Land in any sprawling metropolis as a traveler and finding your through the maze of restaurants, foods, potential language differences and neighborhoods is always a daunting task. That’s where a parrilla food tour can help in Buenos Aires, specifically THE “Parrilla Tour.” Certainly we expected good food and drink on our Parrilla Tour, but what we got was so much more. Over three hours walking between four establishments in a central Buenos Aires neighborhood, our vivacious guide German Landa taught us everything from how to eat an empanada to how to pronounce “parrilla” (meaning barbeque or grill) like a...Read More
Trekking Patagonia. Whatever guidebook you read, this South American region most certainly is on the “to-do list” of any mountain or outdoor person. Arthur Kudelka, director of the service department for outdoor footwear brand LOWA, headed to Argentina in 2017 and shares his journal and amazing photos with us, and, as a result, you.Read More
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