In downtown Buenos Aires buses have been diverted to the exclusive lanes on the main boulevard 9 de Julio. And the city has turned about 100 blocks of those once noisy and polluted roads into either fully pedestrianized streets or pedestrian-priority zones.

How Buenos Aires Unclogged Its Most Iconic Street

In downtown Buenos Aires, buses have been diverted to exclusive lanes on the main boulevard 9 de Julio. About 100 blocks of once noisy and polluted roads are now fully pedestrianized streets or pedestrian-priority zones.

Restaurante Möoi Palermo, CABA, Buenos Aires Más

Buenos Aires is a beautiful Cosmopolitan City.

Shopping downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina  Galerías Pacífico ...too much fun!  Love the store Baby Cotton!!!!

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Cúpulas de Buenos Aires

Domes in Buenos Aires - amazing picture!

Buenos Aires, Argentina - The world's widest avenue | #MostBeautifulPages

9 de Julio Avenue, located in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is the widest avenue in the world.

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Scariest taxi ride ever happened on that traffic circle on Avenida 9 de Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Old Buenos Aires

alvear palace hotel - bs. as.

alvear palace hotel - bs. as.

Calle Arroyo. Retiro, Buenos Aires.

Calle Arroyo. Retiro, Buenos Aires.

Retiro | CABA | Argentina Wally Gobetz

Retiro | CABA | Argentina Wally Gobetz

El Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes _ El Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes known today as the Aguas Argentinas building, built between 1887 and 1894, is to my knowledge and opinion one of the finest examples of European architecture in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was built to house the current water tanks and supply the city and solve the growing problems of health which was mainly associated with the exponential growth that the city lived to late nineteenth century.

El Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes _ El Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes known today as the Aguas Argentinas building, built between 1887 and 1894, is to my knowledge and opinion one of the finest examples of European architecture in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was built to house the current water tanks and supply the city and solve the growing problems of health which was mainly associated with the exponential growth that the city lived to late nineteenth century.

Café Rivas | A café to make you go back in time in San Telmo | Buenos Aires Guide | Frankie e Marília

Café Rivas | A café to make you go back in time in San Telmo | Buenos Aires Guide | Frankie e Marília

Las Violetas by katiemetz, via Flickr

Food and Friends in Buenos Aires

New7Wonders Iguazu monument enriches Buenos Aires - just 100 meters away from the El Obelisco. The monument is located on the corner of Avda. 9 de Julio and Avda. de Mayo, at the Plaza Provincia de Misiones, and is in the form of a circular curtain of water that will provide a natural haven in the middle of the city for many “porteños,“ as the inhabitants of Buenos Aires are called.

Iguazu monument in the city of Buenos Aires. Monumento a la Cataratas del Iguazu, Buenos Aires.

Go and see a polo match in the neighbourhood of Palermo (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Buenos Aires polo at Palermo Soho. Go and see a polo match in the neighbourhood of Palermo (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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