La guía de Cecilia Y Fernando

Cecilia Y Fernando
Cecilia Y Fernando
La guía de Cecilia Y Fernando

Gastronomía

Wonderful place to eat healthily and home-made. Great for breakfast and lunch. They have a great variety of toasted sandwiches that comes in combination with a fruit juice. The pastry is very good, especially the dulce de leche croissants. Desserts are very good as well.
Tostado Café Club - Obelisco
999 Avenida Corrientes
Wonderful place to eat healthily and home-made. Great for breakfast and lunch. They have a great variety of toasted sandwiches that comes in combination with a fruit juice. The pastry is very good, especially the dulce de leche croissants. Desserts are very good as well.
Good, economical place to eat asado and Argentine food. Good for lunch and dinner. They have a very cheap menu at midday but must be paid cash.
Almacén & Restaurant Suipacha
425 Suipacha
Good, economical place to eat asado and Argentine food. Good for lunch and dinner. They have a very cheap menu at midday but must be paid cash.
Considered the best ice cream parlor in town.
Cadore Ice Cream gelato style
2977, C1417AAO Cuenca
Considered the best ice cream parlor in town.
Considered the best pizza place in the whole city.
146 recommandé par les habitants
Pizzería Güerrin
1368 Av. Corrientes
146 recommandé par les habitants
Considered the best pizza place in the whole city.
4-star restaurant in the area with a posh environment
The Brighton
4-star restaurant in the area with a posh environment
Great restaurant with a skyview of the whole city, Puerto Madero and Rio de la Plata. Go to floor 19 and 20.
Comega Building - Joselevich-Douillet
Great restaurant with a skyview of the whole city, Puerto Madero and Rio de la Plata. Go to floor 19 and 20.
Great place to eat!
Il Gatto - Obelisco
Great place to eat!
Great place to eat pizza!
Kentucky Obelisco
961, C1043AAJ Avenida Corrientes
Great place to eat pizza!
Beautiful cityscape of the Obelisk and 9 de Julio Avenue
Hotel Grand Brizo
180 Cerrito
Beautiful cityscape of the Obelisk and 9 de Julio Avenue

Lugares emblemáticos

Although this is not the most beautiful church in Buenos Aires, it is probably the biggest and the site where our national hero, José de San Martin is buried.
57 recommandé par les habitants
Cathédrale métropolitaine de Buenos Aires
s/n Calle Rivadavia
57 recommandé par les habitants
Although this is not the most beautiful church in Buenos Aires, it is probably the biggest and the site where our national hero, José de San Martin is buried.
This is where the first steps to the Argentine independence where taken. The Cabildo started governing independently from Spanish rule when Spain was invaded by Napoleon in 1810 and Argentina, that back then was called Virreinato del Rio de la Plata, did not feel represented by the French ruler and Napoleon’s brother nicknamed “Pepe Botella” for his heavy drinking.
51 recommandé par les habitants
Conseil municipal de Buenos Aires
65 Bolívar
51 recommandé par les habitants
This is where the first steps to the Argentine independence where taken. The Cabildo started governing independently from Spanish rule when Spain was invaded by Napoleon in 1810 and Argentina, that back then was called Virreinato del Rio de la Plata, did not feel represented by the French ruler and Napoleon’s brother nicknamed “Pepe Botella” for his heavy drinking.
One of the most important (if not the most important) coffee bars in the city.
229 recommandé par les habitants
Café Tortoni
825 Av. de Mayo
229 recommandé par les habitants
One of the most important (if not the most important) coffee bars in the city.
Take a guided tour of one of the greatest opera houses of the world.
301 recommandé par les habitants
Teatro Colón
628 Cerrito
301 recommandé par les habitants
Take a guided tour of one of the greatest opera houses of the world.
Excellent private zoo surrounded by a wonderful natural environment
26 recommandé par les habitants
Temaikèn
25 Ruta Provincial
26 recommandé par les habitants
Excellent private zoo surrounded by a wonderful natural environment

Conseils aux voyageurs

À ne pas manquer

Plaza de Mayo and Puerto Madero

You can visit Plaza de Mayo and Puerto Madero at one go if you walk down the bridge that is located behind Casa Rosada that connects Plaza de Mayo with Puerto Madero
Coutumes et culture

Tips

If you are pleased with their service, tip waiters/waitress by leaving 10% of the check to them. Tips are not included in the check and waiters/waitresses will be counting on them when you leave.
Se déplacer dans les environs

Subway

The subway is the fastest way to move but Buenos Aires is not entirely connected to the subway network. If you are heading for an area where there is a subway station, take the subway. You avoid traffic jams and picket lines that are so recurrent in the city.
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Buses

Buses are the best network of Buenos Aires since they can take you to literally any place. Besides, they are the cheapest means of transport. Thera are many bus lines that you can take at the Metrobus station round the Obelisco area.
Se déplacer dans les environs

S.U.B.E. Card

This card allows you to take any bus and the subway. You can buy at kiosks and newsstands. In the case of the apartment, just walk down the 9 de Julio subway entrance.
Manières d'économiser

Free Walking Tours

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Manières d'économiser

Free Walking tours

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