Barrios of Buenos Aires

Buy Recoleta Cemetery Tickets

If you are a foreigner and want to enter Recoleta Cemetery, you will need to buy your ticket according to the government’s regulations of the City of Buenos Aires.

Buying Tickets

Tickets can be purchased at the entrance only with credit or debit cards. The price varies according to the high inflation we are experiencing, but it usually ranges around 5 dollars. You can also buy them by visiting this link. Argentinian residents can present their ID and enter for free.

Guided Tours

We offer guided tours within the cemetery, where we delve into all the most chilling mysteries of the place, including the history of Evita Perón’s body. The tour has a fixed cost, around 10 dollars, and is available from Monday to Saturday at 3:30 pm in English, even when it rains. Reserve for free by clicking here!

Opening Hours

Recoleta Cemetery is open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.

Mysteries of the Recoleta Cemetery

Mysteries of the Recoleta Cemetery, a compilation of the most horrifying legends and stories of this famous Buenos Aires cemetery.

Unlike other establishments of this nature, the Recoleta Cemetery is not dark or hostile as you might imagine. On the contrary, you are going to find yourself on a pleasant, curious and even interesting tour, as if you were visiting an open-air art museum.

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Dorrego Square San Telmo

Dorrego Square San Telmo, the details of one of the most touristic attractions of Buenos Aires.

In the heart of the San Telmo neighborhood, it is surrounded by huge houses from the 19th century, which were restored, recycled and transformed into antique shops, cafes or restaurants.

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Mercat of Villa Crespo

Mercat of Villa Crespo, a different experience in the best style of European markets, in the neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Based on the Boquería in Barcelona, ​​under the idea of ​​“More Market, Less Super”, the new largest gastronomic, creative and innovative pole in Argentina was inaugurated in Villa Crespo.

Here, you will find a space for enjoyment and meeting to discover new products and food at very affordable prices.

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What to do in Boedo

What to do in Boedo, a guide for you to get to know a new neighborhood, not very touristy, but with a lot of history to tell.

Although it is a neighborhood that does not appear in a traditional tour of Buenos Aires, it is an area that is well known in literature, in tangos and even in the history books of our country.

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What to do in Colegiales

What to do in Colegiales, all the necessary information to discover this untouristy neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

With many different activities to offer, it is not as well known for tourism, but it will amaze you as much as Palermo or Belgrano, without hesitation.

It is called “Colegiales”, because this was where the students of the schools enjoyed their vacations.

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What to do in Villa Crespo

What to do in Villa Crespo, all the information for you to enjoy a whole day in one of the neighborhoods less crowded by tourists.

With streets of low houses and full of trees, it maintains its identity as a quiet neighborhood intact. Cradle of the Atlanta Club, you will see many of its streets in the colors blue and yellow, as well as being the base for social gatherings for friends and families from the neighborhood.

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Micaela Bastidas Park

Micaela Bastidas Park, a green space in the heart of the Puerto Madero neighborhood with a quite particular design.

It is a public space, with free entry in one of the most touristic neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. Puerto Madero is one of the most modern neighborhoods in the city, and this park maintains the style of architecture that predominates in this area.

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