The beautiful city of Buenos Aires has a large number of hotels, hostels and apartments for rent for all tastes. But where is the best area to stay? So you can choose the best hotel, in Citynutas we bring you a mini guide with the 5 best neighborhoods to stay, its characteristics and that we have close to each one.
Three neighborhoods where you can learn more about the daily life of the people of Buenos Aires and enjoy their customs: theaters, shopping centers, restaurants, discos, bars and pubs, and where you can dance tango until late at night. That is why to stay in Buenos Aires we highlight the following areas:
San Telmo is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and this shows in its buildings, many of which were in sharp decline for decades, being on the verge of abandonment. However, about 20 to 30 years ago, tourism and the renovation of the city began to make a change. Today it is a tourist area that exploits people especially on weekends, and has a lot of nightlife, bars and restaurants.
One of the most authentic and authentic neighborhoods of all, with cobbled streets where you still breathe a tango atmosphere. Here you will also find several antique shops, the mafalda monument, the dorrego square and many other attractions. It is very close to the historic center of Buenos Aires and the Plaza de Mayo, in addition to the famous neighborhood of La Boca.
From the first years of Buenos Aires, this was one of the most expensive and elegant neighborhoods in the city. A neighborhood that stands out for the elegance of its architecture and for its typical residences surrounded by splendid gardens and numerous squares, which retain a very particular aristocratic character.
In Recoleta it is possible to visit several historical monuments, such as the Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar or the Recoleta Cemetery, in addition to its classic cultural spaces, among which are the Recoleta Cultural Center, the National Museum of Fine Arts and the National Library.
For almost two decades, the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is synonymous with youth, design and fun. This neighborhood is so large that it is even divided into sub areas, which has a name like Palermo Soho, Palermo Hollywood, Palermo Viejo, among others, and each one has a personality that separates it from the rest.
In addition, this is the greenest neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires, since there is the Zoo, the Botanical Garden and also the Tres de Febrero Park, a place that the Buenos Aires people call the Palermo Woods. Keep in mind that if you want to be well connected with other places in the city it is better to be close to Av. Santa Fe, since there is a greater connection with public transport.