The new statue of Lionel Messi, along the Paseo de la gloria (Glory Promenade) in the Costanera Sur. The larger-than-life bronze statue of the five time player of the year is by sculptor, Carlos Benavides. The erection of the statue came at a timely moment to demonstrate some Argentine affection for the star, who is […]
The far end of Buenos Aires’ Ecological Reserve in Puerto Madero is a popular lounging spot on warm days in the city. On clear days, the landing on the far side of the reserve, alongside the Rio de la Plata, or River Plate, offers views of Uruguay.
Puerto Madero is a nice neighborhood to lounge in one of many parks, ride a bike and perhaps dine on the waterfront, but it’s not distinguished for its abundance of touristic sights. There are a handful of attractions for sightseers, history buffs and art lovers in Puerto Madero though. On the east side of dock […]
Spanning the limit from La Boca on its south side to Retiro on the north, Puerto Madero is one of the few neighborhoods in Buenos Aires in which to enjoy a glistening waterfront, even if — truth be told — it’s really just a causeway filled with brackish water from the River Plate. The […]
Puerto Madero is Buenos Aires’ ritzy prototype of modernity in a city otherwise beloved for its history. The city’s newest district, with its sleek high-rises, perfect sidewalks and well-equipped parks is considered one of the most successful urban waterfront restoration projects in the world. The long, narrow dockside neighborhood adorned by young urban professionals […]