10 Reasons you will never want to leave Buenos Aires
- November 26, 2014
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Culture
1. The asados
After leaving, you will forever be comparing any steak you eat to those in Argentina! And you will start to realise that there is no tastier steak..
You will find yourself scanning every street corner in your home town in hope of finding a restaurant selling empanadas, before realising you are no longer in BA and therefore you no longer have this luxury at your doorstep.
3. Sunny weather
It feels as if summer is almost never ending here. No one ever gets tired of waking up to blue skies and sun, right?
4. Good looking men/beautiful women
Need I say more?
5. Busy nightlife
With countless activites to do during the night, beit bars and clubs or late night museum tours or theatre shows, BA never rests and so neither do you when you are here! Going home will just reinforce how exciting this incredible city is and make you want to come back.
6. Delicious, cheap wine
Who doesn’t appreciate a good glass of wine after a long day at work or just to relax on holiday? It’s just an added bonus that its great quality and a great price!
7. Beautiful buildings and architecture
For example, El Palacio Barolo where Elebaires is located. It’s one of the famous buildings on Avenida de Mayo where many people come to look around just to see the design and architectural beauty!
8. The fierce football rivalry
You will never again see a more fierce rivalry like the one between Boca Juniors and River Plate, not only between the players but even more so between the fans. The excitement that fills the city each time these teams play is unbelievable.
9. Drinking maté
By the time you leave you will have bought five packets of maté yerba (the herbs that you drink) and calabash gourd (the cup you drink the maté out of) and the straw so you can continue the culture back at home.
10. The Argentine accent
You will leave and start to hear all the different types of Spanish accents (from Spain, Mexico, Chile, etc) and miss the smooth, elegant castellano that everyone speaks in Buenos Aires.