General San Martin Plaza
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Conseils des habitants
Headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Guided tours in English and Spanish.
Picturesque Square with old tress and a large statue of the national hero from the time of Independence (General San Martin). Great vistas towards the train station Retiro and old preserved buildings around the neighborhood. People seat in the grass and enjoy pic-nics on sunny days.
Nice walk, close to Florida street. A nice place to relax, seat, and unwind in the heart of the city. You might find a good corner to get some sun, or chill under the amazing ancient trees.
sede de la cancilleria argentina, este palacio es un hito arquitectonico de la ciudad.
A great park in downtown Buenos Aires. With an amazing architectonic and landscaping design, a great place to contrast the concrete jungle!
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“Pricey but really nice place to check out. Also, check out Florida or Avenida Santa Fe.”
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