Downtown

Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences

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Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences

Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences

The area surrounding Plaza San Martin was known for being one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and is home to many of the city’s five star hotels. Today, this neighborhood steeped in local history and is home to some of Argentina’s most significant public buildings.

Conveniently close to Recoleta and Puerto Madero, as well as San Telmo and La Boca, Downtown Buenos Aires is a great place from where to explore the city.

La Boca, famously known for our fútbol stadium ‘La Bombonera,’ and Caminito, the colorful artists’ street by the water are just a short ride away.

Also San Telmo, blessed with cobblestoned streets, an amazing weekly street market and many good places to eat and drink, is a Buenos Aires barrio that simply cannot be missed, has charming locations and is great for antiques hunting. Each Sunday, shoppers linger around a giant open air market as tango strut move around the street.

Other Areas

Never underestimate the importance of location. Trust our local knowledge and be sure that your new Home is in one of the best areas in town. Take a peek at our recommended areas.



Palermo Soho

Cafés, restaurants and boutiques in low-rise buildings, Palermo Soho is trendy, creative, chic, young and cool

Recoleta

Affluent and sophisticated, this historic french inspired neighborhood is home to the rich and famous.

Palermo Hollywood

Laidback by day, it springs to life at night with its bars, restaurants and nightclubs

Palermo Nuevo

Wide and quiet residential streets shaded by overhanging trees, parks and museums

Puerto Madero

A waterfront contemporary neighborhood famed for its al-fresco dining and great nightlife – Think destination docklands!

Belgrano

With its residential feel, it is filled with grand 19th-century homes lining wide, leafy avenues.