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San Telmo Travel Guide

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The Lost Mackenzie

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Shopping in Buenos Aires

On a neighborhood-by-neighborhood shopping excursion in Argentina’s style-obsessed capital, Lynn Yaeger finds enough trinkets to fill an extra suitcase—or two.

World's Coolest Bazaars

Hunt for that perfect souvenir and soak up the scene at these cool bazaars, flea markets, and souks.

The Best Foodie Getaways

These foodie itineraries—be it barbecue in Texas or Michelin-starred restaurants in France—are guaranteed to satisfy your hunger.

San Pedro Telmo’s Vintage Flea Market

Vintage finds are where it’s at when shopping San Pedro Telmo’s flea market.

World's Most Spectacular Pedestrian Bridges

Pedestrian bridges are going to cool new heights, turning the need to get from here to there into an adventure.

Buenos Aires: Best New Venues

From art deco mansions to historic restaurants, a series of renovations has created great new hotels and restaurants in Buenos Aires.

A-List 2010: World's Top Travel Agents

T+L evaluated thousands of travel agents to create this highly selective list just for you.

World's Sexiest Hotel Showers

Design-forward hotel showers—with tech savvy touches or incredible views—that make a room worth booking.
HOTELS

The Cocker

Ever since it opened in 2003, this tiny hotel in the historic, hostel-heavy San Telmo neighborhood has been crazily popular. Each of the five rooms in the restored Art Nouveau townhouse is uniquely... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Desnivel

One of the joys of dining in Buenos Aires is that virtually any restaurant with a grill can crank out the best beef you’ve ever tasted. This no-frills parrilla is a perfect example of... more ›


ACTIVITIES

HB Antiques

As Recoleta mansions were carved into progressively smaller apartments after World War II, the city found itself awash in Art Deco furniture sold by rich Porteños who’d seen their... more ›


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