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Our picks for the best hotels in Buenos Aires

04 Mar 2013 / in Argentina Tourism

Choosing accommodations in a city can be difficult if you’re not familiar with it.  Buenos Aires is an enormous city and has a huge range of hotels for all budgets, tastes, and locations you might want.  Many hotels in Buenos Aires are located in the microcentro (downtown) area of the city, but the Parrilla Tour […]

Announcing Private and Custom Parrilla Tours!

17 Jan 2013 / in Argentina Tourism, Press

By popular request we’ve recently begun offering private food tours of Buenos Aires!  While most people love our small group tours since they are a lot of fun and very social, on occasion some people want extra personal attention or a customized route.  Luckily, we can now accommodate this!             […]

How to get to Mendoza from Buenos Aires

05 Nov 2012 / in Argentina Tourism

Mendoza is a popular side trip from Buenos Aires when visiting Argentina.  Most people go to since it is the center of the booming Argentine wine industry and has hundreds of wineries to visit and taste wine at.  Mendoza is located almost directly west of Buenos Aires at the base of the Andes Mountains.  There […]

Parrilla Tour on Honest Cooking

25 Sep 2012 / in Argentina Tourism, Press

We were very happy to have a review of Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires featured on the popular food blog Honest Cooking.  The site was named the Best Food Blog in 2012 by Saveur Magazine. The author of the article wrote that “Overall I’m not sure what the best part of the walking tour was.  Getting […]

Colonia, Uruguay Tips and Advice

10 Sep 2012 / in Argentina Tourism, Things to do

Many people that visit Buenos Aires decide to take a side trip to Colonia de Sacramento, Uruguay, a small colonial city just a short ferry ride across the river from Argentina.  On our food tours I’m commonly asked if I recommend the city and I always say both yes and no!  The town is a […]

The best of the Buenos Aires Activity Listings

03 Jul 2012 / in Argentina Tourism

One of the reasons I love living in Buenos Aires so much is the incredible number of activities and cultural events that happen year round; many of which are free or very inexpensive.  The cultural offerings in this city can compete with any city in the world.  When I want to know what’s going on […]