The city associated with Buenos Aires is enjoying an unique year with its designation as Ibero-American Capital of Gastronomic Culture. Vacationers will now be able to join free excursions alongside locals and get an insider’ s view of the city’ ersus restaurants and eateries, including perennial favourites and hot new breakthroughs.
The tours will be held at on the third Saturday of each 30 days at 5pm, each one focussing on the particular neighbourhood and theme, plus accompanied by a different specialist. March’ t edition will be guided by the exclusive bartender Federico Cuco, a Buenos Aires celebrity and icon for your city’ s trendy young residents.
Throughout the year tourists is going to be taken everywhere from traditional The spanish language style taverns, Italian stone stove pizzerí as, Argentine asado homes (the national style of cooking meats over red hot coal) and far, much more… all with an focus on understanding the history, evolution and preparing of each cuisine.
Gonzalo Robredo, Executive Director of ENTUR, said: “ Gastronomic tourism is definitely an area with huge potential for Buenos Aires. The city’ s conventional cuisine offer both world famous meats and dishes from immigrant towns. Most traditionally these have been Italian language and Spanish with some other affects, but in recent years we have incorporated the very best of Latin American cuisine, Japan and more”.
Mister Robredo added: “ I believe that people are at a key moment which includes gastronomic development and technological advancement, leading to the constant creation of new meals, and making Buenos Aires a genuine culinary leader in Latin The united states. ”