Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina… the land of empanadas, tango, asado and Malbec! We had nearly a week to explore this vast city and I feel like we only skimmed the surface. Here is a glimpse into our adventure, which began at La Recoleta Cemetery. I would have never guessed that I would happily spend over an hour in a cemetery, leaving in awe of how beautiful it is. It was the perfect ominous day, with a thunderstorm approaching in the background.


The from neon to hand-painted storefronts everything was unique, you never knew what you were going to find around the next corner. Highly recommend Jazmin Chebar in Palermo for shopping.

EMPANADAS! La Cocina, order the Pikachu. A great quaint place to grab lunch or an afternoon snack, with a good mix of locals and tourists.


Our last stop of the trip was Floreria Atlantico, one of The World’s 50 Best Bars 2018. Upon entering through an operating flower shop you proceed downstairs through the cooler. You then find yourself in a very welcoming cozy environment. I would recommend tucking into a bar spot, where you can watch the bartenders make their beautiful drinks. Don’t leave without checking out the restroom, trust me.