I took the Thursday tour with Susan. This woman knows so many things, and she knows how to communicate her passion! I didnt expect it to be, but this tour will remain one of my favorite experience in the city. She made want to read and learn so much more. I took hundreds of tours in my life, but this... 更多
You'll either love it or hate it, but you definitely can't miss it! This brutalist architectural style certainly stands out set amid Recoleta's late 19th/early 20th century European buildings. There are free tours most days. On the grounds of the library there are some pleasant places to sit in garden-like settings.
Visiting this beautiful brutalist concrete castle of books was one of the highlights of my trip to Buenos Aires. It makes a great day out excursion to if you combine the National Library of Argentina with a wander round nearby Cemetaria de Recoletas. The library is breathtaking. All those endless shelves of booked stacked in this wonderful building. Experience the... 更多
An example of the Brutalist architectural style (inspired by the ideas and designs of the French architect Le Corbusier) the National Library can be explored either very quickly (if one has little time, one could explore for an hour or less for instance) or in further depth (over the course of a 4 hour tour, which is conducted by the... 更多
You cannot miss this building when strolling by. The building embodies the brutalist movement in a most overwhelming way. The grounds immediately around the library were some of the least well kept I noticed in BA and the library did not appear to be in good repair.
I saw this building and wondered why it was built, because it's simply repulsive. I feel that it should be torn down since it's a waste of very valuable land.
Guess what, you can't take pictures inside the building... It's a library??? Front kiosk dude was rude, spanish only and... 更多