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Museum
“An impressive modern building, the MALBA contains works by Argentine greats and other Latin American masters. It regularly hosts seminars and has a small cinema for cult and art-house retrospectives.”
  • 350 personnes du coin recommandent
Musée d'art
“Housed in a hulk of a building (originally a pumping station) on the busy traffic artery of Avenida del Libertador, the National Museum of Fine Arts is a vast treasury of Argentinian and Latin American art and painting from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as one of the most important in Latin America. In the dozens of rooms you'll find heavyweight Argentinian artists. Although the emphasis here is on Latin American art, you'll also find important collections of European art and a smattering of American and Asian art. From Tuesday to Friday, 12:30pm to 8:30pm Saturday & Sunday, 9:30am to 8:30pm”
  • 285 personnes du coin recommandent
  • 1 Expérience
Centre commercial
“Main shopping center in the neighborhood. It offers a wide range of shops, even travel agencies to purchase plane tickets or bus tickets to local towns. The green subway line 'D' has its entrance right in front of the mall.”
  • 278 personnes du coin recommandent
Cimetière
“If you think of cemeteries as depressingly dark, underground affairs, Buenos Aires’ Recoleta Cemetery will turn that on its head. Considered the second most beautifuls cementery in the world (after the Pere Lechaise in Paris), the site was declared the city’s first official public burial place in 1822. Aside from being the resting place of the deceased, it is completely unlike a normal cemetery. The place is full of elaborately carved scroll-work and stately pillars that only reach up to your shoulder because all the structures are weirdly mini; it’s more magical than macabre. The burial site of Argentina’s most famous figures, including Evita herself.”
  • 329 personnes du coin recommandent
  • 3 Expériences
Jardin
“The Japanese Gardens are one of the most relaxing places in Buenos Aires. Located beside Tres de Febrero park, the site was inaugurated in 1967 to coincide with a visit by the future emperor of Japan, Akihito, and his wife Michiko. The various elements of the gardens were designed to create balance and harmony. There is a wide variety of plants, a pond with carp (koi), an island with bridges, and sculptures based on Japanese culture. The park also has a cultural center, a Japanese restaurant, a craft shop and a nursery when visitors can buy bonsai trees and other plants. There you can also eat the best sushi in Buenos Aires.”
  • 145 personnes du coin recommandent
Librairie
“Known as one of the most beautiful bookshops in the world, you can not leave Buenos Aires without visiting it. ”
  • 186 personnes du coin recommandent
  • 1 Expérience
Cultural Center
“Nice cultural place with different activities. Also located in central recoleta to add others tourist attractions like Cemetery.”
  • 118 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
“Great shopping in a beautiful historic building. Small and never crowed, good for local fashion brands, cafes, movie theatre...”
  • 115 personnes du coin recommandent
Place
“On weekends you can enjoy from a local fairy, where you can buy some of the Argentinian typical products at a good price.”
  • 144 personnes du coin recommandent
  • 3 Expériences
Pizzeria
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“Traditional pizza store. This is the way Argentine people eat pizza. You may have a seat or stand at the bar and orden "muza con fainá". ”
  • 109 personnes du coin recommandent
Musée d'art
“National decorative art museum emplaced in the former residence of the prominent Errazuriz-Alvear family. Nearby there are other impressive antique residences now serving as embassies and two parks where neighbors meet into groups for training or running .”
  • 99 personnes du coin recommandent
History Museum
“The Evita Museum (Museo Evita) is devoted to Eva Perón, one of Argentina´s most polarizing historical figures as well as the subject of the stage and film musical of the same name. A series of exhibits, including personal effects and memorabilia, chronicle Evita’s life from her childhood through her political career. The Basics Since it opened in 2002, on the 50th anniversary of Evita’s death, the museum has become one of Buenos Aires’ most popular attractions. Artifacts include a beautifully preserved selection of her clothing and personal possessions, as well as photographs, memorabilia, and video footage. Most notable is her voter card, marked Number 1: a symbol of her achievements in securing the vote for Argentine women in 1947. Last but not least, it has an excellent restaurant located beside the museum. ”
  • 92 personnes du coin recommandent
Quartier
“Recoleta is a downtown residential neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is an area of great historical and architectural interest, due to its Beaux-Arts architecture as well as the distinguished Recoleta Cemetery. It is also an important tourist destination in the city. It is also one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the city, with some of the priciest real estate in the city. The name of the neighborhood comes from the Monastery of the Recollect Fathers, members of the Franciscan Order which was established in the area at the beginning of the 18th century. They founded a monastery and a church dedicated to Nuestra Señora del Pilar with a cemetery attached. The Recoleta pathway is nearly the exact geographic center of the neighborhood, and one of its highest points in the city, which, at the end of the 19th century attracted wealthy families from the south of the city who sought to escape from the deadly yellow fever outbreak which began in 1871. From that time on, the Recoleta has been one of the most stylish and expensive neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, home to private family mansions, foreign embassies, and luxury hotels, including the Alvear Palace Hotel. The historical center of the neighborhood is the Church of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, construction of which was completed in 1732. For that reason, the neighborhood was occasionally called El Pilar. The church was originally situated at the edge of the banks that sloped down to the Río de la Plata and Manso Creek. When Buenos Aires suffered terrible cholera and yellow fever epidemics in the 1870s, the population of the city spread out to avoid the contagion. It was for that reason that, while the underprivileged classes settled in the south-southwest of the city, the most wealthy settled in the Recoleta area, where the height of the terrain reduced the presence of insects which transmitted the diseases. These families (many of which were members of the ruling national elite, considered of "noble" ancestry (although there were no noblemen in the former Hispanic territories) for having descended from respected historical figures from the period of Argentine independence), built mansions and other notable buildings in several European architectural styles of the period (many of which were demolished towards the end of the 1950s and beginning of the 1960s and once again during the 2000s). Consequently, Buenos Aires has often been referred to as the "Paris of South America". Nowadays, what is left of these traditional buildings coexist with elegant modern constructions. Together with some sections of the neighboring communities of Retiro and Palermo, Recoleta forms a part of the area known as Barrio Norte, Buenos Aires, a traditional residential zone for the city’s most affluent families, where a great portion of the cultural life of the city is concentrated. The Recoleta neighborhood is distinguished by its great cultural spaces. In addition to historical monuments, it is home to the National Fine Arts Museum or Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, the National Library of Argentina, the Recoleta Cultural Center, and other exhibition venues. Recoleta Cemetery The Recoleta Cemetery is one of the main tourist attractions in the neighborhood. It was designed by the French architect Prosper Catelin, at the request of President Bernardino Rivadavia, and was dedicated in 1822. Museums and cultural centers Next to the cemetery is the former General Juan José Viamonte Shelter, administered in the past by the Recollect Fathers. When it ceased functioning as a shelter for the indigent, it was acquired by the city and converted into the Centro Cultural Recoleta, one of the most important exhibition halls for the plastic arts in the city. 150 meters away, across Libertador Avenue, is the el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (MNBA), which holds in its permanent collection works of art by Argentine artists such as Berni and Seguí, as well as works by European masters such as Titian, Goya, Rembrandt, Gauguin, and Manet. To the east, along Posadas Street, is the Palais de Glace, which was, at the beginning of the twentieth century, an ice skating rink. It has since been turned into a multimedia exhibition center. Behind Carlos Thays Park is located the Centro Municipal de Exposiciones, which houses a wide variety of exhibitions and cultural events. Education Several of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the capital are in the Recoleta neighborhood. Among them are the Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini, the Escuela Argentina Modelo, the Scuola Edmundo de Amicis, the Colegio Champagnat, the Colegio Mallinkdrodt, the Colegio San Agustín [es] and Normal School 1, the oldest portion of which has been declared a National Monument. Many university schools are also found in Recoleta: Derecho (University of Buenos Aires School of Law), Medicina (University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine), Odontología (University of Buenos Aires School of Dentistry), and the Farmacia y Bioquímica (University of Buenos Aires Schools of Pharmacy and Biochemistry). Additionally, the neogothic style building which formerly held the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Engineering can be found on Las Heras Avenue, although today it serves only as an auxiliary building for the School, characterized by the cold, humid air typical of gothic structures. (From WIKIPEDIA)”
  • 113 personnes du coin recommandent
  • 20 Expériences
Parc
“Half a block away - nice place to sit in the shade. Used to be a former penitentiary. ”
  • 70 personnes du coin recommandent
Theme Park
“The Buenos Aires Zoo is an 45-acre (18 ha) zoo in the Palermo district of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The zoo contains 89 species of mammals, 49 species of reptiles and 175 species of birds, with a total of over 2,500 animals.[1] The institution's goals are to conserve species, produce research and to educate the public.”
  • 84 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant américain
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“Great place to enjoy of a nice meal, drinks and rock! and also for buying a hard rock BA t-shirt”
  • 30 personnes du coin recommandent

Meilleurs restaurants

Pizzeria
“Traditional pizza store. This is the way Argentine people eat pizza. You may have a seat or stand at the bar and orden "muza con fainá". ”
  • 109 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant américain
“Great place to enjoy of a nice meal, drinks and rock! and also for buying a hard rock BA t-shirt”
  • 30 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar clandestin
“Great Dinner Experience in this awarded as #3 in ranking The World's 50 Best Bars.”
  • 74 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar à cocktails
“This glorious Buenos Aires bar is housed in an incredibly attractive old mansion with French doors. It has balconies, an elegant staircase and at the back, a cascade of greenery framing a tranquil courtyard. Inside there’s a compact bar area and a superbly stylish restaurant.”
  • 60 personnes du coin recommandent
Lounge
“Upscale restaurant-wine bar with a good selection of wines by the glass as well as fresh fruit cocktails, exotic martinis and Euro- and Asian-inspired dinner selections. It’s very popular, so come early and snag a good seat on a sofa.”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Pub
“(Rodriguez Pena 1220). An Irish name it might have but you won’t find gimmicky leprechauns and mock mahogany furnishings here. Instead, come on any given night of the week and enjoy one of Buenos Aires’ best party bars. Spread over two floors, take advantage of cheap beer and happy hours until midnight before heading down into the basement to dance the night away with the best local house and electronic DJs.”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant français
“Has many locations, one of them, within the Museum of Decorative Arts in Recoleta, (Av. del Libertador 1902). Very beautiful environment. The other one, within the Larreta Museum in Belgrano, (Vuelta de Obligado 2155). ”
  • 48 personnes du coin recommandent
Brasserie
“Bar with a very good terrace upstairs. Good view on the sunset and the famous cemetery of Recoleta”
  • 30 personnes du coin recommandent

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