Ready, juicy or cooked? What is the best cooking point of the roast?
While most Argentines like roast, meat cooking points are often a point of discussion among diners.
Corrientes: the pilgrimage to the Virgin of Itati
The pilgrimage to the Virgin of Itatí, in Corrientes, takes place every year in July. Meet this beautiful tradition of
The duck, the Argentine national sport
Did you know there is a national sport? No, it's not football, it's not basketball or hockey. It's the duck.
The Lord of the Peña, faith and tradition
In the midst of an almost desert landscape in the province of La Rioja, is the Lord of the Peña,
Popular Corsican “Matecito”: an Entrerrian tradition
One of the most typical celebrations in the province of Entre Ríos are the popular Corsos. We'll tell you what
Slaughterhouses Fair: a sample of our culture
The Mataderos Fair is a sample of the popular and traditional culture of our country. A must-see for locals and
Why do you take cane with rough every first of August?
I discovered how this ancient tradition that comes from the native peoples of America emerges and is based on.
The sulky, traditional transportation in Argentina
Do you know what sulky is? We tell you a bit about its history and Simoca, the National Capital of
The dress of the gaucho
The gaucho dress is something iconic in our traditions. We tell you what it consists of and what uses it