We are currently in Buenos Aires, one of our favourite cities in the world. We grew up in Argentina and love to come back. Argentina for us is all about poetry, art and theatre. We come back as much as we can to visit and to get together with our friends and family and go to our favourite places.
Fragrance Combining™: Our must have
fragrance is always Out & Bergamot Cologne
Intense, we both use it as our base scent.
But Ariel Dieguez combines it with English Oak
& Hazelnut Cologne, to give the strength of the
English forest in the humid city of Buenos Aires.
Whilst Ariel Medeiro likes to combine it with
Lime Basil & Mandarin Cologne, to give it that
citrus sparkle for a long day of walks and fun
times with friends and family. For night time,
we like to change it up slightly, the base is still
Oud & Bergamot Cologne Intense with Incense
& Cedrat Cologne Intense because it’s both
seductive and mysterious.
I combine Oud & Bergamot Cologne Intense with Lime Basil
& Mandarin Cologne, to give it that citrus sparkle for a long
day of walks and fun times with friends and family.
Our top five things to do in Buenos Aires are:
1. Visit the European inspired architecture in the streets of the Recoleta District - it shows how diverse a community Buenos Aires is, it makes you think that you are walking around a Parisian neighbourhood like Montmartre or Le Marais.
2. We love to go for afternoon tea in the beautiful gardens of the Duhau Palace – we make sure to visit every time we come home. It’s a lovely spot to catch up with friends over a lazy afternoon.
3. Don’t miss sunset at the Cristal Bar on the 32nd floor of the Alvear Icon Hotel: the most stunning views in town.
4. Spend time in the Palermo neighbourhood, and the streets close to the Dorrego Square. Here is where you’ll see the latest trends with lots of nice places to enjoy a coffee. On a Sunday head to Defensa Street, in San Telmo. It’s full of antique shops and you’ll always see a couple dancing tango to the rhythm of an accordion- it’s the proper Argentinian experience!
5. Buenos Aires is considered to be one of the capital cities of theatre in the world. We love going to the Colon Theatre to enjoy classic performances, as well as the modern takes of opera and ballet performances.