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Traditions and Culture of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, the vibrant capital city of Argentina is rich in cultural traditions thar reflects its history. These traditions are deeply ingrained in the fabric of everyday life and are celebrated thought various festivals, rituals and customs and we want to show you some of them:


You probably heart about the mate, Argentinians drink mate at every time at any hours. It is an integral part of Argentine culture and social life, often shared among friends and family in a ritualistic manner. Drinking mate is a symbol of friendship, hospitality, and camaraderie. Visitors to Buenos Aires can join locals in parks or plazas to partake in a mate circle and experience this cherished tradition firsthand.


A passionate and seductive dance that originated in the city’s working-class neighborhoods in the late 19th century. Tango is not just a dance but a cultural phenomenon, with its own music, fashion, and etiquette.
You can experience the essence of Tango by attending to milongas or tango classes during your stay in Buenos Aires.

“The Tango is Argentine, but it belongs to all those who understand its feelings and its codes.”


For Argentinians asado is a culinary tradition that take place in the hearts of all Argentinian. You can try different cuts of meat like “asado banderita”, vacio, bife de chorizo, among others. Asados are so specials because of the event of meeting with friends and family to enjoy a delicious food live conversation and a glass of wine.
You can try asado in many restaurants of Argentina that offer the traditional asado experience.


Argentina is home to some of the country’s most iconic football clubs such as Boca Juniors and River Plate. Attending a live football match at one of these legendary stadiums, such as La Bombonera or El Monumental, is an exhilarating experience that immerses visitors in the fervent atmosphere of Argentine football culture.

These are just a few of the many traditions that make Buenos Aires a captivating destination.

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