Museo Histórico Sarmiento
Opposite Plaza Belgrano, this museum contains memorabilia of Domingo F Sarmiento, one of Argentina's most famous presidents, diplomats...
Museo de Arte Español Enrique Larreta
Hispanophile novelist Enrique Larreta (1875-1961) resided in this elegant colonial-style house across from Plaza Belgrano, which now...
Museo Casa de Yrurtia
Reclusive Rogelio Yrurtia (1879-1950), best known for his sculpture Canto al Trabajo on Plazoleta Olazábal in San Telmo, designed this...
Perfect for a midday break, this classic café offers suited waiters, an older crowd, professional service and sidewalk tables that...
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Fundación Silataj information
The hand-woven woolen mittens go for 30 pesos, but the fair-trade opportunity, as they say, is priceless. Fundación Silataj supports the indigenous artisans of northern Argentina. Go on a responsible shopping spree and pick up some gorgeous wooden serving dishes.