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I really enjoyed walking around Ave Libertador in Buenos Aires; it is wide and very interesting. I was impressed by how clean it is and for it being a main road it is very picturesque and really safe.
It's a very hectic road with lots...More
Its a nice promenade its a nice promenade for not only know going by car, also walking, and looking old money from Buenos Aires, and the architecture of other centuries, and the beautiful Jacarandaes bloosom is the best
This elegant and tree lined, wide BA avenue, runs through some of the city's most beautiful and historic barrios; from Nunez and beyond, in the North, to Retiro, in el centro. At that point, the same street, changes names. To Alem. Great for walking and...More
Avenida del Libertador is one of the principal thoroughfares in Buenos Aires. Originally Avenida Viceroy Vértiz, it was was renamed Avenida del Libertador in 1950 in honor of the Liberator of Argentina, Chile and Perú, General José de San Martín, by order of President Juan...More
the most beautiful avenue in Buenos Aires is Avenida del Libertador,you can start in Recoleta and drive for two hours up to San Isidro!!! lots of incredible gardens, monuments, from the Captial of Buenos Aires, to the Province of Buenos Aires, you will feel real...More
There are a number of attreactions on this Avenue, the fine arts museum being the best in my opinion. It also has a number of sculptures and monuments on the edge and is very 'leafy' with mature trees on both sides.
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Characterised by the French-style mansions which are the legacy of its aristocratic past, Recoleta is the true “Paris of the South.” Walking around this neighbourhood is an experience like no other in Buenos Aires: its streets are lined with elegant apartment buildings, exclusive boutiques, and former mansions turned into high-end hotels and embassies, which exude an alluring air of sophistication and class. You'll
also find a rich cultural scene centred on the National Museum of Fine Arts, the National Library, and the Recoleta Cultural Center; as well as some great shopping spots, like the Buenos Aires Design Mall with an artists' fair set up in Plaza Francia every weekend.