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Lavalle Street, Buenos Aires

(1/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Take a walk down Lavalle Street, a popular thoroughfare lined with atmospheric shopping and entertainment options. Historically the city's theater hub, the street boasts a string of attractive buildings repurposed as boutiques selling trinkets, clothes, and souvenirs, from the handmade to the mass-produced. You'll find lots of cafes and restaurants offering al fresco dining along the main pedestrianized strip, which is also a favorite haunt of street performers. With our international travel planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Lavalle Street can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • It was Queen of the city in the evenings of weekends where its numerous cinemas crowded of people who then continued their gathering in one of the many restaurants or cafes themselves or nearby. None of that exists already for a long time. Cinemas became in bingo halls or rooms game and recently also have been closed, rest are few and not of quality and are forced to attend the public that its proximity to the city of Buenos Aires transits days given. At night you breathe wrong room. In short, a no good place since not take you there no outstanding experience.
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  • The atmosphere is awful, full of pungas, gangs of beggars and cartoneros, always dirty and garbage-scented, night is only for brave or suicidal
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  • Traditional pedestrian porteña ranging from Alem to Pellegrini. Has with multiple stores commercial general of level medium, restaurants and coffee shops. Several years ago it was characterized by its cinemas, now transformed into warehouses or religious centers. While it lacks the splendor that had in the past, I recommend take it at least quickly. At night tends to be insecure!
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