A great avenue to leisurely wander down and admire. Plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants and other places of interest. Quite busy with pedestrians. Great architecture in the buildings lining both sides of the avenue. BA is certainly a fantastic city to explore on foot.
Of course you will walk down this street- it is the happenin' place in BA! I was here for 4 days, and saw this street transform each day. One day there is a farmers market, another day a Brazilian festival. There was a major Zumba dance party, and people out partying all day and night long. Without the festivities, the... 更多
Walked down Avenida de Mayo on our way to Plaza de Mayo (well worth a visit). The street is a busy thoroughfare with shops and eateries and is a pleasant rather than spectacular walk.
This avenue leads to - La casa rosada at one end and Plaza congreso at the other end. There are lots of cafes and restaurants along avenida de Mayo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Occasionally you will see people voicing their opinion regarding the country's politics. Other times you will see multi-cultural festivals and street markets and there are some shops.
A stroll along the Avenida de Mayo is necessary. It is tree lined with lots of restaurants with outdoor seating. It crosses Avenida de Julio another big street. You get a very local feel of the city when you walk along this avenue.
Best place to get fairly priced dining, especially pizza. We saw police every few blocks and a good artery to other locales in the city.