Tours & Rentals. Go to Café Tortoni, it is a classic! Go to El Desnivel and eat a choripan, its delicious. Visit the San Telmo neighborhood and go to Plaza Dorrego. There you can see tango dancers while having a beer and snacks. The tour of the Teatro Colon, the Evita house, the Recoleta cemetery, these are all very interesting sights. Also, eat alfajores de maicena. These are the most delicious cookies, with coffee in the morning... heaven! Also, you can do a day trip to San Antonio de Areco and visit The Estancia de Areco for a day. We did horseback riding there and then had the most delicious parrillada, and danced to traditional music. It was a great experience!
Yes, Buenos Aires is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any large city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Avoid walking alone at night, and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.
Yes, Buenos Aires is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is generally safe and there are plenty of activities to keep you busy. There are also many hostels and hotels that cater to solo female travelers.
Yes, Buenos Aires can be expensive for solo travelers. Prices for food, accommodation, and transportation can be higher than in other cities in South America. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels, eating at local restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Visit the Recoleta Cemetery
This iconic cemetery is home to some of Argentina's most famous figures, including Eva Peron. Take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the cemetery and its famous inhabitants.
Explore La Boca
This colorful neighborhood is home to some of the city's most vibrant street art and architecture. Take a stroll down Caminito, the most famous street in La Boca, and explore the galleries, restaurants, and shops.
Visit the Teatro Colon
This iconic opera house is one of the most important cultural institutions in Buenos Aires. Take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the theater and its many performances.
Take a Tango Lesson
Buenos Aires is the birthplace of the tango, and there are plenty of places to take a lesson. Learn the basics of the dance and then head out to one of the city's many milongas (tango clubs) to practice your new moves.
Visit the Palermo Neighborhood
This trendy neighborhood is home to some of the city's best restaurants, bars, and shops. Take a stroll through the cobblestone streets and explore the many boutiques and cafes.
Explore the San Telmo Neighborhood
This historic neighborhood is home to some of the city's oldest buildings and cobblestone streets. Take a stroll through the neighborhood and explore the many antique shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Visit the MALBA Museum
This modern art museum is home to some of the most important works of Latin American art. Take a guided tour to learn more about the museum's collection and its many exhibitions.
Take a Day Trip to Tigre
This small town is located just outside of Buenos Aires and is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the region. Take a boat ride through the Delta and explore the many islands and canals.
Yes, Buenos Aires is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to avoid walking alone at night, keep your valuables secure, and be aware of pickpockets.
Yes, Buenos Aires is generally safe at night. However, it is important to take the same precautions you would in any large city, such as avoiding dark alleys and being aware of your surroundings.