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Filmmaker

Ginger Gentile


Host

Gigi Sehr


 

3 User Insights

Jeremy - November 24, 2007
Nice video! One of my favorite things about this area... in the park there is a massive Gomero tree, with branches that are so large they need to be supported by wooden beams. Besides being a unique site, it's a nice shady spot to kick back with a soda.
Grace from California, USA - January 09, 2009
This is indeed a beautiful neighborhood of Buenos Aires. And, yes, the cemetery is a must for all who visit. I am so intrigued by the different buildings that are of the very many famous historical figures of government, including, Evita. The whole area around it is just beautiful...and some of the most expensive and beautiful hotels are in the area...a must see.
Tio Juan - June 27, 2010
Above all, its just a great neighborhood. Neighborhood restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops, flower shops, its definitely not just another over-touristed destination. Plus it easy to go from Recoleta to anywhere in Bs As and reasonably safe.

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Recoleta
Buenos Aires

Neighborhood for upscale dining and shopping. Also has a world famous cemetery.

Website
www.info-recoleta.com

Getting There/Directions
Bus - Number 5, 10, 17, 37, 38, 39, 41, 59, 60, 61, 62, 67, 75, 92, 93, 95, 101, 102, 106, 108, 110, 124, 130, or 152.

Other Information
Major attractions at Recoleta: Cemetery and restaurants

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