Retiro: Buenos Aires' past and present
A hotch-potch of high-end hotels, grand buildings, market stalls, and the city’s busiest bus and train terminals give pace and panache to the neighborhood of Retiro.
How to create motion in a photograph
The “Avenida 9 de Julio” is a wide river of cars and noise in downtown Buenos Aires. The Avenida flows day and night and as a pedestrian you don’t have any business there. The challenge as a photographer is: how can I capture it?
On Plaza de Mayo, the Mothers keep on marching
Thursday, 3 pm, Plaza de Mayo. There is hardly a bigger contrast imaginable than between the Barbie clones with their facelifts and Gucci sunglasses strolling around Buenos Aires' public parks and the very down-to-earth somber mothers of the Plaza de Mayo.
The dance that defines a city
It is the intense nightlife, with tango as its undisputed king, which defines the Buenos Aires experience. The tango will teach you more about Argentina's capital than any guidebook ever could.
How colors changed a shabby street in Buenos Aires
When you say Buenos Aires, you say ambiente. Walking through the most colorful street in the city, Caminito in La Boca, the magical atmosphere of Buenos Aires comes out.