BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Heavy Thunderstorm (ASMR Umbrella City Rain Sound) WALKING TOUR【4K】☔️🇦🇷

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Heavy Thunderstorm (ASMR Umbrella City Rain Sound) WALKING TOUR【4K】☔️🇦🇷


Welcome to Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷 So, is it better to walk or run in the rain? I prefer to walk ☂️ this walking tour was not planned fortunately, the storm finds me ready,
with the camera and an umbrella Today we’re walking from Larreta
Museum to Barrancas de Belgrano this electric storm gets
bigger in a few minutes This avenue it’s called Juramento somehow, rain makes the
big cities feel more natural Right now the temperature
it’s about 89.6°F or 32°C this neighborhood it’s called Belgrano There are more walking tours of Buenos Aires
and many cities around world on the channel This street it’s called O’Higgins It’s getting darker and it
will rain really hard soon ⚡️ So what’s your Buenos Aires story? I read all the comments so don’t
be shy and say something! Buenos Aires is Argentina’s big,
cosmopolitan capital city This is an interesting city
that worth to visit someday Buenos Aires combines faded European
grandeur with Latin passion Population it’s about
2.900.000 people The City of Buenos Aires has 48
districts or barrios (neighborhoods) Buenos Aires means fair winds,
or literally good airs, in Spanish Be sure to subscribe to Wanna Walk
New videos each week around the world 😉 Facebook, Instagram and Patreon:
WannaWalk.YouTube The official city name is Ciudad Autónoma de
Buenos Aires but locals calls its ‘capital federal’ Buenos Aires It is one of the
largest cities in Latin America This city it’s the point of departure for
traveling to the rest of the country People from Buenos Aires are called
‘porteños’ meaning “people from the port” The city is geographically contained inside the province of Buenos Aires but is autonomous politically The city it’s 19 km (12 mi) from north to south
and 18 km (11 mi) from east to west This street it’s called La Pampa Together with its metropolitan area called
Great Buenos Aires has about 15 million people This is Avenida Cabildo Buenos Aires receives 3.1 million
tourists from all over the world a year Argentina it’s a huge country with a great variety
in cultures, all with their own character Buenos Aires has one of Latin America’s
biggest LGBT communities 🏳️‍🌈 What makes Argentina special? It’s a nation of spectacular
natural wonders The glaciers and mountains of Patagonia are
splendorous and the waterfalls in Iguazu The Tango, the dance that is sweeping
the world, was born here in Buenos Aires Have some good Buenos Aires travel tips? Do you know that you can know
how far away was that lightning? After you see a flash of lightning, count the
number of seconds until you hear the thunder The last one was almost
10 seconds after the lighting For every 5 seconds the
storm is one mile away That means this lighting was
about 2 miles from this place ⚡️ Nice place to leave the car 🥴 Some influential people of Argentina:
(in no particular order) Eva Peron, Maradona, Leo Messi
Viggo Mortensen, Pope Francis Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Jorge Luis Borges, Che Guevara, Carlos Gardel, among many others Do you know any other? I counted 6 seconds now. That means
the storm it’s getting closer Now it’s really raining Some people walk in the rain,
others just get wet When it’s the best moment
to visit Buenos Aires? The weather in Buenos Aires is ideal in
fall (Mar-May) and spring (Sept-Nov) This is an old Catholic school called:
Our Lady of Mercy Be sure to subscribe to Wanna Walk
and share this video on social networks! When it rains in Buenos Aires, it pours It also tends to rain all day,
forget about a passing shower One of my favorite things to do
when it rains like this is walk random ☂️ What’s yours? Anyway, most people I know would
prefer to stay at home watching Netflix To walk in the rain it’s fantastic just be sure to wear
shoes that won’t get damaged if they get wet In Buenos Aires, loose
sidewalk tiles are an epidemic Buenos Aires has more bookstores
per capita than any other city in the world There are bookstores everywhere you turn Some bookstores are open 24 hours a day! A must see bookstore it’s called ‘Ateneo’
(there is a video on the channel about that place) You’ve likely heard of this one, regularly ranked as
one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world The human body is largely made of water, and yet, many
feel uncomfortable walking in the rain and getting wet I think there is something special
about walking alone in the rain Walking mindfully in the rain is a great
opportunity to get closer to our true nature This is an important intersection:
Av. Cabildo & Av. Federico Lacroze This street it’s called:
Av. Federico Lacroze Can you smell rain coming? Some people can smell the ‘petrichor’ which it’s the
earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil Should I cross? I don’t want to ruin my new sneakers 😅 I’m tempted to take a break
and have a coffee but let’s continue! What are the things to do when it is raining?
Let me know in the comments please A few ideas: You can sit by the window and enjoy down pouring
of your yard, garden, office with a good coffee ☕️ You can grab a good book to
read with a pot of steaming tea If you are a wanderer, you can go on a
long drive, play good music in your car Netflix binge-watching or marathon
viewing it’s always a good idea Rainy days are an awesome opportunity to go
explore since everyone is going home to watch tv How much rain is considered a flood? Two or three inches of rain per hour
creates some minor street flooding These lights looks beautiful My snickers are already
wet so let’s cross Puddle jumping 🏆 This street it’s called:
11 de Septiembre de 1888 Buenos Aires has an average of about
1150 mm or 45 in of rainfall per year And about 95 mm or
3.8 in of rain per month As you can see, this is an
elegant and residential zone Sign says:
Philippines Embany’s Property Based on Google Maps, we are now
walking in Palermo neighborhood there are many embassies in this
area and the architecture it’s stunning This street it’s called Olleros For these who want to know, this video has
been recorded using a GoPro Black 4K 60 FPS All my equipment it’s waterproof
down to 10m or 33ft 🐠 Im also using a special microphone
RØDE to record the sound of the rain Be sure to subscribe to Wanna Walk
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patreon.com/WannaWalk So far, whats your favourite
part of the video and why? We are now crossing:
Av. Luis María Campos Bad day for your car to break
in the middle of the street 🚙 This street it’s called:
Soldado de la Independencia We are now crossing:
Av. Federico Lacroze The Buenos Aires Metro was the
first in South America, opened in 1913 Buenos Aires is one of the largest metropolises in
South America and tourist destination of great interest This watch repair store looks really
strange, it looks like frozen in time We are now crossing:
Teodoro García St This is how you usually
cross a street in Argentina Buenos Aires is the city with more
soccer stadiums in the world ⚽️ What Makes Buenos Aires
the Paris of South America? This city has a strong European feel thanks to the
many European immigrants, most from Spain and Italy Most landmarks were built when Argentina
was one of the wealthiest countries in the world They used Europe and specially
Paris for inspiration Buenos Aires has a little bit of any European city,
not only Paris. Its architecture is eclectic We are now crossing Zabala St Academicism architecture, that can be found mainly
in Recoleta, Retiro and Barrio Norte neighbourhoods That area resembles Paris incredibly
because it was designed from scratch In Argentina everybody seems to kiss
everybody in the cheek as a greeting This could be strange at first (specially being a men
and being kissed by another barely known men 👀 I only saw this particular habit in South Italy,
culture that has a lot in common with Argentina We are now crossing Virrey Loreto So it’s Buenos Aires safe? Yes, for South American standards, it’s a safe city With common sense Buenos Aires is not a dangerous
city, most common crime is probably pickpocketing I has been recording and taking photos and never had
a problem but you are warned to be alert to street crime This guy didn’t see the red light? 🚦 We are now crossing Virrey del Pino St There is a pretty cool video on the channel
showing this area and the new train station As you can see, it is
an area of high traffic We are now crossing La Pampa St Ahead we have the Buenos Aires Chinatown
and there is a video showing it on the channel This beautiful park it’s called Barrancas de Belgrano
and it has a slope that makes this park unique It was told that the park wa
totally renewed months ago There’s tango night once or twice a week
and many people gather here under a pergola There are neighbors meetings too, where
they discuss the situation in the area I would totally recommend you to
visit this park in a sunny day ☀️ That’s the new train station Juramento and there
is a video on the channel showing the inauguration if you enjoyed this video please share
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  1. Without offending anyone, Mexican cities are superior to those in the rest of Latin America. I am a traveler and many people from Europe and Asia agree with me

  2. Hola amigo. ¿Como estuvo el recorrido de nuestra hermosa ciudad? Espero que la hayas pasado bien conociéndola.
    PD: Te recomiendo que recorras Villa Lugano, es uno de los barrios más bonito que existe en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Hasta la próxima!

  3. Well I just learned something. I didn't know the smell of rain had a name – Petrichor. This is my favourite walking channel by far.

  4. Hello! I read all your comments so
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  5. здрасти а мне понравилось хорошее видео бо больше таких

  6. Me gusta cuando giras la cámara y mostras los diferentes cafés , restaurantes ,tiendas y algún edificio con bella arquitectura ,deberías hacerlo más ,es lo que hacemos las personas cuando caminamos distendidos ,observar todo … Que bueno giraste por Lacroze ,ya vimos mucho de avenida Cabildo

  7. Which is bigger: greater Buenos Aires or Greater Rio?

    They are about the same size, and each source tells me something different

    Cual es más grande: la Gran BBAA o la regióm metropolitana de Rio?

    Las dos urbes tienen aproximadamente el mismo tamaño. La información varia según la fonte.

  8. Hola Wanna, leyendo los comentarios, de todo tipo, tengo la certeza de que debes seguir haciendo lo que te venga en gana, gracias por mostrar, el andante sos vos… creo que fue la tormenta de tardes pasadas, saludos 👍☔🍀

  9. Che me re copan tus videos! Consulta me llama la atención lo bien filmado que estan sobretodo porq estan bien estabilizado, y la calidad de la imagen. Que camara usas? que es una Go-Pro? 😮 Saludos!

  10. hola amigo… decime cuando visitas PARAGUAY??? yo se que no ahy mucho que ver en PARAGUAY, pero para que la gente conozca mas nomas… LA NUEVA COSTANERA POR EJEMPLO…. avísame yo te recibo por aqui….. y te doy alojamiento!!!!!!

  11. Hola walter nuevamente para poder darte mi opinion sobre lo que mencionas en este tu nuevo video de (Argentina) aunque esta vez sea de su capital (Buenos Aires) no la conozco en profundidad como el interior y del cual te hable en un mensaje anterior,,hoy queria referirme a lo que tu mencionas en que (Argentina) tiene la mayor comunidad (LGBT) de nuestra america latina,,lo cual para mi no es asi,, ese lugar lo ocupa (Brasil) y nuestro pequeño pais (Uruguay) es el unico de america latina en donde el apoyo a la diversidad sexual tiene niveles muy altos ademas nuestro codigo del niño y adolescencia te permite adoptar a personas (Lgbt) y el otro comentario es que (Carlos Gardel) nacio y se crio en nuestro pais por tal motivo existe el unico documento de identidad con su foto el que esta en un museo de nuestro pais,,te dire algo personal y espero que nadie se sienta ofendido pero el interior de (Argentina) es algo maravillozo y hermoso por donde uno vaya,, hay que tomarse un tiempo y recorrerlo de punta a punta para maravillarse por sus paisajes,,sus gentes,,sus costumbres,,su musica ,,perdon por dar mi opinion que es probable que muchos no esten de acuerdo,,pero adelante con tus hermozos videos felicitaciones una vez mas te saluda walter desde (Uruguay)👍🇺🇾👋🇺🇾👍

  12. All South American streets have a certain look. maybe it's just me and I travel too much but you cant mistake them for anything else

  13. se verian mejor los videos si le bajas 1 paso o 1 paso y medio de exposicion en estas condiciones

  14. No he visto todo el video porque es extenso, me gustó todo y +con lluvia !.
    Tu paraguas es transparente, como me gustan a mí. Mi padre, mirando dió con un lugar, una confitería talvez en el que una vez fueron muy amables y gentiles, ante el deseo mío de comer una ensalada, me la preparon!. Yo era una niña y estaba comenzando a extrañar sabores familiares para mí.
    Claro ….tanta lluvia, y su sonido, me trajo sueño y frío, aquí estoy bien abrigada . Te mando muchos cariños y éxitos en tu labor !!!!
    🌷

  15. So pleased to watch your videos in Argentina as my husband and I went to Buenos Aires last year recalling where we have been and walked. Thanks for the video! It would be so awesome if you walk around Bulnes! It was a nice neighborhood and lovely to walked around. my husband’s grandma grew up there 😊 keep it up!

  16. Amo Buenos Aires! Viví experiências maravilhosas lá. Quero voltar logo pra essa cidade única na América Latina. A capital mais linda de todas.

  17. Ja ja! Decís ¿una ciudad inundada ya puede ser con 7 cm de agua sobre la calle?
    Hace una década el Barrio de Belgrano que estás recorriendo se inundaba tras una tormenta y tenía entre 1 metro y 2 metros de agua!!! Buscar videos en YT. Todo colapsaba. Había traslados de las personas en kayaks. El gobierno de a Ciudad resolvió el problema con canales aliviadores y depóstos reservorios de agua. Lideró ésto el ex jefe de gobierno Mauricio Macri y ex presidente. En la campaña para la reelección presidencial 2019 contó la anécdota de la solución del problema de las inundaciones. Los periodistas le preguntaban al primer año de gobierno: ¿ cuándo iba a terminar la inundación? Él les contestaba que los primeros años de obra se seguirían inundando, pero que luego de 4 años de obras: " no se inunda más".

  18. Si es de noche tiene que ser sin lluvia. Porque aparte de que se ve todo oscuro va a haber poca gente, poca vida y queda feo de terror.

    Con lluvia solo de dia. Que hora?

  19. Buen video,muy lindas imagenes. Soy porteño y amo mi ciudad. Lo mejor del video es que no hablas, sol pones los subtitulos!!! Muchas gracias por caminar por la ciudad!!

  20. This video brought me good memories when I was teenager , I use to walk in rainy days in Buenos Aires in “ Barrio Norte “ my mom had a grocery store there and I helped her for few months from 2pm to 6pm I walked for all Barrio Norte many times in rainy days , I lived in Torcuato a small city located to 1 hour 10 minutes away to Barrio Norte , Now , I have living in USA for 19 years I love Argentina and I love USA , awesome video , greetings.
    Sorry if my English is bad , but I’m still learning every days.

  21. En toda esa caminata debiste haberte topado con al menos veinte baldosas flojas, o incluso más, jaja. Excelente video, en días asi acostumbro a andar por la ciudad en subte, sin embargo este video me hizo ver un lado no tan malo de Buenos Aires en esos momentos en que diluvia. Saludos desde La Plata!

  22. Just a tip. If you ever go to Sao Paulo, Rio or Belo Horizonte (Brasil) and starts to rain (heavily). Dont go for a walk! (Be sure you are in a dry area). You can be caught by a flood (I mean it)

  23. I loved this video a lot, and already wanted to visit there anyway in the near future sometime. Hopefully this year or 2021 I can record there too, this looks so scenic and beautiful in the rain too. I have some videos on my channel that I took in the rain as well walking around my local town area. Very nice footage, good work.

  24. Qué lindo, acá en Chile los veranos en la gran parte del país son secos, y las tormentas eléctricas son raras, así que que pase esto es algo raro. Me encanta la lluvia y la extraño en verano. T.T

  25. Have the pleasure tu visit Córdoba, it's also a very interesting city with lots to do, specially the nightlife. It doubles the size of Buenos Aires Ciudad but with less than half of the people, meaning that it's less dense. The best part is getting out from the city to the mountains. Plenty of rivers, lakes and beautiful landscapes to enjoy there. Cheers!

  26. Increible parecido a ciudad de México sentía que iba caminando por la Narvarte o por la zona de Roma pegado a reforma o condesa.

  27. me gusto que pongas subitulados en varios idiomas incluido el castellano, y me gusto que eligieras lo de la lliuvia…seguire mirando tus otros videos

  28. Buenos Aires looks like my kinda town! Hello, to all my fellow pluviophiles! May the roads rise to meet you, and the rain always be lashing outside while your inside your car! ☔️

  29. Jo que tormenta más guapa suele llover así en Argentina buenos Aires muy lindo saludos desde valencia España aquí solemos tener algunas tormentas le solemos llamar gota fría

  30. Buenos Aires siempre me ha recibido muy bien. Siempre ha sido amable y muy agradable para mí. Suelo visitarla una o 2 veces al años.

  31. You forgot something important..b aires has large grilles on its streets near the corners called storm mouths(Boca de tormenta)So that when it rains water leaks out there,so the citizen is warned not to leave rubbish near them,for not block it..

  32. Hola:
    Siempre miro tus videos desde la provincia de Entre Rios – Argentina,
    pero vivía en Buenos Aires, así que conozco mucho todos estos lugares.
    Muy bueno el video.

  33. Belgrano …. que nostalgia me trae ,viví con mis abuelos maternos un tiempo cuando era muy chica después ellos, fallecieron… recuerdo la plaza de" barrancas Belgrano " en ese entonces me parecía que la plaza estaba arriba de una montaña que bellos recuerdos.

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