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In this review, I have provided a brief guide for tourists, showcasing routes you can walk through Buenos Aires  without a guide. The city attractions are concentrated in three main areas: in the Center, Palermo, and La Boca . Between these areas, you can move by taxi. If you are...
This is the last part of the review about the touristic routes in  Buenos Aires . Here you can find the first part. And the second one can be found here. Although still, the vast majority of the locals prefer to picnic in other parts of the city, for example in the  "...
This is the second part of the review about the tourist routes in  Buenos Aires . The first review can be found here.  Florida Street is a lively tourist area. So people are at risk of being robbed. Therefore, there are a lot more police.  There’s a department store in...
In this review, I’m going to talk about the center of  Buenos Aires , and the most popular tourist sights. But remember, that "popular" does not always mean "good"! There are crowds of people in the center of Buenos Aires. The buildings in the city center are so dense that the houses are...
This is the second part of the review. Here you can find the first one. The main place, where the tourists go in San Telmo ( Buenos Aires ), is  Plaza Dorrego (Dorrego Square). There are many restaurants, souvenir shops and stalls. And the locals sing heartbreaking Argentine...
San Telmo  is a famous tourist area in  Buenos Aires . There are streets with cobblestones, and old tram rails. San Telmo is the Old Town. Stone cobbled streets, old houses, restaurants, and hotels, antique shops, as well as heaps of foreigners. There are also cosy places, and...
Buenos Aires  has many parks. And the more or less interesting parks are located in the Palermo district. Moreover, they are located close to each other. You can move from one to the other by foot. In this review, I’m going to talk about the  Jardin Botanico , or the Botanical Garden...
Let me tell you about the  City Zoo . This is a nice sight in  Buenos Aires . The park is old, and almost all the buildings are ancient and beautiful. And of course, there is nature and animals. There is a pond, where you can go boating. There is also a "Jungle" pavilion, with...
So, I will continue to talk about the parks in  Buenos Aires . Now I’m going to talk about the  Japanese Gardens  - Jardin Japones. By the way, I want to note that this park, and the rest of the parks of Palermo district, can all be visited during a day, as they are all side by...
This is the continuation of the review about Parque del Rosedal, in  Buenos Aires . The first part can be found  here . Riding along the lake, one can observe totally different layers of Argentina's society.  There were a couple of stalls selling soda and hot...
Rose Park, or Parque del Roseda,l is located near Plaza Holanda in  Buenos Aires . This is a traditional place of recreation for residents from the capital. Crowds of people come here during the summer, on weekends. They bring picnics, enjoy sunbathing and boating, or riding paddle boats,...
This is the last part of the review about the  Tierra Santa park  in  Buenos Aires . In general, there were a lot of biblical scenes. Such personalities as Mother Teresa, John Paul II and Mahatma Gandhi are immortalized in the park. In the evenings, every scene, figure and...
This is the second part of the review about the  Tierra Santa park in  Buenos Aires . The previous part can be found here. Also in the park, there is a life-sized Catholic church that is realistically furnished inside.  There’s no Orthodox church in the park. There are...
Tierra Santa  is a theme park, and its second name is "Jerusalem in  Buenos Aires ." This is really a part of the ancient city. It looks very decorative. There’s a full-size mountain of Golgotha, the Wailing Wall, Roman Catholic, Jewish and Muslim temples, and many other religious...
This is the last part of the review about Puerto Madero in  Buenos Aires . Here you can find the first part. And the second one can be found here. Now, we finally entered the Reserva Ecologica park . There are 2 entrances at both ends of the pedestrian zone. The open spaces...
This is the second part of the review about Puerto Madero. The first one can be found here. Puerto Madero is the most expensive and prestigious part of  Buenos Aires, that includes  a huge park. However, its proximity to the center, and even more so to the subway, is not a measure of...
Puerto Madero is the most prestigious district in  Buenos Aires . Here are some typical views: In Puerto Madero, there are so-called docks (water tanks), ornamental, non-operating port cranes and brick buildings along the docks, where cafes and restaurants are located. There’s " Puente de...
This is the second part of the review about La Boca, a neighborhood in  Buenos Aires . Here you can find the first part. Here is the touristic part of La Boca: And this is the real La Boca: By the way, in order to see the real La Boca, I recommend that visitors travel by...
The neighborhood La Boca, which translates as "the mouth", is a district in  Buenos Aires  that is large, dark, dirty and depressing. I have always been surprised by the paradox: how can one of the most famous sights of the city be, at the same time, one of the most dangerous and poorer...
We continued along Paseo Colon avenue. The first part of the review about the unknown parts of  Buenos Aires can be found here. There’s an interesting note to mention: sometimes the official name of the district of Buenos Aires may differ from the way the locals call it. For example,...
Let me tell you about the unknown  Buenos Aires , the places in the city where tourists don't often visit. This is the main theater of Argentina, the  Colon Theater . The cheapest theater tickets are three times cheaper than the tour through it. Opposite the theater, there’s a big...
The word “villa” in Argentina means slum. Villa-31 in  Buenos Aires  is the most famous Argentine slum. This neighborhood is huge, located in the city center between the most expensive districts. It is home to 30,000 people, and at the same time... it does not exist. It seems I have...
If I was asked what is in  Buenos Aires ? - I would say that it's rich in contrast and in any weather :-) Author: Nikolkaya Source: nikolkaya.livejournal.com Translated by: Zoozi
So we continue our walk in the  Botanical Garden in  Buenos Aires . We got to the main building, took a photo of the plan of the garden and went on.   Here’s the  Botanical Garden Buenos Aires : This is the view from the main building. Here's a decoration of the...

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