Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  1. Nwoodby
    14 Jan 2018
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    The nightlife scene in Buenos Aires is insane-it doesn’t even get started until 4AM! I went to Buenos Aires with a group of friends while in Business school, some of whom had been to Buenos Aires before and knew the deal when it came to nightlife. You will finds that dinners start extremely late (9 or 10PM) and after having a steak so late you will probably need a nap. After taking a 2hr nap, we started getting ready to go out around 2AM and got to the club around 4PM with the goal of staying out until the sun came out (which we successfully did). After the let out around 7AM we got some food and went back to get a few hours of sleep before taking on the next day.

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    Christyn_
    11 Dec 2017
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    Buenos Aires is my second home, I studied abroad there for 7 months. Looking back, I miss so much about this city. Argentine empanadas are the best empanadas in the world. Dulce de leche, choripan, alfajores, parrilla…I could go on. I really recommend learning about the countries history and going slightly outside of the city to El Rio Tigre for a day. The market in Plaza Francia in Recoleta was my favorite to buy artesian souvenirs. Buenos Aires is such a vibrant city, I fully recommend spending a few days in the city and then exploring other parts of the country!

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