Puente de la Mujer
Over 23,000 Argentine naval cadets and officers have trained aboard this 85m sailing vessel, which traveled around the world 37 times...
Towering above the Casa Rosada, just south of Parque Colón on Av Colón, is the army headquarters at the Edificio Libertador, the real...
On the eastern side of Plaza de Mayo stands the stately Casa Rosada. It’s from the balconies here that Eva Perón famously preached to...
No surprise – grilled meat is the specialty at this highly sophisticated parrilla. Go for the rack of lamb, sucking pig or Kobe beef,...
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Puente de la Mujer information
The striking Puente de la Mujer is Puerto Madero’s signature monument. Unveiled in 2001, this gleaming-white structure spans Dique 3 and resembles a sharp fishhook or even a harp – it’s supposed to represent a couple dancing the tango. Designed by acclaimed Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and mostly built in Spain, this 160m-long pedestrian bridge cost AR$6 million and rotates 90 degrees to allow water traffic to pass.