Museo Nacional de San Carlos
Monumento a la Revolución Observation Deck
The star attraction of the monument is the 65m-high observation deck, accessed by a glass elevator. The vertigo-inducing lift opens to a...
Monumento a la Revolución
Originally meant to be a legislative chamber, construction of the Monumento a la Revolución was interrupted by the Revolution, and there...
A couple of blocks west of the Alameda Central is El Caballito, a bright-yellow representation of a horse's head by the sculptor...
A welcome sight in a nation where two breweries control about 98% of the market, Crisanta makes its own porter and sells Mexican and...
One of the best and most authentic Argentine restaurants in town, owned by a kind Buenos Aires native and her Mexican husband. It's all...
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Museo Nacional de San Carlos information
Exhibits a formidable collection of European art from the 14th century to early 20th century, including works by Rubens and Goya. The unusual rotunda structure was designed by Manuel Tolsá in the late 18th century.