Meliá Recoleta Plaza -   Buenos Aires

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Map & Location

Posadas 1557
Buenos Aires C1112ADA


N -34º 35' 12.12" / W -58º 23' 15.72"

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Destination information - Meliá Recoleta Plaza


  • Teatro Colón, considered one of the most important opera theatres in the world
  • Caminito and Barrio de la Boca
  • San Telmo, one of the oldest districts of Buenos Aires with colonial houses and cobbled streets. Here you will find old churches (such as San Pedro Telmo), museums, antique shops and designer boutiques, as well as an antique and arts and crafts fair
  • La Recoleta Cemetery recognized as a work of art, it is located in the center of Plaza Francia
  • National Museum of Fine Arts with 12,713 works of art by Rembrandt, Rubens, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Morandi, El Greco, Rodin and Marc Chagall amongst others
  • Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (Malba) with 400 works by the region’s leading modern and contemporary artists
  • Obelisk, city icon, built in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the founding of the city
  • Palermo, one of the city’s most representative districts, with Los Bosques de Palermo, the Botanical Gardens, the Zoo and the elegant Japanese Garden
  • El Barrio Chino has become one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions due to its wide range of oriental shops and restaurants
  • Famous bars which have been the scene of important cultural activities: La Violetas, El Gato Negro and Café Tortoni
  • Puerto Madero reflects the glamour of the city with luxury hotels, first class restaurants and art galleries
  • Plaza de Mayo is the oldest square in Buenos Aires and has been the scene of major historical events in Argentina. As you walk round the square, you will see historical and government buildings such as the Cabildo, the Metropolitan Cathedral (where Pope Francisco held mass for over 20 years), the Casa de Gobierno (known also as the Casa Rosada, seat of the national government and home to the famous Perón and Evita balcony), the Palacio del Gobierno de la Ciudad, banks and ministries

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