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Exploring Recoleta

At the heart of a bustling capital, Recoleta provides a relaxing change of pace. Tour the tranquil stillness of the Recoleta Cemetery, where some of Argentina's greatest national heroes are buried in stunningly ornate tombs. Gaze upon captivating Goya and Gauguin masterworks at the National Fine Arts Museum or priceless volumes at the National Library. After sundown, cut loose at the jumping tango clubs on Tagle Street.


Accommodations near Recoleta

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Buenos Aires is the Recoleta Park by BENS, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Poetry Building in Buenos Aires as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Recoleta

- Florida Street


Buenos Aires’ most electric shopping strip is Florida Street, a mostly pedestrian lane that has become synonymous with elegant shops and retailers. The street is close to the central financial district of Buenos Aires, which is why it is often packed with executives, tourists, and shoppers. In the late afternoon, this appealing landmark swarms with street entertainers, including dancers, human statues, buskers, and other performers.


- Plaza San Martin


Resting near Florida Street, in the Retiro district of Buenos Aires, is Plaza San Martin. One of the most famous parks in the city, it offers a peaceful escape from the busy streets of Argentina’s capital. From the great Ombu tree that proudly stands within the park to the central Torre Monument, Plaza San Martin is where visitors can go to not only enjoy some green space down time, but explore several important landmarks. Visit the park in the afternoon when the sun is less intense and the site becomes a hive of activity.


Transportation near Recoleta

The best way to get around in this city is through the metro, known as the "subte", it is the fastest and cheapest option. You will find that the metro is pretty extensive and easy to use. Another option are buses.


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