Facultad de Ingenieria
One block southwest of the seriously ugly Facultad de Ingeniería of the Universidad de Buenos Aires is a different sort of architectural...
La Bicicleta Naranja
Bike rentals and a good range of organized bike tours.
El Viejo Almacén
One of Buenos Aires’ longest-running shows (since 1969), this venue is a charming old building from the 1800s. A good dinner is served...
Siga la Vaca
Only the truly hungry should set foot in this excellent tenedor libre (all-you-can-eat) steakhouse, where mountains of food are...
Lonely Planet review
This neoclassical and monstrous building is the engineering school for the Universidad de Buenos Aires. It was originally built for the Fundación Eva Perón and is an oddball landmark once described by Gerald Durrell as ‘a cross between the Parthenon and the Reichstag.’
In front of the building and in the middle of Av Paseo Colón is Plazoleta Olazábal , a tiny park which features Rogelio Yrurtia’s masterful sculpture Canto al Trabajo . It was moved here from its original site on Plaza Dorrego.