When we use the term "folklorist" in a broader sense, we are generally referring to the idea of the picturesque, as ascribed to a legend or fact, or even to a human attitude that is rather curious or extravagant. The idea of "color" is also associated with folklore, perhaps because the gaudiest events as historical recreations are resplendent with the showiest hues. Since these are the most appeal events, folklore may rightfully be called the color of tourism. Be inspired by our color of tourism!
Art and culture is everywhere: the sculptures in parks, the Latin American masterpieces in galleries and museums, or the tango melodies that soar out of a cafe's window... But to understand and feel it, there is nothing better than meeting the artisans of this creative world. Take time to soak in the Tango culture by visiting a milonga, a dance hall where Porteños will dance tango during their lunch break from work. Or assist to a professional soccer game or polo match, the Argentines are world-beaters at both! Or live and breathe Football attending at the local derby's such as Boca Juniors and River Place. You prefer opera, ballet or classical music concerts? Then attend a performance at the Teatro Colon, ranked by National Geographic as the third best Opera House in the world. If the culinary arts are appealing, consider a cooking workshop while in Buenos Aires.