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There is so much to this avenue that you can spend as little as an hour or as much a day going through it, from one side to the other, stopping to see all the vendors, and shops. The weather of course plays a big...More
When we were here many, many years ago, the center of this very grand boulevard was a dusty car park. We were shocked as many pointed to it as a European-style grand boulevard. It's now up to par, nicely landscaped.
Great to ramble along this avenue, you have a lot to see and take picture around there. We were there in November and saw lots of Jacaranda trees in bloom, bottle trees with 'cotton wool' blossom, birds of paradise and more. There are also some...More
The widest boulevard in the world. Great to ramble along. Altho' the family-owned ice cream stores that were some of the best in the world and used to line the sides have disappeared. In fact it was hard to find anyplace in BA that made...More
How can you love an 18 lane road? Well we did and where we crossed it was actually 20 lanes - if you include the bus lane in the middle.
In fact the road is made up of 3 lanes, a central reservation, a bus...More
This incredible multi-lane boulevard runs through the centre of the city. Lined with shops, bars and cafes, it is also the location of the iconic Obelisk and Teatro Colon. Most of the time it is busy with fast moving traffic. Pedestrians seeking to cross need...More
The name of Avenue honors Argentina's Independence Day, July 9, 1816. The avenue has up to seven lanes in each direction, always traffic is heavy and through the center of the avenue runs one of Metrobus's corridors. The main landmarks along the avenue are, Teatro...More
Not sure if it is true, but OMG this boulevars is large. I counted ten lanes for each direction, and you need to add the strips of green (great idea!) on some sections. A fantastic promenade on one of the most famous places on Earth.
Crossing twenty lanes of traffic may be an uphill battle on the Avenida 9 de Julio. As you cross the widest street in America, there are street vendors, shops, tango show theaters, and the pièce de résistance- the national historical monument- the Obelisco de Buenos...More