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Avenida 9 De Julio, Buenos Aires
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Touted as the widest street in the world, Avenida 9 De Julio cuts through the heart of the city and offers access to some of its major landmarks. The street's name commemorates Argentina's Independence Day, July 9, 1816. Modeled after Champs Elysees, the urban highway boasts seven lanes of traffic in each direction and measures 140 m (459 ft) across. Enjoy a stroll down the avenue, or test your nerves by trying to cross the monster street in Buenos Aires' typically hectic traffic. The area is worth visiting during both daytime and evening hours, but be aware of pickpockets after dark. Make Avenida 9 De Julio part of your personalized Buenos Aires itinerary using our Buenos Aires family vacation planner.
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A avenida 9 de julio é um dos principais locais em buenos aires, por lá podemos ter longas caminhadas, a avenida é larga para os dois lados, por lá passa o transporte publico BRT e temos também o obel... read more »9 de julio Avenue is one of the main venues in buenos aires, there we can have long walks, the Avenue is wide for both sides, there goes the BRT public transport and we also have the obelisk, as everywhere in argentina we observed a traffic chaos, but it's a good place to visit.show original
La avenida mas importante de Buenos Aires. Hermosa para recorrerla un dia soleado y ver el Obelisco de la ciudad en el cruce con la Avenida Corrientes.The Avenue most important Buenos Aires. Beautiful cross it a sunny day to see the obelisk in the city at the intersection with Corrientes Avenue.show original
Grande avenida no centro de Buenos Aires, se não me engano uma das maiores do mundo em quantidade de pistas. Pra atravessa-la tem que correr, senão os motoristas hermanos passam por cima.Grand Boulevard in downtown Buenos Aires, if I'm not mistaken one of the largest in the world in number of tracks. To cross you have to run, otherwise the drivers hermanos trample on.show original
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