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Microcentro, Buenos Aires

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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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  • Sort of like walking in downtown New York City with suits everywhere scurrying around to and from work. But it also is site of some interesting museums, the Florida walking/shopping street, the Casa R...  more »
  • The Microcentro area has almost everything you'll need. From restaurants and coffee shops, to banks, money changers and travel agents. It also has some cool churches and other interesting pieces of ar...  more »
  • As a pretty frequent traveler to Buenos Aires, I was, for the first time ever, disappointed and actually felt sad. What is happening to this beautiful city? I stayed six days close to Microcentro and ...  more »