Rosario Approves Construction Of New Indoor Arena

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, competitiveness, real estate, tourism

The City of Rosario is one step closer to having a state-of-the-art indoor arena to host major concerts, sporting events and the growing number of major conferences and expos that Argentine cities are playing host to annually. Impulso Negocios says the absence of such a facility was long viewed as a competitive disadvantage for Rosario compared to cities like Buenos …

VanityBA: Gorgeous Uruguay Lands On The Cover of Vogue

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, lifestyle, uruguay, vanityba

In the world of fashion, you know you’ve made it when you land on the cover of Vogue, so the new issue is some serious Manhattan validation for one gorgeous rising star…Uruguay. Vogue chose Uruguay as the background for the May issue with celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino capturing the natural beauty of Uruguay, a polo match, the rolling hills …

VanityBA: Palermo The Preferred Destination For Buenos Aires Dining

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, buenos aires events, global rankings, lifestyle, tourism, vanityba

When it comes to dining out, the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is far and away the favorito gastronomico for locals, according to a recent poll conducted at the Buenos Aires Market food fair. According the La Nacion’s Angeles Castro, 53.5% of all respondents said they prefer dining out in Palermo. In fact, Palermo took the top three spots in …

Sofitel Casino Carrasco Opens A New Chapter of Luxury In Montevideo

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, aruba, creative class, foreign investment, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay

The highly anticipated re-opening of one of Montevideo’s most beautiful landmarks finally took place last evening, a historic event symbolizing triumph over adversity and the undeniable appeal of Uruguay for foreign investors. On a beautiful Thursday evening in Carrasco, hundreds of invited guests, foreign dignitaries and proud Montevideanos gathered at the hotel’s entrance enjoying the sounds of the Philharmonic, champagne …

Renovated Buenos Aires Subway Line Puts The “A” In Artwork

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, ba government, buenos aires events, creative class, culture, real estate, tourism

The “A” Line of the Buenos Aires Subte reopens this week, and new Chinese trains aren’t the only upgrade passengers will notice along the century-old subway line. The seventeen stops from Carabobo to Plaza de Mayo will look more like underground art galleries than subway stations, according to La Nacion’s Laura Rocha. All “A” Line stations have been scrubbed, patched, …