Sights & Attractions in Buenos Aires (Argentina) Reviews
Newest Review: ... yet it's more of a welcome mutation than outright Spanishness itself. The people (despite the hotheaded reputation) are generally friendly and quite welcoming. Although I notice a few tourist police on the beat, the renowned threat to personal safety never feels terribly relevant. There are some beggars, especially following the collapse of the economy in the early 2000's. They tend to approach you in a way no more threatening than in Europe. It was great to be out and about in Argentina's capital, especially on foot. We walk around gardens' and square's, enjoying the relaxed Sunday atmosphere as well as to the harbour area. As I drif... more
Customer Sights & Attractions in Buenos Aires (Argentina) Reviews (2)
by Michel B - written on 15/07/07
A great summation of La Recoleta, a truly impressive cemetery. One little mistake however: Juan Manuel Fangio, F1 Champion, was not buried there but in Balcarce. See towards end -http://www.museofangio.com/biografia/biogra_6.html
by - written on 20/06/07 (Useful, 66 readings)
We take a yellow and black painted 'radio taxi' to the docks area, near the Pink House. The Pink House is where the executive branch of government meet. Exactly opposite, at the very end of the long July 9th avenue (the widest in the world, lined with hundreds of matching trees and some of the city's more upmarket shops), is the nation's congress. A massive obolisque stands in between the two. It's also where Eva Peron stood and spoke to the Argentinian people during her show of power in 1951. This is a famous scene in a certain Madonna film as well, but not being a fan, I havn't watched it. It is, to say the least, very pink, and is apparently so because it ... Read the complete review
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