One can see around part of the city, palm trees, a cute little fountain and the casa Rossada at the edge of the plaza.
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This is one BA attraction that I think is deserving of its Certificate of Excellence and believe that it should be rated higher. It's not a big plaza but it's bordered by the Pink House and the cathedral where Pope Francis was assigned prior to...More
The plaza is quite small, with the imposing Casa Rosada on one end and the Cathedral Metropolitan towards the other end. Make sure you do some research ahead of time to learn about the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. There is a small monument...More
An historic square that continues to be important political/financial hub. The Pink House with Eva Perone's famous balcony is at one end, the Tetro Colon on the other. Cathedral where Pope Francis led mass across the street with small gift store. Take time to read...More
See the Casa Rosada, where Eva made her stand. See the cathedral where Pope Francis led the parish and the poor before going to Rome. See the Teatro Colon. See the political posts spread about the park. This is a vibrant place. Well worth getting...More
The Plaza de Mayo Subte stop is adjacento to the Pink House Museo(s), Pink House, Plaza de Mayo itself with Tango Dancers and the Catheral (Starting Place of current El Pappa and Ending Place of the great El Capitan General San Martin. Hint: The beginning...More
This plaza plays an important part in the history of Buenos Aires. The buildings around the plaza include the cathedral where Pope Francis was before he became the pope. The building that is the national bank is the old Teatro Colon. The pink building is...More