「An ornate colonial building in central Buenos Aires」
One of the best preserved old colonial style buildings in Buenos Aires. Impressive exterior and very photogenic.
It would have been nice to see inside, but this did not prove possible when we visited.
Not worth going out of your way for, but nice to see.
When built in 1936, it was the tallest building on the South American continent at roughly 400’/120m high. Art Deco in design, it was a residential structure. You can get good views of it from the area near the San Martin statue. On clear days, Montevideo can be seen across the Rio de la Plata. Its design looks a little...
Recommended this restaurant by friends who visited twice whilst in BA . Very good choice it is too. Attentive staff with helpful suggestions regarding portion sizes . Extensive choices on menu, excellent rib eye steak, unusual chopped rocket salad. Visual aid for steak cooking available, very useful indeed but they will cook it again for you if you’re not happy...