|Barrancas de Belgrano|
Aside from its lovely banks, Belgrano stands out for its wide commercial offer, gathered mainly along extensive "Cabildo" Avenue and the "La Imprenta" district, just off "Luis María Campos" Avenue.
The neighbourhood´s landscape is rounded off by the "Inmaculada Concepción" Church (Vuelta de Obligado 2042) and the "Plaza General Manuel Belgrano" (Cuba st. and Juramento Ave.), where handcrafts fair is set up every weekend.
Must-sees at Belgrano:
|Chinatown in Buenos Aires|
- "Barrio Chino": Tea houses, restaurants, clothing and decoration shops and supermarkets belonging to the Oriental community.
- "La Imprenta" district: Added to the small "La Imprenta" commercial district stands the "Solar de la Abadía" shopping mall.
- "Museo E. Larreta": At this typical Colonial mansion, Spanish art objects are displayed. (2291 Juramento Ave.)
- Cabildo Ave.: Stores stand one next to the other. Clothing shops, book and record stores.
Lodging in Belgrano: alquileres temporarios , Hostels Buenos Aires , Residencias Universitarias