Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rocío, 20
Translator student & Tango dancer
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What do you do and why do you do it?

I study Italian translator at the university. I love learning new languages, cultures, etc. I've chosen Italian because it's my second nationality. Also, i'm a tango dancer. I've learned other dances in my life but I got really enchanted whit tango culture. I used to make presentations but now I just enjoy dancing in social events (milongas) and such.

You’re broken hearted - what tracks does your heartbreak playlist consist of?

AM album from Arctic Monkeys; Lado Safari (MORA) full album

What are the best TV shows of all time?

Game of thrones; Outlander; House; Los simuladores; Downton Abbey;

Name some spots in Buenos Aires that are good for a Tinder date.

Any bar in Palermo neighbourhood, The coffee places around plaza Dorrego (San Telmo)

Who’s your hero and where in Buenos Aires would you take them out for a serious hang?

I'll take Emma Watson to the Tortoni coffee place to have a really long and interesting conversation.

Where do you buy those fabulous clothes of yours?

Practically everything I wear is from fairs of second-hand clothes. You can find the most gorgeous and unique things if you're a good finder.

What’s the area/ spot in town you’ll never be caught dead in?

It's hard to tell, but I guess that Caballito center is the area I handle myself better in. It's quite safe and crowded.

What’s the thing you LOVE to do in your city that you never get to do?

I'd love to tour the city on a bike, but i'm actually a little afraid of the traffic.

Which snacks can you only get in your country, and which ones do you recommend?

Vauquita is a sweet snack made of Dulce de Leche. Worth trying.

What’s the one place you think is overrated in Buenos Aires?

Antares is a now pretty famous beer place. It has locals all over the city. I think it's good but there are much betters.

What are the Buenos Aires spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?

Corrientes avenue is amazing on a weekend night; Plaza de Mayo, the historical center. Cocktails/beers in Palermo; "Caminito"and la Usina del Arte in La Boca; Recoleta museums; and you can't leave without visiting adlist one Milonga (Tango dancing place).

Tomorrow’s your last day in Buenos Aires. How do you spend it?

Walking around in San Telmo neighborhood and finishing whit a drink in El Federal (a remarkable bar). There is so much to see there!

What’s your favorite vacation city in the world and why?

My favorite vacation city is Rome because it's an outside museum. I'm in love whit their culture, their language, the people, and of course, the food.

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Maia Croizet