La Recoleta is one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, filled with coffee shops and expensive clothing boutiques. The famous Recoleta Cemetery is located in this neighborhood (see below).
La Recoleta Cemetery
La Recoleta Cemetery is where many of the wealthy Argentine family plots are located. Eva Peron's mausoleum is there, to the dismay of some of the wealthy elite who did not feel her place in life or in death was deserved.
La Boca ("The Mouth") is a colorful artists' community in Buenos Aires. It may be overrun with tourists, but it is still interesting and historic.
This neighborhood — the oldest in Buenos Aires — is known for antique shops, cobblestone streets, and tango. It has an excellent Sunday market along la Calle Defensa.
Centro District (downtown)
La Casa Rosada (the "Pink House") is the equivalent of Washington's White House.
This neighborhood is quite large; it can't easily be summed up in a sentence. Two parts of Palermo — Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood — are very fun, bohemian areas with clothing and home design shops, bars, restaurants, and lots of nightlife. Other parts are more sedate but still nice to walk around. Multiple lakes, a zoo, a Japanese Garden, and a Botanical Garden can all be found within Palermo.
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