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Buenos Aires. Touristic Routes. P1

Maksim Lemos - Ruar • 3 minutes read • October 9th, 2016
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.
1buenos-aires-touristic-routes.jpgThe buildings in the city center are so dense that the houses are placed close to each other, and there are no yards at all. Instead, there are narrow space for light and ventilation.
The famous sight of the city is the pedestrian- only 

Florida street

 and the intersecting Lavalle street, which are very crowded.

Florida Street

used to be more interesting: there was a brisk trading market that almost stretched the entire length of the street. Merchants settled on the ground, placing their goods on cloth. That is how they got their name, which can be translated as “coverers” (Manteros).
21buenos-aires-touristic-routes.jpg22buenos-aires-touristic-routes.jpg23buenos-aires-touristic-routes.jpgNow, most of Manteros has moved to Puerto Madero.
On Florida Street, there are also several meat and buffet style restaurants. Also, there are many shops selling leather products.
24buenos-aires-touristic-routes.jpg25buenos-aires-touristic-routes.jpgAt the intersection of Florida and Lavalle street, there are tango dances performed almost everyday, in the evening.
Other parts of the review can be found here:
Buenos Aires. Touristic Routes. P2
Buenos Aires. Touristic Routes. P3
Author: Maksim Lemos - Ruar
Source: ru-ar.ru
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