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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.
It's a really giant stadium. If you bought tickets go earlier, but really earlier. The police close the streets close, and you need to walk too much. And to go up in the stadium you need time! So go earlier!
this is not a touristy place, but it doesn't need to be one in order to let you disconnect and enjoy your time. On one side, there is the green areas of the park itself, and right across, the river where sometimes you can almost see Uruguay. Nice please. Been many times. Never crowded.
I visited here more out of curiosity than religious piety. I expected it to be amusing, maybe even tacky, but I was also looking forward to seeing whether or not a religious theme park can be pulled off. It can. I liked it.
Entry is 800 pesos, or about $12. The park is only open on Saturdays and Sundays from...
My wife and I were looking for a restaurant in the area that was open late and seemed to have some positive comments in the "restaurants near me" search online. What a home run we hit with this find!
Service was prompt, professional, but friendly and welcoming. Our waiter spoke acceptable English to help me with the dishes that I...
You will be surprised by the intensity of the ice cream at La Gruta. It was actually much more intense than the ice cream I had in Italy... It's a tiny place with a few tables and chairs but the locals know this place and come make a huge line. It's pricier than other ice cream shops in Buenos Aires...
I really loves to go to Fujisan. Fujisan, japanese fusión restaurant Is one of My favourites places to go. I have my personal options but always hear the sugestions, because I have all My faith in the Fujisan Cheff. From, More or less 15th years or More to now... I choose Fujisan!!!
This was my 2nd visit to Urbanica Libertador, it’s a small hotel but fits for me. Rooms are very clean and more than ample. I had the unfortunate situation of having to change rooms due to a leak (it happens) although it gave me the chance to experience a lower grade room and again it served what I needed on...
"Great staff, amazing restaurant, and ideal location"
reviewed September 24, 2019 by Infomiss_trips
We were so grateful for the friendly staff during our our week-long stay at Urbanica.
About the room: Our room was more of a double-double than a suite, but it worked fine for us. There's a small refrigerator that was wonderfully empty of tiny bottles and sodas. The kitchenette has dishes and good cabinet space. Also a desk and cafe...
Third time in this hotel since 2014. We don't regret it! Located in the heart of Belgrano, employees are very kind, always smiling and ready to help. Rooms are spacious and very clean. We love the swimming pool. We will return for sure!
It’s located in a nice residential area but very worn down. We found the customer service to be very poor.
We were there during the winter and the whole building was out of power, which meant there was no heat although it was 4C/39F outside. It also meant using stairs as there were not elevators running.
The first day we...
"I am reluctant to give a good review because it was so good!"
reviewed July 7, 2010 by DenDub
I would recommend a change of name but apart from that the hotel was great :)
Good people with a great Italian restaurant next door. Its a converted small house with only 10 rooms and I'm worried that if I give a good review then I'm pretty sure I'll never get a room again!
I live in Holiday Inns for...