La Boca is one of the most well-known photography spots in Buenos Aires. Photos of the colourful houses of the barrio are what you’ll see on every tourist information leaflet. The colourful houses are actually conventillos – tenant houses, where hundreds of immigrant families lived in the 19th century. They were painted in the 60s
One of the trendiest areas of Buenos Aires, Palermo Soho doesn’t lack colour or style. Located in the barrio of Palermo – the largest barrio in Buenos Aires – the area is pretty easy to find. Palermo’s quirky walls have been transformed into attention-grabbing graffiti murals, creating plenty of opportunities for photos that stand out.
Just an hour away from Baires, you’ll find the small, quaint town of Tigre, which is perfect not only for photography, but also for escaping the noise of the city. Take a stroll along the river and you’ll find plenty of picturesque scenery to photograph, such as the spectacular houses built on the river bank,
Often referred to as the bohemian part of town, the borough of San Telmo is full of charming little corners perfect for photography. Lose yourself in the narrow, cobbled streets of the oldest borough in Buenos Aires, and you’ll stumble upon plenty of antique shops and crumbly, but very photogenic buildings. Here are some of
For ghostly photos of grandiose mausoleums, make your way to the impressive Cementerio de la Recoleta. Tombstones from hundreds of years ago rest at this extraordinary graveyard – many of them severely eaten away by time. Here are some of our favourite shots from Cementerio de la Recoleta. The cemetery is a home to hundreds