In this vlog Alex and Marko show you what to do in Buenos Aires, by exploring two of the most classic neighborhoods in Argentina’s capital – San Telmo & Buenos Aires!

We eat asado, dance tango, and drink Argentine wine as we learn about this vibrant city!


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Places we visited:
+ Cafe La Poesia:
+ Parrilla Desnivel:
+ Mercado San Telmo:
+ La Boca Neighborhood:


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This film was made with:
– Sony A7rii:
– Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera:
– Sony 24-70mm F4 Vario Tessar Lens
– Sony 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 Zoom Lens
– Sony Cyber Shot RX100iv
– DJI Inspire 1 Drone (2 Controller)
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– Go Pro Accessory Kit:
– Promaster CX525 Tripod:
– Promaster Superlite 3-Way Head:
– SDXC 64GB Memory Sticks:
– Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Mike:
– Zoom H1 Portable Digital Recorder:
– Joby GP3 GorillaPod:
– Pico Flex Table Dolly:
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  1. 9:27 I'd never heard anyone pronounce the word 'divisive' like that. I've just googled it and it seems that that's actually one of out of four possible pronunciations of that word in American English. The more you know…

  2. Dont know if someone mentioned, is not about a saint, is because, Santa Maria del Buen Ayre, ("Holy Mary of the Fair Winds"), yes, there is a statue of the virgin in Sardinia, but many Andalusian (like the guy who first founded the city) sailors as well as Sardinian sailors were devoted to her and pray to get fair winds to sail. Italians came much later.

  3. Hola escribo desde italia estoy buscando parientes italo argentini la familia sottolana Vittorio d onofrio giuseppina

  4. As someone born and raised in Buenos Aires, I'm ashamed to say i didn't know quite a few things Marko told and I love the way they describe the people and city in general. I hope you guys come back soon so I can get to meet, you. You are awesome.
    PS: watching your spanish Q&A I freaked out with how good your Spanish is! and even more when Marko said our "rioplatense" accent was his favourite

  5. Argentines are descended from all over Europe and all over the world. While Spain and Italy produced the largest number of immigrants, there were also substantial numbers of Jewish (Ashkenazi and Sephardi), Polish, Russian, British, French, Portuguese, German, and American (mostly of British descent) immigrants that came to Argentina. Far more Italians went to Brazil and Argentina than went to the United States.

  6. Hi! I'm from Buenos Aires and a Spanish friend is visiting me soon. I'd like to know which parrilla did "el laucha" take you to, so I can take my friend there. Thank you!!!

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