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“One of the most important (if not the most important) coffee bars in the city. ”
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Cultural Center
“The Recoleta Cultural Centre (in Spanish: Centro Cultural Recoleta) is an exhibition and cultural events centre located in the barrio of Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It holds sculptures and exhibitions, as well as concerts and artistic presentations and workshops of diverse types. in September/October 2006 it held the wildly successful onedotzero festival attracting over 20,000 people in 3 days for installations, live performances, screenings and music.”
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“If you want to take a walk, jog, roller skate, bike, or even go on a boat in the lakes, go enjoy one of the largest green spaces the city has to offer.”
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“Plaza Francia (Spanish: "France Square") is a public square in the barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The nearby Plaza Intendente Alvear is commonly but mistakenly known by the same name. It was created by a Municipal Ordinance on October 19, 1909, as part of the changes introduced in the urban landscape on the occasion of the Argentina Centennial. Designed by French landscape architecture Carlos Thays, it is part of a broad set of squares including Plaza Intendente Alvear, Plaza San Martín de Tours, Plaza Juan XXIII, Plaza Ramón J. Cárcano, Plaza Dante and Plaza Rubén Darío, among others. The square is dominated by Émile Peynot's Monument of France to Argentina, inaugurated in 1910 and gifted by the French community on the occasion of the Centennial. Its four bas-reliefs in bronze evoke central facts of the history of both countries: the Primera Junta and the Crossing of the Andes for Argentina, and the Storming of the Bastille and Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen for France. The two female figures that crown the monument symbolize Argentina and France, guided by an angel that personifies Glory. The monument also features plaques that commemorate personalities of French origin: grenadier Domingo Porteau, who died during the Battle of San Lorenzo in the Argentine War of Independence, and writer Émile Zola. A monument to Louis Braille within Plaza Francia was inaugurated in 1977.”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“The Abasto Shopping is one of the biggest shopping mall centers in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The building was the central wholesale fruit and vegetable market in the city ("Mercado de Abasto") from 1893 to 1984. Since 1999, it has served as a shopping mall. It is also famous for being in the area where the tango singer Carlos Gardel, known as El Morocho del Abasto ("the dark-haired guy from Abasto"), lived for most of his life. Today, the surrounding area, though part of the Balvanera neighbourhood, is sometimes referred to as Abasto.”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“All the main brands in the same place, with outdoor coffee shops and restaurants where to nibble something. ”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“This is a very classy high end shopping mall. Good food court - great atmosphere and service. Nice shops and movie theaters.”
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“Situated in an old theater, El Ateneo is one of the most popular bookstores in Buenos Aires. Even if you don't read you need to check this place out! It is an incredible spot with such grand splendor!”
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Biftek Restoranı
“Famous place to eat meat. Make reservation or wait patiently because is always crowded.”
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“UFO-shaped planetarium built in the 1960s in one of the city's biggest areas of parkland.”
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Arjantin Restoranı
“Great place to have "ASADO" (BBQ). Try to get reservations, it get really crowded ”
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“At weekends it works here and over defensa street a famous street market is posible to find amazing antiques and curiositys. On sunday there is a beatifull milonga at the scuare were people of the area mets.”
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“The fair in Plaza serrano, like Plaza Armenia, is an ideal place to find unique native objects from Argentina. If you want to bring a beautiful memory of Argentina that is from this place. I don't recommend eating or having drinks there, it's expensive and of poor quality. - La feria de Plaza serrano al igual que Plaza Armenia es una lugar ideal par encontrar objetos únicos autóctonos de Argentina. Si deseas llevar un hermoso recuerdo de argentina que sea de este lugar. No recomiendo comer ni tomar tragos allí, es caro y de mala calidad. ”
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“Has important international and national pieces, including work by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Henri Matisse.”
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Sanat Müzesi
“National decorative art museum emplaced in the former residence of the prominent Errazuriz-Alvear family. Nearby there are other impressive antique residences now serving as embassies and two parks where neighbors meet into groups for training or running .”
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“The largest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, but currently subdivided into several contrasting and acutely individual areas. Not only a residential area, but home to the most lively spots of the city. What to see?/eat? Palermo Chico (also known as Barrio Parque): The most upmarket part of Palermo, and the perfect place to get lost along it´s beautiful streets full of european buildings and embassies. Don’t miss the MALBA museum (and its restaurant Marcello), and neither the Alto Palermo mall if you want to explore at first hand some Argentinean fancy shopping. Also check Casa Cavia for the most beautiful brunch place in town (also open for lunch and dinner). Palermo Soho: famous for its fashion and design boutiques, restaurants, and street culture. The atmosphere strives to be “alternative”, which makes this area of the city especially popular with young Argentines as well as foreign tourists. Calle El Salvador and Calle Gurruchaga are the most famous ones. You can have a nice asado at La Cabrera, or come back to have dinner at Dario Gualtieri Bistro for a perfect 7 pases meal. J.W. Bradley it’s also a good option for a more fashionable night. If you like trying new things, Grand Dabang or Proper are unbeatable options. Palermo Hollywood: so called for its number of TV and radio production houses, today is well known for its night life and cool restaurants. However, this part of Palermo still has its beauty during the day, as you can find many design stores and the famous Dorrego antique market. In terms of dinning, and if you are up for upscale food and great ambience, try La Mar for peruvian, Lusitano or Cucina Paradiso for italian, Osaka for japanese, Tegui for extravagant argentinean, or i Latina for a set menu. If you are looking for something more relaxed yet tasty, try Bar Du Marche for wine and cheeses, Siamo Nel Forno for italian, or Sunae or Sudestada for asian. This area is also great for a night out. El Nacional is a good option for beers, Festival for a more lively bar, and Tetuan if you also want to grab a bite. If you fancy a club, Makena and Niceto Club are the best. But if you are around during the day, don’t miss the cafes and patisseries, which also serve lunch and even brunch during weekends. The best are Birkin, Adorado and Oui Oui. ”
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