This is one of the most well-preserved areas of Buenos Aires, founded in 1874. At present the owners are Mexican and ... More
This is one of the most well-preserved areas of Buenos Aires, founded in 1874. At present the owners are Mexican and Argentine businessmen, who protect the conservation and the development of species that run a danger of extinction. In this place 2,500 animals belonging to 350 different species can be appreciated, from doves to white tigers. It has an open precinct for bears and a cage for condors. But do check out the living quarters of the elephant, similar to the sanctuary of Shiva. In 1988 an aquarium and an air-conditioned penguin colony were inaugurated here.
The Galería Alvear is located on one of the most select avenues of the city. Attached to the Alvear Palace
Hotel, the gallery caters to a very distinguished clientele. You will find exclusive jewelry, arts and antiques stores, boutiques ...