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There is a lot to see here. The “Casa Rosada” Presidential Plaza is here, along with several architecturally beautiful buildings. A nice shaded area in the middle to sit and people-watch. Worth the trip to walk around and take pictures.
On a lovely sunny early autumn (fall) day we walked around admiring the architecture which is very reminiscent of Paris and the broad boulevards - even to the point of sitting outside people watching and drinking coffee in a cafe - definitely good for a...More
This is truly the heart of BA and when you are they all roads seem to converge on it! There are a lot of interesting buildings here, the Cathedral, the old city hall, the Pink Building and the Bank of Argentina plus many others. It...More
The plaza de Mayo (pronounced Maajio) is in more ways than one the very definition of the city itself. It is the biggest plaza in the city and it has roads origination from it and leading to all the important places in the city. Things...More
To come to this plaza is mainly to see Casa Rosada Presidential Palace (a.k.a. Pink House) on the east side which you can walk right up to its front gate (it was all booked up for me to get an online ticket for the Saturday...More
The Plaza de Mayo is the government centre of Buenos Aires. The plaza is a nice open area that is bracketed by the national cathedral, pink palace, and other historic buildings.
Just off the plaza is where the San Telmo Market begins each Sunday around...More
Plaza De Mayo is a square with the Pirámide de Mayo, (Buenos Aires oldest monument) in the centre. Next to the square is the Casa Rosada (President's offices), over the road is the Catedral Metropolitana, the popes original residence & the financial district. With lots...More