Lively crafts market on Thursday in the patio. Parts of original colonnade that used to span the plaza still exists. Not much in the way of exhibits. The cafe is a great place to relax. Parts are free but then again no one asked for a ticket
The site of the first mayor's office in the city, the Cabildo has overcome all kind of events (revolutions, fires, city enlargements surrounding the building) and it proudly shows today the great feats that took place here. Guided tours are highly advisable, and you should spend a few minutes enjoying the views of Plaza de Mayo from the terrace and... 更多
In the immediate area of many other important buildings is this one. Free admission and they have cards in English that give the translation of all the signs and information. Relics of early colonial days when it served as a government building and prison. If you walk upstairs you get an overview of the area in front of the red... 更多
If you go and see this place just check with the opening times. The place is just amazing and you can read all about the various exhibits with english cards for each of the rooms that you visit. Don't forget to go up stairs as you get good views of Plaza de Mayo and all the surrounding buildings. A good... 更多
the Cabildo of Buenos Aires is very nice, from the 19th Century with lots ot history to read , I love what I saw, much better than plaza de mayo with protesters
A good little museum that will teach you about the origins of modern Argentina and is located on the same square as Casa Rosada and not far from Café Tortoni.
Standing on the central and most important Plaza de Mayo this former town hall is nowadays a small museum on Argentina and BA history. Small fee to enter, little explanation in English but good views from the balcony over the square and Casa Rosada.