Meet some of the most famous and visited streets of the tango’s city.
As people grow up, they develop a lot of hobbies. Some like to sing, some like to watch TV shows and movies, some like to act and some like to dance. But something most people like is to travel and to know different cultures and places.
Visiting other countries is an opportunity to intensify our knowledge about our hobbies. For example, if you like acting, maybe New York is the place for you. If you like cooking, you can go to Italy, if you like dancing, you can go to Spain. But what if I tell you that you can go to a country if you like all that?
Argentina is known for their barbecue, like wines, movies, architecture and for the famous dance style: tango. What better place to get to know this country if not by its capital? So whether you are a travel’s planner or not, check out some famous streets of Buenos Aires.
Postcard’s cenarium, this avenue is known as one of the largest for some people, with 140 meters. We can find famous places, like Obelisco, Republic Square, Colón’s Theater and Tango Poteño, a specialized restaurant and theater in tango. The avenue’s name is a tribute to Argentina’s Independence Day, July 9, and you can get the C Line of the subway to get there, or if you prefer, a metrobus.
If New York is known as the city that never sleeps, Corrientes Avenue is the street that never rests. It’s the center of Buenos Aires’ night, with bookshops, coffeeshops, restaurants, theater and movie theaters. You can visit at night and appreciate the lights, or by daylight and enjoy the stores. The avenue is known as the tango’s center and you can arrive by taking the B Line of the subway.
With 21 miles, Rivadavia Avenue is one of the longest streets in the world and crosses several neighborhoods and the Plaza de Mayo’s architectures of the 19th century, like the Casa Rosada, the President’s workplace. The avenue also crosses the Flores’ neighborhood, where Pope Francis was born, raised and lived until his teenage years. Besides visiting these places, you can also enjoy the stores and restaurants of this avenue taking the subway’s A Line.
Known as the first South America and Argentina’s avenue, you can find several bars, coffee shops and theaters with an architecture inspired in France, getting an hispanic personality. You can also enjoy this avenue’s architecture besides the Casa Rosada and the National Congress.
If you want to know more about Argentina’s gastronomy, you must visit this avenue. With a European-small-town vibe, Caseros stays in San Telmo and is full of restaurants and gastronomics centers for you to enjoy.
This is the royalty’s avenue, full of palaces, you can enjoy this french style architecture inspired by the 20th Century. It’s also where you can find the embassies, if you need.
With a beautiful view to Obelisco and Plaza de Mayo, this avenue is known as the heart of the city. Roque Saenz Pena Avenue is considered one of the most beautiful streets of Buenos Aires with buildings known for its architecture and restaurants.
For who likes nature, this is the perfect spot for you. Looking like it came out from a movie scene, this avenue is surrounded by trees that make a tunnel to the cars and people who pass by. Besides that, it’s full of mansions and residential constructores to learn about the city’s history and architecture.