Affluent and sophisticated, this historic french inspired neighborhood is home to the rich and famous.
Recoleta has something for everyone, from its grand tree lined avenues and classic french styled mansions, to the final resting place of Evita (Eva Perón).
Arguably the most historic neighborhood of Buenos Aires, it is home to some of the city’s best hotels, bars and restaurants. Wide avenues and upmarket shops make it a great place to explore on foot and observe the affluent and stylish local residents go about their daily business. Sit back and watch the world go by in one of the many chic cafés, perhaps on the terrace of La Biela in the shade of an Ombu tree, this cafe is an institution by itself.
Recoleta is home to some of the city’s most prominent cultural attractions, museums, galleries and libraries.The star exhibit being Recoleta Cemetery. Covering an area of 55,000 square meters, this cemetery is a mini village of tombs and the final resting place for some of its most famous and historic residents. No trip to Buenos Aires is complete without paying a visit.
This is a great neighborhood to be based with so much to do and see literally on your doorstep, suiting all ages and tastes, yes, it’s traditional, but in a modern and stylish way.
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Contrasting architectural styles, historic places and cultural, gastronomical and commercial experiences
With its residential feel, it is filled with grand 19th-century homes lining wide, leafy avenues.