Take home cocktail history from Buenos Aires
Searching for a unique Argentinean souvenir? At the Plaza Dorrego in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of San Telmo, look for antique glass soda siphons that once adorned every bar top in Buenos Aires. Classic colors are green and turquoise, and they make an excellent conversation piece—over cocktails—when you get home.
Thinking of a trip to Buenos Aires? For up-to-the-minute hotel and restaurant recommendations, plus the best planning advice, check out our online Buenos Aires Travel Guide.
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