Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso
Museo Histórico Nacional
Located in Parque Lezama is the city’s national historical museum. It’s dedicated to exhibiting items related to Argentina’s revolution...
Scruffy Parque Lezama was once thought to be the site of Buenos Aires’ founding in 1536, but archeological teams have refuted the...
A classic corner cafe on the edge of Parque Lezama, Bar Británico has an evocative old wooden interior and big glass windows that open...
Defensa al Sur
Romantic couples take note – this small, upscale bistro is attractively lit and has a peaceful, fancy atmosphere especially good for...
Lonely Planet review
Hanging out by a picture window at this classic old bar, watching San Telmo street life go by against the backdrop of Plaza Lezama – not much could be more indulgent on a lazy afternoon. It’s the atmosphere that makes the difference; wine bottles in glass cabinets and antique wall signs both add to the charm, and while the basic Argentine fare isn’t inspirational the eclectic crowd here is fun to watch.