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Recoleta Food Walking Tour
"The starting point of the tour begins at the entrance of the Recoleta cemetery either at 11am or at 7pm. You will be strolling along the streets of this neighborhood with large green spaces and exclusive avenues; visiting the most famous and luxury hotel of the city (Alvear Hotel) and some bars and restaurants that were a rendezvous for politicians artists and writers. The first stop will be at a place that perfectly represent the Argentinean culture where you will taste the authentic ‘empanadas’. During the tour you may ask for the intensive Spanish course that may come in handy in daily social situations and that is included in the tour (the tourist guide will help you bring the language into practice immediately. This course is available only upon request). The second stop will take place at a great restaurant
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Buenos Aires City Tour
"This tour is a great way to gain your bearings in Buenos Aires. Spend some time with the a local expert in this panoramic introduction to Buenos Aires. Get to know the most important neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and their famous landmarks. Your city exp the Obelisk. This giant monument was built in 1936 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the city. One of the city’s unique features is the many beautiful open squares of colonial Spanish descent. You’ll fall in love with the Plaza de Mayo where you will have some free time and explore the area. Also get to see Plaza San Martín and Plaza Congreso. The avenues are lined with equally impressive sights including favorites like Corrientes Mayo and 9 de Julio which is the widest street in the world containing 22 lanes.The financial and commercial areas of Buenos Aires are home to many interesting local sights and you can’t miss the home of the Argentine’s favorite past time
From $22.00
 
Buenos Aires Pub Crawl
"Start your Buenos Aires pub crawl with free pizza and free wine and beer while you meet your guide and your fellow bar-goers and hear about the night ahead. Your 10pm meeting time may seem late but remember this is Argentina! Most locals don’t eat dinner until about 10pm and the partying doesn’t stop until the wee small hours of the morning. In the popular neighborhoods of San Telmo Recoleta or Palermo you’ll visit three pubs/clubs throughout the night enjoying one included shooter at each and discounts on the rest of your drinks. Possible pubs include El Anden Coliseo and the Dubai Club. End your evening at one of the city’s happening discotheques like Severino
From $36.00

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Recoleta

This is one of the upper class neighborhoods In BA. It is full of shops and nightclubs. The big tourist attraction here is Evita's grave but you will also find numerous museums and restaurants in...
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Aug 13, 2016

RECOLETA

Recoleta is the neighborhood which reflects “old” Buenos Aires the best. The architecture is heavily influenced by French classic designs, and century-old buildings and residential properties litter...
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draguza
Nov 30, 2012

Feria Artesanal de la Recoleta

Feria Artesanal de la Recoleta features top quality crafts. It takes place in Plaza Francia and has become the city's largest fair, completely taking over all the walkways in the area. Even the...
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mircaskirca
Sep 07, 2011

Buenos Aires Design

The elegant shopping centre Buenos Aires Design, located behind the Cementerio de la Recoleta, is the first and only shopping centre in Buenos Aires, entirely devoted to design and decor. It houses...
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mircaskirca
Sep 07, 2011

La Recoleta

An upmarket bario which took its name after Barefoot Recoletos Monks that made this area thier home in the early 1700s. There is a lot of French influences which are reflected in the in the archecture...
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spidermiss
Aug 22, 2010

Recoleta

Recoleta is one of the most expensive residential neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. It is a nice area with some beautiful buildings, parks and of course Recoleta Cemetery. The area also has some...
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cjg1
Dec 16, 2008

Not just a cemetery

Recoleta is one of Buenos Aires' favourite place of Portenos to see and be seen. Part of Barrio Norte, as well as being home to one of the world's great cemeteries, it'san enclave of expensive...
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TheWanderingCamel
Sep 14, 2008

a nice distinguished district

I spend a morning in Recoleta district, one of the richest districts in the capital. First I visited the Basilica Nuestra Senora del Pilar, a not so big church that was built in 1732 by Jesuit monks...
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mindcrime
Aug 21, 2008

Saturday Handicrafts Fair

On Saturday mornings (although things really don't go into full swing until noon or a little after) this hillside becomes chock full of stands selling all kinds of arts, crafts, jewelry, knick knacks,...
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TexasDave
Jun 17, 2008

Sophisticated

Buenos Aires' most sophisticated and traditionally upper-class neighbourhood Recoleta is considered to be one of the finest and most expensive areas of the city. Apart from the Cementerio de la...
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mircaskirca
May 14, 2008

Bajo el gomero de La Biela/ Under the rubber tree

El Gomero es un arbol centenario, plantado por los Hermanos Recoletos , en 1800 , que eran los encargados de la iglesia . Tiene una copa de 50 mts de diámetro y 20 mts de altura y está enfrente del...
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elpariente
Apr 22, 2007

La Biela

En la Recoleta hay restaurantes , bares , terrazas...Un clásico es La Biela , que tiene la terraza debajo del gomero y es el sitio ideal para tomarte tranquilamente un Gin Tonic o un "café especial"y...
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Apr 22, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near Recoleta Distict

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Biblioteca Nacional- National Library

OK, here is what my guide told me about the National Library: It was founded as an institution back in 1811 by the Primera Junta. The Library is using the building you see on the picture for the last...
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Recoleta Cemetery - Cementerio de la Recoleta

The cemetary is beautiful and unique - i've never seen anything like it! You probably don't need a ton of time - a lot of the tours are LONG for looking at a bunch of similar sepuclres, but definitely...
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Basilica Nuestra Señora del Pilar

Adjacent to the Recoleta Cemetary, this 18th Century Jesuit church is the 2nd oldest building in Buenos Aires and has been extensively restored since. It is worth looking inside for its baroque silver...
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Centro Cultural La Recoleta

The centre originally was a convent of hermits. Now the ochre and reddish tones centre is use for cultural activities. Art in Historic Surroundings. There is a small café, a gift shop and bookstore on...
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Fine Arts Museum - Museo Bellas Artes

Museo de Bellas Artes is an amazing museum. What is even more amazing is this museum is free! However you are most welcome to slot in your spare cash in the donation box. The museum could certainly...
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Decorative Arts Museum - Museo de Arte Decorativo

When I was in Buenos Aires for the Argentina Investment Forum in 2016 the closing event was held at this fabulous musem. I was able to take a walk around and look at the exhibits and thought that it...
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