Like all great metropolises, Buenos Aires has a thriving street art scene. We took a tour of some of the best graffiti the city has to offer.
Groups of shouting Brazilians, skyscraper window cleaners, gallery-worthy graffiti, costumed kings and queens roaming the streets… you never know what picture opportunities are going to present themselves when you step out. Now that fall has begun, Buenos Aires has changed a little. Kids are back to school, and people are back to work… luckily for us, the city’s compelling beauty stays the same!
You can’t go wrong with this unique hostel perfectly located in the heart of Monserrat, near San Telmo and the Plaza de Mayo with the Casa Rosada. The hostel is in an old mansion with a vibrant, colorful interior based on urban street art. But the main reason to chose this hostel is the rooftop bar. They also offer events like tango lessons, Spanish lessons, city tours, asados and trips across the river to Uruguay.