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Buenos Aires is a multicultural city, without doubt you can find many different things to do, el Puente de la Mujer, in Puerto Madero is one of those things, it is free, you can take good photos and maybe you want stand for a while...More
In Porto Madero, walking distance from Plaza de Mayo. Nice and futuristic bridge, with an interesting history. It reminds me some similar constructions from Dublin or Jerusalem. One in all, remarcable piece of engineering!
So this is the most important landmark in Puerto Madero. If you fancy taking some good snaps of Puerto Madero, I recommend visiting during the day, otherwise, there’s beautiful lighting at night. Around the bridge there’s tons of restaurants, but they are pricey.
I was very impressed by this bridge and I believe it to be among Calatrava's best works. It is beautifully built and located in the perfect spot, connecting Puerto Madero with the other side of the city, where most government buildings are located.
It has a nice view of the skyline from Palermo and is pretty to look at during the day but specially at night with de color lights and pier restaurants as well. But other than that is just a small walk threw bridge with design....More
Short time needed here. Nothing revolutionary or life changing. However, it is a beautiful bridge, especially at night like other posters have stated. Just need 10-15 minutes tops, then move onto the next stop.