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Walking down this avenue is like walking in Europe's yesteryear streets with striking architectural buildings. As you are looking up, don't forget to look down, as the city's tile sidewalks have little maintenance.
Strolling through the massive San Telmo market on a Sunday brought us to Avenida de Mayo section where we discovered La de Trini gluten free stall... OMG what a great place to discover if coeliac. The range of cakes and croissants and other savouring treats...More
A street of many large beautiful buildings (likely mostly condos and apartments) of the 19th and early 20th century. Some sections have shops and restaurants. We walked it from Plaza de Mayo to the parliament buildings.
This was an amazing historic parade of gauchos July, 16.
The gaucho has long been a symbol of deep national pride for Argentina. Home to more than 150,000 gauchos, it is the only country that harbours their traditional wholesome lifestyle; nomadic horsemen wearing a uniform...More
My husband and I were walking along here from plaza de Mayo to the Congress building. It was labour day and was very quiet with few people and cars on the streets. We were walking at 2pm on a Wednesday and a man pushed my...More
Lined on either side with fabulous buildings, this tree lined street is at the centre of the city. Steeped in the citys’ history it leads down to the palace. At Carnaval time it is restricted to traffic, which is replaced with costumed performers and party...More