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- 98%Green Travelers
- 98%Family Travelers
- 89%Local Culture
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- Avenida CorrientesOct 20, 2013
Known as The Street that Never Sleeps, Avenida Corrientes is one of the major avenues in Buenos Aires. It is the home to the base of the Obelisk of Buenos Aires, and boasts some of the city's most well known hot spots.Recommended for:Local Culture
- Avenida Corrientes
- Avenida CorrientesMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Jul 05, 2012
The Good: Tons of bookshops open well past midnight, plenty of coffee shops and pizzerias and great theatre venues to enjoy a good play (by the way, Buenos Aires is becoming quite a spot for musical lovers).
The Bad: It can become quite dangerous at night, with pickpockets, some random drunks and homeless wandering around. However, it goes to show a real side of Buenos Aires.
- Avenida CorrientesFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
You can find some very old and traditional cafes and pizzerias here, highly recommended if you want to experience a bit of the typical "porteño" life.
To eat pizza: Las cuartetas, Güerrin, Los inmortales, Banchero. (Don't expect them to be fancy)
To have some coffee: from Callao avenue to San Martin avenue, you'll find a lot of cafes, each of them with a long history. Visit this website for more information about traditional cafes in Buenos Aires:
The other highlight of this avenue are its theatres. You'll find the best theatres and the best plays of the city here, from big productions to small "underground" plays.
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