Tranquil and beautiful grounds, the park keeps this corner of San Telmo quiet and the air clean. Great for walks, fitness or meditation.
Is a beautiful twelve acres park. Probably was the place where Pedro de Mendoza founded for the first time Buenos Aires in 1536, but the settlement was ephemeral, because the natives destroyed it soon. This park is the entrance to La Boca, the famous neighborhood
This place is one of the oldest in Buenos Aires. indeed here was the funding place of the City. Highly recommended for tourists.
Located on a natural gorge. Some people affirm that the first establishment of this city took place in these suburbs.
“Probably the unique Muscovite arquitectural example in Buenos Aires, with its beautiful onion shaped blue domes. It can be visited the second Sunday of each month”
“Argentinian history museum. Very interesting for those who are curious about this issue. Delightful construction, properly preserved. It is placed into Parque Lezama”
“Along with it's 'sister' La Poesia, this is one of two traditional restaurants, very typical of old Buenos Aires. Having the same owner, they both have the same varied menu, including burgers, pastas, salads, sandwiches and some very good sharing platters (‘picadas’) . Both have a great atmosphere and interesting antique/vintage décor, without being super ‘touristy.’ Try a craft beer accompanied by a traditional ‘picada.’ A great option any time of day.”
“Has important international and national pieces, including work by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Henri Matisse.”
“The construction of this church started by the end of 1734, designed by the Jesuit architect and monk Andrés Blanqui and the intervention of his partners Juan Bautista Primoli and José Schmidt.”