Every Wednesday night it is movie night in Buenos Aires! BA Plan organizes outdoor cinema nights in Palermo. It’s in the host’s backyard. There are mattresses, pillows and blankets for guests where they can lay comfortably while an Argentinean film with English subtitles will be shown underneath the stars. There is also a pool in the backyard for people who like to watch movies and swim at the same time.
The price is $120 pesos and this includes one beer and popcorn. For the price of $150 pesos you also get a burger or chori. (more…)
The 17th edition of the “Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente’, takes place from Wednesday the 15th of April until Saturday the 25th of April 2015. It is the most important and well-known event for independent cinema in Latin America and every year it expands even more.
Every day for 10 days you can enjoy the best national and international films in many different theaters around the city of Buenos Aires. (more…)
Over the next few months there are a few fantastic opportunities in Buenos Aires to see world-renowned music artists and groups, so here is our pick of the bunch so you don’t miss out!
In March you have:
Although it might not seem this way, there is more to Mendoza than wine. In fact, early in the year is the time for viticultural action, which will enthuse keen wine-drinkers. However, there are a number of other important reasons to visit Mendoza at this time of year.
1. Festivals, parties, Carnaval
The first weekend in March marks the first festivities, with the Fiesta Nacional de la Vendimia (Harvest Festival), whereby selected individuals from each district of the region ride on a float through the streets of the city throwing grapes into the air to the crowds below. (more…)
Puerto Madero is now littered with skyscrapers that dwarf the Museo del Humor (Muhu), a pink mansion decorated with goat and barmaid statues. It continues to hold its own in the South American capital of culture, with the city’s more famous museums, and like it’s outside decoration, does this quite extravagantly.
In fact, this young museum is carving its own market in a rich artistic field – humour. Having opened last June, it is not only keeping its head above water in the city of fine art; it is doing far more, and shows off graphic humour, cartoon, comic strip (more…)