- Argentina’s official web site
- Buenos Aires official web site
- Buenos Aires general info
- Weather report
- Info about roads and distances along the country

- Permits to shoot in Buenos Aires (BAset)

- Film Commission of Argentina
- Guide to Film and video supplies

- Camera & Light Rental

- High Definition equipment rental

Free time
- Museo de Arte Latinoamericano
- Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
- Time out Buenos Aires

Before making your reservation don’t hesitate in consulting  for better rates.

Five stars
- Alvear Palace Hotel
- Faena Hotel+Universe
- Madero Sofitel
- Four Seasons Buenos Aires
- Hilton Buenos Aires
- Hotel Marriott Plaza
- Sheraton Libertador Buenos Aires
- Sofitel Buenos Aires

Three and Four
- Own Hotels
- NH Latino

Apart Hotels
- Loi Suites
- Buenos Aires Design Suites

Hip Bed and Breakfast
- Esplendor Palermo

- Restaurant’s guide
- Narda Comedor
- El Santa Evita @Elsantaevita
- Parrilla Don Julio
- Urondo Bar.

My favourite in town
I wouldn’t go back home without visiting a few places in Buenos Aires. As you probably have the last ten minutes before running to the airport, let me suggest only some “musts”.

Restaurant Pan & Teatro. A 20 minute cab drive from downtown, one of the warmest places to taste Argentinean food. Candles, a piano man and nice paintings accompanying your dinner in a beautiful old house.
Las Casas & Muñiz

Restó. at Central de Arquitectos. A little place to have lunch with excellent “author” food. A nice combination of textures, colours and flavours.
Montevideo 938.

Design stores in “La Placita de Palermo Viejo”. Only weekends in the afternoon. Crowdy but unique. The best place to pick gifts for everyone. Clothes, accessories, art and craft designed by young artists for a convenient price. The stalls are placed in different pubs around the Plaza.
Honduras & Serrano

FERIA DE MATADEROS 40 minutes cab drive from downtown, a good example of local goods: you can experiment a gaucho’s horse race on the streets, couples enjoying typical dances, great food cooked in barbeques at your eye, and many stalls to buy leather, wool, mates, liquors and other representative stuff.
Avenida de los Corrales & Lisandro de la Torre

MALBA Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires. The newest museum in town, showing a great contemporary architecture and a very good collection of art. Gift shop for your delicate taste.
Av. Figueroa Alcorta & San Martín de Tours

TANGO Nothing about shows. Go directly to a milonga – dance ballroom – where you’ll listen to good tango, enjoy your sight with the real dancing couples of Buenos Aires and demonstrate your own skills up to dawn.

- Parakultural - Salón Canning. Scalabrini Ortiz 1331
- Sunderland. Lugones 3161
- Confiteria Ideal. Suipacha 384


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