1) Plaza de Mayo
2) Casa de Gobierno o Casa Rosada
3) Catedral Metropolitana
5) Monumento Julio Argentino Roca
6) Manzana de las Lucez – Iglesia San Ignacio – Colegio Nacional Buenos Aires
7) Librería de Ávila
8) Casa de María Josefa Ezcurra
9) Café La Puerto Rico
10) Altos de Elorriaga
11) Museo de la Ciudad – Farmacia La Estrella
12) Iglesia y Convento San Francisco – Capilla San Roque
13) Plazoleta San Francisco
14) Bar El Colonial
15) Museo Etnográfico Juan E. Ambrosetti
16) Casa de Rivadavia
17) Casa de la Defensa – Museo Nacional del Grabado
18) Basílica Nuestra Sra. del Rosario – Convento Santo Domingo
19) Solar Manuel Belgrano – Edificio Camer
20) Casa de Liniers
21) Ex Casa de la Moneda
22) Casa de José Hernández
23) Ex Biblioteca Nacional
The area where the first settlements were produced and their evolution over the time had successive transformations. Very little of the past city is still preserved, but what continue standing, is in this small piece of land where the highest concentration level of equity assets is observed either by their architectural characteristics or historic value .
The Old Town is the oldest part of Buenos Aires. Here the first Spanish settlers settled in 1580, for this reason, it contains the oldest buildings in the city, besides other important heritage value of later times. The cobblestone streets, streetlights, balconies and patios with wells, churches, museums, fairs, notable cafes and tango heard in every corner, made of this area an extraordinary witness of time and one of the leaders fundamental of the porteña’s identity.
It is emplaced headquarters of the National Administration and the Government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, and other emblematic buildings, testimony to the history of the city and the country. In this sector the administrative, commercial and complementary activities predominate, own of centrality. It is also characterized by the location of hotels and tipical restaurants.
The Plaza de Mayo, located in this neighborhood, was the first of the city and witnessed significant events in Argentina’s history as the May Revolution of 1810, or the marches of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo during the military dictatorship that began in 1976 .