If you want to really understand the vibe of the city, you need to get lost in the Recoleta. An amazing neighborhood, full of stores and beautiful architecture.
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This place is like a suburb for dead people! The rich and famous are still neighbours even once they are dead. It really should be seen to be believed. Don't believe anything you read on the website - it is never accurate. I turned up...More
We went out walking the streets of Recoleta and the architecture is awesome, reminds me of European cities. After walking a while we came to the cemetery, the tombs and all the statues are amazing. I would recommend putting this place on your list of...More
It's very nice to stroll the streets of this area. Shopping, bars, cafes, one after the other. One of the nicest areas of Buenos Aires. A great location for easy access to the sights and hot spots.
We walked the streets of Recoleta several times. Wonderful architecture similar to what you would find in European capitals.
The guided tour we took (led by Free Walking Tours) was fascinating. Our guide, Francisco, was informative and entertaining. We did the paid tour (AR$150 each) in English. It's every day Mon-Fri at 3pm. Well worth it.
Spent 3 weeks here as our base in the city, lots of restaurants, cafes, green grocers, drug stores, everything you need to be comfortable