Recoleta Cemetery, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

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1790 Junín

Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, AR

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011 4804-7040

  • 2 mentions in The top 1-5 cannot-miss things in Buenos Aires?

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "... -Recoleta Cemetery is gorgeous. -For local crafts and art, the San Telmo street fair on Sunday is great. -If you're interested in Evita or history in general, the Museo Evita is very nicely put together. -El Cuartito Pizza was really good. Ate..." See More

    • Ed B.

      Ed B. said, "...The Recoleta Cemetery has to be one of the most impressive in the world. Worth a half a day of strolling about. The Confiteria Ideal is a place near the Obelisk to see locals gathering nightly for milongas, authentic tango gatherings, in..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must see things in Buenos Aires and Bariloche, Argentina for first timers?

    • Tom A.

      Tom A. said, "...twice, and the best thing about it is the food. But you can't eat all the time so go to the Recoleta Cemetery it is amazing to get a feel for the passion and the strength of the Argentine people. around. I..." See More

    • Trevor C.

      Trevor C. said, "...Buenos Aires is awesome. Definitely go to Recoleta Cemetery and drink mate on the grass outside. Plaza Italia is a great place to go out at night and Las Terrazas is my favorite club. Make sure you eat Choripan, Alfajores, and finish..." See More

  • 1 mention in Two weeks in Argentina

    • Adriana S.

      Adriana S. said, "...Palermo Shopping Center, Recoleta. El Rosedal is another place to visit. I also like to walk about the streets near the Recoleta Cemetery. Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral near the Cabildo and near Florida street (full of tourists) and Plaza San Martin..." See More

  • 1 mention in Solo traveler fun places and events in BA

    • Teresa M.

      Teresa M. said, "...has some interesting shops and nice places to eat or have a coffee. I would also encourage you to visit the Recoleta Cemetery and the neighborhood of the same name is quite cute. If you are interested in more content try this:..." See More

  • 1 mention in First Time in Buenos Aires, what can I do?

    • K A.

      K A. said, "...So much to do in Buenos Aires! Check out Recoleta Cemetery. I loved the Malba (Museum of Latin American Art), a nice change from your standard art museum. Catch a soccer game at La Bombonera and the cute little touristy neighborhood..." See More

  • 1 mention in Calling all Buenos Aires Experts!

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...I was sick) Lunch at El Cuartito Pizza. Short walk to El Ateneo bookstore. Day 3: Start with a walk to Recoleta Cemetery. Get a cab to the Museo Evita. Walk around Palermo before heading to Anuva Wines for a tasting...." See More

  • 1 mention in Don't miss spots in Buenos Aires

    • Allie L.

      Allie L. said, "...Drink lots of wine, try Fernet and mate - San Telmo Market - Shops in Palermo Soho near Plaza Serrano - Recoleta Cemetery is a must, and if you are into it, Chacarita cemetery is pretty cool too...." See More

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