9 Sights & Landmarks in Chacarrita That You Shouldn't Miss

May 22, 2022 Leonarda Pillsbury

The birthplace of the tango is, like the dance itself, captivating, seductive and bustling with excited energy. Atmospheric old neighborhoods are rife with romantic restaurants and thumping nightlife, and Buenos Aires' European heritage is evident in its architecture, boulevards and parks. Cafe Tortoni, the city's oldest bar, will transport you back to 1858, and the spectacular Teatro Colon impresses just as it did in 1908. Latin America's shopping capital offers the promise of premium retail therapy along its grand, wide boulevards.
Restaurants in Buenos Aires

1. C Complejo Art Media

Avenida Corrientes 6271, Buenos Aires C1427BPA Argentina +(54)52633350 [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/ccomplejoartmedia/
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5.0 based on 2 reviews

C Complejo Art Media

C is a new artistic-cultural complex that is located in the heart of the neighborhood of Chacarita, City of Buenos Aires. A space that mixes art, music, audiovisual, theatrical, multimedia proposals, with a great gastronomic offer. A place located on an old metallurgical, now has more than 6000m2 to house different proposals of the culture of our city and country.

2. Espacio Azai

Calle Virrey Loreto 3795, Buenos Aires C1427DXC Argentina +54 11 4554-9378 [email protected] http://www.espacioazai.com.ar
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Espacio Azai

Argentine Cooking Classes for Tourists In the neighborhood of Chacarita, Buenos Aires, Azaí is a loft-type space especially designed for cooking and having a good time. We have a professional, state of the art kitchen in which twelve people can comfortably cook simultaneously. You only need to bring a willingness to learn and have fun, we will provide all the rest, from cookware to aprons. At the end of each class we share the table to have a degustation of the dishes previously cooked accompanied by a glass of Argentine wine.

3. Santos 4040

Santos Dumont 4040 between Av. Corrientes and Lemos, Buenos Aires Argentina [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/santos4040/
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Santos 4040

4. Espacio Cultural Carlos Gardel

Calle Olleros 3640 Chacarita, Buenos Aires C1427EED Argentina 4552-4229 [email protected] http://www.buenosaires.gob.ar/cultura/promocion/espaciosculturales/gardel
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Espacio Cultural Carlos Gardel

5. Parque Los Andes

Leiva 4209 Barrio Chacarita, Buenos Aires 1427 Argentina
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4.0 based on 18 reviews

Parque Los Andes

6. Casa Amarilla

Calle Olleros 3951 Barrio Chacarita, Buenos Aires C1427EEI Argentina
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Casa Amarilla

7. Parroquia Resurreccion del Senor

Av. Dorrego 892- interseccion Av. Corrientes- Barrio Chacarita, Buenos Aires C1414CKQ Argentina +54 11 4854-7515 http://baparroquias.wordpress.com/2016/12/26/parroquia-resurreccion-del-senor/
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Parroquia Resurreccion del Senor

8. Mirador Comastri

Bonpland 1001-1099 Entre Loyola Y Aguirre- Barrio Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires 1651 Argentina +54 11 4855-8410 http://www.arcondebuenosaires.com.ar/mirador_comastri.htm
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Mirador Comastri

9. Cementerio de la Chacarita

Avenida Guzman 680, Buenos Aires C1427BOT Argentina +54 800-444-2363 https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/es/atractivo/cementerio-de-la-chacarita
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Cementerio de la Chacarita

Buenos Aires cemetery where Carlos Gardel and Juan Péron rest.

Reviewed By 392francisb - Racine, United States

At this 200+ acre cemetery, families are buried in lovely stone "houses" along narrow, tree-lined streets. We enjoyed La Chacarita much more than Recoleta Cemetery. even though we were there on a weekend, there were very few visitors and we were able to stroll around without the frantic crowds and tour groups at Recoleta. The "tomb" of Carlos Gardel is a must see. Several bathroom facilities scattered throughout the cemetery.

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