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Microcentro, Buenos Aires

(2.2/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Spend your day walking through and exploring the financial, corporate, and cultural hub of the capital city at Microcentro. The district houses a large number of attractions within it, all within walking distance. Head to this site during the day to see such attractions as the President’s house and cathedral before exploring the many shopping and dining venues in the area. You'll want to wrap up your sightseeing before dark; steer clear of the area at night for security reasons. To visit Microcentro on your trip to Buenos Aires, use our Buenos Aires trip generator.
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  • The downtown area of the city of Buenos Aires is where the administrative zone. The vast majority of the streets are narrow and during weekdays are crowded of people. There are pedestrian streets (Lavalle, Florida) and some semi-pedestrian; In addition there are many notable building worthy to be visited. On weekends, most of the streets remain almost empty, being traversed by tourists. In general, the streets are quite dirty, being not advisable to visit them in the evening, given that it is not safe to do so.
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  • The interesting thing about this neighborhood is seeing it a day of week during working hours, you can see the operation of the Capital of the Republic. On weekends is dull and dark.
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  • is the heart financial Buenos Aires, where is full of offices and companies. they can tour day qu eesta full of people already that night streets are empty and destitute people and can suffer theft. to navigate, calle florida and lavalle. full of galleries and shops.
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