by Lily Heise for Context Travel Blog
At first glance, the widespread metropolis of Buenos Aires might come across as an impossible feat to tackle. However, with its mainly grid layout of avenidas and calles and with many of the main historic sites a short walking distance apart, the fret of this geographical challenge lessens. Nevertheless, you’ll find many of the city’s best museums and fascinating neighborhoods such as Palermo and La Boca located outside the city’s core, therefore, you will surely need to use another mode of transportation other than walking during your stay. With this in mind, we’ve pulled together some tried and tested tips to help you navigate the city like a local. Read the full article on how to get around Buenos Aires.