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Puerto Madero

Locals say

What it’s like:
Clean · Historic · Quiet
Known for:
Waterfront · Views · Art gallery
Nearby conveniences:
Restaurants

Tips from locals

Matias
Matias
October 01, 2019
This area was created towards the end of the 19th century in order to build a new port for the ships that connected Buenos Aires to Europe. A project designed by engineer Eduardo Madero was approved by the then president Roca and the British-style red brick dock buildings were constructed at the…
Magdalena
Magdalena
September 29, 2019
Located in the downtown area, Puerto Madero is a revamped dockside area where the old redbrick houses have been converted into upscale restaurants which are popular among tourists and business lunchers. It's enjoyable to visit on a sunny day and very especially, to bike ride around the area. The…
Natalia
Natalia
September 16, 2019
Situated riverside along the Río de la Plata in a former commercial docks, modern Puerto Madero is the city’s youngest neighbourhood and a major gastronomic and business hub. Along the canals, former industrial warehouses have been converted into elegant bars, eateries and offices in one of the most…
Colin
Colin
August 17, 2019
This is THE place for a delicious meal by the river. Relatively expensive by local standards. Sottovoce is my favourite. Alternatively, stroll along the river and just take in the views.
Juan
Juan
August 14, 2019
The most expensive and newest neighborhood of the city. Ful of skyscraper and 5 Stars hotels

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Location
Puerto Madero, CABA
Puerto Madero