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Gorgeous setting, accessed through the attached cafe, Croque Madame, around the left, to the back. Reminding one of the Gardens of Alhambra, outside, which are the perfect setting for their weekend, spanish cultural events, such as flamenco dancers/ singers, under the stars, etc., in the...More
This small gorgeous museum is with a garden, I didn’t see many people walked out to the garden, a good place to meditate, you can sit on the bench or walk around, the beautiful trees are holding great energy for you to connect to your...More
This is an absolute must for those interested in cultural and art history in Buenos Aires, travelers and locals alike. My family was accompanied by two guides, both of whom spoke fluent English and showed not just a knowledge of Larreta’s work but also a...More
The guards said the museum is closed for renovations, and it certainly looked like it. There are large timbers in a temporary structure holding up the arches on the portico. It's still well worth wandering through the garden, and the café near the garden entrance...More
After going around to all the large and small museums in the city I would say that this one is quite interesting for little kids (short visit) because the deep reds and royal blue colors are interesting, and there are no crowds so you can...More
I have been to this museum to see special exhibitions, but recently went to visit the museum's permanent collection. I was there for 2 hours, but could have stayed longer. Incredible paintings and the history behind them. A special room dedicated to "peinettas"- Spanish high...More
There were many things I enjoyed visiting in Buenos Aires, and this museum was among the loveliest. While the location was not as central as most other cultural institutions that I visited, it is worth the trip. The architecture of the home and the furnishings...More
As one of the main commercial hubs of Buenos Aires, Belgrano has something for everyone. The myriad of shop windows in Cabildo Ave. will draw you in, but it is Chinatown — an area of no more than two square blocks — which will keep you hooked. Crowned by an ornate arch marking its entrance and filled with small stores packed to the brim, it is a place where color and scent emanate from every corner, particularly
during the Chinese New Year when they spill over to surrounding areas. But if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, the residential quarter of Belgrano is the perfect destination. This section of town features some of the most magnificent mansions in the city, spread out on cobbled streets lined by tall, majestic trees: a true feast for the eyes.