Up until the epic restoration in 1994, the brick docks lining the old port of Buenos Aires remained abandoned. The area now ... More
Up until the epic restoration in 1994, the brick docks lining the old port of Buenos Aires remained abandoned. The area now thrives with modern residential and business lofts and offices, bars, restaurants, an eight-theater cinema complex, and a university while retaining the original English redbrick facades. The 15-block area runs over two kilometers (one mile) along the river bank dotted with fine dining, such as the Parolaccia di Mare. Two historic ships from the Argentine Armada, the Corbeta Uruguay and the Fragata Sarmiento, are moored along the walkway as floating naval museums.
Recommended by a local while we were waiting for a bus from Hotel Cataratas into town. Located on Avenida Cordoba, Aqva Restaurant presents a phenomenal menu, commendable riendly service (Claudio), and a pleasant ambiance. Don't miss the mozzarella spinach chicken and any of the dishes involving the local fish surubi. Superb, no need to look elsewhere.
walking around, shopping and restaurants, clean and friendly. the time time to visit is during spring or autum when the temperature averages 75. Not too many speak english but they will help in any way they can. High class and the food is outstanding
It is absolutely amazing. Has many restaurants to choose from, my recommendation "Asia de Cuba". This restaurant specializes in international cuisine, it's also very trendy. There is a club inside so if you feel like dancing after a nice dinner you can do so. You can sit on the tables outside and enjoy the view of Puerto Madero's bridge designed by world famous spanish architect Mr. Calatrava. There are security guards all over the place and Puerto Madero is crowded almost every night of the week.
Buenos Aires has so much to offer a traveler, from the Teatro and downtown to San Telmo and La Boca.
Dining in Puerto Madero was lovely and delicious--that steak is unbeatable--but only one of many things you should have on your to-do list.
If you're from a big city (like me) and used to nice eateries, Puerto Madero will seem like a familiar place you've been before.
I guess it depends on what you're looking for. My favorite place in BsAs was Palermo Viejo where we found great shopping and a super-cool, unique gallery-restaurant, Cipriana (found at 4780 Honduras).
Enjoy this beautiful city!
You can walk near to Puerto Madero a classical place at Buenos Aires and have dinner at many restaurants located near the river.
Of course you must ask for a classical Argentine Beef, it is more than a normal piece but you will enyoy the meat.
If you go To Argentine you have to eat a piece of Argentine meat (It is the tipycal national food)
The name Argentine cames from Argentum what means "Silver" (Ag).
So you cant leave Argentine if you don´t know "Rio de la Plata" (Siver´s River). This is because the colour it takes during the days , specially in those days when there´s no wind
Puerto Madero is prety much for tourist. That doesn't mean it doesn't have some great places to eat. The one that I found to be out standing was CHILLA at Av. Alicia Moreau De Justo 1160. The Chef is formlly trained in France and Spain but is from Ar. The food was out of this world, so good I went back two nights in a row. If you like fine food you can't miss this place.
We were newly found lovers, having discovered each other in a hotel bar (we are both from the States)..and we wandered here at night, on the water, amonst other strollers. All the restauranrts front this little promenade and it is lovely to walk and look at the restaurants and menus, then go in and enjoy a water-veiw seat as you dine on Malbak wine of Argentina and $7 filet mignon. It was magical...but then again so was my companion. SIGH
This old town hall contains old maps that date from 1709 and 1713 when the city had only 500 acres
(today there are more than 40,000). A work of the French painter Leonie Mathis depicts the Revolution of May ...
Built in 1716 as a Franciscan cloister, this complex served as a hospital during the English invasions, and was later
converted into a school. In 1928, the building was partially destroyed to make way for the expansion of the ...
This was the first ship designed for training purposes. It was built in an English shipyard by request of the
Argentinean Navy. It measures 85 meters (230 feet) long and 13.5 meters (44 feet) wide with three masts, thirty ...