Hello, Traveler!! I'm Paula, from Argentina. I´m the daughter of two immigrant families, a Spanish and an Irish one, maybe the reason I´ve always felt like I belonged to many places at the same time and had really enjoyed travelling all around, either a close small town or the biggest city. I’ve lived in Buenos Aires all of my life and so did my parents, by now I feel I know the city like the palm of my hand! From the most tourist attractions like the Obelisco or Caminito, to the best kept secrets spots that tend to go unnoticed and fill an afternoon with great anecdotes. ;)
I'm a 26 year old architect. I graduated this year and already want to go out from my student cave and show people around! I speak Spanish, English, Italian and I'm working on my french, I love to learn new languages, and I can teach you the basics of Spanish while on tour so you can survive :D Everyone in my family is either an artist or a musician, it's in our blood! So if you also like to jam or visit museums, you are in for a treat.
Like many latin places, I feel the people are the key factor for we are very warm and welcoming to tourists from all around the world. Since Buenos Aires is the country Capital, we always have plans to do, no matter the time on the clock! It's a very cosmopolitan city, with a cool mix of cultures and nations.
I want to share everything I learned in architecture school with anyone that wants to listen! Seriously haha. We can walk around the Historical Center on to the Economic District and end up in a small house neighbourhood. I really really like to cook, so If you wanna try some homemade empanadas or choripan, gather along!