Recoleta is one of the
most flirtatious of the city, some shopping (malls) and Buenos Aires
Desing and exhibition halls as: Palace de Glace, are here, also the
Museum of Fine Arts and crafts fair in Plaza Francia Two very popular sites.
It's a neighborhood to
walk and enjoy its spacious plazas, terraces, and see its historic
buildings of European style. With street performers
and artisans in places very good level. Recoleta is a residential
area, with mansions used as embassies.
Top 5 Recoleta
1. Cementerio de la
Recoleta: Established by the Recoletos monks in 1822, is recognized
internationally for his sculptures, domes and tombs, mausoleums and
Argentine families of heroes.
2. Pilar Church: Founded by
Jesuits and located in the Recoleta Plaza is one of the oldest churches
in Buenos Aires.
3. Recoleta Cultural Centre:
In its varied exhibitions can find paintings, photographs and
sculptures. Available at the center
by guided tours and learn about the history and architecture of the
4. Plaza Francia - Patio
Bullrich: In Plaza Francia find, on the weekends, the largest craft fair
in the city. With first class artisans
and street performers who invaded the square with their shows. A beautiful place for
walking and getting around, buying souvenirs from the city. In the courtyard
Bullrich, shows and concerts are held for kids. Moreover, it is built by
an English architect, and today is one of the most visited shopping in
5. Alvear Avenue, Quintana,
Callao. Or the streets Guido,
Ayacucho, Guest: These avenues and streets you can see the finest hotels
and shops in the city. Since Recoleta, is an old
neighborhood, but with distinction. There are also excellent
restaurants and bars with terraces for dining and drinks.